When it comes to the local music scene in Los Angeles, music photographer Harold Sherrick is the linchpin that weaves a decade's long career that has him crossing paths with every well-known act on the music scene and is perhaps the best example of the six degrees of separation theory.
Yes! This is the word we screamed when we first came across Iri and her song “Rhythm” from her debut album “Groove It.”
For a variety of reasons, I usually do not procure my own tickets to local concert events. And after a recent journey into the world of ticket procurement, I now know why I never do. I decided a few months ago to try buying tickets on my own and see what it involved.
We’re listening to all of Elli Ingram’s music but, since we must choose one song to highlight, we’re listening to her “Rocket” track from her “Love You Really” LP.
We’re listening to Marian Mereba’s “Kotton House, Vol. 1 EP” and her track “Living on a Dream” featuring Doug E. Fresh. …ooh ladi dadi (sorry, we had to.)
We’re listening to all of Jorja Smith’s music but here are two we were forced to choose: “On My Mind” and “Beautiful Little Fools”
January was a month full of news and adventures and it was really hard to keep them limited to just a few highlights of the month.
We’re listening to Levante’s “Pezzo di me,” featuring Max Gazzè, from her third and latest album, “Nel caos di stanze stupefacenti.”
Every once in awhile this L. A. woman needs to get out of “Dodge" and get a new perspective other than the view that Los Angeles offers up on a daily basis.
We’re listening to J-Ax & Fedez “Pieno di stronzi” from the album, “Comunisti col Rolex.” Ciao, 2017. You’ve been a year of such divisiveness and indecency, and just an unprecedented deplorable year.