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Music Interview: Justin Gage + L.A.

PostcardLA

  For those whom have never been to L.A., imaginations often conjure scenes of red carpets, Hollywood premieres and shopping on Rodeo Drive a la Pretty Woman (or Entourage, depending on your age). But for those outside “the business” who call L.A. home, it is a very different city; a city with an active music scene and growing art world. ... Read More »

Spotlight On…Amoeba Music, Berkeley CA

Amoeba Music, Berkeley California

  Amoeba Music boasts the title of “largest independent record shop in the world” and it’s not hard to believe when you gaze out across their crammed racks of cds and vinyl.   Started in 1990 in Berkeley, California by former employees of Rasputin Records, the passion the owners and their staff have for music at Amoeba is evident in ... Read More »

The Scene In Six Sounds: Ones To Watch

The Freelance Whales

So you truly love music? If you’re like our own James Hendicott, you’ll want to be their first, experiencing that truly special performance in a venue so intimate you can have a pint at the bar and still spot the graffiti on the lead singer’s guitar. Discovering that true gem and then watching them rise through the ranks is a ... Read More »

Punk Rock’s Desert Digs

RosaMuerta

Looking for a rock ‘n’ roll twist on a rustic vacation? Then head to the Rosa Muerta, the desert hideaway designed and built by LA punk rocker-turned-architect Robert Stone. Exposed to the elements, the 1,300-square-foot all-black bungalow is a “glamping” site — that’s glamourous camping — and for $220 a night you get a shower, spa, kitchen, and all the ... Read More »

Cali Culture

Eureka! West Coast Left Coast

The Los Angeles Philharmonic is celebrating Cali culture with ‘West Coast, Left Coast’ a California-centric festival. The festival kicks off with Eureka! a concert that mashes up a diverse slate of four artists from the Golden State–San Francisco’s Kronos Quartet, minimalist musician Terry Riley, electronic-experimental artists Matmos and avant rocker (and guitarist of the band Incubus) Mike Einziger. They’ll share ... Read More »

Build Your Own Collection: Cumbia Edition

Amoeba Music, San Francisco

In Music+Travel Worldwide, Eve Hyman introduces you to some of the hottest new cumbia artists coming out of Buenos Aires. But what can you do if you can’t make it to the record stores in BA’s cumbia hotspots — the stalls of the Constitucion train station or at Miles Discos (Honduras 4912, Buenos Aires; +51 11 4832-0466) and Zivals (Serrano ... Read More »

OUT NOW! Music + Travel Worldwide: 12 Cities / 12 Scenes

Music+Travel Worldwide

In Music+Travel Worldwide our expert guides take a musical tour around the globe. Check out our sound sampler before you buy the book…   Jazz Land: Chicago by Peter Margasak Jazz Hometown Hero: Ken Vandermark and the Ken Vandermark 5     Click to hear 11 more… Read More »

Navigating Calicountry

Pappy & Harriet's Pioneertown Palace, Pioneertown, California

In Music+Travel Worldwide, Jessica Hundley is your guide to all things Calicountry. It’s the sound of the American West, of adventure and cowboys and the wide open spaces, a sound filled with the heartache of the great wide open. California’s brand of country music got its start with Roy Rogers, and by the 1960s L.A. acts like Gram Parsons had ... Read More »

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