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Lyynks Pick: The Rollicking Jazz Rock of Magnolia Memoir

Magnolia Memoir frontwoman Mela Lee’s voice may be familiar to anime fans from her work on the “Vampire Knight” and “Fate/stay night” series, and on “Odds & Ends” she shows formidable range across a vintage, but forward thinking style that mixes elements of rock, jazz and art pop. 

By |August 29th, 2014|0 Comments|

Labor Day Weekend Playlist: Songs You May Have Missed This Summer

Summer’s pretty much over, but at least we have the long weekend to look forward to. Rather than mourning the passing of the season, let’s reminisce and honor it. How? Revisit the more recent summer jams that may have fallen out of notice because they surfaced during the later weeks. It’s okay, we all have a lot going […]

By |August 29th, 2014|0 Comments|

Innovations: Pay to Play the Super Bowl Halftime Show: Why Stop There?

Roger Goodell, commissioner of the National Football League, plans to increase the annual revenue for the league from $10 billion to $25 billion by 2027. One of the steps in the plan is turning the Super Bowl halftime show into a paid advertisement. According to The Wall Street Journal, the NFL approached Coldplay, Rihanna and […]

By |August 28th, 2014|0 Comments|

Throwback Thursday: The Beatles Made History 50 Years Ago

We all love our #TBTs, so Throwback Thursday is a new series where we revisit a photo from music history, talk about where it came from and its significance and power today. Already an unprecedented craze in their native England, Beatlemania was beginning to sweep the United States by early 1964. Over 73 million fans and curious onlookers tuned in […]

By |August 28th, 2014|0 Comments|

Photos: Mean Dream Launch Debut EP at The Satellite

Last night at The Satellite, Los Angeles quartet Mean Dream celebrated the launch of their self-titled EP cassette with support from Prettiest Eyes, a captivating, hard-hitting punk/noise rock trio fronted by a singing drummer and a special intro from The Gothic Apostle of Rainbows that concluded with chants of “eat the f—ing rabbits.” Onstage, Mean Dream took the tried […]

By |August 27th, 2014|1 Comment|

Lyynks Pick: The Energetic Rock Blast of Boxhoused

Historically, a box house was a combination of a brothel and a lower tier performance theater. Los Angeles quartet Boxhoused exude a similarly raucous, good time vibe with a sound of blistering guitar rock with soaring, anthemic choruses.

By |August 26th, 2014|0 Comments|