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I'll Be Your Chromeo

photography by Misha Vladimirskiy

Electro-funk duo Chromeo made the rambunctious crowd go wild at their packed Mezzanine show on Thursday, July 23. DJ duo Flosstradamus opened the show.


California Dreaming

Foreign Born
On the Wing Now
Dim Mak Records
(album out August 21)

Get Down with These Film Happenings Around Town

courtesy of New Line Cinema

Film nerds and nerdettes, here's a bunch of film happenings to keep you satisfied until Tuesday. Until then, be bad and get into trouble baby.

Film Happenings Around Town
•    Thurs. (8/2) – The Life and Times of Allen Ginsberg (1994) Dir. Aronson - Roxie

In the Midnight Hour

photography by Misha Vladimirskiy

Los Angeles-based Midnight Movies brought their brand of dark psychedelia to Mezzanine on Saturday, July 21. PJ Harvey-inspired rock trio Nico Vega and hip-hop artist the Gray Kid opened the show.


The Birds and Bees

photography by Misha Vladimirskiy

Los Angeles jazzy synth-pop group the Bird and the Bee wowed the crowd at the Independent on Sunday, July 19.


I Fell in Love with an Astronaut at Daft Punk

courtesy of Daft Punk

Daft Punk, the Rapture, DJs Sebastian and Kavinsky
Friday, July 27, at the Greek Theatre in Berkeley

Friday night Daft Punk saved my life. But we’ll get to that.

Back from Hiatus with a Pelvic Thrust …

courtsey of the Chateau Marmont

Plus, Remembering The Genius Of Laszlo Kovacs!

And we’re back …

Shout It Out Loud

photography by Misha Vladimirskiy

The Stockholm, Sweden-based indie-pop outfit Shout Out Louds raised a ruckus at the Rickshaw Stop on Wednesday, July 18 in support of their latest album Our Ill Wills that comes out in September. New Yorkers Vampire Weekend opened the show.


7 Questions with <i>Rush Hour</i>'s Heavyweights

Greetings chums,

When’s a sequel one sequel too many? Perhaps when all we can take is nothing more than the first in the franchise?

courtesy of New Line Cinema

Well, apparently for the makers of Rush Hour 3 starring Chris Tucker and Jackie Chan, you can never make enough as long as the money keeps rolling in and people keep dumping their greenbacks at the box office!
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