“Loss is such an important part of life. Can you live, can you really, really live, if you haven’t survived?” – Miski Dee Rodriguez, City Mouse
Amina Cruz’s Photo Column—Alice Bag and Trap Girl (click for full size) UCLA’s Center for Musical Humanities hosted Curating Resistance: Punk as Archival Method, a …
Martin Crudo held his birthday celebration at Chico this past December. Generacíon Suicida, Dorian Wood, San Cha, and Pelón Suelto performed.
Jaime Hernandez is more than a mere comic book writer or illustrator. He is part of La Familia Hernandez—Jaime (Xaime), Mario, and Gilbert (Beto)—a group of brothers who created the expansive world of Love and Rockets in 1981. It intertwines three separate narratives, one from each brother, across multiple locations within a creative universe still active today.
I was finally able to catch Remorseless. I love their dual vocals and energy. They opened Femme Fatale at Lee’s in East Los this month.
Bind me, tie me, chain me to the wall.
Teri Gender Bender performed an acoustic set at the Turn It Up! A Benefit for Puerto Rico & Mexico.
Darcy Crash Distro’s Fighting Evil by Moonlight was host to Causa’s first performance.