Peter Cole As music critics release “best of 2016” lists, who can name the most popular musician in America fifty […]
Jonathan Crisman Los Angeles is a city made from an assemblage of speculative practices. Spain colonized the region, surmising it […]
A critical appreciation by Chris Carlsson.
An interview with Josh Kun.
Josh Kun has mined the sheet music collection of the Los Angeles Public Library to create a multiplatform musical love affair with the city of angels.
A timeline from the “Trouble in Paradise: Music and Los Angeles 1945–75” exhibit at The Grammy Museum
Elliot Gorn on why to listen to country music while driving around Los Angeles
Regine Basha discusses cultural clashes and modernism, set to a soundtrack of Middle Eastern folk music.
Josh Kun takes us on a drive through the desert and learns how music allows the past to outlive itself. With photographs by Jeff Conlin.
Susan Straight reflects on the iconic voice of Art Laboe and the shared experience of growing up listening to the radio.