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Susan Slaughter Is Causing Mayhem in Movies and the Metal Scene

Los Angeles–area venues showcasing doom, war, grindcore, pagan, Viking, thrash, death, speed and black metal are few and far between, so the recent Slaughterhouse event at Teragram Ballroom was a much-anticipated bout of good, not-so-clean fun. And who was the manly hairy metal beast that...

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A New Video Docu-Series Talks Art From the Bottom Up

Released today on Amazon Prime, “From Bottom to Top” is a new series of micro-documentaries pairs artists in engaging, informal and far-ranging conversations — across both disciplines and circumstance. The project represents a unique partnership between filmmakers Bel Deliá and Annalea Fiachi...

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Music Pick: Kaytranada

While "DJ-producer" might be the best label for Kaytranada, this man goes way beyond with his musical talents.

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What Does It Take to Be a Coachella Headliner?

Every year, people ask what it takes to headline Coachella. But there's extra focus this time due to Beyoncé's for-the-ages performances last year. In fact, when the three headliners for Coachella 2019 were announced, they seemed particularly underwhelming because of Beyoncé's incredible sets.

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Music Pick: Charlotte Gainsbourg

Charlotte Gainsbourg exudes inherent cool. The multifaceted Gainsbourg brims with talent in the studio and on the screen.

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Kiss List: L.A.'s Top Beauty Influencers

A list of our favorite, must-follow beauty influencers, a few of whom managed to transcend online fame and transfer their recognition into actual mainstream celebrity. They have presence on pretty much every social media outlet but the photo-stream setup of Instagram has proven to be the best and...

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Meet an Artist Monday: Carmen Argote

Carmen Argote works across disciplines of sculpture, installation, performance, painting and all the in-betweens, to explore idea about architecture, the body, and the intersection of personal and shared histories. Poetically and substantially merging allegorical and aspirational structures with...

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