In case you didn't know, Reggie Watts is a real talented comedian/musician/vocalist/beatboxer. Yes, he's funny, but there's also real musical badassness there too, you heard? On the heels of his latest Comedy Central special (Live at Central Park), a new CD/DVD of the show is set for release on May 15th.
Watts also has a slew of tour dates coming up in the US. New York, Philly, Atlanta, Washington, Chicago, Los Angeles, San Francisco, New Orleans and more cities have been…
Punk pioneers Death (from Detroit) are telling us: "We are very excited to announce the world premiere of the Death Documentary "A Band Called Death" at the prestigious LA Film Festival which will take place between the dates of June 14 and June 22. The film will be shown on Saturday June 16, and on Tuesday June 19. The viewings will be followed by a special party at The W in downtown LA featuring a special performance by Death and Rough Francis. More details will be available…Continue
It rained all day on the Sunday that started our eighth week at Occupy Los Angeles. One of our fellow Occupy LA Media people coordinated a flash action for the American Music Awards, which was to take place at the Nokia Theater at LA Live later that afternoon. About 20 of us gathered at the corner of 1st and Spring and marched to Olympic and Figueroa in the cold rainy weather. When we arrived to LA Live we discussed which approach we were going to take towards mic checking the…Continue
Week 6 of the LA 'Occupation' was full of surprises, including visits from Bill Maher, Jesse Jackson, and unfortunately more police brutality. You can read Griff Fuller Jr.'s full report here. During week 7, a major National Day of Action took place, along with more biased media coverage, incidents with the LAPD and…Continue
November 2 was a National Day of Action for Occupy Oakland and the Occupy Movement. Occupiers across the nation held marches and actions in solidarity with our brothers and sisters up north and their general strike. A picture circulated around Facebook and Twitter of what looks to be thousands of people out in the streets surrounded around a Chase bank in Oakland. One little picture displayed such a powerful message. I wasn’t present, but later that night LA Occupiers marched to…Continue
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