Rubén Funkahuatl Guevara A few months after Who Are the People? closed, I ran into keyboardist Bob Harris as I […]
Benjamin Cawthra In the middle of a series of fascinating interviews with Latin American Los Angeles session musicians, the editor […]
Jonathan Gold and Oliver Wang at the Autry in Los Angeles Food and Ethnicity: A Conversation about L.A. Tuesday, September […]
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