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Check out this week’s KROQ Locals Only playlist. Listen to each of the tracks and vote for your favorite!
At last weekend’s Arcade Fire performance, frontman Win Butler mouthed off about the VIP experience at Coachella. He basically alluded to the fact that it was boring despite what sort of drunken, luxurious, orgiastic glamor […]
A few days ago while talking in the morning show office, Beer Mug publicly denounced all grilled cheese sandwiches. When Omar brought up the magic that is The Grilled Cheese Truck, Beer Mug foolishly dismissed […]
Now that the stress of tax season has drawn to a close, it’s time to get out and preemptively spent that return.
Of course with Easter Sunday landing on another unofficial pseudo-holiday in 4/20, there will be a litany of green-themed nonsense, but we have assembled a solid list of alternatives that give you good reason to get off the couch.
Smoke yourself stupid later, there is plenty to do right now.
Instituted in 2008, Record Store Day is an internationally celebrated holiday, promoting the importance of supporting your local, independent record store, and the culture attached.
Each year, on the third Saturday in April, music fans can find unique and exclusive releases, and well as catch live performances.
This year, Record Store Day will be celebrated on Saturday, April 19th.
Check out a full list of the exclusive releases and more HERE. In order to prepare yourselves for the big day, here are some of the special events going on at record stores in the Los Angeles area!
The dust hasn’t settled yet. The last weekend of Coachella Music Festival is approaching and more fans are heading out of Los Angeles to see this year’s killer all-star line up.
If you’re back from the desert, and plan to stay local, then rehydrate, recover and check out these ten awesome things to do in Los Angeles this week.
Gear up to chow down on the city’s best Korean tacos, chug craft beer floats and make a death-defying escape from a ravenous zombie before settling into a cozy art house theater to catch a cult flick.
Coldplay are gearing up to release their latest album, Ghost Stories, on May 19, and they’re already plotting dates to bring fans their new music.
Check out the time that Psycho Mike and Beer Mug visited the Kings, and Mugs tried (stress the word “tried”) to play goalie.
On this edition of the Internet Roundup: The Gay of Thrones recaps episode 2, Mad Men’s Jessica Pare’ can eat whatever she wants, Kids react to Walkman’s, an Honest Trailer of The Wolf of Wall Street, Amy Schumer’s The Foodroom and more.