Saturday, October 20

Offspring delivers major smash to listeners, Epitaph

Offspring delivers major smash to listeners, Epitaph By Michael Nazarinia By now you’ve probably heard of the song that beckons you to "keep ‘em separated." The Offspring, the Huntington Beach band that has sold over three million copies of their new album, Smash, has been on a roll and atop the Billboard charts ever since KROQ 106.7 put the song into rotation over seven months ago. Read more...


‘Fuck the audience!’

‘Fuck the audience!’ Independent filmmakers aren’t about pleasing mainstream audiences with compromises and formulas. Guerrilla moviedom means vision, dedication and passion. The announcement of this year’s nominations for independent film awards reflects that this spirit is alive and well. Read more...


‘Wind’ weaves relation between nature, life

‘Wind’ weaves relation between nature, life Performance team Eiko and Koma appear at Schoenberg Hall tonight By Rebecca Zell In the late 1960s, two Japanese university students followed the credo of the times and dropped out of school to express themselves. Read more...


With ‘Divine Intervention,’ Slayer pushes musical extremes

With ‘Divine Intervention,’ Slayer pushes musical extremes Heavy metal band’s latest release replete with darker, violent images of humanity By John Sabatini Even the widespread damage and total destruction left in the wake of Southern California’s seemingly unending variety of natural disasters cannot compare to the wrath the malevolent metal band Slayer will unleash at the Orange County Pavilion tonight and the Shrine Expo Center on Sunday. Read more...


Ace

Ace of bass World-famous opera singer Samuel Ramey appears at Wadsworth tonight By John Mangum Elvis may be the king of rock ‘n’ roll. Paul may be the king of big screens. Read more...



Actress explores mystique of composer’s life as character did

Actress explores mystique of composer’s life as character did Rossellini enthuses over latest role as Beethoven’s love By Lael Loewenstein Daily Bruin Staff One look at Isabella Rossellini and it’s easy to guess why she was picked to play a Hungarian countess in the film, Immortal Beloved. Read more...