Long Beach natives Gestapo Khazi are halfway through their month-long residency at Five Star Bar in downtown Los Angeles. With a slew of EPs and seven inches under their belts, the guys recently released their first full-length album, The Jewel of the Land. The flier for their show makes them seem scarier than they really are, because in truth, as they've told the Weekly before, "We just try to connect with people and fuck shit up."
Ever since the major catastrophe in Japan, people have been wondering how they can help the victims, who are just starting to put their lives back together again. For musicians, the best way to help is to put on a show and invite as many bands and DJ's as they can.
Most people would be a bit nervous about moving into tilting bachelor pads like the ones on this flier. But rocking out inside a chaotic house of sound on shaky ground is exactly the kind of thrill you get, watching the angular prog of Telomere Repair.
This is the second week in a row that we've chosen a flier that looks like some kind of sadistic, Hardy Boys book cover. But if a band is willing to sift through endless 50-cent novels to find one that will catch your attention, then by golly, they deserve a salute every now and then. This week's flier--featuring old school punks the Gears--narrows our visual interests down to the bare essentials: devils, horse whips and lingerie.
Talk about an awesome way to die--mauled by two braless sex kittens wielding machetes. We can tell by the look on Mr. Mustachio's face over there that he's more aroused than terrified. As a matter of fact, the line-up on this week's flier has us a bit excited as well. More »
He might've just popped the champagne, but thanks to the strategically placed bottle between Mick Jagger's legs, this thick-lipped legend puts the "hard" in this week's Hard Days Night at Proof Bar in Santa Ana.
The weekend is almost here and you'd be lying to yourself if you denied having hanky panky on the brain. It's only natural. Sex and weekends go together like bands and babes. Which is why Que Sera's rock-a-billy and burlesque-inspired Hanky Panky night does it's damnedest bring both to you in the most arousing way possible. And there's spanking involved!More »