byEsther KanginArts & Culture, Music
The 36-minute visual album—a collection of six dreamy music videos which will screen this Sunday Nov. 11 at the Frida Cinema in Santa Ana, followed by a short Q&A segment—is a surrealist interpretation of the heroine’s journey.
Release the Bats became Long Beach’s longest continually running club night and the most popular death-rock/goth event in Southern California. This Friday’s anniversary celebration will mark the club’s final show.
byEsther KanginArts & Culture, LGBTQ
Que Sera is several blocks north of the Broadway “gayborhood,” but it has deep roots in Long Beach’s queer history. Tucked in an unassuming block where Cherry Avenue meets Seventh Street, Que Sera first opened its doors as a...
byEsther Kang inArts & Culture
The Cambodia Town Film Festival exists as a direct response to the norms of Hollywood, which for decades has failed to include Asians on the big screen and continues to lack representation of the diversity of Asian and Asian-American...
The 5th annual New Blues Festival will take place this Labor Day weekend on Sep. 1 and Sep. 2, with headliners including the James Harman Band, The Lowrider Band, Janiva Magness, Dennis Jones, the Deb Taren Band and more.
As Devil Season, Nate Jackson’s soulful vocal chops take center stage, doubly so with the affected delays and harmonies that weave a dark, dreamlike labyrinth of angst, emotive false-settos and declarative hooks.
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