• KFLA Update 1/22 - Girl In A Coma, A Static Lullaby, New Model Army, The Hanks,…

    22. Jan. 2008, 20:26 von TheKnitLA

    Saturday, February 2nd
    Emerge starring Donski Beat, Kid Lowballer, Sex, Don’t Believe The Hype, Dskotek, Bul!m!atron!, Variety Hour (Variety Hour is the live act, the rest are DJs)
    8:00 PM , $10
    An all night party with the best in DJ talent; you’ll think you’ve time traveled back to Studio 54, well, except for the lack of nudity, not having to bribe your way in, no superstars hanging out and no cocaine being tooted off the bar. But other than that…oh yeah, and Variety Hour is a live band who’ll perform amidst the festivities.

    Saturday, February 16th
    A Static Lullaby, Take The Crown
    7:30 PM, $12
    Post-hardcore/alternative rock outfit A Static Lullaby came together in 2001 after a casual high school jam session led its members to quit their existing bands and form a new group. Within two weeks they were gigging, and soon they had recorded and released their EP Withered. Working with Snapcase/Hatebreed producer Steve Evetts led to the 2003 release …And Don’t Forget to Breathe. …
  • KFLA Update 11/27 - Kris Roe of the Ataris, The Pack, Chemikillz!!!

    27. Nov. 2007, 20:07 von TheKnitLA

    Wednesday, December 5th
    Kris Roe of The Ataris (acoustic) playing the album Blue Skies, Broken Hearts…Next 12 Exits in its entirety
    7:15 PM, $10
    From Allmusic.com: "Possibly the most country-sounding record title in punk rock history, Blue Skies, Broken Hearts...Next 12 Exits proved to be the breakout disc for Santa Barbara punkers the Ataris. Sporting fine production thanks to Lagwagon's Joey Cape, this follow-up to the band's surprising debut solidified the Ataris' position among the leaders of late-'90s pop-punk. The tempos settle down a little on this 1999 release, giving songs like "I Won't Spend Another Night Alone" more of an alt-rock feel, but the tight compositions never stray too far from the group's post-revivalist, almost emo punk. When Cape takes a chance by adding a melodic cello line to the acoustic "My Hotel Year," the Ataris almost dare the punk community to question their integrity but, with its one-and-a-half-minute running time and furious guitar strumming…