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Is this the future of Jazz?

Wed, 26 Oct 2011 19:36:37 +0000

Thundercat, Flying Lotus, and The Golden Age of Apocalypse Brainfeeder (2011) Thundercat – “Daylight” The Golden Age of Apocalypse is Brainfeeder’s middle finger to the world.  Steve Ellison, who we know as Flying Lotus, founded Brainfeeder in 2008 to create a record label and—more importantly—a multifaceted musical coterie that would carve a new corner for […]



The Legend of Loden Dager

Mon, 24 May 2010 16:35:31 +0000

The Local Boy Fashion Spotlight The gentlemen from Loden Dager are unassuming individuals.  Their dress, to be sure, is impeccable but even their attire carries a sense of relaxed confidence that matches the calm, friendly demeanor which is so wonderfully refreshing in an industry of megalomania.  So it’s no surprise that their line can be […]



Kicked-Ass

Mon, 10 May 2010 17:30:41 +0000

The Local Boy Film Opinion The first time I came across “Kick-Ass “was browsing trailers on apple.com.  God, that looks retarded, I mused, quickly glossing over the row and clicking to the next page.  In the sea of stupid, someone managed to net a freaking whale.  But as clever ads started popping up all over […]



Cosmogramma

Tue, 27 Apr 2010 01:21:30 +0000

Flying Lotus Warp Records (2010) Should I pick up Cosmogramma? That’s the million dollar question, right? If that’s all you need to know then let’s cut to the bloody chase: yes—buy it, download it, do what you do—because FlyLo’s latest is what some might call magic. Put simply, it’s a bit of a masterpiece. Flying […]



Banksy Revealed

Mon, 26 Apr 2010 16:39:15 +0000

The Local Boy Film Opinion A friend of mine has been completely broadsided by Banksy’s “Exit Through the Gift Shop.”  That is, he came from being completely unaware of the film’s existence til the day of the LA premier (where he frantically contacted me for entrance) to blowing up my BlackBerry at the most ungodly […]



No Such Thing As A Holy War

Mon, 29 Mar 2010 17:30:56 +0000

The Local Boy Political Opinion Police chief decapitated.  Acronym of drug cartel written in blood on windshield.  This is not a movie synopsis.  It’s one of last weekend’s international news headlines and only the tip of the iceberg concerning the rising patterns of violence and corruption in Mexico.  Across the ocean a subversive modern genocide is […]



A “Mother” and “A Prophet”

Tue, 16 Mar 2010 13:42:42 +0000

The Local Boy Film Opinion There’s a lot of trash flooding the box office these days.  I swear it wasn’t long ago where you could randomly drop by the movies once a week and catch something half-decent, but those days are gone like gas under $2 a gallon.  Luckily, if you’re spoiled like I am […]



Can a man be born again?

Mon, 01 Mar 2010 17:30:31 +0000

The Local Boy Culture Opinion I’m blessed with a job that affords me the opportunity to see in-person the people we gawk at on TV.  Some I see randomly, others are consistent visitors.  It’s nothing worth name-dropping; I don’t delude myself–it’s not like they came to see me–I’m just the lucky bystander who happened to […]



Don’t Overlook Ballast

Mon, 15 Feb 2010 18:00:57 +0000

The Bloggomist: The Local Boy Film Opinion Don’t laugh but one of my guilty pleasures used to be old Louis L’Amour western novels.  My father palmed me one while I was doing homework during high school.  “Read it,” he told me, grinning.  “It’s just fun.”  The cheesy looking cover and yellowed edges weren’t doing an […]



Yuketen: From America with Love

Mon, 25 Jan 2010 19:45:39 +0000

The Bloggomist: The Local Boy Fashion Opinion Yuki Matsuda has a look about him.  He has a disarmingly gentle smile that only disappears when engrossed in particularly passionate topics.  His long black hair bears wisps of grey, neatly tied back in a short pony tail.  His arms are crossed across a crisp button down that […]



A Single Man

Mon, 18 Jan 2010 18:00:32 +0000

The Bloggomist: The Local Boy Film Opinion I’ve been sitting tentatively pawing this keyboard for the last two hours.  To be honest it’s been hard to sit still this weekend much less hunker down and try to write about anything remotely “cool” or interesting.  If you’ll allow me slightly more creative license this week, I […]



Watch Mars

Mon, 11 Jan 2010 18:00:26 +0000

The Bloggomist: The Local BoyMusic Opinion About a year ago I posted on the Goodfight blog about an artist I had stumbled upon through a friend who was collaborating on a song with him.  The name Bruno Mars meant nothing to me at the time and it was difficult for me to understand why so […]



To Live And Die In LA: A Year In Review

Mon, 21 Dec 2009 20:15:09 +0000

The Bloggomist: The Local BoyPersonal Musings My window overlooks the east side of the city.  A layer of haze usually rests smugly atop the rooftops and just above that bright blue skies as far as the eye can see.  Sometimes I think smog and traffic are God’s way of leveling the playing field for other […]



The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus

Mon, 14 Dec 2009 21:34:59 +0000

The article was about an old blind man who had died alone in his home.  He had passed alone and forgotten, mummified in the warm confine of his living room by the time the police discovered him 13 months later.  The piece, I discovered, was indeed beautifully written, a seeming misappropriation on such a temporary […]



Not Quite Out Of The Woods

Tue, 08 Dec 2009 00:38:50 +0000

The Bloggomist: The Local Boy Sports Opinion There are about a million questions swirling around the scandal involving Tiger Woods, his wife, and an unknown number of women scattered in a proverbial oat field that could have Wilt Chamberlain grinning from ear to ear.  And yet there really is only one question that has been […]