Kevin Camps

Exclusive premiere: ‘Liquid Daydream’ from POW!

Low-fi fuzzy San Fransisco punk rock at its finest!
In Music by Kevin Camps / February 4, 2015

Up close and personal with Julia Stone

We chat with the humble Australian about what it's like to work with your brother, as well as their upcoming tour.
In Music by Kevin Camps / January 26, 2015

A chat with Moby about his new ambient project, ‘Hotel: Ambient’

We caught up with the legendary electronic composer to discuss what it's like creating music in 2014.
In Music by Kevin Camps / December 10, 2014

Making waves: An interview with Desert Hearts founder Mikey Lion

House. Techno. Community. We pick Lion’s brain about his brainchild all while sipping tea in the frozen desert outside of San Diego California.
In Music by Kevin Camps / December 4, 2014

Red Lobster is changing its menu to remind people that it still sells shitty seafood

The internationally renowned lobster shack will be increasing the amount of seafood it sells in an apparent attempt to not confuse those who thought they were in for an enjoyable steak dinner.
In News by Kevin Camps / November 3, 2014

Jack Name premieres ‘Running After Ganymede’

Jack Name will be touring this spring with Thee Oh Sees in support of his second full length LP ‘Weird Moons.’…
In Music by Kevin Camps / October 30, 2014

Beach Goth III festival recap: Killer tunes, lots of throw-up, Pauly Shore acting a fool

Despite mishaps and miscues Beach Goth III delivered the Halloween party that Orange County kids wanted… nay deserved.
In Music by Kevin Camps / October 29, 2014

Exclusive first listen: Happy Lives ‘Marry Me’

The eclectic Brooklyn group channel Beck’s rapping style over a catchy bass line.
In Music by Kevin Camps / October 15, 2014

The Voyeurs debut psychedelic video for glam-rock inspired ‘Stunners’

With a shortened name and a broader approach The Voyeurs are back with an upcoming sophomore release off of Heavenly Records.
In Music by Kevin Camps / October 14, 2014

Exclusive first listen: Los Angeles’ genre-defying producer Fei-Fei’s ‘Hold You’

Los Angeles beauty stuns with another solid track off of her upcoming album.
In Music by Kevin Camps / October 8, 2014

Simian Mobile Disco dazzled Los Angeles with a live performance of ‘Whorl’

One of the most outlandish concept albums in recent years, 'Whorl' translated seamlessly from the desert that it was recorded in to the dim-lit romantic El Rey Theater in Los Angeles.
In Music by Kevin Camps / September 30, 2014

Australian electronic music pioneers The Presets top the second edition of the Check Yo’ Ponytail 2 tour

The tour is filled to the brim with an undercard as eclectic as the headliners themselves.
In Music by Kevin Camps / September 25, 2014

Exclusive: Junior Sanchez vs Bad Suns ‘Salt’

Start your Monday off with this groovy track that will have you dancing all week long.
In Music by Kevin Camps / August 11, 2014

Simian Mobile Disco share new track, ‘Dervish’

‘Dervish,’ the duo’s 2nd release off of their upcoming concept album ‘Whorl,’ is a floor stomping techno track primed for the dance floor.
In Music by Kevin Camps / July 30, 2014

No plans for Memorial Day weekend yet? Lighting in a Bottle has you covered!

The eclectic festival brought to you by the Los Angeles based collective The Do Lab finds itself a new home this year in Central California.
In Music by Kevin Camps / May 15, 2014

Burgerama III: We came, we saw, we partied

Psychedelic surf rock took over Orange County last weekend featuring The Black Lips, The Growlers, FIDLAR, and many more.
In Music by Kevin Camps / March 28, 2014

Lykke Li shares new song ‘No Rest For The Wicked’

The seductive Swedish songstress shares her second single off of her upcoming album 'I Never Learn'…
In Music by Kevin Camps / March 19, 2014

Reflecting on Conor Oberst’s career with the announcement of his new solo album ‘Upside Down Mountain’

Accompanying this announcement is the single 'Hundreds of Ways' and a Spring tour with Dawes.
In Music by Kevin Camps / February 11, 2014

Governors Ball Music Festival drops quite the lineup: The Strokes, Outkast, Vampire Weekend

A reunited Outkast join Jack White for what will surely be a great weekend in the city.
In Music by Kevin Camps / January 15, 2014

Paul Kalkbrenner brought German minimalism to the masses in LA, and it was brilliant

The Berlin based producer left nothing on the table as he touched down for his first headlining US tour.
In Music by Kevin Camps / December 18, 2013

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