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  • Behind the Exhibit: Signs of Life


    Behind the Exhibit: Signs of Life

    A retro vinyl art installation in L.A. inspired by the culture of rock n’ roll and SoCal lifestyle

    The visual culture of rock and roll, the quintessential SoCal lifestyle and the iconic ’60s music scene was artistically cultivated by various influencers. One in particular is John Van Hamersveld, the influential artist who created the legendary concert poster of Jimi Hendrix at L.A.’s Shrine Auditorium, the surf movie poster …


  • The Rockers of Acceptance Have Reunited


    The Rockers of Acceptance Have Reunited

    The band's lead singer Jason Vena discusses the breakup, reunion and upcoming album

    Flash back to the late ’90s: Seattle-based rock band Acceptance was finding success playing festivals such as Warped Tour and Cornerstone Festival. The band released their debut album Phantoms with Columbia Records. The album was a great success, but the nightmare that followed led to the group’s ultimate demise. Phantoms


  • The Ruling on Rose Leslie


    The Ruling on Rose Leslie

    The actress who wooed Jon Snow on Game of Thrones suits up for The Good Fight

    In the opening scene of The Good Fight, the world of its acclaimed predecessor The Good Wife is transformed into a post-Trump world. The familiar face of Diane Lockhart (Christine Baranski), network television’s favorite liberal boss lady, fills the frame, and pans out to her flipping off her television before …


  • Martin Garrix Is All Smiles


    Martin Garrix Is All Smiles

    The EDM wunderkind talks Tiësto, the success of his newest hit "Scared to Be Lonely" and his musical roots

    Martin Garrix walked into the DuJour offices and immediately enveloped me in a hug. He graciously signed a fan’s headphones and apologized for the New York City traffic he hit on his way here. When we mistakenly walked into the wrong room, he laughed and wondered why the less-than-thrilled to …


  • Rock Duo Electric Guest’s Wavelength


    Rock Duo Electric Guest’s Wavelength

    The long-awaited sophomore album is out tomorrow

    Electric Guest’s sophomore record, aptly named “Plural,” is just as rangy and genre bending as the title implies. The album is the pop rock two-hander’s first in five years – that is, if you don’t count the one they wrote and discarded for being “really dark,” and admittedly a departure from their …


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