Freddy Todd is a music/beat producer from Detroit who now resides in Oakland, California. Thus, it is no surprise that his all-time favorite beat god is J-to-the-Dilla (AKA Jay Dee). Mmhhmm, great influences are the foundation to a new generation. With that said, it is imperative that you know he recently released his latest project/album, Golden Tremendous. And boyyy let me ... Read More »
Freddy Todd is a music/beat producer from Detroit who now resides in Oakland, California. Thus, it i...
Han Han released her debut album, Han Han, on her birthday is September. She is an MC who grew up in...
Through the highs and lows, peaks and latent times of productivity, here we are yet again with anoth...
The Way Over Yonder Festival returns to Santa Monica on September 26 and 27 bringing with it an ecle...
Frank Leone isn’t just another white rapper (okay, before you go there I don’t me...
As Halloween draws near haunts everywhere are springing up like tombstones at a cemetery…and that is a very good thing! From Long Beach to the Inland Empire to the San Fernando Valley, monsters and ghastly creatures are coming at you faster than zombies on a season finale of Walking Dead. It might all be considered exciting if so many didn’t ... Read More »
Han Han released her debut album, Han Han, on her birthday is September. She is an MC who grew up in the Philippines and now resides in Canada. Her goal is to empower her people and encourage them to stand together as proud communities through her music. In her music she manages to perfectly blend her Filipino and Canadian cultures. Read her story on the ... Read More »
This weekend (October 9 thru 11) the neighborhood of Highland Park will hold its first annual Highland Park Independent Film Festival. The event (held at the aptly named Highland Theater) will screen features, shorts, and documentaries from all over the world as well as host panel discussions, industry mixers, and an awards ceremony honoring HPIFF’s best work. And though the ... Read More »
Through the highs and lows, peaks and latent times of productivity, here we are yet again with another exciting issue of Artnois Magazine! As with every other issue release, we thrilled to share artists with quality of permanence. Artists passionately establishing reputable work of art. Music, paintings, photography, you name it, we share it! Artnois Magazine is our way of ... Read More »
The Way Over Yonder Festival returns to Santa Monica on September 26 and 27 bringing with it an eclectic mix of music and talent ranging from Alt County to Southern Rock and everything in between. Expect to hear Moses Sumney woo the crowd with his soulful harmonies while Little Hurricane entertains with a set of music that can only by described ... Read More »
Frank Leone isn’t just another white rapper (okay, before you go there I don’t mean it in a passive racist way), he is an awesome story teller. When I first saw his video for “Monsters featuring Monster Mike” it occurred to me that it might be a tough video to get through for many individuals (maybe much like yourself). It ... Read More »
We all have our own forms of expressing art! What a better place than near the ocean, Sam Dougados draws on beaches in France using a rake. To find out how he does it and to check out more images of his work head over to our 2nd Year Anniversary Issue. Read More »
Well, well, well, you made it yet to the awesome Artnois page featuring something about Quetzal, the Grammy winning Chicano rock band from East L.A. and all you can consider is what am I going to learn about Quetzal today? Your real question should be, what am I going to get out of this Quetzal feature. What I mean by ... Read More »
This coming weekend (August 9 and 10), Scare L.A. returns to the City of Angels for an exploration into the most wicked holiday of the year. The Halloween themed expo is ground zero for fans and vendors to come together and indulge their darker side. Many of the popular tourist attractions such as Queen Mary’s Dark Harbor, Knott’s Scary Farm, ... Read More »