Subscribe to our mailing list

* indicates required
Close
Music | Gypset Magazine - Part 2
LA Phil’s CDMX festival at Walt Disney Concert Hall
Aug07

LA Phil’s CDMX festival at Walt Disney Concert Hall

Ciudad de Mexico (CDMX), a city of nearly nine million people, has one of the most vibrant contemporary music communities in the world. In October, the LA Phil will offer a window into Mexico City’s colorful music scene with a mix of events, including orchestral concerts with Gustavo Dudamel, and artists such as Antonio Sanchez, Natalia Lafourcade, Mexrrissey and Café Tacvba. BIRDMAN LIVE – Mon OCT 9 New Audience, New Horizons –...

Read More
No Small Children: mild-mannered teachers by day, tear-your-face-off alt. rockers by night.
Aug06

No Small Children: mild-mannered teachers by day, tear-your-face-off alt. rockers by night.

No Small Children is a band like no other.  Born on an elementary school playground in the spring of 2012, the trio are school teachers by day and a phenomenally successful hard rock band by night.  And they move very fast.  Three months after deciding to use their recess breaks as band practice time they had an EP out, countless shows behind them and an East Coast tour booked.  Plus, their remake of the classic Ghostbusters theme...

Read More
Echo Park Rising 2017
Jul27

Echo Park Rising 2017

August 17 – 20, 2017 WWW.EPR.LA Echo Park Rising 2017 is almost here! The neighborhood event is back for it’s 7th year that focuses on the music, creativity, diversity and small businesses of Echo Park. There are multiple stages and activities throughout the weekend located on the main routes of Sunset Blvd, Glendale Blvd, Alvarado Avenue, Echo Park Avenue and beyond. Better yet, Echo Park Rising is FREE for all! View Full Line...

Read More
The Latin Alternative Music Conference Turns Up the Heat in New York City
Jul24

The Latin Alternative Music Conference Turns Up the Heat in New York City

It’s mid July and the sweltering summer heat that hangs over New York City this time of year permeates everything with an overwhelming layer of humidity. The city is well into its summer routine; Up in Washington Heights people take their barbecues to the park along the East River and shelter in the shade of the trees, on the West Side folks continue their relentless dedication to running and biking along the Hudson River hoping to...

Read More
Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA’s Stellar Gallery Line-Up
Jul12

Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA’s Stellar Gallery Line-Up

More than 65 art galleries in Los Angeles and throughout Southern California will participate in Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA, the Getty-led exploration of Latin American and Latino art that launches on September 15, 2017, and runs through January 2018. Complementing PST: LA/LA’s expansive roster of exhibitions, performances, and public programs at more than 70 museums and cultural institutions, participating galleries will present...

Read More
Gabby Moreno and Caloncho create a magical night at Grand Performances 2017
Jun26

Gabby Moreno and Caloncho create a magical night at Grand Performances 2017

Gaby Moreno and  Caloncho created a magical night Saturday at Grand Performances in California Plaza in downtown Los Angeles.  About 2000 people filled the two-level sunken plaza,  facing a sparkling pond in front of the expansive stage, backed by dancing water spouts and skyscrapers sporting the projected Grand Performances logo.  Lights twinkled all around, families opened picnic baskets or  queued up at the restaurants surrounding...

Read More