Last Call heads to the Observatory in Santa Ana to catch Best Coast performing their song, “How They Want Me To Be.”
DRAGONSLAYER documents the transgressions of a lost skate punk falling in love in the stagnant suburbs of Fullerton, California in the aftermath of America's economic collapse. Taking the viewer through a golden SoCal haze of broken homes, abandoned swimming pools and stray glimpses of unusual beauty, DRAGONSLAYER captures the life and times of Josh "Skreech" Sandoval, a local skate legend and new father, as his endless summer finally collides with the future. Set to the alternately roaring and dreamy soundtrack of bands from the indie label Mexican Summer and Kemado Records-including Best Coast, Bipolar Bear, Children, Dungen, Eddy Current and the Suppression Ring, Golden Triangle, Jacuzzi Boys, Little Girls, Real Estate, The Soft Pack, Saviours, as well as DEATH and Thee Oh Sees-DRAGONSLAYER is a punk-rock manifesto to youth, love and learning to survive after the decline of western civilization.
In the war of LA vs. New York, let's see which coast takes the crown when it comes to space.
Best Coast frontwoman Bethany Consentino talks about her experience serving as a Guest Music Supervisor on 'Awkward.'
As a musician, Willis Earl Beal has been described as an avant-garde maverick of Blues and R&B. Currently, he stars as himself in the experimental new film, “Memphis.”
JK Simmons has over 140 credits to his name, but it’s his latest project that’s earning him some of the best reviews of his career. It’s a film called “Whiplash” and it’s the focus of the Last Call Spotlight.
The indie duo Best Coast performs “Crazy For You” from the Observatory in Santa Ana. Only on Last Call.
Black Lips, Best Coast, Hanni El Khatib, Hunx and His Punx, and Wavves share their garage band style that appears to be fueled by beer, whiskey and candy.
Best Coast, Bruno Mars, The Downtown Fiction, Sky Ferreira and Wavves are all must-hear bands this fall, but which is your favorite?
Best Coast provides the soundtrack to a saccharine story of teenage love in their new video for Boyfriend.
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