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  • Live music this week: Ring out the old, ring in the new

    Live music this week: Ring out the old, ring in the new
    The Bright Light Social Hour's high-energy electro-jam rock hasn't been around for long, but the Texas quartet's sound finds an audience in fans of psychedelic rock and jam bands such as Umphrey's McGee. BLSH opened for Umphrey's Friday in Atlanta, but the group will play the Culture Room at 7 p.m. Sunday with just their bilingual verses and openers Le Blorr. ($18.05, Ticketmaster.com)
  • Jacuzzi Boys: Hot tub rock machine

    Jacuzzi Boys: Hot tub rock machine
    Danny Gonzalez (from left), Gabriel Alcala and Diego Monasterios (photo by Beth Black) On Aug. 30, Miami garage rock trio Jacuzzi Boys will release an album titled Glazin'. What's glazin' mean? Buzz on the local-music blogosphere is that the term...

    It's Alex Ebert's turn

    It's Alex Ebert's turn
    On a steamy afternoon last August in Chicago's Lincoln Park, Alex Ebert led his folk-rock band Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros through one of the charged, evangelistic sets that put them on the national landscape. Fans had climbed trees in the forested...

    On Arctic Monkeys, growing pains and lowered expectations

    On Arctic Monkeys, growing pains and lowered expectations
    Here’s a confession: I’m a sucker for the next big thing. When I first heard the Strokes’ “New York City Cops,” I immediately hopped on board. I gave fair shakes to the Hives, Bloc Party and even the Vines. Basically, if...

    PASSINGS: Bill Summers, John S. Carter, Ruth C. Cole

    PASSINGS: Bill Summers, John S. Carter, Ruth C. Cole
    Bill Summers He helped build racer that set speed record Bill Summers, 75, who with his brother Bob built a four-engine racer called Goldenrod that in 1965 set a speed record for wheel-driven cars, died May 12 at his home in Ontario of natural causes,...