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  • Collectors: Becoming front and center in the art world and in art history

     
    Henry Clay Frick, J. Pierpont Morgan, Louisine and Henry O. Havemeyer in New York; J. Paul Getty, Norton Simon, Arabella and Henry E. Huntington in Los Angeles; Andrew W. Mellon in Washington, D.C.; Claribel and Etta Cone in Baltimore. Big......
  • Autolux set to release their first album in six years (and a new MP3)

     
    You'd be forgiven for having forgotten about Autolux. Their first and only album came out six years ago, which is practically pre-Cambrian in Internet time. That was before Pitchfork had launched a website devoted to micro music trends and a......
  • Silversun Pickups at the Greek Theatre Friday night

     
    By now, the Silversun Pickups' origin story is as well known as Peter Parker's: The Silver Lake rockers worked their way up from local clubs to mainstream success, culminating in a Grammy nomination for best new artist. Suffice it to say the hometown...
  • Live review: Silversun Pickups at the Greek Theatre

     
    The indie act, whose sound has evolved and deepened, delivers highly charged modern guitar rock. Not every rock act needs to change to play the big rooms. At the Greek Theatre on Friday, the Silversun Pickups looked as they always......
  • L.A. Unheard: Radars to the Sky

     
    The band: Radars to the Sky, an unsigned L.A. five-piece that recorded its debut album, "Supra / Infra," at Burbank's Rollercoaster Studios, Eagle Rock's The Ship and additional local spots. The sound: Radars play a gritty brand of power-pop as fuzzy as...
  • Autolux caps a season of touring at the El Rey Friday

     
    Alone in Autolux’s Studio 23 recording facility near downtown Los Angeles, Greg Edwards had completely lost his bearings inside his musical structures. For the last few years he'd been sifting for melodies in shards of sound, piling layer upon layer.......
  • Today's music pick: Henry Clay People’s 2nd Annual Rock & Roll Circus Halloween

     
    Alright, so you had to spring for the "Deluxe Kim Kardasian" costume this year, why not get the most use out of it? Start off the Halloween festivities tonight with L.A.’s indie hometown heroes Henry Clay People. They've rounded up a roster thick with...
  • Invisible Children benefit concert Monday bolstered by music blogs

     
    When MP3 blogs began emerging into the mainstream with a flurry of print articles about five years ago, some wondered if they'd be the new music magazines. Turns out, they're becoming a whole lot more — including charitable benefactors. On Monday night,...