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  • Review: Hits pack Katy Perry's 'Prism'

    Review: Hits pack Katy Perry's 'Prism'
    Katy Perry's "Prism" is a shimmering, dynamic, heavy-duty modern pop album that's as unapologetically bent on moving bodies as it is on moving units. Longer by one song than her mega-selling 2010 record "Teenage Dream," the 28-year-old's follow-up is so...
  • Watch Nine Inch Nails make their network TV debut with Jimmy Kimmel

    Watch Nine Inch Nails make their network TV debut with Jimmy Kimmel
    Last night, Jimmy Kimmel hosted a plucky electronic rock quintet making its network television debut. The buzzed-about group played a sold-out show at the Troubadour recently, and on Kimmel's show, they delivered their au courant, electro-R&B tune "All...
  • Katy Perry grows up a little on 'Prism': 'I'm ready for my 30s'

    Katy Perry grows up a little on 'Prism': 'I'm ready for my 30s'
    Katy Perry had come to dance. On a recent afternoon the pop superstar was at a Burbank rehearsal studio, fortifying herself with a salad before diving into four hours of sweaty physical movement — a not-so-dry run for a handful of performances...
  • Classic Hollywood: George Chakiris does more than dance

    Classic Hollywood: George Chakiris does more than dance
    Before he electrified audiences in his Oscar-winning turn in 1961's "West Side Story," George Chakiris paid his dues in the chorus of movie musicals. In fact, he was still a teenager when he appeared with Marilyn Monroe in the sex symbol's signature...
  • Faces to Watch 2014: Pop music & jazz | Kelela, Travi$ Scott and more

    Faces to Watch 2014: Pop music & jazz | Kelela, Travi$ Scott and more
    The Times asked its reporters and critics to highlight figures in entertainment and the arts who will be making news in 2014. Here’s who they picked: Kelela | Singer-songwriter With its spacey textures and shape-shifting grooves, Beyonc√©'s self-...
  • Review: 'Diving Board' delves deep into the classic Elton John sound

    Were it released in the LP era, Elton John's "The Diving Board" would have arrived as a fancy double gatefold album, 15 songs separated by instrumental miniatures to open each side. Such a presentation would have added an extra layer of import,...
  • Elton John finds 'room to breathe' on 'The Diving Board'

    Elton John finds 'room to breathe' on 'The Diving Board'
    On Oct. 25, 1975, Elton John played the first of two sold-out concerts at Dodger Stadium for a combined audience of 110,000 people. The gigs helped establish John as one of the most theatrical pop stars in the world: a piano-pounding dynamo prowling the...
  • Beatles' U.S. albums box set due Jan. 21

    Beatles' U.S. albums box set due Jan. 21
    More than a quarter century after the U.S. versions of the Beatles' albums went out of print, all will be reissued individually and in a 13-CD boxed set on Jan. 21 (a day earlier in the rest of the world) in conjunction with various commemorations of...
  • PASSINGS: Al Coury, Gail Kobe, Cosmo Allegretti

    PASSINGS: Al Coury, Gail Kobe, Cosmo Allegretti
    Al Coury Record company executive Al Coury, 78, a longtime record company executive who helped propel the "Saturday Night Fever" and "Grease" soundtracks to the top of the pop charts in the 1970s as chief of the RSO record label, died Thursday in...
  • Arcade Fire Tower Over Hollywood for Vibrant Release Concert

    Hollywood's famed Capitol Records building flickered like a disco ball Tuesday night as Arcade Fire serenaded their fans with a free concert in support of the band's new album "Reflektor," which arrived earlier in the day. "We're the Reflektors," the...
  • Review: Arcade Fire encounters hot band the Reflektors at Palladium

    Review: Arcade Fire encounters hot band the Reflektors at Palladium
    One of the great musical bummers of our time has been the wholesale narrowing of the phrase "dance music." In modern-day parlance, it's come to signify mostly the thump-based electronic beats created on computer and delivered by DJs in sweaty EDM clubs. ...