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Arcade Fire (music group)

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  • Taking a noise snapshot at L.A. restaurants

    Taking a noise snapshot at L.A. restaurants
    We know it's noisy out there in the restaurant world. Customers' complaints are growing, critics are including noise commentary in their reviews, and restaurateurs, to some extent, are trying to figure out ways to modify the acoustic mayhem. But just...
  • Pfac cranks the volume on local creativity with new Art After 5 music series

    Pfac cranks the volume on local creativity with new Art After 5 music series
    To help mark its 50th birthday, the Peninsula Fine Arts Center in Newport News will host a creative collision of art and music. Starting Thursday, Jan. 19, the center's monthly Art After 5 gatherings will feature musicians chosen specifically for their...
  • Album review: The Weeknd, 'Echoes of Silence'

    Album review: The Weeknd, 'Echoes of Silence'
    3.5 stars (out of 4) Abel Tesfaye, a k a the Weeknd, has been busy the past few months. He self-released three mix tapes of moodily skewed R&B that have earned him a nomination for Canada’s top musical honor, the Polaris Prize (he lost out to...
  • Local Q&A: Brighton, MA

    Local Q&A: Brighton, MA
    Band name: Brighton, MA Sound: On its just-released "Billboard Sun" EP, the indie-rock quintet channels the ragged glory of the Walkmen, veering between loosely anthemic rockers ("New Underground") and more introspective turns like the bruised "V-Day."...
  • Local Q&A: Scattered Trees

    Local Q&A: Scattered Trees
    Band name: Scattered Trees Sound: The indie-rock quintet's sophomore album, "Sympathy," pairs singer-songwriter Nate Eiesland's heart-heavy words with musical backdrops that shift from mournful (the Coldplay-esque "Love and Leave") to propulsive ("Four...
  • Song barkers: Cutting through the 'Heys'

    Song barkers: Cutting through the 'Heys'
    There's a question that someone paying close attention to contemporary pop music would not be considered crazy for asking: What's with all the shouting? Seemingly all of a sudden, bands have been having success punctuating their tunes with "hos" and...
  • Pulitzer announcements fuel latimes.com traffic in April

     
    A memo from Managing Editor/Online Jimmy Orr: It was another great month for latimes.com -– recording its second-highest-trafficked month in the history of the site, with 159 million page views. This is a 20% increase from our average in 2010......
  • Allentown Fair to announce final headliner Monday. Our guess(es)

     
    Allentown Fair says it will announce Monday who its sixth and final headline act will be for its Sept. 1 date. And, fool that I am, I’m going to take a stab at guessing who they will announce. 3 Doors......
  • Lady Gaga's 'Born This Way': The path to the 99 cent album

     
    Tough choices for music fans today. Lady Gaga's "Born This Way" for 99 cents in Amazon's download store, or an adorable inflatable dolphin from the 99ยข Only Store? The value of an album continues to be a nebulous thing, and......
  • Lady Gaga tops the 1million mark in first-week album sales

     
    Like Madonna or Kanye West, Lady Gaga has a knack for attracting controversy, even when the matter at hand is out of her control. “Born This Way,” the pop star’s latest release for Interscope Records, debuted atop the U.S. pop......
  • Coachella times two: 'We’re going after artists who are going to play twice.'

     
    For next year, the festival’s organizer plans to book acts for identical three-day installments on consecutive April weekends. Tickets go on sale Friday for a week with no lineup announced. In a bold expansion of what has become the premier......