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  • Times music writers pick their favorite albums of 2010

     
    In this day and age, critical consensus is hard to come by in the world of popular music. There are as many musical subgenres in 2010 as there were album releases four decades ago, and even the most plugged-in fan......
  • Album review: Cut Copy's 'Zonoscope'

     
    With its third album, “Zonoscope,” the Austrialian act Cut Copy has established itself as something like the Down Under version of Phoenix. Like those French stylists, frontman Dan Whitford and his fellow pop pirates have an impeccable sense...
  • Friday Morning Coffee: The Weekend Warm-Up.

     
    Good Friday Morning, Fellow Seekers. While we sit here in the cozy confines of Casa de Capitol Ideas waiting for the washer/dryer repairman to show up, we'd like you to contemplate a new study from the Tax Foundation revealing that Keystoners handed...
  • U.K.'s Anna Calvi on her widescreen approach to music

     
    The artistic reference points in the largely glowing reviews out of the U.K. of the debut album from English guitarist, singer and songwriter Anna Calvi, which came out this week in the U.S., are more often cinematic than musical. Her......
  • Paul McCartney to reissue classic solo albums 'McCartney' and 'McCartney II' with bonus material, deluxe packaging

     
    There is justice in this world for those of us who have long contended that Paul McCartney's weird and wonderful 1980 solo album "McCartney II" is way better and more interesting than most critics contended when it was released. The......
  • Hollywood Forever comes alive with music

     
    From the Fairbanks Lawn to its Masonic Lodge, the cemetery has become a unique concert venue. Never mind the more than slightly macabre fact that it's home to a hundreds of buried remains. Never mind that many of these graves......
  • Urban folk singer Emily Lacy drawn to experiment

     
    L.A.-based Emily Lacy dips into the worlds of urban folk music and art to create a distinct sonic scene. What the larger public knows about L.A.-based singer and experimental composer Emily Lacy can be captured in a single scene: In......
  • Coldplay releases the synthy new single 'Every Teardrop Is a Waterfall'

     
    Coldplay has unveiled it new single "Every Teardrop Is a Waterfall."...
  • Live review: Thom Yorke at the Orpheum Theatre*

     
    With Flea driving the groove, Radiohead's frontman funks it up. To understand what Thom Yorke is up to with the new ensemble he brought to the Orpheum Theatre on Sunday, it's useful to quote one of pop's surviving godfathers. "Once......
  • Dance review: Pilobolus at the Ahmanson Theatre

     
    The din at a Pilobolus performance is like that of no other dance crowd. If you were blindfolded, you’d have every reason to assume that you were attending a small-scale circus, what with the enthusiastic applause for acrobatic feats, the......
  • Monster Mash: Paris museums, monuments shut down; Shakespeare's home; bye-bye to 'Birdie'

     
    -- Fighting back: Many museums and monuments in Paris -- including the Musee d'Orsay and Arc de Triomphe -- were closed or partially shut down today in protest of planned job cuts. (Bloomberg) -- Looking for the Bard: Archaeologists are......