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  • Gold Derby nuggets: Writers' block | Musicians' discord | Director's cut

     
    • Steve Pond breaks the news that Jane Campion's script for "Bright Star" has been classified by the writers' branch of the academy as adapted rather than original. As Pond writes, "Although Campion makes use of Keats’ poetry and letters, the writer-...
  • Randy Jackson goes all 'Idol' on Grammys

     
    THE LATEST: Say goodbye to Randy Jackson's Grammy tweets If the results for the 2010 Grammy Awards aren't to your liking, perhaps "American Idol" judge Randy Jackson should share in the blame. With Grammy ballots due back to the Recording......
  • Grammy countdown: Can Phoenix best the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Depeche Mode?

     
    Pop & Hiss will be handicapping the major Grammy categories leading up to the Jan. 31 telecast. Read our picks, and vote for your own, below. The category: Best alternative album. The field at a glance: The best alternative album......
  • Live review: Bon Iver at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery

     
    In the twilight hours, that liminal space between sunset and sunrise, the eyes and ears are prone to trickery. The imagination takes over; hazy objects resemble ghosts, and faraway sounds evoke werewolves. But on the precipice of Sunday morning, amid........
  • Live review: Marianne Faithfull at Royce Hall

     
    The '60 survivor takes an emotional journey through her career, including her new album and the hit that started it all, Jagger-Richards' 'As Tears Go By.' Marianne Faithfull has lived a life of reinterpretation. She began as a pretty young......
  • Critic's notebook: 'Shutter Island' as a new-music haven

     
    The trailers at the cineplex the other day included the usual summer blockbuster suspects showing off their special effects -- one cartoonish morph after another after another. Every soundtrack was loaded down with the same super-deep, but sonically...
  • Coachella 2010: Fest closes with the thrilling Gorillaz and the disastrous Sly Stone

     
    The three-day Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival came to a close just before midnight Sunday, bringing to an end a weekend that placed rock, dance, hip-hop and electronics on equal footing. It only took closing act the Gorillaz about......
  • Live review: LCD Soundsystem commands the crowd of drunk girls (and boys)

     
    This much is true: If you write a song called “Drunk Girls,” no matter how thick you cake on the layers of irony, you will reap what you sow. Of course, there are other ways to explain the popularity of......
  • A pop music critic takes on Wagner's 'Ring' cycle. First up: 'Das Rheingold'

     
    Last night I put on a $20 dress I'd once worn to a party that featured an appearance by Whitney Houston, grabbed a friend, and headed to the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion to begin my immersion in Los Angeles Opera's "Der......
  • Incoming: The nervous energy and tragic ambitions of Future Islands

     
    Though Future Islands only recently released its debut for Chicago's Thrill Jockey, the band may already be on a self-destructive course. The voice of singer Samuel Herring already seems on the verge of giving out. If not quite a growl,......
  • No Age announce details of new album 'Everything in Between'

     
    While local duo No Age has long been associated with the lo-fi punk rock coming out of downtown DIY haven The Smell, their sound has always sought to bridge the gap between hardcore, ambient and pop -- an inclination evidenced......