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  • 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......
  • 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......
  • 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......
  • Opera's greatest star brought classical music to the masses

    Opera's greatest star brought classical music to the masses
    Luciano Pavarotti, the Italian tenor with a glorious voice that made him the opera world's greatest star as he brought classical singing to the masses on a scale never before imagined, died today. He was 71. The singer, who had been diagnosed with...
  • Brand X Files: Justin Bieber's ambient 'U Smile.' The 7-inch iPad? Same-sex marriage on hold

     
    Hear Justin Bieber's "U Smile" slowed by 800%:We find this Brian Eno-esque version 100% more listenable. [Vulture] Tinier iPad on the way? A report from Taiwan says Apple's iPad 2 could be a teeny 7 inches. [PC World] California same-sex marriage on hold:...
  • L.A. Unheard: Funeral Party

     
    Editor's note: Welcome to L.A. Unheard, a new series on the best local musicians yet to reach your ears. Come back every Wednesday for a new favorite band. The band: Funeral Party, an east L.A. rock trio. The sound: Funeral Party cites Brian Eno and Aphex...
  • Neil Young and Daniel Lanois: 'Le Noise' collaboration started with YouTube

     
    Want a gig working with a Grammy-winning Rock and Roll Hall of Fame member? Try posting a smart video on YouTube. That’s how it worked for Daniel Lanois, who recently wrapped up work producing a new album for one of......
  • Cut Copy reveals details of forthcoming album, gives a shout-out to Ariel Pink

     
    It's a mantra for many a band seeking inspiration: back to the stacks, back to the stacks, back to the stacks. The Australian trio Cut Copy, whose free-spirited break-out album, "In Ghost Colours," finely plumbed the depths of '80s electropop,......
  • White heat: Six degrees of John Cale

     
    John Cale is the Forrest Gump of rock, linking a disparate group of tastemakers and cultural figures throughout the four-plus decades of his career. Cale will perform his 1973 album "Paris 1919" tonight at UCLA's Royce Hall, followed by a......