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  • Witness the delicious mystery of Lana Del Rey

    Witness the delicious mystery of Lana Del Rey
    Who is Lana Del Rey? The alter ego of former hard-partying New York native Elizabeth "Lizzie" Grant, yes. But everyone seems to have their own Lana Del Rey. She is the tart-tongued, man-craving hip-hop poet that the women of the online magazine Bustle describe as "a straight up goddess. She's fierce, she's talented, and she knows exactly who she is." She's the less cocksure, emotionally vulnerable romantic wandering a world of constant alienation and reinvention who told the Los Angeles Times: "Sad is happy to me. I love it. When I write something bittersweet, I smile." And she is a pop vocalist whose impeccable taste, from covers of Leonard Cohen's "Chelsea Hotel No. 2" and Nina Simone's "The Other Woman" to her collaboration with the Black Keys' Dan Auerbach on the album "Ultraviolence," suggests a performer whose future will continue to merit serious critical appraisal.
  • A$AP Rocky has a lot of style, a decent amount of substance on 'At. Long. Last. A$AP'

    A$AP Rocky has a lot of style, a decent amount of substance on 'At. Long. Last. A$AP'
    A$AP Rocky isn’t the best rapper, but the Harlem-based MC has more than compensated with unbridled confidence and boasting an all-encompassing aura of “cool.” On his breakthrough 2011 mixtape “Live. Love. A$AP,” Rocky (born...

    The travails and joys of being Hozier

    The travails and joys of being Hozier
    Fortunately for Andrew Hozier Byrne, Prince had excused himself by the time the Irish singer-songwriter performed his 2014 smash "Take Me to Church" during last week's Grammy Awards. "He might have been out of the auditorium at that time. I might have...

    The Wood Brothers coming to Hollywood ArtsPark

    The Wood Brothers coming to Hollywood ArtsPark
    Never afraid to go their own way musically, the Wood Brothers will arrive in downtown Hollywood on Saturday with new songs that will challenge fans of their bluesy Americana to follow them on a grittier path. Oliver and Chris Wood — the latter...

    Concert review: The Black Keys at Amway Center

    Concert review: The Black Keys at Amway Center
    Most arena rock shows unfold with all the spontaneity of a touring Broadway musical. No matter how much the singer shouts that “anything might happen,” it’s unlikely that anyone on stage will do anything that might screw up a...