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  • Album review: Fiona Apple's 'The Idler Wheel ...'

     
    You learn a lot about Fiona Apple by what she chooses to reveal in the lyrics to her new album, “The idler wheel is wiser than the driver of the screw and whipping cords will serve you more than ropes......
  • Singer Fiona Apple is a weirdo -- but crowd at Tower Theatre likes it

     
    Fiona Apple is a damned weirdo. But that, apparently, is what her avid fans love about her – a love they loudly proclaimed with shouts and cheers during a show Wednesday at Tower Theatre in Upper Darby. And after that......
  • Graphic: Fiona Apple's new 23-word album title, diagrammed

     
    Fiona Apple's new album is a sentence, and a rather unruly one at that. It's called: "The idler wheel is wiser than the driver of the screw and whipping cords will serve you more than ropes will ever do," and......
  • Part Time Punks' shoegaze fest is a noisy way to end the week

     
    Park Time Punks has corralled some shoegaze staples, including Mark Gardener of Ride, and inspired young distortion-slingers for an all-night mini-festival on Sunday....
  • Dan the Automator, Dogfish concoct a beer/music mash-up

     
    Delaware's adventurous Dogfish Head Brewery this week began shipping a beer-and-vinyl boxed set dubbed "Positive Contact," a limited-run collaboration that pairs a 10-inch white vinyl of Dan "The Automator" Nakamura's Deltron 3030 music project with six...
  • Another bite of Fiona Apple's 'Idler Wheel'

     
    Fiona Apple had a lot to say during her recent interview with Steve Appleford and the L.A. Times, including how she came up with the 23-word title to her new album....
  • In Rotation: Francis Bebey's 'African Electronic Music, 1975-1982'

     
    A new reissue of work by Cameroonian-born songwriter Francis Bebey explores his fascinating take on makossa music by way of synthesizers and drum machines on "African Electronic Music, 1975-1982." The Times' pop critic Randall Roberts listens....
  • Review: Power 106 FM's Powerhouse at Honda Center

     
    Power 106 FM kept its annual summer hip-hop show, Powerhouse, old school and relatively orthodox, with rappers Snoop Dogg, T.I. and Young Jeezy leading a show that was light on the dance-oriented pop hits that dominate the airwaves. The Times' August...
  • Review: Glen Campbell's farewell at the Hollywood Bowl

     
    Glen Campbell performed his final Los Angeles concert at the Hollywood Bowl on Sunday night. Times pop music critic Randall Roberts reviews....
  • Music to My Eyes

    Music to My Eyes
    It wasnÂ’t seeing Jimi Hendrix set his guitar on fire at the Monterey Pop Festival that made him do it (though that was a factor). It was moments later, as producer Lou Adler strutted around with one of the hottest women ever. That was the moment Jeff...
  • 'The Double Life Is Twice as Good' by Jonathan Ames

    Jonathan Ames may be the closest thing our generation gets to Norman Mailer. Literally a literary pugilist -- his essay of a boxing bout with another writer is included -- he's got an ever-present, outsized sense of himself. He's willing to have...