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Liz Phair

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  • Liz Phair on new record: 'I'm going to get this one right'

     
    Liz Phair is working on a new album. "My fantasy is that this comes out on Matador," she says, referring to the independent that released her first three albums, including the career-defining "Exile in Guyville." Liz Phair resurfaces with music on the...
  • Ann and Nancy Wilson of Heart christen 'Who Shot Rock & Roll' opening

     
    The opening of the "Who Shot Rock & Roll" photo exhibit at the Annenberg Space for Photography included Ann and Nancy Wilson, founders of Heart, stepping onto a stage to perform a short set of classics....
  • Songwriters: Pen an ode to West Hollywood, win $5,000 in prizes

     
    West Hollywood is looking for a new song to rep its city, and have announced a contest: Write a song with the words "West Hollywood" in the lyrics, win $5,000 in prizes. The Times' Randall Roberts offers some Angeleno tips on topics....
  • Radiohead postpones seven dates in wake of Toronto stage collapse

     
    Radiohead today announced the cancelation of seven upcoming European tour dates, in wake of a stage collapse that killed one and injured three before the band's show in Toronto last Saturday. In a statement, the band said it intends to continue its tour...
  • In rotation: Kelly Hogan's 'I Like to Keep Myself in Pain'

     
    “My name is Frank Sinatra,” sings Kelly Hogan on the M. Ward-penned “Daddy’s Little Girl,” a tune she delivers with gripping drama. And there are 12 more gems on Hogan's "I Like To Keep Myself In Pain."...
  • D'Angelo returning to Los Angeles with House of Blues concert

     
    R&B recluse D'Angelo is in hiding no more. After appearing with the Roots at Bonnaroo in June, the sonic manipulator of funk and soul has booked a surprise July 4 date at West Hollywood's House of Blues, according to promoter Live Nation....
  • Green Day cancels Burbank show it never officially announced

     
    Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong has been hyping a free rock 'n' roll "sex party" since June 13 near the offices of their record company, Warner Bros. Records, but Burbank city officials evidently weren't so pleased with the setup, so the concert that...
  • KCRW launches Spotify application

     
    Today, Spotify added an actual in-real-life radio station to its growing list of offerings, as influential Santa Monica public radio station KCRW-FM (89.9) has launched its very own application for the popular music-on-demand service....
  • Dar Williams rocks a little harder in new trio format

    It was a busy morning at the Dar Williams household when she picked up the phone to do an interview. As Williams fielded questions about her current tour and her latest CD, "Promised Land," she was also dealing with the needs of her four-year-old son,...
  • An education in politics

    An education  in politics
    On the first day of kindergarten at Grace and St. Peter's School, a quiet girl was sitting alone, a new student in a room of boisterous children. • Stephanie Rawlings marched up, introduced herself and took charge: "You're going to play with us...
  • 'Girl Power' by Marisa Meltzer and 'Culture Is Our Weapon' by Patrick Neate and Damian Platt

    'Girl Power' by Marisa Meltzer and 'Culture Is Our Weapon' by Patrick Neate and Damian Platt
    Girl Power The Nineties Revolution in Music Marisa Meltzer Faber & Faber: 162 pp., $14 paper Culture Is Our Weapon Making Music and Changing Lives in Rio de Janeiro Patrick Neate and Damian Platt, preface by Caetano Veloso Penguin: 224 pp., $14...