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Queens of the Stone Age (music group)

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  • Lady Gaga's new video for 'Applause': All Gaga, all the time

    Lady Gaga's new video for 'Applause': All Gaga, all the time
    The images flash with the rhythms, each a visual love letter to the woman at the center of her new video for "Applause." Lady Gaga. Lady Gaga. Lady Gaga. Then, just when you most expect it -- more Lady Gaga. "I live for the applause, applause, applause,"...
  • Review: Queens of the Stone Age demolish the Gibson Amphitheatre

    Review: Queens of the Stone Age demolish the Gibson Amphitheatre
    Some bands are better than others.  Chord by chord, line by line, beat by beat, hook by glorious hook, none is as convincing in 2013 as the Queens of the Stone Age. Even their codas kill. The 6,000 heads moving in lockstep unison Saturday night at the...
  • Review: Queens of the Stone Age delivers with '… Like Clockwork'

    How many major contemporary rock bands are we down to in America? A couple dozen, maybe? That's the desert-dry landscape that Queens of the Stone Age returns to with "… Like Clockwork," and fortunately it does everything a good rock record should...
  • Album of the Day 8/23/13: Tetramer - Another Public Meltdown

    Album of the Day 8/23/13: Tetramer - Another Public Meltdown
    Turn your FM radio on right now and flip yourself up and down the dial.  Like the old lady from those old commercials imploring you to find the beef, I'm sitting here asking, "Where's the rock?"  I'm not talking the same five Led Zeppelin, Aerosmith and...
  • Listen to two new songs by Franz Ferdinand

    Listen to two new songs by Franz Ferdinand
    One pleasant surprise Pop & Hiss experienced at Coachella this year was the return of Franz Ferdinand, which played a taut, energetic Saturday-night set that made us realize how much we'd missed the Scottish dance-rock dukes. The band hasn't put out a...
  • Lou Reed reportedly recovering from liver transplant

    Lou Reed is recuperating after a liver transplant that saved his life, said the New York rocker's wife, Laurie Anderson, in an interview published Saturday in the Times of London. "It's as serious as it gets," Anderson told the newspaper of the...
  • Bob Dylan reportedly on track for France's Legion of Honor

    Bob Dylan reportedly on track for France's Legion of Honor
    Bob Dylan is bringing it all back home. A year after the legendary singer-songwriter was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom, he's set to be decorated with France's prestigious Legion of Honor, according to Reuters, which said that a 17-member...
  • Album review: Queens of the Stone Age, ' ... Like Clockwork'

    Album review: Queens of the Stone Age, ' ... Like Clockwork'
    *** (out of four) Queens of the Stone Age can be a difficult band to monitor. Not only has it been six long, side project-laden years since its last album ("Era Vulgaris"), but the revolving door nature of the group's lineup means that you may want to...
  • Review: Bjork explores nature in 'Biophilia' at the Palladium

    Review: Bjork explores nature in 'Biophilia' at the Palladium
    Björk began her Sunday night concert at the Hollywood Palladium with a definition of terms, and as usual for Iceland’s foremost sonic adventurer, those definitions were about as broad as possible. “Welcome to 'Biophilia,'” said the...
  • Joshua Homme and Queens of the Stone Age are back on the clock

    Joshua Homme and Queens of the Stone Age are back on the clock
    Up in a third-floor dressing room at the Wiltern, Joshua Homme is drinking Mexican beer and struggling to enjoy a borrowed ultra-slim cigarette. The singer-guitarist from Queens of the Stone Age looks and sounds the same as always, a big, wisecracking...
  • Live review: Sound City Players at the Hollywood Palladium

    Live review: Sound City Players at the Hollywood Palladium
    “Rick Springfield, you have a song that people recognize after three frigging notes. Congratulations, Rick frigging Springfield,” Dave Grohl said on Thursday to his colleague in a new band celebrating the former Van Nuys recording studio Sound...