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  • Interpol reboots after career crossroads

    Interpol reboots after career crossroads
    Interpol recently released one of its most accomplished albums, "El Pintor" (Matador), its first in four years. But founding guitarist Daniel Kessler says he had no idea what to expect when it first started taking shape with the band at a career...
  • Regrouped TV on the Radio hits road, plants new 'Seeds'

    Regrouped TV on the Radio hits road, plants new 'Seeds'
    The main attraction at a sold-out gig, TV on the Radio wasn't scheduled to perform until after 10 p.m. But at Pappy & Harriet's, the dusty little roadhouse off Route 62 near Joshua Tree, sound check is far from a private affair. So on a recent Friday...
  • 'Master Mix' an homage to composer Arthur Russell

    'Master Mix' an homage to composer Arthur Russell
    Thousands of new pop, hip-hop, EDM, rock, country and R&B offerings have been uploaded and eclipsed since we all put away our Anna, Elsa and Lorde Halloween costumes. Where to start? Here are three albums worthy of a closer look: Various Artists,...
  • Coral Skies debuts at Cruzan

    Coral Skies debuts at Cruzan
    Fans came clad in both bohemian styles and band T-shirts to the Coral Skies Music Festival in West Palm Beach on Sunday. Blankets were brought and folding chairs were lugged as concert aficionados walked around the venue sampling food truck cuisine,...
  • Rock 'n' roll footnote: Chuck Taylor sneakers

    Rock 'n' roll footnote: Chuck Taylor sneakers
    "We were pretty conscious of wanting to look a certain way. We wanted people to recognize us as being in a band when we walked down the street, even if they didn't know which band we were. Chuck Taylors signaled that." — Albert Hammond Jr. of...
  • Sia keeps the pain alive on '1000 Forms of Fear'

    “Party girls don’t get hurt,” Sia claims in her Top 20 summer hit “Chandelier,” which also opens her new album. It’s an idea she spends the rest of “1000 Forms of Fear” disproving. An Australian singer and...
  • Ticket alert: Coral Skies Music Festival at Cruzan

    Ticket alert: Coral Skies Music Festival at Cruzan
    Because you can never have too much good outdoor music during what passes for fall in South Florida, Live Nation has created the Coral Skies Music Festival, a kaleidoscope of youthful acts gathering Oct. 26 at the Cruzan Amphitheatre in West Palm Beach....
  • FYF Fest puts the unexpected together and makes it rock

    FYF Fest puts the unexpected together and makes it rock
    When FYF Fest began in 2004, it was, essentially, a punk rock festival in Echo Park clubs. In the fest's early years, bands like Circle Jerks, No Age and the Bronx established FYF as a safe space for weird, wild and aggressive rock.  More than a...
  • FYF Festival has new venue but old headaches

     FYF Festival has new venue but old headaches
    The FYF Festival's mission sounds simple enough: Book a bunch of inventive, inspired musicians onto a big footprint in Exposition Park and inside the Los Angeles Sports Arena, set up some stages and sell tickets. Fans get to hang out on pretty land just...
  • All-star Sept. 28 George Harrison benefit moves to Fonda Theatre

    All-star Sept. 28 George Harrison benefit moves to Fonda Theatre
    An all-star tribute to the music of George Harrison scheduled for Sept. 28 has sold out and will move from the original site at the El Rey Theatre in Los Angeles to the Fonda Theatre in Hollywood, event organizers announced Monday. The move will allow...
  • With the Voidz, a startling shift for the Strokes' Julian Casablancas

    With the Voidz, a startling shift for the Strokes' Julian Casablancas
    Musicians come to Coachella for all kinds of reasons: to hype fresh work, unveil an anticipated reunion, collect a fat paycheck. But not many use the annual music and arts festival in Indio to turn off members of their audience, as Julian Casablancas of...