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  • Downloads count as votes on 'The Voice'; two songs land on iTunes chart

     
    With a wealth of music-based competitions on the air, NBC’s “The Voice” has still found a way to separate itself from the rest. On Tuesday’s first live show, where the contestants competed for America’s vote and not those...
  • Album review: Death Cab for Cutie, 'Codes and Keys'

     
    3 stars (out of 4) Death Cab for Cutie’s seventh studio album, “Codes and Keys” (Atlantic), pulses with the sound of tires on pavement, life blurring past a bus window on the road. Tucked inside its shifting scenery is a......
  • 'Guyanese' story and actor¿s portrayal are engaging

    Cultural standards, religious mores and sexuality collide head on in the thought-provoking “No Word In Guyanese For Me” playing at the Sidewalk Studio Theatre in Burbank. Playwright Wendy Graf’s world-premiere script is a remarkably...
  • Speaking with Buffy Sainte-Marie: Activist singer say music can still change the world

     
    In 1964, when singer Buffy Sainte-Marie wrote the anti-war song “Universal Soldier,” it was but one voice in a chorus of protest songs: Bob Dylan singing “The Times They Are a-Changing,” Pete Seeger singing “Where Have All...
  • 2 days after drug arrest, singer Sebastian Bach laughs it off, sings well in Allentown

     
    For a man who said he had a long night Tuesday after a reported marijuana possession arrest in New Jersey, former Skid Row front man Sebastian Bach was in pretty fine voice – and spirits – during a visit to......
  • Dance review: Lucinda Childs revives 'Dance' at Royce Hall

     
    Mark Swed reviews Lucinda Childs' revival of her groundbreaking "Dance" at Royce Hall, UCLA...
  • Ambient beat producer Matthewdavid's 'Outmind' tells the story of his Los Angeles experience

     
    It was a balmy spring afternoon and the day’s woozy effect seemed magnified within the cozy, white, hillside backhouse in Highland Park. Through an open window, sunlight and breeze streamed into the home recording studio of Matthew McQueen, a.k.a....
  • Unsung heroes: Ex-tribute artist Charles Bradley finds his own voice

     
    A soul howler who’d been working construction and doing a James Brown tribute act began collaborating with Thomas Brenneck’s Menahan Street Band. Now comes a gig at the Echo. Once a touring member of Sharon Jones’ backing band the Dap-...
  • For Paul Simon, the world is his sound stage

    For Paul Simon, the world is his sound stage
    Two years ago Paul Simon traveled to Kenya with his wife, the singer Edie Brickell, and their three children. The trip wasn't strictly musical: "We went to see the migration of the animals," Simon says. But fans of this Rock and Roll Hall of Famer have...
  • Roger Nichols dies at 66; engineer gave Steely Dan its distinctive sound

    Roger Nichols dies at 66; engineer gave Steely Dan its distinctive sound
    Roger Nichols, the recording engineer who gave the music of Steely Dan the lustrous sheen that became the popular group's sonic signature, died Saturday at his Burbank home after a yearlong battle with pancreatic cancer, his family said. He was 66....
  • Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them All is performing rap on its terms

    Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them All is performing rap on its terms
    Revolutions are still televised, but they get Tumblr'd, tweeted and YouTubed first. This one started last summer when music micro-bloggers began deifying a pack of nine skateboarding, freewheeling teenaged rap vandals from Los Angeles. Full name:...