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L.A. Times - Pop & Hiss

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Harry Styles brought thousands of teens to the Greek Theatre. We sent two adults

1 day ago
Harry Styles appeared to have lost control over the top end of his vocal range Wednesday at the Greek Theatre, where this 23-year-old heartthrob from the boy band One Direction played the second date of his first tour as a solo act. Had he gotten sic... more info

For Raphael Saadiq, a musician's work is never done

1 day ago
Musical equipment of all kinds fills Raphael Saadiq’s sprawling, carefully appointed studio complex on a nondescript industrial street in North Hollywood. But in addition to the racks of keyboards and the leopard-print bass — just some of the gea... more info

Bob Dylan 'Bootleg Series Vol. 13' to highlight his 1979-81 'Christian period'

2 days ago
Bob Dylan’s so-called Christian period in the late '70s and early ’80s is the focal point for the next installment in the ongoing “Bootleg Series” of archival releases, with the deluxe box set featuring eight CDs and one DVD that bring to lig... more info

California Sounds: New L.A. music and mixes from the Side Eyes, Carlos Niño, Tara Jane O'Neil and Wand

3 days ago
The Side Eyes, “So Sick” (In the Red). Earlier in the summer, this L.A. band celebrated its roots with a gig titled “Punk is Dad.” They shared the bill with iconic L.A. punk band Redd Kross, whose co-founder, Jeff McDonald, is Side Eyes singe... more info

Byrds co-founder Chris Hillman taps David Crosby, Roger McGuinn, Tom Petty for new solo album

5 days ago
Byrds co-founder and ace musician Chris Hillman is on the verge of releasing “Bidin’ My Time,” a new album he’s recorded with Tom Petty co-producing, but at his home office and study in Ventura this August, the artist is in a reflective mood.... more info

At the Rose Bowl, Green Day turns to the personal over the political

5 days ago
For more than a decade, Green Day has been perhaps the most explicitly political American stadium rock band. Ever since 2004’s “American Idiot” — Green Day’s multi-platinum, Broadway-adapted album that skewered the George W. Bush era — th... more info

The Who's Pete Townshend, orchestra bring classical grandeur to rock opera 'Quadrophenia' at the Greek

5 days ago
If “Tommy” is the Who’s great rock opera, its successor, “Quadrophenia,” might more accurately be described as the rock group’s great opera. That perspective is reinforced by “Pete Townshend’s Classic Quadrophenia,” which the Who’... more info

Yusuf/Cat Stevens taps classic sound in new 'The Laughing Apple' album

7 days ago
An inescapable sense of foreboding runs through “Blackness of the Night,” the opening track from “The Laughing Apple,” the new album by Yusuf, aka Cat Stevens. “In the blackness of the night I seem to wander endlessly, with a hope burning o... more info

Dave Grohl on Foo Fighters' expansive new record: 'Come on! What would Adele do?'

9 days ago
More than two decades after the band was formed, a new album from Foo Fighters isn’t just a collection of tunes written by the group’s gregarious frontman, Dave Grohl. It also serves as a referendum on the state of rock at a moment when that once... more info

Guys to headline Stagecoach 2018, but expect female artists to dominate the spotlight

9 days ago
The first impression created by the roster of headliners for the 2018 edition of the Stagecoach Country Music Festival in Indio, Calif. — Garth Brooks, Keith Urban and Florida Georgia Line — is that the same principle that’s ruled country radio... more info

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