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L.A. Times - Pop & Hiss

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Metal and beer: Deftones jump into arena with Iron Maiden, Mastadon, Opeth and Killswitch Engage in battle for ale supremacy

1 day ago
When singer-guitarist Chino Moreno and the alt-metal band he co-founded, Deftones, first went on the road in the early 1990s, they figured they’d hit the big time when they could demand tour promoters supply them with cases of beer. Their brand of ... more info

The Billboard Music Awards were deeply forgettable — except for these 3 moments

3 days ago
Drake, Cher and Celine Dion provided three of the only memorable moments in a typically lackluster show. more info

'Here we still are': What worked and what didn't at U2's 'The Joshua Tree' revival at the Rose Bowl

4 days ago
The members of U2 had much more than nostalgia on their minds when they performed their landmark 1987 album, “The Joshua Tree,” from beginning to end Saturday night at the Rose Bowl. Part of a world tour timed to commemorate the album’s 30th an... more info

'Wanna do one more?': Harry Styles jams with Stevie Nicks at the Troubadour

5 days ago
Well, where else was he going to do it? With his new self-titled solo album, Harry Styles of the British boy band One Direction is reintroducing himself as the world’s youngest classic-rock star: a 23-year-old singer and songwriter with a pretty he... more info

The Beatles’ best album is really its worst. ‘Sgt. Pepper,’ we need to talk

6 days ago
“Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” is the Beatles’ worst album. But let me save you the outrage you may think I’m looking to foment. I’m not saying it’s a bad record; I’m merely pointing out that the most impactful rock band in h... more info

California Sounds: Ozomatli travels to Kingston; Tim Heidecker wanders inside Trump's psyche; and Sparks imagines God's annoyances

6 days ago
Ozomatli, “Non-Stop Mexico to Jamaica” (Cleopatra). Two decades into a fascinating journey that’s carried them to such far-flung locales as Myanmar, Mongolia, Palestine, Poland, the White House and the Austin, Texas, city jail (the result of a... more info

With Chris Cornell's death, a generation lost its Robert Plant

7 days ago
For those too young to have Led Zeppelin, we got Soundgarden. The shared legacy was always up front with the two bands — the snaking odd-time riffs, Chris Cornell’s guttural howl and wild-man shriek, the constant bare torso and the feeling that t... more info

Chris Cornell had one of rock's great voices — and one of its most curious minds

7 days ago
No matter its setting, the voice is what hit you first: that brawny yet soulful wail, grounded in sorrow but always reaching upward for a way out of the muck. Chris Cornell, who died Wednesday at age 52, reportedly of suicide, was one of the great ro... more info

Chris Cornell, who helped reignite hard rock in the 1990s with Soundgarden dies at 52

7 days ago
Chris Cornell, an icon of the ’90s hard rock grunge movement and the anchor of Soundgarden and Audioslave, was never quiet about his need to perform. The artist, whose death at age 52 was reported early Thursday after a Wednesday night Soundgarden ... more info

From the archives: Read a 1991 Times interview with Chris Cornell on the making of Soundgarden's 'Badmotorfinger'

7 days ago
Chris Cornell, a founding member and singer for hard rock bands Soundgarden and Audioslave, was found dead on Thursday in Detroit. In a 1996 interview with longtime pop music writer Richard Cromelin, Cornell reflected on the success of Soundgarden... more info

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