ENTERTAINMENT MUSIC

The Good, the Bad & the Queen

Saturday 11 P.M. DON'T MISS The Good, the Bad & the Queen. (left) A Damon Albarn sighting out West is a rarity, and the leader of Blur and Gorillaz has assembled another intriguing vehicle (with prominent figures from punk, Brit-pop and Afrobeat) for his commentary — in this case, a trenchant take on mid-decade Britain. (Outdoor Theater, 11:10-end) The Black Keys. The Akron, Ohio, duo's gnarled, greasy blues-rock has made it a roots-radical driving force. (Mojave Tent, 10:50-end) CATCH IT IF YOU CAN Cornelius. The veteran innovator from Japan crafts collages and electronic mini-symphonies, covering the spectrum from the meditative to the manic. (Gobi Tent, 11:05-end) Tiësto. The Dutchman, who is one of the world's most celebrated DJs, has a new album out called "Elements of Life." (Coachella Stage, 11-end) Jack Plunkett / AP
Loading

68°