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  • Premiere: 'Lead Me On' from Joe Henry's 'Invisible Hour' album

    Premiere: 'Lead Me On' from Joe Henry's 'Invisible Hour' album
    Pop & Hiss is premiering “Lead Me On,” a track from Joe Henry’s forthcoming album “Invisible Hour,” his first studio collection in almost three years. It’s an emotionally raw, folk-rooted ballad of romantic and...
  • Frankie Knuckles dies at 59; DJ helped create house music

    Frankie Knuckles dies at 59; DJ helped create house music
    Frankie Knuckles, a record producer and disc jockey who helped develop the sound and culture of house music — a style of Chicago dance music that revolutionized club culture in the 1970s and '80s and resonates today — died Monday at his home...
  • Neil Finn strives for new sensations in 'Dizzy Heights'

     Neil Finn strives for new sensations in 'Dizzy Heights'
    A lyric from the title track from New Zealand rocker Neil Finn's new solo album, "Dizzy Heights," crystallizes much of what the erstwhile member of Crowded House, Split Enz and the Finn Brothers is up to on his latest work. "Help me make up a new sound,...
  • Sara Gilbert of 'The Talk,' 'Roseanne' marries Linda Perry

    Sara Gilbert of 'The Talk,' 'Roseanne' marries Linda Perry
    Sara Gilbert and her girlfriend, Linda Perry, got married Sunday, her co-hosts on "The Talk" announced Monday on the show. "Let's get started with a big congratulations for our own Sara Gilbert, who got married last night," Julie Chen said. "It was...
  • Valerie June learned about music at church, home -- and from Britney

    Valerie June learned about music at church, home -- and from Britney
    The morning after firebrand singer Valerie June’s swing through L.A. to open for Sharon Jones at the Wiltern on Tuesday, she had a whirlwind day of activities related to promoting her acclaimed 2013 album “Pushin’ Against a Stone”...
  • In Post-Minimalism's music, everyone gets along

     In Post-Minimalism's music, everyone gets along
    Before there was Minimalism there was Post-Minimalism. That might seem hardly feasible if you put your trust in time being an irreversible process. Theoretical physics, however, allows for a more open future in which the concepts of past and present...
  • Remembering a house music legend: Why Frankie Knuckles mattered

    Remembering a house music legend: Why Frankie Knuckles mattered
    Many waking up to find the name "Frankie Knuckles" trending this morning may have been a little baffled, wondering whether perhaps an old-time pugilist had passed. In a sense this was true, but instead of his fists, the Chicago dance music producer...
  • Diana Ross, Pharrell help MOCA mark 'new era' at star-filled gala

    Diana Ross, Pharrell help MOCA mark 'new era' at star-filled gala
    Diana Ross, in a ruffled crimson dress layered with sparkles, strutted across the stage Saturday night at the Museum of Contemporary Art's gala, belting out the lyrics to a classic tune that had particular resonance: “Did you think I’d...
  • Review: Diverse works given life in Conlon's 'Recovered Voices'

     Review: Diverse works given life in Conlon's 'Recovered Voices'
    Conductor James Conlon is a one-man archaeological dig when it comes to resurrecting long-forgotten composers whose work was suppressed by Nazi Germany. But in the "Recovered Voices" chamber program he led at the Broad Stage on Thursday, the pieces...
  • Dr. Dre, mega-producer Jimmy Iovine tell USC applicants they're in

    Dr. Dre, mega-producer Jimmy Iovine tell USC applicants they're in
    When high school senior Sarah Allen checked her email after lacrosse practice on Thursday, she saw an email from USC with the subject line: "A message from dean Erica Muhl." Puzzled, the Overland Park, Kan., native opened the email and clicked on the...
  • MLB hopes to hit one out of the park with MTV2's 'Off the Bat'

    MLB hopes to hit one out of the park with MTV2's 'Off the Bat'
    NEW YORK — Cable-television shows about baseball are as common this time of year as a slow-footed first baseman or a hard-throwing leftie. But what about a series in which studio hosts drool over the big numbers a player puts up on…Twitter?...