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  • 72 Hours: Le Butcherettes and Devotchka among the weekend's top gigs

     
    72 Hours apologizes for missing its deadline. Friday Medeski Martin and Wood @ the El Rey. Now heading into their 20th year, the category-busting jazz trio of keyboardist John Medeski, drummer Billy Martin and bassist Chris Wood show no sign......
  • 72 Hours: Oh Land, Dom, Sharon Van Etten and more lead the weekend's top gigs

     
    Friday Oh Land @ The Music Box. A shame that Denmark's Oh Land (real name: Nanna Øland Fabricius) is confined to an opening slot on the Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark reunion tour, as the relative unknown artist on these......
  • 72 Hours: Joan of Arc strip out the oddness and Man Man make the experimental focused

     
    A look at some of the weekend's top concerts... Man Man @ the El Rey. A curious yet curiously irresistible mix of Tom Waits' carnival barker blues and the lushly twisted pop of late-period Mr. Bungle, this Philadelphia band specializes......
  • Spider-Man and Cameron Crowe movies give L.A. production a jolt

     
    Angelenos have good reason to be despondent about the flight of filming from California. After all, the upcoming alien invasion movie “Battle: Los Angeles,” was actually shot in Baton Rouge and Shreveport, La., not Southern California. “Mi...
  • The Agenda: Dance away the gluttony this weekend

     
    Thanksgiving approaches, and that means the return of tried-and-true holiday traditions, like stuffing your face with turkey and then slipping into a trytophan-induced coma for the seemingly endless duration of the day's NFL games. Still, just because...
  • KCRW's 'Morning Becomes Eclectic': The math and the music of Caribou

     
    When a man wears head-to-toe pink and he has a PhD in mathematics, well, we just don’t know what gender stereotype to slap him with. That’s the appeal of Caribou’s Daniel Snaith –- he’s not a predictable band frontman. His......
  • Tonight's music pick: Jimmy Eat World at the Wiltern

     
    Early ambassadors of the '00s emo movement, this quartet from Mesa, Ariz., found mainstream success with their untimely titled 2001 LP “Bleed American.” Touring in support of their brand-new release, “Invented,” this will be JEW's o...
  • Superchunk to perform at Origami in October; will swat away hipsters in keffiyeh scarves

     
    Superchunk - Digging For Something from Merge Records on Vimeo. Superchunk, the perennial heroes of purist indie rock from the hills of North Carolina, will be diving right into the belly of the beast on Oct. 19 at noon. Which......
  • Saturday's TV Highlights: “Cirque du Freak: The Vampire's Assistant” on Cinemax.

     
    Click here to download TV listings for the week of Sept. 12 – 18 in PDF format Click here to download TV listings for the week of Sept. 19 – 25 in PDF format This week's TV Movies Weekly TV......
  • Robert Bucksbaum on selling the Crest Theater: 'It was pretty sad'

     
    Robert Bucksbaum got to live out every film lover's dream for the past eight years, owning and operating his own movie theater, the Majestic Crest, whose marquee is something of a landmark on Westwood Boulevard here in Los Angeles. As......
  • Live review: Robyn and Kelis at Henry Fonda Music Box Theater

     
    Bonded by sensitivity, they explore personal, intimate themes. A platinum-blond proponent of Scandinavian efficiency, the Swedish electro-pop singer Robyn wasted no time getting to her point Friday night at the Henry Fonda Music Box Theater in Hollywood....