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  • The xx play the Henry Fonda Theater on Saturday

     
    Listening to The xx is the musical equivalent of seeing through a glass darkly. The perpetually black-clad trio crafts spare, skeletal grooves and shrouds them with pulsing electronic beats, spectral atmospherics and breathy boy-girl vocals. But the...
  • Friday: The Glitch Mob rock the Henry Fonda Theater

     
    Though the Glitch Mob have been turning out high-energy live shows for some time now — first at underground spots like the club night Low End Theory, more recently at higher-profile gigs like Coachella — their published discography essentially co...
  • Concrete Blonde at the Music Box on Monday night

     
    Iconic alt/goth rockers Concrete Blonde cultivated a strong cult following in the '80s and '90s, largely due to lead singer-songwriter Johnette Napolitano's charismatic vocals and poignant lyrics. The band is now re-formed for the 20 Years of...
  • Nikita, Film Bigwigs Gay at Studio Party

     
    Sept. 19, 1959: The Mirror-News gets a photo of Nikita Khrushchev from a TV monitor. An early frame grab! And photos on the cover for the 10-star edition. First celebrities to arrive at the studio to greet the premier were Henry Fonda, producer Jerry Wald...
  • Movie Star Mystery Photo

     
    Los Angeles Times file photo Update: Richard Quine and first his wife, Susan Paley, 1942. Richard Quine, 68, Film Director, Dies of Gunshot Wound June 13, 1989 By EDWARD J. BOYER, Times Staff Writer Film director Richard Quine, whose string of comedy hits...
  • Music tonight: Fever Ray and more

     
    Our music pick tonight: Fever Ray at the Glass House in Pomona at 8 p.m. The female half of acclaimed electro-experimentalists the Knife, Karin Dreijer Andersson strikes out on her own with a stunning self-titled solo album. With her distinctive, hawk-ish...
  • Sunny Day Real Estate reunites for tour, wants to make you cry again

     
    Emerging from Seattle's heady, aggressive grunge scene in the early 1990s, Sunny Day Real Estate did the unthinkable. It made punk pretty. It didn't hurt that singer Jeremy Enigk looked like an angel, with wide, innocent eyes and a wounded......
  • Imogen Heap, tonight at the Henry Fonda Theater

     
    This British-born singer-songwriter (formerly of Frou Frou) had a breakout hit with 2005's 'Hide and Seek,' and now she's back with her third solo album, 'Ellipse.' 8p.m., Henry Fonda Theater 6126 Hollywood Blvd. (Sold Out) --Ramie Becker Photo credit:...
  • Hollywood is ground zero for L.A. beer? At least this weekend

     
    When the first tap at the Hollywood Brew Fest is pulled sometime around 2 p.m. Saturday, it will officially mark the start of an all-day affair celebrating craft beer. But it will symbolize much more. Organized by Brian Lenzo of......
  • Giving L.A. another reason to drink beer this weekend: The Dum Dum Girls

     
    Our highfalutin artsy friends at Culture Monster will be spending Saturday night at the Museum of Contemporary Art to take in Lady Gaga, and while we're down with her performance art put-ons, drinking fancy colorful drinks loaded with vodka just......
  • Ravonettes, tonight at the Henry Fonda Theater

     
    This Danish duo's got one foot in 60's garage pop and the other in fuzzed-out psych rock- and it works like a charm. Sune Rose Wagner and Sharin Foo have been making sweet psychedelic sounds together since 2001, melding everything from ‘50s harmony-...