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  • Protest songs with Emily Lacy at Machine Project

     
    With local folk artist Emily Lacy and musician Daniel Brummel, Machine Project will be hosting an evening of protest songs from all eras, some of them rejiggered to fit the times, a flexibility embedded in the fabric of folk music....
  • Album review: Ryan Adams' 'Ashes & Fire'

     
    Beyond Ryan Adams’ well-documented personal life — his marriage to Mandy Moore; his battle with the hearing disorder Meniere’s disease — lies the fleshy heart and soul of a brilliant singer and songwriter. His fragile lyrics and...
  • Live: Bryan Ferry at the Greek Theatre

     
    Bryan Ferry performed in L.A. for the first time in a decade Saturday night at the Greek Theatre. Mikael Wood reviews the Roxy Music singer's show....
  • 'The X Factor' recap: Back to the judges' homes

     
    A recap of the X Factor, judges' houses round, part two, in which Chris Rene and Melanie Amaro perform....
  • Flaming Lips' Wayne Coyne talks 24-hour song, buying human skulls

     
    The Flaming Lips record a single song that runs 24 hours. Oklahoma city-based Flaming Lips top their own recent exercise in excess with a song that lasts six hours....
  • Man Booker win shoots Julian Barnes to Amazon's top 10

     
    After his Man Booker Prize win, people are snapping up Julian Barnes' novel "The Sense of an Ending."...
  • Stones Throw's Anika, more than just a 'weird singer'

     
    Anika is more than just a "weird singer."...
  • Elaine Stritch and the Town Hall: They're still here

     
    Veteran performer Elaine Stritch has performed in a lot of places, but until Saturday never in New York's venerable Town Hall. Together, the two Broadway institutions are 176 years old and they suit each other....
  • Live: The War on Drugs at the Satellite

     
    Philadelphia guitar rock band The War on Drugs gigged at Silver Lake club the Satellite on Saturday night. Times pop critic Randall Roberts reviews....
  • Album review: Miranda Lambert's 'Four the Record'

     
    Country firebrand Miranda Lambert took a quantum leap forward, artistically and commercially, with her third album, “Revolution,” which ushered her from promising newcomer to the front lines of contemporary country music. This successor...
  • Pop music review: Earl Scruggs lets his banjo do the talking

     
    The 87-year-old bluegrass pioneer lets his still-impressive banjo skills (and son Gary) do the talking for him in a solid if almost rote performance. Country music deifies its elders but not always for what they have left to give. Saturday......