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  • Producer Lewis Pesacov helms L.A.'s sounds of summer

     
    Inside Lewis Pesacov's recording space, on the first floor of the Bedrock rehearsal complex in a dodgy stretch of Echo Park near the 2 Freeway, there is an oil portrait of the entire team of his production company Black Iris.......
  • Incoming: Members of Grandaddy, Earlimart spread the Cali love with Admiral Radley -- sort of

     
    When Modesto native and former Grandaddy leader Jason Lytle opens new project Admiral Radley with the tongue-in-cheek "I Heart California," one could easily be mistaken for believing that the artist -- who long ago relocated to Montana -- is looking......
  • The dirt on Yelawolf: A conversation with Interscope's next great hope

     
    Yelawolf’s manager calls him “Joe Dirt.” The nickname is only partly attributable to the Gadsden, Ala., rapper’s predilection for sporting a rat-tail haircut best described as a domesticated mullet. Like the titular protagonist of the 2001 David...
  • PASSINGS: Daniel Douma, May L. To

    PASSINGS: Daniel Douma, May L. To
    Daniel Douma, co-founder of the Writers Store in L.A. Daniel Douma, 63, who co-founded the Writers Store in Los Angeles to provide software and computer help to screenwriters, died of cancer June 1 in Florence, Ore., said Gabriele Meiringer, his life...
  • Ariel Pink is firmly in control of Haunted Graffiti

    Ariel Pink is firmly in control of Haunted Graffiti
    Ariel Pink seems quintessentially L.A. He's lived virtually his entire life in Los Angeles and can't imagine living anywhere else. He's written songs with titles like "Beverly Kills" and "Life in L.A.," and echoes of the city's musical past reverberate...
  • You tell us: What fashion decade do you want brought back?

     
    Fashion, by its nature, can be repetitive as designers continue to gain inspiration from -- and put new spins on -- styles and stories of decades past. Just look at our spring fashion feature from a few weeks ago, in......
  • Ann Powers: Inspiration comes hard to most of the Idols

     
    " Inspiration" is a synonym for taking in a vital breath. Pious folk in medieval times used it to describe being touched by God and directed to speak. These definitions honor the intensity of the experience, the way whatever inspires us can take over...
  • 'Idol' results show minute-by-minute: Say goodbye to Didi

     
    Most of our "Idol" pundits called it correctly, but you didn't have to be an expert to figure out that Knoxville's Didi Benami was likely going home on Wednesday night. After a mediocre performance of the '60s soul classic "What Becomes of the Broken...
  • Didi Benami: 'I'm trying not to cry so much'

     
    Even for those who haven't been tuning into season 9 of "American Idol" faithfully, newly-inducted top 12-er Didi Benami's reputation precedes her. Yes, the Knoxville, Tenn., native has the voice of an angel, but almost every time she's taken the stage,...
  • Is an indie sensibility driving 'American Idol' ratings to longtime lows?

     
    In an earlier post, Times pop music critic Ann Powers wondered whether "American Idol" contestants are going "too indie" this year. And when you look at the recent ratings, you do have to wonder whether viewers would like it better if the kids stuck...
  • Live review: Laura Veirs at Spaceland

     
    On a chilly Tuesday night that was surprisingly well-suited to the scarves, striped sweaters and scruffy beards that have overtaken Silver Lake fashion of late, Laura Veirs transported Spaceland to an unspoiled wooded corner of the Pacific Northwest....