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  • All hail the Marshall stack: The amplifiers that built rock

     
    Rock amplifier innovator Jim Marshall died on Thursday. Times pop music critic Randall Roberts offers insight into the importance of the "Marshall stack" as a symbol in rock & roll....
  • Coachella 2012: Gary Clark Jr. versus Death Grips

     
    At Coachella 2012, two very different artists, Gary Clark Jr. and Death Grips, channeled a similar spirit with very different tools. Times pop music critic Randall Roberts offers a glimpse....
  • Vince Gill is the 'Guitar Slinger' on first album in five years

     
    Vince Gill talks about 'Guitar Slinger,' the country singer-songwriter-guitarist's first album in five years. Vince Gill stretches out as an instrumentalist on this album....
  • 72 Hours: High Places, Still Corners among weekend's top gigs

     
    High Places: Since relocating to L.A. from Brooklyn a few years back, the High Places duo of Rob Barber and Mary Pearson have remained relatively anonymous on the local scene. High Places' third album, "Original Colors" should raise the pair's profile....
  • Curiosity for Rent: Krotona apartments in the Hollywood Hills

     
    “I’m probably the only guy with a motorcycle in his apartment,” Wilfred Biggs says. He opens the door to his studio at the Krotona apartments, originally built by the Theosophical Society in 1912. Although the sect, founded in 1875,...
  • Hurley X Rick Griffin collaboration catches a psychedelic wave

     
    The newest addition to Hurley's H Space Artist Collection series is a series of five graphic T-shirts adorned with the artwork of the late artist Rick Griffin, as well as a collaboration with Converse on a limited-edition Jack Purcell shoe....
  • Show respect for national anthem in Indiana -- or maybe face fine

     
    Roseanne Barr might want to stay out of Indiana – if a state lawmaker succeeds in passing legislation to require performance standards for playing or singing of the national anthem....
  • In Rotation: The Roots' 'Undun'

     
    A series in Sunday Calendar about what Times writers & contributors are listening to right now... If the Roots ever decide to slow down, one of them should write a business book, because over the course of their varied and......
  • Sundance 2012: On the trail of a mysterious star, Rodriguez

     
    The documentary "Searching for Sugar Man" was much more of a crowd pleaser than the less-than-full house at the Library Theater in Park City, Utah, had expected....
  • 'Daydream Believers' will miss Davy Jones

     
    The ex-Monkee's death at 66 is sad, and a reminder to people of a certain age that none of us are getting any younger....
  • From Run-DMC to U2, the durability of the Monkees & Davy Jones

     
    Television was the priority, but the Monkees still made a lasting impression on pop music. The band's string of hits between 1966 and 1968 may have initially cashed in on Beatlemania, but the songs have long transcended novelty status, no doubt due in...