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  • Pop music gift guide: Because it's hard to wrap MP3s

     
    If you want to give the gift of music, these impressive new deluxe packages include some of the greatest sounds around. Syl Johnson “Complete Mythology” (Numero Group) $75 A four-CD, six-LP set, this collection spans more than a decade of......
  • Live review: Roger Waters and 'The Wall' at Staples Center

     
    Everyone else in the music business may be content to think smaller these days. Not Roger Waters. Pink Floyd’s erstwhile lead singer and songwriter not only remembers when rock music could also function as grand-scale theater, he helped arrange that.......
  • A Perfect Circle's new go-round

     
    Officially ending a six-year hiatus, the platinum-selling band has launched a tour that has brought it to the Avalon Hollywood. Maynard James Keenan is not about to explain everything for you. The brooding, melodic, hard rock he's recorded with A......
  • Phish's 2010 Halloween 'mask'? Little Feat's 'Waiting for Columbus'

     
    Well, Phish fans, we were all wrong. At least the five dozen of us who ventured guesses about which musical “mask” the Vermont jam band would don for Halloween, in response to guitarist Trey Anastasio’s recent comments to Pop &......
  • Aaron Sorkin on 'The Social Network's' problematic depiction of women

     
    There's been a lot of talk on the Web that, all of its rave reviews notwithstanding, "The Social Network" offers a crude, often misogynistic portrayal of nearly every women featured in the movie. (Or as one particularly acerbic post at......
  • Which classic album will Phish perform for Halloween 2010? Trey Anastasio offers a clue

     
    The impending arrival of Halloween often contains an added bit of excitement for Phish fans. The Vermont-based jam band has periodically used the holiday to serve up a treat of its own in the form of a full album that’s......
  • White heat: Six degrees of John Cale

     
    John Cale is the Forrest Gump of rock, linking a disparate group of tastemakers and cultural figures throughout the four-plus decades of his career. Cale will perform his 1973 album "Paris 1919" tonight at UCLA's Royce Hall, followed by a......
  • Why is Bon Jovi a nominee for the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and not Rush?

     
    Sure they had some cute hits in the '80s, but has Bon Jovi really earned the right to be nominated for the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame? As Times music critic Ann Powers accurately noted, the list of nominees......
  • Dungen and Oceans: A conversation with Gustav Estjes in advance of Waved Out 2

     
    "Skit I Allt," the title of Dungen's seventh LP loosely translates to "hell with it," but the literal American translation doesn't distill its true meaning. Gustav Estjes, the wavy-haired wizard behind the Stockholm-based quartet, has toyed with...
  • Don't listen to me, I have Screeching Weasel tattooed on my arm, but ...

     
    There's no "American Idiot" without Screeching Weasel. If the Ramones helped define the pop-punk template for urban malaise, Screeching Weasel reclaimed it for suburbia. The down-and-out, disillusioned and financially unstable couch-bound characters...
  • Album review: Robert Plant's 'Band of Joy'

     
    The natural and the supernatural have long co-mingled in the world Robert Plant inhabits, as far back as his days fronting Led Zeppelin on through his bar-raising 2007 collaboration with Alison Krauss, “Raising Sand.” So it comes as no surprise......