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  • Is corporate rock so desolate we're excited about Tenacious D?

     
    The Tenacious D pair of Jack Black and Kyle Gass have reemerged with an extended, movie-parodying clip titled "To Be the Best." Foo Fighter Dave Grohl makes an appearance, as does crooner Josh Groban, and no one seems to mind when Val Kilmer is killed....
  • Nielsen: No evidence of on-demand music streams hurting download sales

     
    Nielsen Broadcast Data Systems released a chart Wednesday suggesting that there's no evidence that on-demand streaming kills digital download sales....
  • Grammy Awards 2012: Five races to watch -- besides Adele's

     
    Grammy Awards 2012: Times pop music critic Randall Roberts picks five races to watch during Sunday's Grammy Awards in Los Angeles, including Adele's potential sweep....
  • Spotify's Daniel Ek and the music 'dinosaurs'

     
    Daniel Ek, the 28-year-old founder of Spotify who has become something of a reluctant celebrity at this year's Grammy Awards celebration, spoke at the Grammy Foundation’s Entertainment Law Initiative luncheon and said streaming music doesn't...
  • Grammys 2012: Eric Church rocks the country

     
    Metallica? AC/DC? That music, which 34-year-old firebrand Eric Church grew up with, makes its way into a style honed on the road, grabbing bar patrons’ attention....
  • The Black Keys black out Spotify, MOG, Rdio and Rhapsody

     
    The Black Keys' latest album, "El Camino," is out everywhere -- except Spotify, Rdio and Rhapsody. The band's decision, first reported by Digital Music News, comes after Coldplay and Mac Miller made similar calls earlier this year to withhold their newest...
  • Album review: The Black Keys' ‘El Camino’

     
    On their latest album, the Black Keys strip it back to the fundamentals, and they do it without sounding like anyone else. Call it the best rock album of 2011 or 2012. Or both....
  • 'Opika Pende: Africa at 78 RPM' resurrects a continent's music

     
    Jonathan Ward's ‘Opika Pende' box set resurrects the world of early African music — with a history lesson in the mix. Jonathan Ward's music room in his second-floor Angeleno Heights walk-up is a tight, comfortable space with three walls full.....
  • In rotation: El Rego's 'El Rego Et Ses Commandos'

     
    In the early 1970s, El Rego had to write a song. His country, Benin (then known as the Republic of Dahomey), had just been claimed in a military insurrection, and the army needed anthems. The coup leaders suggested (more like......
  • 72 Hours: Aimee Mann, Garfunkel & Oates and more

     
    The semi-weekly Pop & Hiss rundown of the weekend's top concerts. Friday • Garfunkel & Oates @ Largo. The duo of Riki Lindhome and Kate Micucci is going to get the novelty song tag, and no doubt the act's Upright......
  • Almost Acoustic Christmas is a gauge of rock's past, future

     
    Jane's Addiction is a parody of itself, while Black Keys and Mumford & Sons wipe out pretenses; Florence + the Machine and Foster the People are embraced. Guys with guitars roamed freely Sunday night at the Gibson Amphitheatre, where bands......