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  • FYF Fest 2012: Refused, Wild Flag, M83, Yeasayer booked

     
    Now in its ninth year, the independent-focused FYF Fest is returning to the Los Angeles State Historic Park and for the first time since moving downtown will expand from one to two days. Top-billed artists this year include the reunited Swedish punk...
  • L.A. Unheard: Steffaloo’s homemade folk

     
    The band: Steffaloo, the one-woman project of L.A.’s Steph Thompson. The sound: Steffaloo plays willowy bedroom folk with a multi-tracked edge. With last year’s self-released debut, “Meet Me in Montauk,” and the “On Fire&#...
  • L.A. Unheard: Swahili Blonde's rainbow funk

     
    Swahili Blonde's Technicolor music embraces all shades, from the acid-washed funk of "Tiny Shaman" to the bright earnestness of A-Ha cover "Scoundrel Days."...
  • L.A. Unheard: Spero's dream-pop obsession

     
    The band: Spero, a Los Angeles-based quintet. The sound: “Dream pop dream pop dream pop. [It’s] all we think about,” the band writes on its ReverbNation page, a truth reinforced by its murky bass lines and vintage synthesizers. The Cure....
  • Live: TV on the Radio, Arctic Monkeys and more at Hollywood Bowl

     
    For one of the last hurrahs of the summer, the Hollywood Bowl presented a mini-festival of nervy rock from a pastiche of traditionalists, visionaries and, most successfully, those acts that combine both impulses....
  • Fying Lotus as 'angel-spiced halibut'? Only in San Francisco

     
    Treasure Island SoundBite, a drinks-and-dinner pairing to celebrate San Francisco's Treasure Island Music Festival, is cooking up some interesting mash-ups inspired by performers, including the Stephen Malkmus and the Jicks-named beer-fried game hen and...
  • Tonight's music pick: Kissing Cousins, Oh Darling @ Silverlake Lounge

     
    An all-female indie/garage rock band from Echo Park who trade in dark tones, restrained, stripped-down instrumentation and haunting vocals ... no, not current scene darlings Warpaint, but the five-piece Kissing Cousins. Though you could be forgiven for...
  • Coachella 2011: Titus Andronicus serves one for the grown-ups

     
    Midway through an early afternoon set on Coachella's secondary mainstage, Titus Andronicus singer Patrick Stickles turned and took a swig from a cup. The crowd cheered. "Electroylytes," Stickles corrected, generating an...
  • Porcelain Black knows she's rock and roll, and doesn't care who says otherwise

     
    Porcelain Black just signed to Young Money, home of Lil Wayne and Nicki Minaj, and is opening for them on his tour. She really, really believes that she's rock and roll....
  • Brand X Files: Verizon iPhone 4 news. Ashton Kutcher's sex advice. Food trucks take a seat.

     
    Verizon iPhone coming at last: After years of rumors, Apple's iPhone is coming to Verizon on Feb. 10. As Verizon users ourselves, we just want to say: Can you hear me now? Good. [BusinessWeek] Ashton Kutcher's sex advice: The "No Strings Attached" star...
  • L.A. Unheard: 2010's breakthrough bands

     
    “I know very well how I got my name,” Morrissey once sang, and by now, you know how these nine L.A. breakthrough bands got theirs. While they may have been unknowns just months ago, in 2010, these local acts graced magazine covers, stormed major...