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  • 'Dueling Harps' at REDCAT mixes strings, vocals

    'Dueling Harps' at REDCAT mixes strings, vocals
    There's nothing like a little harp music to soothe jangled nerves. Popular at weddings, funerals and not a few brises, the age-old instrument, with its sensual curves and ethereal-sounding glissandi, not only has an aristocratic air but also seems an...
  • 'Dark Night of the Soul' can be seen but not heard

    'Dark Night of the Soul' can be seen but not heard
    Call it this year's most notable cross-species creative partnership: When Grammy-winning studio whiz Danger Mouse reached out to musical surrealist Sparklehorse about a possible collaboration in 2004, the stated intention was to make music, not art....
  • Looks Like the future's bright

    Looks Like the future's bright
    The final performance of a two-day street festival is the one typically reserved for the headliner. Yet timing wasn't working in the Like's favor on this late May Sunday evening. "There were a lot more people here last night," said bassist Laena Geronimo...
  • No little-sister act for Solange Knowles

    No little-sister act for Solange Knowles
    Solange Knowles has a background in overcoming unexpected obstacles. In 2004, the soul chanteuse -- familiar to most who've heard her name as the younger sister of Beyoncé Knowles -- married football player Daniel Smith when she was only 17. Later that...
  • Live review: Broken Bells at the Troubadour

     
    Nearly 30-minutes into an hour-long set, and in the midst of a rather ornate keyboard-led number, Broken Bells lead singer James Mercer tried to put a naive lover in her place. "You got me wrong," he sang during the chorus......
  • Is it time to care about the Like again?

     
    So let's get the skepticism out of the way. Well connected and well financed, the Like were the can't-miss Los Angeles band that missed. The band's 2005 Geffen release "Are You Thinking What I'm Thinking?" came and went without impacting......
  • Broken Bells play the Fonda tonight

     
    As evidenced by his Beatles-vs.-Jay-Z mash-up, “The Grey Album,” and his future-funk collaboration with rapper Cee-Lo, Gnarls Barkley, the producer-DJ Danger Mouse is fond of cross-genre experimentation and synergistic partnerships. His latest ex...
  • Cee-Lo Green 'lays it down' with new television show on Fuse

     
    Cee-Lo Green wasn’t exactly looking to become a television star -- until the opportunity was handed to him. When the cable network Fuse went to the Gnarls Barkley rapper-singer with the idea for a new music show, “Lay It Down,”......
  • Cee-Lo releases video to unprintably titled viral smash

     
    Cee-Lo Green has a knack for releasing songs that go viral, which may be the result of writing tunes with hooks centered on acronyms derived from the phrase "fornication under consent of the king." First, it was "Crazy," leaked in......
  • Ne-Yo, Keri Hilson and the style that lasts: R&B

    Ne-Yo, Keri Hilson and the style that lasts: R&B
    LOOKING classic-casual in a summer blazer, gray fedora and matching silk scarf, Ne-Yo leaned over his laptop in a West Hollywood recording studio one mid- August afternoon, playing selections from "Year of the Gentleman," his third solo album, out Sept....
  • In Macon, music softens a racial divide

    In Macon, music softens a racial divide
    The three deejays spun R&B and hip-hop, with a focus on oldies, party anthems and black artists gone mainstream -- Michael Jackson, OutKast, Gnarls Barkley. These were carefully chosen common denominators, songs that black and white club-goers might...
  • Deeply committed to Gnarls Barkley

    Deeply committed to Gnarls Barkley
    MOST pop acts would love to have a hit single, but be careful what you wish for. Topping the chart can be hazardous to an artist's health, especially an out-of-nowhere hit by an unknown. It can make a career, of course, but it can also overexpose the...