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Arctic Monkeys (music group)

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  • Black Keys and Arctic Monkeys to rock Norfolk in March

    Black Keys and Arctic Monkeys to rock Norfolk in March
    Two powerful modern rock bands will burst into Norfolk, guitars blazing, in March. An announcement made Monday, Dec. 5, said that the American band Black Keys will team with England's Arctic Monkeys for a show March 23 at the Ted Constant Center....
  • 'Take This Waltz' review: People gotta stay cool around hot neighbors

    'Take This Waltz' review: People gotta stay cool around hot neighbors
    ***1/2 (out of four) “You used to get it in your fishnets; now you only get it in your nightdress.” -- Arctic Monkeys, “Fluorescent Adolescent” The crushingly true drama “Take This Waltz” does not include the above...
  • Review: Black Keys and Arctic Monkeys unleashed old-school rock fury in Norfolk

    Review: Black Keys and Arctic Monkeys unleashed old-school rock fury in Norfolk
    In some ways, it was just like 1974. Two guitar-slinging rock bands -- one British, one American -- cranking up the nasty distortion and battering an arena packed with hard-partying, fist-pumping fans. Unlike '74, though, there wasn't thick, weedy...
  • Even More Diggy: Kyles Files Complete Q&A with Diggy Simmons

    Even More Diggy: Kyles Files Complete Q&A with Diggy Simmons
    Congratulations, haters. Well, semi-congratulations. You were this close to stopping Diggy Simmons from rapping. But you ultimately failed in your mission of stopping† the 16-year-old son of Joseph (aka Rev Run) and nephew of Russell Simmons from...
  • Q&A: Rodriguez, star of the documentary 'Searching for Sugar Man'

    Q&A: Rodriguez, star of the documentary 'Searching for Sugar Man'
    Spoiler alert: Little-known, critically acclaimed early 1970s folk singer Rodriguez is not, contrary to popular belief, dead. Yet, as chronicled in the Sundance award-winning film “Searching for Sugar Man,” that’s what many fans in...
  • Coachella's first two days a rollicking rock-dance party

    IT'S a gross generality to say that kids today have an inborn sense of privilege. Disapproving (bitter?) elders say that privileged young people expect it all — lifelong comfort, satisfaction without much effort, drive-through food and instant...
  • Rating the rising frontmen at Coachella

    Among other things, the three-day Coachella festival provided a prominent showcase for a handful of young singers whose profiles figure to get a major boost from their shows. Here's a look at a few whose faces and voices figure to be part of the scene for...
  • Coachella festival: Start preparing now

    THE Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival is held on the lush grounds of the Empire Polo Field. In its eighth year, the largest music festival in California has expanded from two to three days and continues to improve on problems that plagued it in the...
  • Coachella presents a day full of pivotal moments

    For Los Angeles bands, Coachella is almost a hometown gig, despite its distance in miles and mind-set from the city. During the Silversun Pickups' performance on the main stage Friday afternoon, singer Brian Aubert told the crowd that the band has been on...
  • Subtle but memorable at Coachella

    "I tell you, that's a very loud ice-cream van over there," Damon Albarn told his audience Saturday at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival's Outdoor Theater. It wasn't actually an ice-cream van. It was dance-music star TiŽsto, the only DJ at this...
  • Scott Walker, musical mystery man

    The early scenes of the documentary look like some lost reel from "This Is Spinal Tap," spanning what seems like half of rock history -- complete with hem lengths and haircuts. But the protagonist is not a metalhead but a Zelig-like figure: Here he is as...
  • Paperback Writers: Sillitoe's still running

    Paperback Writers: Sillitoe's still running
    Alan Sillitoe, now in his 80s, grew up in Nottingham, in the English midlands, in the kind of squalor and poverty that, a century earlier, gave Charles Dickens nightmares. Sillitoe's father was a violent drunk; his mother, on occasion, was forced to...