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Best Coast (music group)

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  • "American Idiot" Comes to the Bushnell in Hartford

    "American Idiot" Comes to the Bushnell in Hartford
    Certain, shall we say, issues hampering frontman Billie Joe Armstrong's ability to perform led Green Day to postpone their their fall tour behind ¡UNO!, ¡DOS! and ¡TRE!, which included a Mohegan Sun date (now on for April 6). Luckily, American Idiot, a...
  • Sam McDonald's favorite discs of 2012

    Sam McDonald's favorite discs of 2012
    I can't procrastinate anymore. It's the eleventh hour of the final day of the year. Enough of the inner dialogs and long bouts of second guessing. It's time to man up and name my favorite albums of 2012. Ugh. Truth be told, I'm of two minds when it...
  • Essential tracks: Shuggie Otis, Bleached, and Devendra

    Essential tracks: Shuggie Otis, Bleached, and Devendra
    Below are a few choice Spring releases that have been getting high-volume rotation on the stereo of one particular Volvo rolling the streets of Los Angeles. Bleached, "Ride Your Heart" (Dead Oceans) The two sisters who co-founded Bleached first earned...
  • Best Coast in relaxed mode while hard at work on second album

    Best Coast in relaxed mode while hard at work on second album
    Somewhere deep in the catacombs of Capitol Studios in Hollywood, Bethany Cosentino has found a little place of her own. It's squeezed into a tight corner in the control room of Studio B, where she sits behind an ancient synthesizer to relax or think or...
  • The Darlin opener for Best Coast brought the energy

    The Darlin opener for Best Coast brought the energy
    Best Coast’s opening band, Tennessee’s Those Darlins, had great stage presence. Maybe better than the main act. Jessi Darlin wore a gold-sequined onesie as she climbed monitor speakers and stared the crowd down with big round eyes. The lead...
  • Premiere: Prince Paul in Palm Springs, new webisodes

     
    Legendary producer Prince Paul, best known for his work on De La Soul's "Three Feet High and Rising," premieres a new episode of his Scion-sponsored Web series....
  • 72 Hours: New Year's weekend edition

     
    The should-be-weekly Pop & Hiss rundown of the weekend's top concerts. Friday • Matthew Sweet @ the Echoplex. Long an unashamed devotee of pure power pop buoyed by winning harmonies and gluey hooks, Sweet celebrates the 20th anniversary of his......
  • Pop music review: Glass Candy at Los Globos

     
    The Oregon act gives 2011 an existential send-off with its magnetic electronic music -- much to the enjoyment of the bedazzled groovers packing the new Sunset club. This post has been updated. See below for details. 2011 will be remembered......
  • Pop music review: Tinie Tempah

     
    The London rapper’s global fusion thrillingly recaps the last year even as it points to the future at the Hollywood Roosevelt’s New Year’s Eve show....
  • Pop music review: Wanda Jackson and Best Coast

     
    Two far-flung generations of rock ’n’ roll — Wanda Jackson and Best Coast — ring in the New Year with spirit and sass at Club Nokia....
  • 72 Hours: Me'Shell Ndegéocello, No Age and more

     
    The once-again weekly Pop & Hiss rundown of the weekend's top concerts, including Me'Shell Ndegéocello and No Age....
  • Review: Katy Perry with Jon Brion, 'The One That Got Away'

     
    What will resourceful Katy Perry try next in order to stick one more single from “Teenage Dream” at the top of the charts? An acoustic retooling from famed instrument-savant Jon Brion, it turns out....