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  • Gay Witch Abortion's Colorful Name and Liberating, Rugged Rock Come to Cafe Nine on Sept. 26

    Gay Witch Abortion's Colorful Name and Liberating, Rugged Rock Come to Cafe Nine on Sept. 26
    Gay Witch Abortion w/ Big Business and Ferocious Fucking Teeth $12. 8 p.m., Sept. 26. Cafe Nine, 250 State St., New Haven, cafenine.com Jesse Bottomley doesn't exactly know why he plays what he plays. Sometimes, he wonders about it. “Every once...
  • The Kills' killer chemistry

    The Kills' killer chemistry
    The most stunning moment on the latest Kills’ album, “Blood Pressures” (Domino), is the one that’s perhaps most out of character. Alison Mosshart and Jamie Hince have long been celebrated for their scuzzy take on electro-blues...
  • Ray Bradbury dies at 91; author lifted fantasy to literary heights

    Ray Bradbury, the writer whose expansive flights of fantasy and vividly rendered space-scapes have provided the world with one of the most enduring speculative blueprints for the future, has died. He was 91. Bradbury died Tuesday night in Los Angeles,...
  • Emmylou Harris, in the moment

    Emmylou Harris, in the moment
    Emmylou Harris is trailed by a ragtag parade of eager dogs when she answers a knock at the door of the comfortable two-story home on a fenceless parcel a few miles from downtown Nashville, where she lives with her 89-year-old mother, Eugenia. The...
  • This weekend's music picks: Lil Wayne, Chromeo, Gang of Four

     
    Friday: Lil Wayne @ Shrine Expo Center If you don't know who Lil Wayne is, you definitely shouldn't go to this show — you might hurt yourself getting out from under that rock. Lil Wayne tries as hard as he can to distract from his talents, from...
  • The Entrance Band, White Fence, @ the Satellite

     
    If you missed the Entrance Band when it played last week, here's your chance to catch its lysergic rock. Don't expect the normal waves of overdrive, however, as it's an acoustic set. Opening is White Fence, the solo project of overachiever Tim Presley...
  • Album Review: St. Vincent's "Strange Mercy"

     
    Album Review: St. Vincent's "Strange Mercy" written by Margaret Wappler...
  • Annie Clark maps St. Vincent’s next musical step

     
    It was a sunny August afternoon in New York's Washington Square Park, and Annie Clark — who records under the name St. Vincent — apparently didn't look happy. She sat on a shady curb, giving herself something of a pep talk. “This year...
  • Art review: 'Under the Big Black Sun' at MOCA

     
    Christopher Knight reviews "Under the Big Black Sun: California Art 1974-1981," MOCA's entry in the Pacific Standard Time series....
  • Music review: L.A. Phil provides PST with 'The Hollywood Sound'

     
    Mark Swed reviews the Los Angeles Philharmonic's contribution to the Pacific Standard Time with a concert of classic Hollywood film music conducted by Thomas Wilkins....
  • M83's galaxy-sized ambitions

     
    Today, The Times' Calendar section has a long profile of Anthony Gonzalez, the sentimental synth-wrangler behind M83. Gonzalez relocated to Los Angeles two years ago. His new album, "Hurry Up, We're Dreaming," was released last year to his best reviews......
  • Thursday at MOCA: Rare L.A. punk films take center stage

     
    MOCA celebrates the early years of Los Angeles punk rock in an evening of rare screenings....