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  • Sky's The Limit For Michigan's Greensky Bluegrass

    Sky's The Limit For Michigan's Greensky Bluegrass
    Traditional, neo-traditional, progressive, newgrass, cybergrass... whew. Bluegrass has gotten pretty complicated. Greensky Bluegrass, a five-man acoustic outfit from Kalamazoo, Mich., stumbled onto a simple, winning formula: 1) play tons of live shows,...
  • Q&A: Martin Van Ruin

    Q&A: Martin Van Ruin
    Martin Van Ruin might borrow its name from President Martin Van Buren--whose critics dubbed him “Van Ruin” since he presided over a long, painful economic recession--but frontman Derek Nelson, 27, insists the band’s music is rooted in...
  • Imagine Dragons make Billboard chart history with' 'Radioactive'

    Imagine Dragons make Billboard chart history with' 'Radioactive'
    Imagine Dragons, the breakout rock group of the last two years, have made Billboard chart history. The group's hit single "Radioactive," performed at the Grammys last month as part of a mash-up with local rap star Kendrick Lamar, has spent a record-...
  • Neil Young to play solo shows at Dolby Theatre on March 29-30

    Goodbye, Oscar; hello, Neil. That's what stagehands at the Dolby Theatre might say next month when Neil Young moves into the Hollywood venue (formerly known as the Kodak Theatre) not long after the Academy Awards are handed out there on March 2. The...
  • Lily Allen names new album 'Sheezus'

    Lily Allen names new album 'Sheezus'
    Lily Allen has always had a knack for ribbing guys in her lyrics. Now she's using her new album to do a bit of the same. In an interview on the BBC's "The Graham Norton Show," Allen said her new album -- her first since 2009 -- would bear the...
  • Pink latest addition to pop-heavy lineup for Oscar telecast

    Pink latest addition to pop-heavy lineup for Oscar telecast
    Pop star-turned-actor Pink will be making an appearance at March 2's Academy Awards. Described by Oscar producers Craig Zadan and Neil Meron in a statement as "one of the greatest voices in pop music and one of the best performers of her generation," Pink...
  • Review: With 'Black Panties,' R. Kelly again dials up explicitness

    Review: With 'Black Panties,' R. Kelly again dials up explicitness
    It began in April at Coachella. That's where R. Kelly made a surprise appearance with the French band Phoenix, delighting (and maybe befuddling) an indie-minded crowd only minimally aligned with the audience that's helped drive Kelly to R&B...
  • CT.com Interview: Jason Isbell

    CT.com Interview: Jason Isbell
    The “southeast” of Jason Isbell’s new album, Southeastern, could be in Australia, where a guy sits across from a friend at a table in the song “New South Wales,” “1,000 miles from [their] mothers,” as they think...
  • Neil Young, Zac Brown, Widespread Panic ready to rock festival near Charlottesville

    Neil Young, Zac Brown, Widespread Panic ready to rock festival near Charlottesville
    Expanding Sound Check's focus away from Hampton Roads, I see excitement building over the Interlocken Music Festival which will bring Neil Young, Zac Brown and Widespread Panic to an historic farm south of Charlottesville. The festival will take place...
  • Earl Sweatshirt confronts the pressures of hype with 'Doris'

    Earl Sweatshirt confronts the pressures of hype with 'Doris'
    On a recent afternoon Thebe Kgositsile, 19, wandered around his sparse central Hollywood apartment lugging a gallon of orange juice and thinking about the logo to his fledgling music imprint Tan Cressida. A piano melody looped from a computer plugged...
  • Review: Beyonce, Nine Inch Nails rock Jay Z's Made In America festival

    Review: Beyonce, Nine Inch Nails rock Jay Z's Made In America festival
    PHILADELPHIA – Nearly two decades into his unparalleled rap career, Jay Z hasn’t abandoned his lofty ambitions. In the last year, the hip-hop magnate (born Shawn Carter) jolted the album release model when he struck a multimillion-dollar...
  • Get lost on less than a tank

    Get lost on less than a tank
    Chicago-born author and environmentalist Sigurd F. Olson once wrote, "Wilderness to the people of America is a spiritual necessity, an antidote to the high pressure of modern life, a means of regaining serenity and equilibrium." For many of us, that...