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Death Cab for Cutie (music group)

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  • Tuesday's Talk Shows

     
    Click here to download TV listings for the week of May 15 - 21 in PDF format TV listings for the week of May 15 - 21 in PDF format (from latimes.com/entertainment/news/tv) Weekly TV Listings and more can be found......
  • Death Cab's Ben Gibbard: A life-changing foul ball

     
    On the way to making Death Cab for Cutie’s forthcoming album, “Codes and Keys” (Atlantic), singer Ben Gibbard quit drinking, got married and ended up relocating to Los Angeles, a city he once despised. The dramatic changes were...
  • Album review: Death Cab for Cutie, 'Codes and Keys'

     
    3 stars (out of 4) Death Cab for Cutie’s seventh studio album, “Codes and Keys” (Atlantic), pulses with the sound of tires on pavement, life blurring past a bus window on the road. Tucked inside its shifting scenery is a......
  • Album review: Death Cab for Cutie's 'Codes and Keys'

     
    For a guy who once sang of Los Angeles, “It's a lovely summer's day / And I can almost see a skyline through a thickening shroud of egos,” Ben Gibbard of Death Cab for Cutie sure seems to have made......
  • Photographer Autumn de Wilde signs Death Cab for Cutie book

     
    Photographer Autumn de Wilde will sign copies of Death Cab for Cutie, the book, Thursday in Los Angeles....
  • Chris Carrabba: Inspiration for an emo generation

     
    Carrabba's Dashboard Confessionals brought a slicker, softer side to the post-hardcore-influenced emo. His followers include Owl City and Say Anything. And judging by her 2010 album, maybe even Taylor Swift. Wednesday night at the Troubadour, Chris...
  • Today's music pick: Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin @ Spaceland

     
    Cozy, cheeky indie pop/rockers that only the Midwest could have sired, SSLYBY has a smidge if Weezer, and dash of Death Cab for Cutie, and heaping spoonfuls of power pop giddiness. But don’t take our word for it: Check out their recently-released LP, &#...
  • Live review: John Cale at UCLA's Royce Hall

     
    John Cale shows tenderness and emotion in performing his classic work at UCLA. On his 1973 orchestral-pop landmark, “Paris 1919,” John Cale pulled inspiration from all over the map: In addition to the title track and “Half Past France,” the......
  • Smaller, less-expensive shows still work in concert industry's summer of 'doom and gloom'

     
    Audience members watch a music performance at Lincoln Hall, a smaller venue that's been successful in its first year open. (Tribune photo by Andrew A. Nelles) The arena and amphitheater-level concert industry – a cornerstone of rock touring since the......
  • A fake Death Cab for Cutie album yields real self-excoriation

     
    Joe Berkowitz at the Awl wins the morning in music blogging for his very funny and self-deprecating essay on the 16 months he spent touting Death Cab for Cutie's "Narrow Stairs" to friends after pirating it online. Unfortunately, he didn't......
  • Hip-hop's oddest, best and most unexpected pairings, as chosen by Sage Francis

     
    Underground rapper Sage Francis closes his latest album, "Li(f)e," with a five-and-a-half minute orchestral memoir. "The Best of Times" is a warts-and-all, near-spoken-word take on growing older, told with self-deprecation, and laced with an almost...
  • Driven by the desire to create the next viral video

     
    What would L.A. look like without any cars? That question fascinated Ross Ching because (a) he hates getting stuck in traffic and (b) he likes creating Internet videos whose images are intriguing enough to go viral. The 24-year-old Santa Monica......