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  • With ‘Believe,' Justin Bieber's at top of his vocal game

     
    Justin Bieber's new album ‘Believe' is beautifully sung and deftly adds a Euro-house beat to the teen idol's usual R&B mix....
  • Quick chat: Ice-T on the L.A. riots, LL Cool J and more

     
    Ice-T’s directorial debut, “Something From Nothing: The Art of Rap,” documents the genre’s history through interviews with such artists as Dr. Dre and Kanye West. But the rapper-turned-actor (he’s now a regular on NBC’s...
  • Naked & boring: Shia LaBeouf is nude in aimless Sigur Rós clip

     
    It's delightful to see the words "Sigur Rós" appear on a number of major news sites. The adventurous Icelandic outfit makes lovely, atmospheric music and deserves a wider audience, and if it takes a naked Shia LeBeouf to get one, so be it. The Times' Todd...
  • In rotation: Kelly Hogan's 'I Like to Keep Myself in Pain'

     
    “My name is Frank Sinatra,” sings Kelly Hogan on the M. Ward-penned “Daddy’s Little Girl,” a tune she delivers with gripping drama. And there are 12 more gems on Hogan's "I Like To Keep Myself In Pain."...
  • Album review: Metric's 'Synthetica'

     
    Emily Haines calmly declares at the end of “Synthetica” that she once “wanted to be part of something,” but it isn’t a regret so much as a revelation. Now on album No. 5, “Synthetica” closer “Nothing but...
  • D'Angelo returning to Los Angeles with House of Blues concert

     
    R&B recluse D'Angelo is in hiding no more. After appearing with the Roots at Bonnaroo in June, the sonic manipulator of funk and soul has booked a surprise July 4 date at West Hollywood's House of Blues, according to promoter Live Nation....
  • Green Day cancels Burbank show it never officially announced

     
    Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong has been hyping a free rock 'n' roll "sex party" since June 13 near the offices of their record company, Warner Bros. Records, but Burbank city officials evidently weren't so pleased with the setup, so the concert that...
  • Marilyn Manson, Offspring, Bad Religion to play Sunset Strip Fest

     
    Once controversial goth rocker Marilyn Manson and rock acts the Offspring and Bad Religion are set to play the fifth edition of West Hollywood's Sunset Strip Music Festival on Aug. 18. Local dance-pop act the Far East Movement, veteran hip-hop act De La...
  • St. Vincent and David Byrne book Greek date, unveil single 'Who'

     
    David Bryne and Annie Clark unveiled the first single from their upcoming collaboration, "Love This Giant." The song is called "Who" and it's heavy on the horns, but the real star of the tune may in fact be John Congleton. The two are coming to the...
  • Metallica hopes PSA will help find fan's killer

     
    Metallica released a new PSA video to help the FBI help solve the murder of a 20-year-old college student following a 2009 concert by the heavy metal band in Charlottesville, Virginia....
  • Review: Glen Campbell's farewell at the Hollywood Bowl

     
    Glen Campbell performed his final Los Angeles concert at the Hollywood Bowl on Sunday night. Times pop music critic Randall Roberts reviews....
  • Album review: Bobby Womack's 'The Bravest Man in the Universe'

     
    "I got a story to tell," 68-year-old Bobby Womack announces at the outset of his remarkable new album, and at first you're pretty sure about the nature of his tale: An intergenerational hookup with producer Richard Russell and Damon Albarn......