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Siouxsie and the Banshees (music group)

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  • Concert review: The Weeknd at Lincoln Hall

    Concert review: The Weeknd at Lincoln Hall
    “This ain’t no … sing-along/So girl what you singing for?” crooned Abel Tesfaye, better known as the Weeknd. Tesfaye was smiling Thursday because the capacity crowd at Lincoln Hall ignored the admonition in the midst of his...
  • Goldenvoice celebrates 30 years with punk rock festival GV30

     
    Goldenvoice Productions turns 30 next month, and the hugely influential Southern California concert promoter will celebrate with a series of concerts Dec. 16-18 at the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium that reach back to its roots as a champion of hard-core.....
  • What are the 100 greatest Jewish songs? 'My Mammy'? 'If I Were a Rich Man'?

     
    In a list that's bound to spark debate among Jews and Gentiles alike, Tablet magazine commissioned writers-scholars Jody Rosen and Ari Y. Kelman to compile their list of the 100 greatest Jewish songs of all time. It's a Sisysphean task,......
  • Tonight's music pick: Dum Dum Girls at Echoplex

     
    Don’t be distracted by the Dum Dum Girls’ vintage look - think Siouxsie and the Banshees hanging out at the malt shop or a drag race – because as cool as it may be, you’d be letting yourself get distracted from their legitmately wel...
  • White heat: Six degrees of John Cale

     
    John Cale is the Forrest Gump of rock, linking a disparate group of tastemakers and cultural figures throughout the four-plus decades of his career. Cale will perform his 1973 album "Paris 1919" tonight at UCLA's Royce Hall, followed by a......
  • Writers Salvador Plascencia and Michael Jaime-Becerra share a city and common inspiration: El Monte

    Writers Salvador Plascencia and Michael Jaime-Becerra share a city and common inspiration: El Monte
    Aside from their proximity in age, and the fulsome praise they got for their debut novels, Salvador Plascencia and Michael Jaime-Becerra would appear to have little in common as writers. Plascencia's "The People of Paper," which was published in 2005...
  • Center stage: middle-class African Americans

    Center stage: middle-class African Americans
    Guess who's coming to the beach barbecue this summer? Middle-class African Americans, that's who. In two new critically esteemed works, Lydia Diamond's play "Stick Fly" and Colson Whitehead's just-published semiautobiographical novel "Sag Harbor"...