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  • Decemberists cancel show at White River State Park Friday

    Decemberists cancel show at White River State Park Friday
    The Decemberists, an Indie folk rock band, have canceled their performance scheduled for Friday, August 5 at the Lawn at White River State Park.   It is reported that during Thursday night’s performance, lead singer Colin Meloy strained his vocal...
  • Norfolk's Discovery concert series to return with Pokey LaFarge, Magic Slim, Cowboy Junkies

    Norfolk's Discovery concert series to return with Pokey LaFarge, Magic Slim, Cowboy Junkies
    Norfolk's Discovery Music Series has been importing high-quality, slightly-under-the-radar acts for years now. It's great to see that the series is still alive and kicking. Staff members announced the fall 2011-winter 2012 shows this week. As has been the...
  • Not to be missed: Summer 2011 events

    Not to be missed: Summer 2011 events
    MAY   - Seattle International Film Festival (SIFF), May 19 - June 12, citywide. This monthlong movie festival starts and ends with a gala. It also boasts an entire day devoted to the movie career of the dashing Ewan McGregor. And yes, he will be in...
  • Free Music Friday! Start the holiday with folk-rock from Typhoon

    Free Music Friday! Start the holiday with folk-rock from Typhoon
    No, Free Music Friday isn't starting the holiday weekend early. It's just running a bit behind. You know how it goes. Today's track comes from the Portland, Ore., band Typhoon. What does it sound like? Well, it's complicated. You'll find rattling...
  • Turn It Up

    Turn It Up
    TÊTE-à-TÊTE: JASON SCHWARTZMAN Jason Schwartzman started young. At 14, he was a cofounder and drummer with the L.A. rock band Phantom Planet. At 17, he jumped into acting with an impressive debut in Wes Anderson's 1998 art-house favorite Rushmore. He...
  • This week's on-sales: Silversun Pickups, Devo, Dashboard Confessional and more

     
    A list of upcoming concerts across the Southland, with on-sale dates in parentheses. Gibson AmphitheatreMarc Anthony, Nov. 11 (Fri.); LA Weekly's L.A. 101 with Silversun Pickups, Nov. 3 (Sat.) Hollywood Bowl Ennio Morricone and the Hollywood Bowl...
  • A double dose of polyphonics

     
    As iPhones become pocket TVs and living room boob tubes grow into wall-sized behemoths, the future of theatrical film screenings seems increasingly shaky. But one screen genre that trumps home viewing is the pairing of live music with a projected film...
  • Who needs a full opera? The Decemberists get the cinematic treatment Monday at Royce Hall

     
    The Decemberists??? dramatic concept album ???The Hazards of Love,??? released in March, is in a word: creepy. Written as the score to an aborted musical, the narrative themes include a homicidal father offing his children with foxglove, a protagonist...
  • Grammy countdown: How the awards can stay relevant

     
    At the age of 52, the Grammy Awards are set in their ways. As the Oscars and the Emmys made dramatic changes to their galas, upping the number of nominees of major categories, the Grammys waved goodbye to polka. Changes......