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Brand XThe songs from the third installment of the ubiquitous music game have apparently been leaked, thanks to a (since-deleted) YouTube video and some quick transcribers. The new set list, already partially confirmed by the game's official site, ranges from...
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Movie Lover and Guest ReviewerHipster heartbreak might leave you hollow 500 Days of Summer is an over the top, tragic, moderately terrific, and modern love tale. Yeah, it's a love story and if you were expecting something different…oops. Summer is the "new" love story, the one...
The early scenes of the documentary look like some lost reel from "This Is Spinal Tap," spanning what seems like half of rock history -- complete with hem lengths and haircuts. But the protagonist is not a metalhead but a Zelig-like figure: Here he is as...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterManchester, England If you live in Los Angeles long enough, you forget how intoxicating height can be. Here I was, 23 stories up in the coolest new hotel in northwestern England, looking across several counties and several centuries. The bar at the...
Metromix StaffALBUM: "Our Earthly Pleasures" (Warp) With a majority of their contemporaries suffering from varying degrees of sophomore slumping, "Our Earthly Pleasures" is Maxïmo Park's chance to make a move for pole position in the scene. And they've come...
Tags: United Kingdom, Morrissey, Indie (genre)
Daily PressFor a guy who sings about loneliness, death and depression so much, Morrissey puts on a pretty terrific rock 'n' roll show. His sold-out concert at The NorVa on Monday touched all the bases of what makes a great night of rock: memorable songs, a tight...
Tags: Hampton Roads, Conservation, England, Morrissey, Global Change
JUNE 5 The Long Blondes, "Someone to Drive You Home" The Long Blondes are British. They also have mad style, great songs and a singer (the effortlessly fresh Kate Jackson) with enough flair to command the top spot of last year's NME magazine "Cool List."...
Pearl Jam 8 p.m., AT&T stage Unlike Pearl Jam's fan club gig at the Vic Theatre Thursday, the band's headlining Lollapalooza set shied away from rarities and leaned heavily towards the familiar. Given the audience's varying levels of fervency, the...
Metromix StaffALBUM: "Version" (RCA) Backstory: This is the moment Mark Ronson has been prepping for for years. After the DJ/NYC socialite's underrated 2003 debut album "Here Comes The Fuzz" went unnoticed by most (even with cameos from the likes of Jack White and...
Special to The TimesTestifying to the ongoing Invasion, the kingdom's sounds enliven clubs and Angelenos find a cultural kinship. In a town where you can practically dance to the beat of the boom-bust cycle, and six months is a good run for a club night, one part of the...
NoneJohnny Marr was only 23 when his first major band, one of the best England ever produced, fell apart. The Smiths, the Manchester quartet he had cofounded with Morrissey in 1982, released seven albums that changed the course of British rock. By 1987,...
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