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The New Pornographers, JPEGMAFIA
Nick Cave transforms, the Highwomen rise, Tool returns and more
Nick Cave transforms, the Highwomen rise, Tool returns and more
Greg Kot - Chicago Tribune (TNS)
55 years ago, the Beatles came out for a weekend at this family’s Missouri ranch
55 years ago, the Beatles came out for a weekend at this family’s Missouri ranch
Bud Kennedy - Kansas City Star (TNS)
Vince Gill, Wilco, and the Pernice Brothers
Three albums, three different sounds, so will the real Kero Kero Bonito stand up?
Three albums, three different sounds, so will the real Kero Kero Bonito stand up?
Allison Stewart - Chicago Tribune (TNS)
The Black Keys’ Dan Auerbach on falling back in love with the electric guitar on ‘Let’s Rock’
The Black Keys’ Dan Auerbach on falling back in love with the electric guitar on ‘Let’s Rock’
Dan Deluca - The Philadelphia Inquirer (TNS)
Avril Lavigne, on her first tour in five years, proves she is still pop’s punk princess
Avril Lavigne, on her first tour in five years, proves she is still pop’s punk princess
Jessi Roti - Chicago Tribune (TNS)
The Japanese House at The Wiltern on October 12 at 8PM
Britney Spears hasn’t fully controlled her life for years. Fans insist it’s time to #FreeBritney
Britney Spears hasn’t fully controlled her life for years. Fans insist it’s time to #FreeBritney
Laura Newberry - LA Times (TNS)
With new fans aboard, Korn shows how to metal in middle age
With new fans aboard, Korn shows how to metal in middle age
August Brown - LA Times (TNS)
Blink-182 were goof-punks with cute videos. Twenty years later, they’re having the last laugh
Blink-182 were goof-punks with cute videos. Twenty years later, they’re having the last laugh
Steve Appleford - L.A.Times (TNs)
Chick Corea Trilogy with Christian McBride & Brian Blade (Oct. 3 at Royce Hall)
Chick Corea Trilogy with Christian McBride & Brian Blade (Oct. 3 at Royce Hall)
Classical streaming has arrived. How do the new services stack up?
Classical streaming has arrived. How do the new services stack up?
Mark Swed - Los Angeles Times (TNS)
Lana Del Rey yearns as L.A. burns on her dazzling new album
Lana Del Rey yearns as L.A. burns on her dazzling new album
Mikael Wood - Los Angeles Times (TNS)
Missy Elliott, Bon Iver, Rodney Crowell
Sleater-Kinney, The Hold Steady, Rick Ross
Sleater-Kinney, The Hold Steady, Rick Ross
The Philadelphia Inquirer (TNS)
Drake, Clairo, Garry Tallent
Drake breaks his own No. 1 record with ‘Care Package’ compilation
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Drake breaks his own No. 1 record with ‘Care Package’ compilation
Karu F. Daniels - NY Daily News (TNS)
In Sweden, A$AP Rocky, and a country’s identity, stand trial
In Sweden, A$AP Rocky, and a country’s identity, stand trial
August Brown - LA Times (TNS)
Lil Nas X came out, but has hip-hop? A macho culture faces a crossroads
Lil Nas X came out, but has hip-hop? A macho culture faces a crossroads
Gerrick D. Kennedy - Los Angeles Times (TNS)
Haim’s ‘Summer Girl’ is like a mash note to L.A.
From trauma to triumph, 7 songs that sum up star Ariana Grande
From trauma to triumph, 7 songs that sum up star Ariana Grande
Jon Bream - Star Tribune
Taylor Swift, entitled millionaire, is the labor activist the music industry needs
Taylor Swift, entitled millionaire, is the labor activist the music industry needs
Randy Lewis - Los Angeles Times (TNS)
The songs of summer: Lil Nas X, Billie Eilish, Lizzo, Taylor Swift, Madonna, Ed Sheeran and Justin B
The songs of summer: Lil Nas X, Billie Eilish, Lizzo, Taylor Swift, Madonna, Ed Sheeran and Justin B
Dan Deluca - The Philadelphia Inquirer (TNS)
Mark Ronson, Willie Nelson, Luke Nelson and Bill Callahan
Mark Ronson, Willie Nelson, Luke Nelson and Bill Callahan
The Philadelphia Inquirer (TNS)
Jade Jackson may be the next big country-rock star. But first, she has some tables to wait
Jade Jackson may be the next big country-rock star. But first, she has some tables to wait
Randy Lewis - Los Angeles Times (TNS)
Lil Nas X, Prince, and Buddy and Julie Miller
Lil Nas X, Prince, and Buddy and Julie Miller
The Philadelphia Inquirer (TNS)
American record biz goes all-in on K-Pop, but crossover challenges remain
American record biz goes all-in on K-Pop, but crossover challenges remain
August Brown - LA Times (TNS)
YG was ready to drop a new album. Then his friend Nipsey Hussle died
YG was ready to drop a new album. Then his friend Nipsey Hussle died
Randall Roberts - Los Angeles Times (TNS)
Steve Lacy, Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry, and Mavis Staples
Steve Lacy, Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry, and Mavis Staples
The Philadelphia Inquirer (TNS)