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What if Every Beck Album Was an L.A. Neighborhood?

Beck’s discography is as diverse as Los Angeles. So we paired his albums with their kindred neighborhoods Read more...

Barbie Has a New Anthem and it Makes the Spice Girls Sound Like Sleater Kinney

Play this song around your 6-year-old, and you'll be hearing it all year Read more...

2014 Grammys: Who Should Win; Who Will Win

The Grammys continue to baffle music fans, but that’s not going to stop us from predicting who will win big and who will be shut out Read more...

Q&A: Will Wiesenfeld Makes Super Sad Music on Baths' New Album

If you hear Will Wiesenfeld’s newest LP immediately after listening to his debut album, you might convince yourself that the electronic-pop wonk behind the L.A. band Baths is a manic-depressive. Read more...

Dengue Fever Returns

This week, our favorite Cambodian-funk-pop-psych band released a ten-track digital compilation of alternate takes and live performances dating back to 2009. Read more...

Stream Justin Timberlake's New Album Now

No, The 20/20 Experience isn't an ode to Barbara Walters. Yes, it is finally here. Read more...

Mt. Washington's Sexiest New R&B Duo

Inc. is a pair of pensive, gossamer-voiced brothers, Daniel and Andrew Aged, who make R&B slow jams that sound like radio hits you might have heard in the early 90’s. Read more...

Grammys 2013: Recovery & Recap

Welcome to the Grammys circa 2013, where we already knew about every winner, every outfit, and every awkward transition hours before the show aired. Read more...

2013 Grammys: Who Should Win, Who Will Win

Are the indie kids going mainstream? Are the mainstream kids going indie? One thing is certain: It's getting harder to predict the outcome of Grammys, and that's a good thing. Read more...

Charlie Sheen Is Winning You Back -- At Least His Soundtrack Is

The album oozes the optimism and contrition of a midlife crisis, which is perfect accompaniment for a film that serves as meta-exploration of Sheen’s recent drug-fueled combustion. Read more...

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