• Issue Archive for
  • Jun 21-27, 2007
  • Vol. 29, No. 31




  • Last Night: DJ Shadow and Cut Chemist
  • Last Night: DJ Shadow and Cut Chemist

    DJ Shadow, Cut Chemist Hollywood Bowl, June 25 By Carlie Armstrong What began as an interestingly ethnic, slightly gimmicky evening at the Hollywood Bowl soon became a night of elaborate and masterful spinning by the likes of two giants of the mix-master realm: DJ Shadow and Cut Chemist. African band...
  • Last Night: White Stripes' Candy Store Rock
  • Last Night: White Stripes' Candy Store Rock

    White Stripes Icky Thump/Tower Records, June 20, 2007 By Ryan Ward All photos by Timothy Norris - Click here for a slideshow of the concert If you had but one standout moment in your career, you first of all would not be The White Stripes. But their colonization of the...
  • The Police: Arrested Development

    Dodger Stadium, June 23 By Siran Babayan Dodgers Stadium. Never Again. I had an easier time getting through the birth canal than I did zigzagging in and out of the stadium’s graveyard of a parking lot where the traffic was so brutally long and slow all four passengers in the...
  • Last Night: Pearl Jam in Düsseldorf
  • Last Night: Pearl Jam in Düsseldorf

    Pearl Jam Düsseldorf, Germany, ISS Dome June 21, 2007 By Ryan Colditz The German crowd at the ISS Dome Germany was more reminiscent of a fütbol match than a rock concert, but tonight Pearl Jam was the attraction, playing the town for the first time in the 21 German appearances...
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  • 99 Essential - List Only

    Abode A theme park of ostentatious sustainability, Abode is a loungey place where the neo-Balinese decorations are wrought from recycled wood, the menu pays at least lip service to farmers-market produce, house-made charcuterie and ecologically correct seafood, and the $300 specialty martini is garnished with a gargantuan, sustainably harvested Tahitian...



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