Andrea DomanickArctic Monkeys stole the showTV On The Radio, Arctic Monkeys, Panda Bear, Warpaint and Smith Westerns
The Hollywood Bowl
September 25, 2011
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Better than... any of these acts sound on record.
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timothy norrismassive attack
See more of Timothy Norris' photos in 'LA 101 with Thievery Corporation, Massive Attack and more.'
By any metric, last night's LA 101 at the Gibson Amphitheatre was a success--save for maybe the fact that the headliners didn't hail from LA. Of course, Massive At ... More >>
AntibalasBrooklyn-based ensemble Antibalas has been living an enviable double life, for the past two years doing duty at the backing band for the hit musical Fela! (which earned 11 Tony nominations) and, not that rave reviews would go to their head, squeezing in some NYC club dates to keep th ... More >>
LA-based trio Liars announced this morning through Mute Records details of the band's upcoming tour. The North American jaunt will launch at El Rey Theatre on April 10 with fellow locals Fol Chen in the opening slot.
Timothy NorrisTV On The Radio at the Coachella main stage.
As the sun goes down on Day Two, TV On The Radio, last seen two years ago in the Gobi tent, stakes undeniable claim on the main stage. Underneath a backdrop of huge quilted banners, the band burns through "Wolf Like Me," with Dave Sitek and ... More >>
By Michael Roberts
In 2008, independent rock returned to the underground, where it belongs. Given the grand catastrophe that is today's record industry, most major-label executives don't have the time or energy to convince music fans they might like something a little out of the ordinary. They'r ... More >>
Mezzanine Owls-"Snow Globe"
Because it never snows in Los Angeles, we're forced to romanticize it. The first draft of "White Christmas," originally chided a spoiled Angeleno,"longing to be up North on December 24," surrounded by sunshine, green grass and swaying palms. The closest you get to w ... More >>
All photos by Timothy Norris. Click image for entire slideshow.
In 1962, at the peak of the Cuban Missile Crisis, James Brown and His Famous Flames stood onstage at Harlem's famed Apollo Theatre and managed to harness the tension that all of America was feeling -- "When will I be blown up?" -- int ... More >>