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Music, All Shook Down Jenny Lewis Combines Gender-Bending and Female Stereotypes in "One of the Guys"

Jenny Lewis Combines Gender-Bending and Female Stereotypes in "One of the Guys"

Yesterday, ex-Rilo Kiley vocalist Jenny Lewis released a new video that is so fabulous, we don't even know where to start. "Just One of the Guys" features the dizzying combination of Anne Hathaway, (a surprisingly funny) Kristen Stewart, Brie Larson,…
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Music, All Shook Down Ten Places We're Tired of Seeing Bands Pose For Photos

Ten Places We're Tired of Seeing Bands Pose For Photos

Rarely are bands' press photos shot on a stage, at a bar, in front of a microphone, or at a stuffy wedding reception. Though these places would seem the most logical place to plaster on a smile -- given that, …
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Music, All Shook Down CD Review: Rilo Kiley -- Under the Blacklight

CD Review: Rilo Kiley -- Under the Blacklight

Rilo Kiley Under the Blacklight Warner Brothers Released 8-21-2007 Jenny Lewis, honey-voiced Rilo Kiley lead singer and the closest thing indie rock has to a Maxim cover girl, never claimed to be innocent. She dropped F-bombs all over the…
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Music, Reviewed Rilo Kiley

Rilo Kiley

It's safe to say that Rilo Kiley's Under the Blacklight is one of the most confusing major-label debuts in recent memory. No, we're not just talking about how creepy it is for the cute redhead from Troop Beverly Hills to…
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Music, Rabbit Season

Rabbit Season

"It's kinda creepy, right?" Jenny Lewis says over the phone from her home in Los Angeles. "I think it looks like The Shining." The just-turned-30 singer/songwriter best known as the sultry, though shy, frontwoman for the rootsy indie-pop quartet Rilo…
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Music, Reviewed The Elected

The Elected

Hot on the heels of Rilo Kiley's More Adventurous, tireless multitasker Blake Sennett is back, serving up a bright, pristinely polished dose of atmospheric country on the Elected's sophomore effort, the appropriately titled Sun, Sun, Sun. Featuring a fuller, more…
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Music, Reviewed Irving

Irving

It's rather galling to us Northern Californians that the lower portion of the state produced so many praiseworthy albums last year, among them Rilo Kiley's The Execution of All Things, Queens of the Stone Age's Songs for the Deaf, and…
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