Review: Janet Jackson, in Vancouver on Unbreakable World Tour, Shows Off Her Demure Side

Dressed in white from shoulders to shoes, Ms. Jackson avoided the risqué and concentrated on touching on as many hits as possible, taking in R&B, hip-hop, pop, dance and rock.









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Popcast: 2015 MTV Video Music Awards

The night belonged to those who shocked without needing to perform.









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Review: From Taka Kigawa, a Class on Resonance at Le Poisson Rouge

Mr. Kigawa plays with a fundamental gentleness, even in intense passages, but he brings a precision to the relentless pricks and bristling repetitions in these pieces.









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Review: Locrian Chamber Players, With Music Wrapped in Temporary Mystery

This ensemble, which offers program notes only at the end of its concerts, played a collection of newish, pretty pieces at Riverside Church.









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ArtsBeat: In Topping Charts, Disturbed Accomplishes a Rare Feat

The metal band Disturbed has the No. 1 album this week with “Immortalized” (Reprise), pushing Luke Bryan’s “Kill the Lights” to the No. 2 spot.









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Summer Love: From Seattle With Love: A Tale of Four Friends and One Band

The story of Ifrah Ahmed and Benjamin Verdoes begins in Seattle, ends in Brooklyn and has a punk-surf music soundtrack.









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ArtsBeat: Carrie Brownstein’s Book Tour to Kick Off in Brooklyn

Carrie Brownstein will be traveling to 11 cities across the United States this fall to promote her memoir, “Hunger Makes Me a Modern Girl,” due in October.









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ArtsBeat: The Long, Winding Interview With Miley Cyrus

Miley Cyrus talks drugs, Caitlyn Jenner and being in love with an astronaut.









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