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The actress and musician performs at the Pearl Theater Tuesday night as part of her "Sexy Computer" tour.

Janelle Monáe brings a futuristic, funky love-fest to the Palms

June 25th, 2018

The actress and musician performs at the Pearl Theater Tuesday night as part of her "Sexy Computer" tour.

  • “There’s a lot of young women of color who look up to me and thank me for representing them … it’s definitely a new thing, ...

  • It’s tough summarizing Monáe’s career, simply because she excels at everything she does.

  • Last weekend she Instagrammed, “omg getting close #prayforme.”

  • Albini arrived at the Rio to compete following a European tour with his band, Shellac

  • If you showed up expecting “Closer,” “Down In It” or “Hurt,” frontman Trent Reznor sent you home thirsty.

  • Also: Boulder City Swings swings into, well, Boulder City.

  • Bassist/co-vocalist Mark Hoppus also discusses Twitter outrage and what goes into making a setlist.

  • "After five months I think I’m fitting into the character and making it my own."

  • Hwang Chi-yeul, Ailee, EXID and Tak Jae Hoon are eager to meet you.

  • NIN would be Vegas’ first Generation X residency—and arguably, its most nihilistic.

  • Genre-wise, Stephen Fasano is as all over the place as a longhauling cab.

  • With its massive screen and targeted sound, Madison Square Garden’s Sphere moves concert-going into the future.

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