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David Hopkins, Trade Vorhees, Ted Rader and The Lique.

Four new Vegas albums to hear right now

May 10th, 2018

David Hopkins, Trade Vorhees, Ted Rader and The Lique.

  • Music

    “Not only is Aly speaking on another plane through her bass playing, but the messages in this record are so relevant to all the hurt ...

  • Music

    It simmers with funky, playful eroticism and electronic bells and whistles—fluttering beats, moody piano riffs and lush orchestral arrangements.

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    There’s either a delightful EP to be carved out here.

  • Music

    He channels Radiohead, Faces-era Rod Stewart, Of Montreal and Townes Van Zandt on his latest album—and that’s just on the first of its four sides.

  • Music

    The pointed political, social and personal statements match the stringent vibe.

  • Music

    At this point, the only constant from album to album is the band’s dedication to ambition.

  • Music

    Anyone who discovered COC at the band’s popular height should be satisfied with this effective return to the familiar.

  • Music

    Bassist Nate Brenner partners with leader Merrill Garbus for an approachable and dancey record.

  • Music

    It’s not like Ed Sheeran is gonna take us where BRMC can.

  • Music

    The trio strives to expand its sound on its first album in seven years.

  • Music

    Where did Slowdive, LCD Soundsystem, Shamir and SZA place on our lists?

  • Music

    Candy Warpop, Hard Pipe Hitters, Illicitor, LAM and The Rhyolite Sound.

  • Music

    Songs that follow his formula of sexually-charged R&B/soul can feel odd filtered through a political lens.

  • Music

    The record’s sequencing adds to its abrasive moments.

  • Music

    When you’re making U2 music that’s only as good as Snow Patrol, it’s time to reassess.

  • Music

    The first sounds are birds chirping—and then an unsettled digital squiggle that sounds like a squeaking robo-mouse.

  • Music

    The R&B/gospel legend wrote lyrics for three songs, stressing the importance of love while acknowledging racism and politician deception.

  • Music

    Its aimless and erratic lyrics—and largely underwhelming melodies—threatening to undermine the sweep of his voice and the instrumental robustness of his band.

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    Nate Schmidt, Shea Theodore, Alex Tuch should all be with the team through at least the 2024-25 season.

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    I Love the’90s: The Vegas Show is being billed as the first hip-hop residency on the Strip.

  • Nightlife

    The 2018 edition is already topping years past with new viral menu items and more to keep the crowds moving.

  • Music

    One-fourth of 98 Degrees, singer Jeff Timmons, has lived in Las Vegas for almost seven years.

  • Music

    “I went through 15 cervical spinal surgeries at the height of my music career, and then came back seven years later on American Idol.”

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    It’s a pressed and toasted hoagie bun filled with cut noodles, meat sauce, mozzarella cheese and a scattering of parsley.

  • Dining

    The “street fries” are a buffet-in-a-box, especially the savory “mess” variety, covered in smoked brisket chili, cheese, green onions and bacon.

  • Dining

    Chinese food, Mexican food and some stuff in between.

  • Music

    The spot offers an elevated food and beverage menu, plus dining tables on some nights.

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    Made from the same cannabis sativa plant as many marijuana products, industrial hemp has myriad uses beyond oral consumption.

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    The dancer, singer, burlesque performer and former Jubilee! showgirl has worked toward becoming a top-tier entertainer since she was a little kid.

  • Nightlife

    “I think this has been one of the worst years for club music I’ve experienced.”

  • Music

    “We’re here to support gay, straight, blue, green—it doesn’t matter what color you are. Music is music, people are people.”

  • A&E

    Scheduled to appear are teacher/author Ruby Cooper; “disease detective” Vikram Krishnasamy; journalist/artist Dr. Chenjerai Kumanyika; and professional skeptic Teller.

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    When you’re in Las Vegas, a special mindset presents itself. It might be a result of all that electrical power coming out of the Hoover ...