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2004 Stories by Kiran Aditham

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  • The Deep End

    published December 23, 2004

    Until recently, geriatrically inclined Hollywood was never mistaken as a magnet for dance music culture or even a second-tier nightlife... More >>

  • GWAR

    published December 16, 2004

    The world's ugliest, most popular interplanetary purveyors of satirical thrash metal return for what seems like their monthly visit to South... More >>

  • Beat Street

    published December 16, 2004

    Hard to believe downtown West Palm's one and only Respectable Street Café is a ripe 17 years old. The Clematis Street club, long... More >>

  • Beat Street

    published December 9, 2004

    Beat Street Good Karma It's about time Fort Lauderdale embraced some of the beat-driven culture for which Miami is heralded.... More >>

  • Golden Boy

    published November 11, 2004

    Consider Washington, D.C.,'s musical heritage from a modern viewpoint: Dance music doesn't usually register at the top of the list. The city's... More >>

  • Oral Cex

    published August 5, 2004

    It was such a weird, surreal thing when emo became a commodity." So says Rjyan Kidwell. For anyone familiar with the IDM-cum-menacing glitch-hop... More >>

  • Thrift-hop Downtown

    published May 6, 2004

    Hip-hop's global empire is a juggernaut, racing from braggadocio to backpack-toting purists who shun the materialistic. But the true demographic... More >>

  • Big Boi

    published April 1, 2004

    After the one-two punch of "Hey Ya!" and "I Like the Way You Move," Outkast proved its universal appeal by sealing the deal with an Album of... More >>

  • Monk-y Business

    published March 18, 2004

    Despite the fact that Tibetan freedom has become a popular celebrity cause in recent years, the Dalai Lama and his peeps remain helplessly tucked... More >>

  • James Lavelle

    published March 11, 2004

    As Mo' Wax label chief and main conspirator behind the intriguing UNKLE project, James Lavelle has already carved a successful path for himself as... More >>

  • El-P

    published March 4, 2004

    With the latest in the Blue Series Continuum -- a conceptual pairing of nonjazz artists with famed New York pianist Matthew Shipp and his talented... More >>

  • Lamb

    published February 26, 2004

    It might seem that downtempo's nascent era is far removed, as many of its famed alumni, including Massive Attack, Portishead, and Morcheeba, have... More >>

  • Einstürzende Neubauten

    published January 29, 2004

    Arguably the progenitors of true industrial music, Germany's finest machinists, Einstürzende Neubauten, have returned with more kling klang... More >>

  • Chris Cunningham

    published January 22, 2004

    Though the word genius can be as misused as a condom on a Mötley Crüe tour bus, it would be daunting to find a better description... More >>

  • Laibach

    published January 15, 2004

    Slovenia's finest export has been creating its propulsive music as a sardonic response to the turmoil in its homeland for two decades now. With... More >>

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