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  • Brazilian Forró Star Chico César Returns

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    Brazilian Forr Star Chico Csar Returns

    For a variety of reasons, Latin American proponents of music from the native lands often pretend that race and class aren't relevant when it comes to music. But listen to the rhythms and the lyrics of samba -- or cumbia or bachata or other styles of...

    by Jonathan Cunningham on September 4, 2008
  • Buika

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    Buika

    Buika (pronounced BWEE-kah) was born Mara Concepcin Balboa Buika on the Spanish island of Mallorca. If that's not spicy enough for you, her parents were political exiles from Equatorial Guinea. Like many a young lass, her early musical allegiances...

    by Mark Keresman on September 4, 2008
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    Yellowman

    Preparing for a bout of sexiness, the original "King of the Dancehall" -- Yellowman -- returns to South Florida's shores with his slack lyrics and wry sense of humor. Known as Jamaica's first dancehall superstar, Yellowman helped turn the artform of...

    by Lady English on September 4, 2008
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    Marc Anthony

    The mixed response that Nuyorican actor, singer, and songwriter Marc Anthony received for his role in last year's El Cantante (the much-hyped biopic of tragic salsa pioneer Hctor Lavoe) does not do justice to Anthony's real star power. As he reache...

    by Ernest Barteldes on September 4, 2008
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    Bendy Pastorius Group

    The Bendy Pastorius Group isn't playing straight-ahead bop by any means, but its funk-tinged electric jazz still swings, and it's lively enough to make folks want to get up and dance. The group has local roots (natch) as drummer Julius Pastorius was...

    by Jonathan Cunningham on September 4, 2008
  • The Gentleman Classicist - Chris Isaak keeps his croon intact

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    The Gentleman Classicist - Chris Isaak keeps his croon intact

    It's been almost 25 years since Chris Isaak slipped his debut album, Silvertone, on to the pop music scene, but it could just as easily have been yesterday -- or a half century ago. Why? Because Isaak, 52, carries the torch of tradition -- steady, r...

    by John Hood on September 4, 2008
  • Takin' Care of Business - A changing music industry means business as usual for All That Remains frontman Phil Labonte

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    Takin' Care of Business - A changing music industry means business as usual for All That Remains frontman Phil Labonte

    All That Remains frontman and bandleader Phil Labonte has no worries about how recent changes in the music industry have made it increasingly difficult for bands to remain economically viable. As a self-proclaimed conservative, Ronald Reagan enthusi...

    by Saby Reyes-Kulkarni on September 4, 2008
  • Gator Is a Vegetable - One way to lose the blues is singin' the blues. Or sparring with Kilmo at the Alley.

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    Gator Is a Vegetable - One way to lose the blues is singin' the blues. Or sparring with Kilmo at the Alley.

    There are days that just fucking suck. Maybe you notice some weird rash after a recent one-night stand. Maybe you lose your job and come home early to find Mom in bed with the BF. Maybe you back your F-150 over your dog. Whatever; shit happens. And ...

    by Tara Nieuwesteeg on September 4, 2008
  • Enough With Bossa Nova - Brazilian guitarist Lulu Santos rocks South Florida after a four-year absence

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    Enough With Bossa Nova - Brazilian guitarist Lulu Santos rocks South Florida after a four-year absence

    Legendary guitarist, singer, and songwriter Lulu Santos can no longer bear to hear about the 50th anniversary of the bossa nova movement, an occasion that is being milked around the globe with an endless parade of concerts, documentaries, and specia...

    by Ernest Barteldes on September 4, 2008
  • No More "Sweet Home Alabama" - Local cover band Panic Disorder finally releases an album of originals

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    No More "Sweet Home Alabama" - Local cover band Panic Disorder finally releases an album of originals

    One unfortunate aspect of South Florida's music scene is that there isn't nearly enough room for bands making original music to thrive financially. There are only so many venues left (and the economy isn't helping). Too many bar owners who hire bands...

    by Jonathan Cunningham on September 4, 2008
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    Subterranean Finds - Exceptional new albums you should check out that reside well below the surface...

    The Avett Brothers The Second Gleam Yours truly first discovered this North Carolina trio -- two brothers and their buddy on bass -- in 2006 at the remarkable Telluride Bluegrass Festival and was immediately impressed. A fusion of folk, rock, ...

    by Lee Zimmerman on September 4, 2008
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    Howl at the Moon

    Even as the recession sweeps Fort Lauderdale bare of cash-spending nightwalkers, Howl at the Moon manages to bring out a raucous crowd. By midnight, this wide-open bar on the second floor of BeachPlace is packed elbow to elbow with drunken, stupidly...

    by Bryan Falla on September 4, 2008
  • Frank Zappa

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    Frank Zappa

    Sometime in the early 1970s, Frank Zappa wearily stated during a TV interview that average rock fans generally liked music they didn't have to try too hard to fathom -- "Nothing too off-the-wall," FZ said in the parlance of the time. If the recording...

    by Mark Keresman on September 4, 2008
  • Rachid Taha

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    Rachid Taha

    Rachid Taha's music treads a distinct line between two worlds, rooted in his experiences as an Algerian immigrant living in France. For those unfamiliar with the 49-year-old foreign star, he's been rocking out with a punk sensibility since the early ...

    by Braden Ruddy on September 4, 2008
  • The Baseball Project

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    The Baseball Project

    Long before sports strikes, steroid scandals, and Madonna trysts reared their homely heads, baseball was considered America's great national pastime. As devotion to the game cuts across generational lines, it's only natural there'd be a concept album...

    by Mark Keresman on September 4, 2008
  • Shwayze

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    Shwayze

    Most everything you need to know about horny, go-getting Los Angeles newcomer Shwayze can be gleaned from lines like this one from "Polaroid": "Woke up with a semi-hard dick/In a fat chick/Three this week/Call that a hat trick." Yeah, it's that bad. ...

    by Ben Westhoff on September 4, 2008
  • Roach Motel

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    Roach Motel

    If you know your Florida punk rock, you'll know the mighty Roach Motel, the Sunshine State's highly un-PC answer to Minor Threat. This CD compiles pretty much every RM song recorded (plus a Grand Funk Railroad cover), with the notable exclusion of t...

    by Abel Folgar on September 4, 2008
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    Dubstep: Diary of an Afro Warrior

    @ County Grind by Jonathan Cunningham on May 23, 2008 @ 2:00 pm
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    Come Get Funky With Obama

    @ County Grind by Jonathan Cunningham on May 23, 2008 @ 10:30 am
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    10 Greatest Moments in White Rap History

    Since it's a very chill Thursday morning and we could all use a few laughs, CrossFade is glad to present 10 of the dorkiest and funniest moments in the history of melanin-challenged rap: 1. Here's a dorky guy who can impersonate LL Cool J, Mystikal ...

    @ County Grind by Jonathan Cunningham on May 22, 2008 @ 10:33 am
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