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    Radiohead to Play in Miami on Upcoming Tour

    RADIOHEAD CONFIRMS NORTH AMERICAN TOUR MARKETS With In Rainbows having debuted today at #1 on the U.S. charts, RADIOHEAD has confirmed the cities to be visited on the band's upcoming North American tour. The tour will take place in two segments, on...

    @ County Grind by Arielle Castillo on January 10, 2008 @ 8:55 am
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    Concert Review: JJ Grey and MOFRO

    @ County Grind by Jonathan Cunningham on January 9, 2008 @ 2:28 pm
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    Last Night: Louis XIV, Hot Hot Heat, and Editors at Culture Room

    Louis XIV, Hot Hot Heat, and Editors Culture Room, Ft. Lauderdale Tuesday, January 8, 2008 Better Than: Seeing all three bands together at an even smaller venue The Review: Last night's show at the Culture Room marked the first stop of a tour by r...

    @ County Grind by Arielle Castillo on January 9, 2008 @ 8:55 am
  • Behemoth

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    Behemoth

    Even by their own genre's standards, Polish black/death metal outfit Behemoth sounds like a relentless hailstorm of jackhammer drumming and super-fast, abrasive riffing. As if the band's whiteface outfits and anti-Christian artwork weren't clear eno...

    by Saby Reyes-Kulkarni on April 24, 2008
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    Pelican

    The dense, crushing expansiveness of Pelican's four-song debut EP was an incisive slice through heavy metal's bloated corpse, with its pinnacle track -- the appropriately titled "Mammoth" -- being little more than a plunging meditation on a single b...

    by Jason Ferguson on April 24, 2008
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    Ninjaman

    There's always been something a little wacky about Jamaican dancehall legend Ninjaman. He emerged in the late 1980s as one of the hardest and rudest dancehall acts on the scene. Since then, his image has always been half gangster and half weirdo, bu...

    by Jonathan Cunningham on April 24, 2008
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    Carlos Santana

    Carlos Santana has a lot on his plate these days: He's launching a chain of Mexican restaurants, appearing in Macy's commercials to hype the line of women's shoes he's designed, and advocating a national holiday to honor labor leader Csar Chvez. B...

    by Dean C. Minderman on April 24, 2008
  • Rootz Rock Rebellion - Kingston's Rootz Underground takes spiritual reggae to higher heights

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    Rootz Rock Rebellion - Kingston's Rootz Underground takes spiritual reggae to higher heights

    Reggae music is rarely considered a genre in which artists are afraid to speak truth to power. The music has a storied tradition of rebellious singers, from Bob Marley to Burning Spear to Lucky Dube, who railed against society's ills and often suffe...

    by Jonathan Cunningham on April 24, 2008
  • Too Much Music on the Brain - One day, every song ever recorded will fit into your pocket -- but will you listen to any of them?

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    Too Much Music on the Brain - One day, every song ever recorded will fit into your pocket -- but will you listen to any of them?

    There was a time when I knew what I wanted to listen to. I was poor, but I bought CDs anyway, and I had stacks of them, purchased with enthusiasm and knowledge shared among friends. A pricey endeavor, sure. But once I discovered Napster and CD-burni...

    by Karla Starr on April 24, 2008
  • 763 MP3s in 48 Hours - Paul Ford heard more SXSW acts than anyone else, without leaving New York

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    763 MP3s in 48 Hours - Paul Ford heard more SXSW acts than anyone else, without leaving New York

    It's probably safe to say that nobody's South By Southwest experience this year was as comprehensive as that of Paul Ford, an editor at Harper's and a blogger at themorningnews.org. And here's the thing -- Ford never left New York City. Instead, ...

    by John Nova Lomax on April 24, 2008
  • Borne in the U.S.A. - How they define the heartland on Broward Boulevard

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    Borne in the U.S.A. - How they define the heartland on Broward Boulevard

    I like to think I'm a little more culturally savvy than your average cookie-cutter blond American girl. I'm a hookah pro. I love licorice from northern Europe. I can swear in at least six different languages. And I'll drink alcohol that's been impor...

    by Tara Nieuwesteeg on April 24, 2008
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    Atmosphere Lounge

    In the club culture of Las Olas Riverfront, among the booze and the miniskirts, youll find a wholly different atmosphere at Atmosphere Lounge. The Lounge is best known for its espresso, but the wine, beer, and live entertainment make this a sleeper...

    by Bryan Falla on April 24, 2008
  • One.Be.Lo

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    One.Be.Lo

    Passion + good music = respect. It's a formula few rappers in today's hip-hop climate seem to understand, much less use. Pontiac, Michigan, emcee One.Be.Lo is quickly positioning himself as one of the country's more highly appreciated underground em...

    by Khary Kimani Turner on April 24, 2008
  • Gnarls Barkley

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    Gnarls Barkley

    We expect a lot from our indie-ethos, crossover pop stars nowadays, even from a duo as inspired as Gnarls Barkley, AKA DJ Danger Mouse and rapper/singer/preacher Cee-Lo. We expect guilt-free yet radio-worthy earworms such as "Crazy," plus genuine pa...

    by Ben Westhoff on April 24, 2008
  • Gonzalo Rubalcaba

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    Gonzalo Rubalcaba

    Though this Gonzalo Rubalcaba fellow is an ace jazz pianist originally from Cuba, don't tag him a "Cuban" or "Afro-Cuban" jazz musician. While he's been influenced by his homeland's traditions, Rubalcaba's approach has been likewise impacted by clas...

    by Mark Keresman on April 24, 2008
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    The Wilders

    For a red-hot decade, Kansas City's the Wilders have been walking the line between pleasing the folk-festival contingent and the teamsters who warm the bar stools at local honky-tonks. Having already put their own righteous spin on traditional numbe...

    by Richard Gintowt on April 24, 2008
  • Howitzer

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    Howitzer

    When the latest 7-inch release from Howitzer showed up at the New Times office a month or so ago, it was an odd surprise. For starters, most bands don't have enough cojones to send vinyl in the mail. So there's all types of swagger attached to a ban...

    by Jonathan Cunningham on April 24, 2008
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    A New Radio Home for Indie Artists

    Navigating your way through the music industry as an independent artist isn't easy. The road is typically filled with more negative experiences than positive ones and opportunities to get your music heard by the masses aren't always readily availabl...

    by Jonathan Cunningham on April 24, 2008
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    Throwback Tuesday: Keepin' it Seventies

    @ County Grind by Arielle Castillo on January 8, 2008 @ 2:30 pm
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    Throwback Tuesday: E.L.O., "Mr. Blue Sky"

    @ County Grind by Arielle Castillo on January 8, 2008 @ 1:42 pm
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