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    Indie Bangers - Algorithm breaks from the rap pack to form GuerillaARC

    On the tenth floor of an anonymous building in the Brickell district is a small room that looks like a college dorm room, decorated with random pictures of graffiti and a boom box on the computer desk. This is the quiet, abnormally normal headquarter...

    by Esther Park on May 20, 2004
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    You Got Scored - Yeah, the movie sucked. But the soundtrack's killer.

    The world at large remembers the Porky's movies, if it remembers them at all, as the precursors of the American Pie films, a way station between Animal House and the most recent crop of movies that encourage us to laugh at young people and their geni...

    by Jordan Harper on May 20, 2004
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    Felix da Housecat - Devin Dazzle and the Neon Fever (Emperor Norton)

    The electroclash scene isn't dead yet. Or if it is, then nobody told Felix da Housecat. Once a Chicago house DJ who was huge in Europe and barely noticed in the States, Felix arrived in 2002 with one of nouveau synth-pop's finest platters, Kittenz an...

    on May 20, 2004
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    Broken Spindles - Fulfilled/Complete (Saddle Creek)

    Rock dudes who make minimalist electronic music on the side ought to be lined up, bent over, and savagely molested with a 12-disc Philip Glass box set until they bawl like Michael Jackson's paperboy. Thankfully, Omaha's indie-dance outfit the Faint i...

    on May 20, 2004
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    William Hung - Inspiration (Koch)

    The San Francisco Bay Area is filled with lots of dorkballs, gaylords, punkers, and other people who just sort of suck at life. William Hung was one of them, but now he's graduated to celebrity status. Despite getting the shaft on American Idol, Will...

    on May 20, 2004
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    Loretta Lynn - Van Lear Rose (Interscope)

    A couple of times a year, you get an album that puts all others in perspective, one that makes everything you heard recently that you thought was great sound merely good, everything you thought was good seem average, and everything average sound just...

    on May 20, 2004
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    Lostprophets - Start Something (Sony)

    If you title your new album Start Something, you'd better actually do something. So it's a good thing that Lostprophets can walk the walk. These Welsh boys hit the ground running with the radio hit "Last Train Home," which may have laid the tracks fo...

    on May 20, 2004
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    Porter Hall Tennessee - Plant a kiss on the dirty mouth of the South

    Where would country music be without songs about booze, tattoos, gasoline, God, the devil, one-way streets, broken cars, broken hearts, and broken bones? Somewhere between the grit of X and the dusty road poetry of Merle Haggard stands Porter Hall Te...

    on May 20, 2004
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    Skidmark - Lost Identity

    Skidmark Lost Identity (self-released) Take a look at these guys on their album cover. They look pretty confident. They appear to be hip dudes. It doesnt really seem they met in high school or college. I bet they met at a really cool job. O...

    on May 20, 2004
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    Hum Along - Humbert does it one more time, with feeling

    "It may turn out to be a lovely morning mist as perceived through mosquito netting, or it may turn out to be the swerves of a scenic drive as felt by the horizontal passenger of an ambulance." -- Vladimir Nabokov, on Stanley Kubrick's film version...

    by Jon Wilkins on May 13, 2004
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    Beats from Italian Eats - A Hollywood club that doesn't have a case of the Mondays

    It's a little after midnight, and the room is already packed. A sweaty crowd is waving hands in the air, trying not to spill Budweisers and martinis, and dancing boisterously. As Depeche Mode's "Just Can't Get Enough" starts to play, a woman in a bla...

    by John Landers on May 13, 2004
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    Zero 7

    So everyone's talking about how the French duo Air's latest disc, Talkie Walkie, is a total "makeout album" filled with softcore-porn soundtrack fodder, longing glances, and face-in-the-pillow talk. That's all fine and good, but two Brits, Henry Binn...

    by Audra Schroeder on May 13, 2004
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    Brian Tappert

    Brian Tappert is co-owner of the Fort Lauderdale-based house label Soulfuric Recordings and one-half of the remix team Jazz-N-Groove Productions (with partner Mark Pomeroy). He tackles the question that has haunted music for decades: What fashion tr...

    by Audra Schroeder on May 13, 2004
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    Earache - Dance music gets artcore on Las Olas

    Karma Lounge is located in the rarefied realm between the beginning of Riverwalk and the west end of Las Olas, neatly tying together the party crowd and the upscale fashionistas. On any other night at Karma, an internationally acclaimed DJ might be s...

    by Audra Schroeder on May 6, 2004
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    Thrift-hop Downtown - Secondhand Outfit dresses hip-hop in pop culture's dirty duds

    Hip-hop's global empire is a juggernaut, racing from braggadocio to backpack-toting purists who shun the materialistic. But the true demographic of the genre is harder to nail down than a Pauly Shore fan. The once strictly urban b-boy ideologies have...

    by Kiran Aditham on May 6, 2004
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    Pedal Files - The Bikes nail the difficult five-point genre-jump of flaming death

    Remember your first bike? Whether it was a black BMX complete with a handlebar shield and the number 9 or a pseudo-Huffy with a pink banana seat and handlebar tassels, it was still freedom on two wheels. After destroying it by jumping over wood ramps...

    by Jon Wilkins on May 6, 2004
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    Mountain Goats - We Shall All Be Healed (4AD)

    Is it wrong to want bands to stay broke? To wish that they would keep recording on shitty four-tracks and never upgrade? We Shall All Be Healed is good. We'll give it that. John Darnielle is a talented lyricist and vocalist; all the fancy new equipme...

    on May 6, 2004
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    Jon Langford - All the Fame of Lofty Deeds (Bloodshot)

    Damn, Jon Langford's got a lot of music welling up inside him -- he's a member of the UK's primo punk/post-punk/alt-country stalwarts the Mekons; Chicago's country-charged rowdies the Waco Brothers; Bloodshot Records' house band, the Pine Valley Cosm...

    on May 6, 2004
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    William Basinski - The Disintegration Loops (2062)

    You're digging through your closet or drawer, sifting through all the years of junk, and you find something. You thought that Bell Biv DeVoe "Poison" single was a goner, but there it is. You brush off the layer of dust and pop it in your car stereo l...

    on May 6, 2004
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    Brides of Destruction - Here Come the Brides (Sanctuary Records)

    The curse of the side project dictates that no matter how vastly different your new band is, you will be held up to the ungodly standards of the band that made you famous. Many Mtley Cre fans (present company included) would listen to any side proj...

    on May 6, 2004
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