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    Earache - Tha Union organizes against the fakers and haters of hip-hop

    Last Friday night at Ohm nightclub in West Palm Beach, I learned a few things: (1) Hardly anyone drinks beer at a hip-hop show. It's all about Hypnotiq, Grey Goose, and good ol' Hennessy with lime. (2) Hats are in. It doesn't matter if it's one of th...

    by Audra Schroeder on July 8, 2004
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    Warm Front - The indie heatseekers in the Thermals bring it fast and furious

    Although I slept through my freshman micro-economics course far more than I attended, and thus am hardly an expert in such matters, I believe a band may safely be deemed "efficient" if it can make an entire album for $6 (no matter how long it takes) ...

    by Michael Alan Goldberg on July 8, 2004
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    X-Ecutioners - Revolutions (Sony)

    While the four turntablists in the X-Ecutioners appear god-like on stage behind the wheels of steel -- pawing at breakbeats and twisting tempos into a rhythmic frenzy -- their work as producers has been pedestrian, ranging from the decent-but-simple ...

    on July 8, 2004
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    Fuck Tuesdays

    That's right, fuck 'em. What did they ever do for us? 2-for-1 Sex on the Beach shots? Touched by an Angel? The Simple Life 2? It's enough to make anyone want to claw their eyes out. With that in mind, the brains behind the monthly 100% Artcore night ...

    on July 8, 2004
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    The Beastie Boys - To the Five Boroughs (Capitol)

    The Beastie Boys' first three albums each redefined pop music, and Ad Rock, Mike D, and MCA haven't known what to do since. Ill Communication simply copied the sarcastic, live hip-hop of Check Your Head and wound up perfectly in sync with the Lollapa...

    on July 1, 2004
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    Two Lone Swordsmen - From the Double Gone Chapel (Warp Records)

    Further distinguishing themselves from their laptop-addled colleagues, the Chapel of Keith Tenniswood and Andrew Weatherhall sees the duo veer from gently batting the electronic template to an all-out smackdown. Whereas they were once immersed in the...

    on July 1, 2004
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    Architecture in Helsinki - Fingers Crossed (Bar None)

    Take a high school band from suburban Australia, lock it in a recording studio with records by Belle & Sebastian, Brigitte Bardot, and the Beach Boys, then give its members only sugary snacks to subsist upon and you might come up with Architecture in...

    on July 1, 2004
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    Velvet Revolver - Contraband (RCA)

    Dear Partnership for a Drug-Free America, Here is my treatment for a future advertisement: We start with a close-up of a hot, butter-coated FRYING PAN. There is NO SOUND. We see two hands crack a couple of EGGS, which splash and sizzle on the skil...

    on July 1, 2004
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    Avril Lavigne - Under My Skin (Arista)

    Ever heard the old saying, "You can't polish a turd?" These are the exact words I would have spoken to the incomparable Butch Walker before he signed on as producer of this record. He did a damn good job on the production end -- as good as one could ...

    on July 1, 2004
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    Flaw'd Logic - Southern Flaw is a killer band first, fuck-ups second

    The scene at downtown Fort Lauderdale's Poor House on any given Friday or Saturday night is familiar. Young men and women pile into the club's close quarters to hear the band and unwind. People sit at the bar and swap stories while a handful of tipsy...

    by Terra Sullivan on July 1, 2004
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    DJ Icey

    DJ Icey Despite his name, DJ Icey is a Florida native who was nurtured in the booming mid-'90s Orlando electronic scene. Yes, those were the days when raves were all the rage. But when the dance scene in Florida briefly froze over in the late '90s...

    on July 1, 2004
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    Get into the Groove - Tracy Young is a DJ with a heart of gold

    Bright beams of colored light swirl and sweep across the crowded dance floor, illuminating sweaty, muscular bodies. The relentless bass is more than just loud; it's a full-body massage at 130 beats per minute. Neon green go-go dancers gyrate wildly o...

    by John Landers on July 1, 2004
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    The Rocket Summer

    The Rocket Summer A few years ago, the phrase "I'm a singer-songwriter" could kill a conversation faster than a joke about the handicapped. But now, it's making a comeback, thanks in part to musicians like Bryce Avary, a.k.a. the Rocket Summer. Ar...

    on July 1, 2004
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    Thee Academy

    Thee Academy For anyone who wants to relive the horrors of private school -- rulers wrapping your knuckles, rulers measuring the length of your skirt, you being denied pudding if you don't eat your meat -- then get thee to Thee Academy. This new m...

    on July 1, 2004
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    Josh Wink

    Josh Wink Listening to Josh Wink is like being kidnapped by the ice cream man. First, he draws you out with some lush, curious sounds. Then, he snatches you up and pumps you full of ear sugar. A voice-mail message of someone saying "Are you the...

    on July 1, 2004
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    Lefty Lucie

    Lefty Lucie Lefty Lucie (self-released) Lefty Lucie is a five-piece from Broward County, fronted by singer Lucie Wood. The debut self-titled EP is four songs of breezy, chiming guitars and drums backing Woods charming, sultry vocals. So wha...

    on July 1, 2004
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    Overheard

    The following exchange took place between a young man and a young woman at the bar at the Poor House, 110 SW Third Ave., Fort Lauderdale. Who says romance is dead? Man: How come I never see you here with anyone? Woman: Umm... don't know. Ma...

    on July 1, 2004
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    Earache - The sex-obsessed Gravy Train!!!! answers question about sex!!!!

    Gravy Train!!!! (yes, the four exclamation points are part of the name) is a four-piece band from Oakland, California, that's composed of Chunx, Funx, Hunx, and Junx. Chunx, the singer, and Funx, the keyboardist, are two curvy, potty-mouthed ladies; ...

    by Audra Schroeder on July 1, 2004
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    Pitchfork's Progress - The e-zine might represent the New Rock Critic Order -- with some controversy

    It turns out the funniest Onion-esque fake news story penned so far this year did not spring from the Onion. No, Sub Pop Records -- a concern not ordinarily known for its forays into satire and comedy writing -- deserves full credit for "Pitchfork St...

    by Rob Harvilla on July 1, 2004
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    Popscene's Anniversary

    My, look who's turning 1! It's everyone's favorite Saturday-night indie dance party, Popscene! And to celebrate, it's inviting Humbert, Bling Bling, Summer Blanket, the Freakin' Hott, Helen Horal, and you to come over for soda, pie, a water balloon f...

    on June 24, 2004
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