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    La Gata de 190 - Argentine tango goddess Mara Angelica Miln remembers her nine lives

    On Thursdays, couples engrossed in an intimate candlelight dinner conversation at the Design District's One Ninety Restaurant may be surprised when a slightly miffed elderly woman, wearing a red sequined dress and fishnet stockings, tells them to shu...

    by Julienne Gage on August 19, 2004
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    Asobi Seksu - Asobi Seksu (Friendly Fire)

    New York quartet Asobi Seksu's album cover has a "dream pop" label stamped squarely top-left like a '60s hi-fi Stones record. They obviously aren't afraid of wearing their influences on their sleeves. Asobi Seksu is a pastiche of early '90s indie roc...

    on August 19, 2004
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    Lloyd Banks - The Hunger for More (Interscope)

    Armed to the teeth, bloodthirsty, and more concerned with making profits than being prophets, the members of G-Unit sound like the perfect candidates to be delivering the keynote address at next month's Republican National Convention ("G-G-G-G.O.P.!"...

    on August 19, 2004
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    Nautical Almanac - Rooting for the Microbes (Load)

    Baltimore-based Nautical Almanac builds its own instruments -- instruments that, if the liner notes to Rooting for the Microbes are to be believed, do not require the use of electricity. Dubious, indeed. Closer listening to this record suggests that ...

    on August 19, 2004
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    Galaxie 500 - Don't Let Our Youth Go to Waste 1987-1991 (Plexifilm)

    Quantity over quality must have been the motto behind this compendium, which collects several hours' worth of live footage -- including camcorder bootlegs shot in a high school gymnasium -- in its quest to compile a visual record of stark, strummy Ga...

    on August 19, 2004
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    Luciano - Serious Times (VP)

    Born a simple country boy in rural Jamaica, Jepther McClymont, a.k.a. Luciano, has become the premier roots singer of his generation. As one of the few top-shelf artists to hold firm to the traditional reggae sound in a dancehall-dominated scene, he ...

    on August 19, 2004
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    Ultrastar*

    Electronica is alive and well in the F.L.A., having survived the demise of Squeeze and the unfortunate revival of college alt-rock in the guise of 20-somethings doing their best Eddie Vedder impression while bitching about their girlfriends. Thank To...

    on August 19, 2004
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    Boston

    Every Boston album cover, beginning with the band's self-titled 1976 debut, features a funky spaceship. The image -- usually a gigantic psychedelic saucer topped with a glass dome -- passed down to 1978's Don't Look Back, 1986's Third Stage, 1994's W...

    on August 19, 2004
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    Psychedelic Furs

    In support of recent reissues of their first three records, the Psychedelic Furs have embarked on a U.S. tour, effectively preempting any chance of a surprise episode of Bands Reunited. I'm sure we all wanted to see the cameras sneak up on Richard Bu...

    on August 19, 2004
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    Say It Loud

    Drum and bass DJ GENR8 answers the question: What do you think about all these DJ schools? I think it's great. [DJing] was something that wasn't even acknowledged as a skill until recently. Now, people know it can be a career. But it's also about t...

    on August 19, 2004
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    Overheard

    At the packed KRS-One show recently at I/O Lounge, these nuggets of verbal gold were bandied about by a young man and his friend: Man number 1: I can set different rings for different calls. Man number 2: How many calls do you get that you need...

    on August 19, 2004
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    Earache - Holler at ya boy

    At a dance party at the Fox and Hound in Fort Lauderdale last year, just as the DJ put on Dre and Snoop's "Gin and Juice," a young man casually slipped me a CD. He looked deep into my glassy, alcohol-fogged eyes and said, "Few DJs have mastered the v...

    by Audra Schroeder on August 12, 2004
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    Body Rock - The b-boys in Broward's Unique Styles Crew break it off

    In a sweltering, cavernous gym in Miami-Dade County, a crowd of about 50 young men and women, a few small, squealing children, and one really brave grandma gathers on a Saturday night, plopping down in a small, informal circle. In the middle stand te...

    by Audra Schroeder on August 12, 2004
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    Traffic Jams - This tag-teaming trio's got the beats that make the booty go clap

    What happens when you combine three quirky DJs, a bottle of George Dickel Tennessee whisky, a swanky downtown dance club peppered with white couches, girls in hot pants, and male bonding? A totally hot dance party, that's what. Add a DJ booth adorned...

    by Heather Ross on August 12, 2004
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    Scissor Sisters - Scissor Sisters (Universal)

    The Scissor Sisters exhibit a keen survivor's instinct, with one platformed heel angled toward the past and the other toward the future. In 2001, they made a slapdash attempt to infiltrate Williamsburg's electroclash scene. That big, neon ship went d...

    on August 12, 2004
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    Macha - Forget Tomorrow (Jet Set)

    To most people, world beat music conjures the sounds of ethereal synthesizers mixed with tabla beats and finger cymbals. But few know the modern world beat of Macha, a trio from Athens, Georgia, that fuses alternative rock with Indonesian folk as sea...

    on August 12, 2004
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    They Might Be Giants - Spine (Idlewild/Rounder)

    When silly is your MO, the line between self-parody and business as usual is exceptionally thin. They Might Be Giants has had ample opportunity to explore both sides of that divide. In nearly 20 years of remarkably consistent recording and performing...

    on August 12, 2004
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    James T. Cotton - The Dancing Box (Ghostly International)

    Tadd Mullinix (sometimes known as Dabrye, here referred to as Cotton, and never to be confused with the similarly named blues guitarist) knows that retro electronics are becoming pass. It's not enough to rehash, so on his first album as Cotton, The ...

    on August 12, 2004
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    KRS-One - Keep Right (Grit)

    Mr. Knowledge Reigns Supreme Over Nearly Everyone isn't just any indie-label rapper. This 1986 new-school graduate has become certifiably old-school as he nears his 20th anniversary of MCing professionally. Having renounced the path of criminal-minde...

    on August 12, 2004
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    Luddy

    Ludwig Clarke, aka Luddy, is a local DJ/singer who laces his dancehall and reggae jams with stream-of-consciousness-style raps about revelry, chicks, and hardships, echoing the Grammy-winning Sean Paul and the multiplatinum-selling Shaggy. Considerin...

    on August 12, 2004
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