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    The Hold Steady - Almost Killed Me (Frenchkiss)

    The Hold Steady is the current project of former Lifter Puller vocalist -- and security broker -- Craig Finn. After the legendary Minneapolis band went belly-up, Finn left his job in the finance trade and moved to New York City to create stories of t...

    on June 3, 2004
  • The Wildhearts

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    The Wildhearts

    Hair metal is an addiction for some; the spandex, the teased 'dos, the bulge-accentuating pants, and total gender abandonment are a fix. Unfortunately, there are no self-help books for this problem. There are no formal group therapy sessions to atten...

    on June 3, 2004
  • Overheard

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    Overheard

    Overheard The following conversation took place in the men's bathroom at Jester's Bar and Grill (801 E. Cypress Creek Blvd., Fort Lauderdale), an after-hours joint. It was 3 a.m. on a Saturday, and the Zeta-friendly tunes washed over the patrons....

    on June 3, 2004
  • Bill Cruz - Spirit Parade (Winebay)

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    Bill Cruz - Spirit Parade (Winebay)

    Like a mixture of Postal Service and Iron and Wine, singer/songwriter Bill Cruz pens quiet, acoustic ballads that have an electronic kink in them. It's rustic music with a coffee buzz. A close listen to the lyrics, however, reveals Cruz has a real so...

    on June 3, 2004
  • Article

    The Wildhearts

    Hair metal is an addiction for some; the spandex, the teased 'dos, the bulge-accentuating pants, and total gender abandonment are a fix. Unfortunately, there are no self-help books for this problem. There are no formal group therapy sessions to atten...

    on June 3, 2004
  • Article

    Oly

    In the past year, electro-pop pixie Oly has been quietly passing out her home-recorded demo CD-R's to a handful of lucky clubgoers in Miami and Fort Lauderdale. On them, she lays down a charming swirl of lo-fi retro beats, accompanying her sweater-so...

    on June 3, 2004
  • Article

    Earache - Read This Article! It's Full of Obscenities!

    In the smoke-filled confines of Morning Drinker Studios in Fort Lauderdale, there was a rap-off a-brewin'. Weed aficionado Afroman and Florida's own Blowfly, two rappers who like to spout off about drugs, drinking, and all types of ill shit, were poi...

    by Audra Schroeder on June 3, 2004
  • Article

    Animal Collective - Sung Tongs (Fat Cat)

    This ain't no never-never land. This ain't no tweehouse fort. This ain't no Disney-go-round. But somewhere in the ether, savvy counselors at a cult day camp broadcast Sung Tongs over the PA during 'shrooms-and-cookies hour. Animal Collective's fuzzy-...

    on June 3, 2004
  • Article

    Miss Kittin - I Com (Astralwerks)

    Electroclash was just a 15-minute cocaine high on the pop time line, so Miss Kittin is deservedly cranky on her solo debut-cum-comedown, I Com. She kicks off a liturgy of her sub-A-list duties (adding people to the guest lists, kissing cheeks) on the...

    on June 3, 2004
  • The Streets - A Grand Don't Come for Free (Vice)

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    The Streets - A Grand Don't Come for Free (Vice)

    No British rapper has a bigger hurdle to overcome than the Streets' Mike Skinner. His second full-length, A Grand Don't Come for Free, comes two years after the critical and fan favorite Original Pirate Material, an album the "British Eminem" used to...

    on June 3, 2004
  • Article

    Los Lobos - The Ride (Hollywood)

    After the commercial and creative peaks of its "La Bamba" cover and 1992's Kiko, respectively, Los Lobos owed themselves -- and us -- another great record. The Ride, a mix of rearranged band classics and sublime originals, is such an album, not just ...

    on June 3, 2004
  • Article

    Earache - A tribute to bad music and the public that (secretly) loves it

    So, I can't stop listening to American Idol reject William Hung's CD. And I can only chalk it up to its overwhelming guilty-pleasure aspect. The mutilated notes, the castration of everything decent about the human voice; it's all there waiting to mak...

    by Audra Schroeder on May 27, 2004
  • Article

    Gettin' Hers - Tanya Stephens proves truth is stranger than fiction

    The intro to Tanya Stephens' latest album asks this question: "At this stage in my life/I really don't care if I have the approval of a few of my peers/I diverted for a little while/And the calls from my so-called friends stopped/I guess they thought...

    by Lady English on May 27, 2004
  • Article

    Hey, Miss DJ - Soozin brings down the house, one jam at a time

    South Florida is home to thousands of DJs, both the big-name and the bedroom variety. Sure, female DJs get behind the decks, but many are marketed as hot, busty eye candy. DJ Soozin sits at the opposite end of the table. In fact, she's not even at th...

    by John Landers on May 27, 2004
  • Article

    DJ N-Wee - The Slack Album (TheSlackAlbum.com)

    These days, mash-ups of Jay-Z's The Black Album are becoming as common as massive egos on reality shows. Not to mention that the whole DJ mash-up phenomenon is getting to be as played out as trucker hats at Old Navy. But regardless of the impending i...

    on May 27, 2004
  • Article

    Funkstrung - Disconnected (!K7)

    Munich's Chris de Luca and Michael Fakesch (Funkstrung) are better-known for their remixes (including those for Wu-Tang Clan and Bjrk) than for their own productions, which fuse playful melodies, granulated textures, and fractured, cubist electro-r...

    on May 27, 2004
  • Article

    The Thermals - Fuckin A (Sub Pop)

    "Second verse, same as the first!" When Joey Ramone, innocently enough, heisted this line from Herman's Hermits, little did he know that it would one day become a battle cry. Since then, untold scores of punk and indie acts have clung fanatically to ...

    on May 27, 2004
  • Article

    Ty - Upwards (Big Dada)

    Like pre-Iraq War British intelligence, U.K. hip-hop is regarded as suspect at best. After all, the classic hip-hop mantra "Fuck tha police" doesn't seem as relevant when the fuzz comes armed with billy clubs and funny hats. Upwards, the new album fr...

    on May 27, 2004
  • Article

    David Cross - That's Not Funny (Sub Pop)

    With the title of his new album, standup performer David Cross has a point. Abortion, Gulf War II, and Family Circus aren't inherently funny, but he successfully mines them for big laughs. The balding, bespectacled Cross has been in the spotlight ...

    on May 27, 2004
  • Article

    Harry Connick Jr.

    Hey, fellas -- haven't gotten laid in a while? Is the lady in your life giving you the cold shoulder? Do yourself a favor and buy a couple of tickets to the Harry Connick Jr. concert. Word on the street is that the velvety voice and jazzy ivory tickl...

    on May 27, 2004
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