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    Live Wire

    Simply Jeff The breakbeat is a strange animal that must be approached with caution. With roots in old-school breakdance music and hip-hop, breakbeats have always enjoyed a certain counterculture notoriety. But things have changed recently. Today, ...

    on June 17, 2004
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    Overheard - Elwood's

    The following conversation took place between two co-workers at Elwood's (301 E. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach) during happy hour: Co-worker number one: "I loved Huey Lewis! I spent most of the '80's throwing up Jagermeister, so I couldn't tell you ...

    on June 17, 2004
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    fivesixsixfive - fivesixsixfive (self-released)

    The CD arrived in a plain brown wrapper, slipped stealthily onto my desk by an unknown associate. Perhaps, I thought, it would be the answer to the upcoming months of barren sonic landscape in South Florida. And I can reveal, my socks were knocked....

    on June 17, 2004
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    Shift Storm - Stickshift Lover struggles to escape the tar pits of its past

    The time has come -- now that Spandex pants, high kicks, and leg splits are back in vogue -- for dormant local legend Stickshift Lover to emerge from its metallic cocoon and stalk the Earth. This fivesome unloads guitar solos and drum fills like a du...

    by Jeff Stratton on June 10, 2004
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    Morgue for Your Money - Murder by Death thinks people want to kill them. How ironic!

    "We don't have tattoos on our necks. We don't write songs about feelings and stuff. And we certainly don't scream enough. We're probably going to get eaten alive." Such were the recollections of Matt Armstrong, the scared-shitless bassist for the ...

    by Jason Heller on June 10, 2004
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    RJD2 - Since We Last Spoke (Definitive Jux)

    RJD2's 2002 album, Dead Ringer, was a pitch-perfect mix of soul-filled, funky instrumental hip-hop and a showcase for guest rhymers like Copywrite and Blueprint. But the Columbus-based producer seems determined to prove that he can succeed without he...

    on June 10, 2004
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    Los Amigos Invisibles - The Venezuelan Zinga Son, Vol. 1 (Luaka Bop)

    Arrive at the party after midnight and the dancers look dull and bored. Same old music. Slip the hostess The Venezuelan Zinga Son, Vol. 1. Suddenly everyone is as beautiful as the girl from Ipanema, as ba-a-ad as Superfly, and as fab as a shirtless b...

    on June 10, 2004
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    Morrissey - You Are the Quarry (Attack)

    It's not easy being the furrowed-browed, pompadoured patron saint for all of the shy guys, shut-ins, and sexually ambiguous folks out there. For the better part of the 1980s and 1990s, Morrissey has carried you all on his shoulders, crafting beautifu...

    on June 10, 2004
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    Dieselboy - The Dungeonmaster's Guide (HUMAN/System Recordings)

    Roni Size and Goldie may have the celebrity market cornered, but it is Dieselboy who has the hardcore following. On his eighth mix CD, The Dungeonmaster's Guide, the junglist pursues a fantasy theme narrated by Peter Cullen, the voice behind Venger f...

    on June 10, 2004
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    !!! - Louden Up Now (Touch and Go)

    Have you seen that new commercial on TV where shit like stray basketballs and clumsy bicyclists and spurts of water from hoses start hitting the sides of a car? All those random thumps start speeding up and blurring together until they coalesce into ...

    on June 10, 2004
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    Live Wire

    Hot Water Music It has taken Gainesville, Florida, punk quartet Hot Water Music ten years to get past anonymity, a breakup, and some sonic transitions. Along the way, it grew from hardcore roots toward more likable pop punk while still hovering jus...

    on June 10, 2004
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    Say It Loud

    Heavy-metal assassins Radar O'Reilly answer the morbid yet thought-provoking question: What songs would you like played at your funeral? Righteous Richard: The Who's "A Quick One While He's Away" Death Metal Douglas: Mission of Burma's "Eins...

    on June 10, 2004
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    Beat Street

    Open Deck Wednesdays Hey, Mister DJ. MOZ challenges you to a duel. Do you accept? Memo to aspiring DJs: You've annoyed the neighbors, neglected your significant other, and become a beat-matching, cross-fading, tone-tweaking legend in your own m...

    on June 10, 2004
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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
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    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
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    Andrew WK

    What's the motivation behind partying hard? Try wise man Andrew WK. One visit to his website, www.andrew-wk.com, reveals the man behind the party machine. While it reads a bit like the label on a bottle of Dr. Bronner's Hemp Oil Soap, the blog offers...

    on June 3, 2004
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    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
  • Pink Dot Dash - Holland's quirky cult band keeps spreading that legendary pink stuff

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    Pink Dot Dash - Holland's quirky cult band keeps spreading that legendary pink stuff

    The official story of the Legendary Pink Dots' name mentions a keyboard player who needed nail polish to remember the notes. Yet leader Edward Ka-Spel has picked up the kaleidoscope dropped by Syd Barrett and brought it blazing into the 21st Century ...

    by Jeff Stratton on June 3, 2004
  • Let's Get Weird - The Nag Champayons fill the room with a positive vibe

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    Let's Get Weird - The Nag Champayons fill the room with a positive vibe

    In the intimate practice space of the Seventh Circuit in North Miami, six guys with varying amounts of facial hair tune their instruments. A fog machine sits on the floor coughing puffs of smoke into the air. On a large screen behind the stage, geome...

    by Audra Schroeder on June 3, 2004
  • K-Ahzz Theory - The dark lord of the dance floor by night, electrician by day

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    K-Ahzz Theory - The dark lord of the dance floor by night, electrician by day

    While helping customers pick out dance singles during his day job at Karma Records (821 E. Oakland Park Blvd., Oakland Park), Corey Malloy flashes a mischievous grin and heavily tattooed arms that hint at the existence of a somewhat sinister alter eg...

    by John Landers on June 3, 2004
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