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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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    Pigeon Funk - Pigeon Funk! (Proptronix)

    Pigeon Funk is a minimal techno side project initiated by San Francisco producers Kit Clayton, Sutekh, and Safety Scissors in 2001. Though originally released as a series of EP-length "battles" among the three artists, the trio's Pigeon Funk! compila...

    on May 6, 2004
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    Lust - Two ladies in search of one big shtick

    Lust Now that the under-21 crowd has been sent to its room and banished from Clematis by the crotchety crone running the city, it's time for some smut. Atlanta's Lust brings its, uh, "adult-themed" rawk to the dirty South. Singer and guitarist Su...

    on May 6, 2004
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    18 Wheelers - (self-released)

    In their continued efforts to tout the so-called "revival" of rock 'n' roll, mainstream media rags focus only on bands that rip off either the Rolling Stones or the Velvet Underground. Apparently, nothing earlier than the 1960s is worth reviving. Sur...

    on May 6, 2004
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    Space Oddity - Jon Darling is Lake Worth's junkyard hero

    A low buzzing sound fills a small schoolroom, which is dark save for a single string of Christmas lights. Suddenly, bright beams burst from a large, square hodgepodge of coils, tubes, and scrap metal that looks like a junkyard version of Mouse Trap. ...

    by Audra Schroeder on April 29, 2004
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    Siamese Nightmare - Detachment Kit likes things quiet on the road -- but not on-stage

    Chances are you had a parent or teacher force you to read something at one point in your youth and you thought the book really sucked. You hated having to slog through it and carried around resentment for years. You'd snap "I hate Shakespeare" or som...

    by Saby Reyes-Kulkarni on April 29, 2004
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    Windy City Blues - Tortoise and Savath and Savalas represent the sound of Chi-Town

    The sound of Tortoise can't be pigeonholed. Like the fusion jazz artists of the '70s who traversed across rock and jazz forms with time-signature shifts, the Chicago quintet -- John Herndon, Doug McCombs, Dan Bitney, Jeff Parker, and John McEntire --...

    by Mosi Reeves on April 29, 2004
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    Modest Mouse - Good News for People Who Love Bad News (Epic)

    The four years that passed between Modest Mouse's 2000 album The Moon & Antarctica and its new opus, Good News for People Who Love Bad News, seemed like an eternity. Gone is the world-weary anxiety that girded The Moon... like a vicious, inescapable...

    on April 29, 2004
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    The Kids of Widney High - Act Your Age (Moon Man)

    Go ahead, laugh. No, really. It's OK. Sure, you're laughing at a bunch of handicapped kids, but they pretty much asked for it. The Kids of Widney High is a rotating group of special-education students from Los Angeles who write and perform original s...

    on April 29, 2004
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    Junkie XL - Radio XL: A Broadcast from the Computer Hell Cabin (Koch)

    Junkie XL, the man behind the most ubiquitous exhumation-cum-remix, Elvis' "A Little Less Conversation," returns to production land with a lengthy, two-disc set, which is separated into "3PM" and "3AM." The "PM" disc is obviously the attention-getter...

    on April 29, 2004
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    Descendents - Cool to Be You (Fat Wreck Chords)

    Descendents front man Milo Aukerman, Ph.D., might be the smartest guy in rock. But more remarkable than his knack for biochemistry is his exceptional grasp of some elementary practices that elude many players who've been in the game 25-plus years. ...

    on April 29, 2004
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    Eagles of Death Metal - Peace Love Death Metal (Ant Acid Audio)

    A CD not to think about but to groove on and on and on. King of the stoned age Josh Homme, kickin' it behind the drum kit on this side project's side project, wouldn't have it any other way. If his band Queens of the Stone Age exists for the pothead ...

    on April 29, 2004
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    Paris, Texas

    While the band's name conjures up visions of Harry Dean Stanton and Nastassja Kinski, this Madison, Wisconsin, post-punk quintet was inspired to form by self-deprecating funnyman Neil Hamburger. The band took baby steps in 1998, when recording its se...

    on April 29, 2004
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    Jason Dunne

    Broward DJ and producer Jason Dunne, who is working on a remix of Gary Jules and Roland Orzabal's rendition of Tears for Fears' "Mad World" from the Donnie Darko soundtrack, might not know who let the dogs out or who left the cake out in the rain, bu...

    on April 29, 2004
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    Banned in WPB - Phallic condos and shiny Starbucks push the under-21 crowd off Clematis.

    The Geriatric Gestapo is after the kids. The West Palm Beach City Commission seems to believe that only those of us born between 1983 and 1986 have caused Clematis Street to turn into, as West Palm Beach Mayor Lois Frankel put it, "Bourbon Street."...

    by Audra Schroeder on April 22, 2004
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