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    Broken Social Scene - Bee Hives (Arts and Crafts)

    For numerous indie bands, Bee Hives, recorded between Broken Social Scene's cerebral debut, Feel Good Lost, and its pop-friendly follow-up, You Forgot It in People, would be a masterstroke. But for these Canadians, still glowing from last year's brea...

    by Jeff Skruck on April 22, 2004
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    Xiu Xiu - Fabulous Muscles (5 Rue Christine)

    The first thing you hear when you put on Fabulous Muscles, the third full-length from Oakland's Xiu Xiu, is a couple of giggly synths burbling over skittish drumming. It sounds like tweaky circus music. "Oh," you think, "a fun-time happy album." Then...

    by Garrett Kamps on April 22, 2004
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    Alpha - Stargazing (Special Edition) (Nettwerk)

    Stargazing, the third album from Corin Dingley and Andy Jenks, a Bristol, England-based duo who initially debuted on Massive Attack's Melankolic label, sees them delving into their classic songwriter roots. Less of a trip-hop affair than their previo...

    by Lily Moayeri on April 22, 2004
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    Hella - The Devil Isn't Red (5 Rue Christine)

    Sacramento's Hella (guitarist Spencer Seim and drummer Zach Hill) make tinnitus-inducing barrage rock that has inspired many a noise connoisseur to draw comparisons to another power duo, Lightning Bolt. Like that Rhode Island outfit, Hella mostly pro...

    by Dave Segal on April 22, 2004
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    If you remember the original cover of Exodus seminal 1985 thrash classic Bonded by Blood, then this little bit of speculative trivia is for you. The artwork depicts a demonic pair of Siamese twins joined at the back. The twin on the left has curly b...

    by Saby Reyes-Kulkarni on April 22, 2004
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    Subtropical Spin - (Eulogy Recordings)

    Audible Almost There For the sake of journalistic integrity (is that an oxymoron?), you shouldnt judge a CD by its cover art, no matter how stomach-churningly bad it is. Well, sweet snake whiskey, the CD cover for Audibles latest CD is bad. Putt...

    by Audra Schroeder on April 22, 2004
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    Spring Bling - Talking the jibber-jabber in the indie-rock parking lot

    In the narrow, gravelly parking lot of the Billabong Pub in Pembroke Park, a visibly intoxicated young man makes a joke about being on the wrong side of the tracks. The pub is indeed in a strip mall on the west side of ties that cross Hallandale Beac...

    by Audra Schroeder on April 15, 2004
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    Cosmic Relief - The B-52's aren't ready to bomb just yet

    Do you positively lose your juice when "Cosmic Thing" comes on the jukebox in your neighborhood dive bar? Do you throw your hands in the air for the "tiiiiin roof... rusted!" break in "Love Shack" like you just won the lottery? Is "Rock Lobster" a st...

    by Saby Reyes-Kulkarni on April 15, 2004
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    Bad Acid Trip

    Bad Acid Trip Bands like the American Analog Set and even former bombast-and-fury enthusiasts Einstrzende Neubaten are proving that, in the face of media-driven overstimulation, truly daring has become synonymous with quiet and restraint. Not so ...

    by Saby Reyes-Kulkarni on April 15, 2004
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    What Is the Ultimate "Let's Get It On" Song?

    Inspired by next week's Prince concert, Maggie and Aaron of the Freakin' Hott answer the burning, throbbing question: What is the ultimate "Let's get it on" song? Maggie: "Chris Isaak's 'Baby Did a Bad, Bad Thing.' He starts off slowly crooning, w...

    by Audra Schroeder on April 15, 2004
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    Feel Da Luv - A hip-hop label in Coral Springs wants you to get in the van

    Picture R. Kelly -- that is, if you can without thinking of Dave Chappelle's scatological parody "Pee On You." Scratch that. So, picture Ginuwine. He's on the beach, on his knees, shirtless, the sun setting behind him, the waves crashing seductively ...

    by Audra Schroeder on April 15, 2004
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    Rub a Dub - Dubconscious covers the roots of reggae with truth, man

    When Motown and Jamaican music collided in the late '60s in the soulful sounds of Bob Marley and the Wailers, it started down the path of what would eventually branch out into ska, rocksteady, roots, dub, dancehall, and ragga. The storied, larger-tha...

    by Scott Medvin on April 8, 2004
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    La-La-La-Laramie - Punk surf, surf punk, even if it's old junk -- it's still rock 'n' roll to Dean

    Jan and Dean are officially heading around Dead Man's Curve for good this time. Surf music, which was once the celebrated soundtrack to Frankie and Annette's beach-blanket skinfests, is lost on this generation. Let's face it: The elastic is all worn ...

    by Terra Sullivan on April 8, 2004
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    Moby for Veep - John Kerry should hit the decks for his running mate

    Like it or not, in today's politics, personality trumps policy. As our attention spans have withered, so too have our appetites -- and aptitudes -- for absorbing any information that doesn't come in bite-size kernels. Who wants to watch a debate abou...

    by Michael Serazio on April 8, 2004
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    Revolution, Himmarshee-style, now! - It won't be televised, but it will be live, brother

    On a recent Wednesday night, downtown Fort Lauderdale once again devolved into a nameless, faceless blob of fake boobs and fake tans, with a dash of social retardation thrown in. If you haven't noticed lately, the nightlife on Himmarshee doesn't have...

    by Audra Schroeder on April 8, 2004
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    Sloan - Action Pact (Viking Recordings)

    The fab four from Nova Scotia signed a pact indeed, with producer Tom Rothrock, who guided Sloan down the halls of Power Chord Valhalla for its seventh record. A self-described AC/DC fan, Rothrock convinced Sloan that there's no shame in stadium cock...

    by Jon Wilkins on April 8, 2004
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    John Vanderslice - Cellar Door (Barsuk)

    Considering that John Vanderslice's jagged pop and conceptual story-songs have stranded him everywhere from the loneliest tips of Antarctica to Mommy's cluttered basement, it's hardly surprising that his fourth album explores brooding territory. But ...

    by John La Briola on April 8, 2004
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    DJ Spooky vs. Twilight Circus - Riddim Clash (Play)

    In 1995, two bright young producers released their first solo projects: DJ Spooky's Songs of a Dead Dreamer and Ryan Moore's Twilight Circus in Dub Vol. 1. On one hand, these records -- and the artists' subsequent career tracks -- bear little resembl...

    by Matt Fisher on April 8, 2004
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    The Von Bondies - Pawn Shoppe Heart (Sire)

    The Von Bondies have discovered a way for indie bands to catapult themselves from relative unknowns to media darlings overnight. Apparently, it involves Jack White's fists, your lead singer's face, and an album worthy of all the hype that comes after...

    by Britta Barrett on April 8, 2004
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    Iron & Wine - Our Endless Numbered Days (Sub Pop)

    Sam Beam has a voice as sweet as iced tea in the summertime and a way with words that breaks hearts like a drunken surgeon, and so his second full-length teems with love songs wherein one of the lovers ends up as "ashes around the yard" and it's no b...

    by Zac Crain on April 8, 2004
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