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    4 Strings - Believe (Ultra)

    When I listen to Vanessa van Hemert's soaring voice and Carlo Resoort's epic lush production, I feel like a naked princess riding bareback on a white horse, the wind blowing against my long blond tresses, hurtling through a forest toward a castle whe...

    by Mosi Reeves on July 10, 2003
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    Fog - Ether Teeth (Ninja Tune)

    Sounding more like an aural sketch pad of ideas rather than the fully realized follow-up to his 2002 self-titled debut, Andrew Broder's Ether Teeth nonetheless sustains the Fog founder's personal lo-fi charm from beginning to end. Soothing moodscapes...

    by John La Briola on July 10, 2003
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    Schneider TM - 6 Peace (Mute)

    The Smiths, perhaps more than any other band, embodied humanity at its most sensitive and vulnerable. So it's profoundly disconcerting to hear a vocoder voice reciting the group's "There Is a Light That Never Goes Out." Less jarring yet still somewha...

    by Andrew Miller on July 10, 2003
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    Ibrahim Ferrer - Buenos Hermanos (Nonesuch)

    Before film audiences ran off to see what would come ambling down the mountain after the release of O Brother, Where Art Thou?, they were basking in the lush, tropical tones emanating from the heart of Havana. During American guitarist Ry Cooder's jo...

    by John Kreicbergs on July 10, 2003
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    Not About You, Dude - There's a whole lot of undulating going on in Hollywood

    It's Wednesday night at the Goddess Store in Hollywood, and there's enough shimmying, twisting, and plain ol' ass-shaking going on to rival any South Beach club. Think Shakira on crack. The women dancing, however, are not concerned with superficialit...

    by Fayola Shakes on July 3, 2003
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    Air-conditioned cover-up - Summertime blues in South Florida (again)

    According to Doctor Science and Professor Solstice, summer is officially here. But the usual brutality has been tempered by a second year of rain, daily and weekly rain, endless rain, rain of the feline/canine variety. While we cower and wait for the...

    by Jeff Stratton on July 3, 2003
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    The Locust - Plague Soundscapes (Anti/Epitaph)

    Heavy-metal satanists, gangsta rappers, and childhood-damaged aggro-rockers only wish they could create the destructive racket San Diego screamo machine the Locust makes on Plague Soundscapes. With the subtlety of a sledgehammer, the quartet speeds t...

    by Annie Zaleski on July 3, 2003
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    Trby Trio - Elevator Music (Compost)

    For its long-awaited debut, Germany's Trby Trio takes on the concept of transforming "elevator music" into something listenable. World-renowned DJ Rainer Trby and multi-instrumentalists Roland Appel and Christian Prommer have made an album much clo...

    by Tamara Palmer on July 3, 2003
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    Freddie Foxxx a.k.a. Bumpy Knuckles - Konexion (BBE/Rapster)

    Freddie Foxxx, one of hip-hop's legendary heavyweights (both physically and lyrically), is a bit of a mystery. Despite a career that began in the mid-1980s, Foxxx has struggled through the past two decades with less than a handful of releases and a f...

    by Dafydd McKaharay on July 3, 2003
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    Britta Phillips and Dean Wareham - L'Avventura (Jetset)

    Dean Wareham has been down this road before. Back in 1997, the Luna frontman and his then-wife, filmmaker Claudia Silver, recorded an odd little covers album under the moniker Cagney & Lacee, but their endeavor was definitely more of a miss than a hi...

    by Michael Alan Goldberg on July 3, 2003
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    Mogwai - Happy Music for Happy People (Matador)

    It's barely a minute into Mogwai's fourth LP before we get a breathtaking glimpse of all that makes the group stand out from its postrock brethren. After a plaintive guitar passage kicks off "Hunted by a Freak," the song suddenly ascends to the heave...

    by Justin Hampton on July 3, 2003
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    Secret Service - Operating in secrecy

    As South Florida band family trees tend to be, Secret Service's lineage is quite involved. Singer Michael Alen and drummer Sean Perscky formed Nobuhjest in 1994 while Alen was also playing in the punk outfit One Size Fits All. That band morphed into ...

    by Audra Schroeder on July 3, 2003
  • Sewn Apart - Together again for the very first time:  It's Sewing Circle Sue!


    Sewn Apart - Together again for the very first time: It's Sewing Circle Sue!

    During short-haired 1983, while MTV helped heat up the nascent New Wave scene, South Florida generally refused to play along. Who cares about A Flock of Missing Persons at Work Without Hats in the Dark when Buffett's in the backyard? Lake Worth resid...

    by Jeff Stratton on June 26, 2003
  • Computer Booty - Electro-duo Jackal & Hyde splits from the peninsular pack


    Computer Booty - Electro-duo Jackal & Hyde splits from the peninsular pack

    Scott Weiser and Todd Walker never agree about what to call their music. But the Jackal & Hyde duo from Palm Beach Gardens is certain of what it is not. Their Sunshine State of mind is just a geographical happenstance, not a musical one. Try to peg t...

    by Leah Gliniewicz on June 26, 2003
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    Kelly's Klassics - Looking for a needle in a vinyl haystack? Head to Wilton Manors on Saturdays

    Kelly Massing gets pissed every time he opens the phone book. After more than 15 years in the Yellow Pages, he can't believe what they did to the listing for his Wilton Manors record store, Kelly's Klassics. After all that time, the phone number is s...

    by Jeff Stratton on June 26, 2003
  • Baptist Generals - No Silver/No Gold (Sub Pop)


    Baptist Generals - No Silver/No Gold (Sub Pop)

    It's hard not to giggle a little bit at the end of "Ay Distress," the opening track from the Baptist Generals' No Silver/No Gold. After a perfectly haunting performance of the slow spare tune, someone's cell phone rings in the garage studio. With the...

    by Melanie Haupt on June 26, 2003
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    Lisa Germano - Lullaby for Liquid Pig (Ineffable/Imusic)

    Artists who evoke darker moods and emotions have a tough time of it in the United States. Whereas overseas listeners can place such music into a broader artistic context (after all, the movie 24 Hour Party People made the connection between Joy Divis...

    by Justin Hampton on June 26, 2003
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    Arab Strap - Monday at the Hug & Pint (Matador)

    Few bands have captured the feeling of love turning from sugar to shit as succinctly as Scotland's Arab Strap. In the past, Aidan Moffat's swaggered rants about cheating, jealousy, and other ways relationships go wrong have maintained a brutal honest...

    by Omar Perez on June 26, 2003
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    Xiu Xiu - A Promise (5 Rue Christine)

    In early 2002, Northern California's Xiu Xiu released one of the most ridiculously challenging and morosely honest avant-garde pieces of indie electronic pop to date, borrowing elements of British post-punk, noisy electronic techno, and, most interes...

    by Anthony Reynaga on June 26, 2003
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    Radiohead - Hail to the Thief (Capitol)

    Strike up the hype machine: Here come those pasty boys from Oxford, readying another assault on the foundations of rock 'n' roll. Whereas on the group's last two albums -- 2000's Kid A and 2001's Amnesiac, recorded during the same sessions -- Radiohe...

    by Dan Strachota on June 26, 2003
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