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    Bandwidth - Nonpoint, Bolting, Like Michael and Legends of Rodeo, Phillip Glass, Betsy Ross, Indiefest 2000

    Back in 1995 Fort Lauderdale hardcore act Puya was mixing blazing speed metal, Latin rhythms, and Spanish-language lyrics into a powerfully potent concoction. That formula won the band fans throughout the state, a slew of local awards, and by 1998, a...

    by Jeff Stratton on April 27, 2000
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    Timonium - Suspende Animation (Pehr)

    Slow and low, that is the tempo, but San Francisco's Timonium doesn't exactly fit the soft-core parameters established by sleepytimers Idaho, Low, or Codeine. Instead of remaining pretty and complacent, Timonium isn't afraid to pump up the volume. On...

    by Jeff Stratton on April 27, 2000
  • Todd Snider - Happy to Be Here (Oh Boy)

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    Todd Snider - Happy to Be Here (Oh Boy)

    Todd Snider's talent as a songwriter has never been much in doubt. Unfortunately the same can't be said of his ability to find an audience for his cheeky blend of country and folk-rock. Snider released two albums on Jimmy Buffett's Margaritaville Rec...

    by Steve Almond on April 27, 2000
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    Speedy J - A Shocking Hobby (NovaMute)

    Speedy J (Jochem Paap) is one of those rare electronic artists who redefines sound itself. Having gotten his start (and his nickname) from throwing together the quickest mixes of rave and early techno at the turn of the '90s, Paap learned that his ta...

    by Heath K. Hignight on April 27, 2000
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    Bach on Track - Sebastian Bach

    A youth crisis is upon us. Our children are in peril, their minds atrophying like lunchmeat in the sun. Only one man has the solution. "The sad state of the fuckin' nation, dude," observes ex-Skid Row screamer Sebastian Bach, "is that the kids have n...

    by Jeff Stratton on April 20, 2000
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    Bandwidth - Boy Sets Fire w/the Agency & Poison the Well, Silver Nightingale, Strych-Nine

    We wanted to report that the response to the first Bandwidth column -- asking readers to suggest a new name for the Winter Music Conference -- was off the hook. However, we cannot. Our office slang-slinger has determined that catch phrase is past...

    by Jeff Stratton on April 20, 2000
  • Air - The Virgin Suicides (Astralwerks)

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    Air - The Virgin Suicides (Astralwerks)

    The stateside release of 1998's Moon Safari generated an instant buzz for Nicolas Godin and Jean-Benoit Dunckel, the French tandem known as Air . No one had ever heard quite the sort of music they played -- a canny blend of pop melodies and ambient...

    by Steve Almond on April 20, 2000
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    Maceo Parker - Dial: Maceo (What Are Records?)

    Any discussion of James Brown's incredible talent and career will inevitably lead to headshaking disbelief at his longevity and success. But one element that is often overlooked by those who subscribe to the King James version is that JB has always s...

    by Brian Baker on April 20, 2000
  • Lambchop - Nixon (Merge)

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    Lambchop - Nixon (Merge)

    Lambchop, Kurt Wagner's ten-man Nashville clique, backed Vic Chesnutt on last year's The Salesman and Bernadette, a truly strange album featuring country, white soul, and electronic droning played for emotional unreadability. For Nixon the band has e...

    by John Young on April 20, 2000
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    The Devil Inside - Danzig with Six Feet Under, Disturbed, and Hatebreed

    Glenn Danzig is a cartoon character. No, really: Just take a look at the cover of the new Danzig album, which pictures the singer emerging from a bog like DC/Marvel's Swamp Thing. Inch-deep third-degree burns scar his massive biceps. "Yeah, I've got ...

    by Jeff Stratton on April 13, 2000
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    Bandwidth - Bandemonium

    "Battle of the bands" competitions remind us of high school or, worse, movies starring Joan Jett and Michael J. Fox about high-school "battle of the bands" competitions. The nationwide Bandemonium contest visited our state last month, and three South...

    by Jeff Stratton on April 13, 2000
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    Dirty Three - Whatever You Love, You Are (Touch and Go)

    Dirty Three Whatever You Love, You Are (Touch and Go) Post-post-rock, rigorous musicality, and all-instrumental composition no longer seem the indie-scene idiosyncrasies they once were. Now considered neither an artsy-fartsy anomaly nor a novel...

    by Arnold Pan on April 13, 2000
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    MDFMK - MDFMK (Republic/Universal)

    MDFMK MDFMK (Republic/Universal) Suppose for a moment that, on the occasion of the first departure of David Lee Roth, Eddie Van Halen had announced that he was reforming the band under the new appellation Nav Nelah and that its sound and attitude...

    by Brian Baker on April 13, 2000
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    Ice Cube - War & Peace Volume 2 (The Peace Disc) (Priority Records)

    Ice Cube War & Peace Volume 2 (The Peace Disc) (Priority Records) It's been a long time since Ice Cube declared War. With the 1998 release of War & Peace Volume 1 (The War Disc), Cube promised its flip side, slated to be released a year later. ...

    by Todd Levin on April 13, 2000
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    Electrical Conductor - The Barber of Seville

    In a backstage bay at the Kravis Center For the Performing Arts in West Palm Beach, a row of chairs is lined up neatly along the front edge of a stage riser. The principal cast members of the Palm Beach Opera production of Wagner's The Flying Dutchma...

    by John Ferri on April 6, 2000
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    Bandwidth - Winter Music Conference

    South Beach during the Winter Music Conference is a futuristic scene with sci-fi elements galore: Newfangled illicit chemicals, glow sticks, and Vicks inhalers. Sexual energy threatening to combust at every turn. Vinyl, abandoned as antique by the re...

    by Jeff Stratton on April 6, 2000
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    The Reverend Horton Heat - Spend a Night in the Box (Time Bomb Recordings)

    The Reverend Horton Heat has been going downhill for so long, it's difficult to remember exactly what made the band worthwhile in the first place. And it's obvious they don't remember either, or else they might have hit the brakes before landing at t...

    by Zac Crain on April 6, 2000
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    Kimberley Rew - Tunnel Into Summer (Gadfly)

    Just about everyone has heard songs by Kimberly Rew, but chances are good that most of those people have never heard his name, or, if they have, probably think he's a woman. In most instances this would be a great place to soapbox on the ignorance of...

    by Brian Baker on April 6, 2000
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    Acoustic Junction - Strange Days (Omad)

    Listening to the shimmering title track of this new platter, you might imagine you've happened upon a lost track from the Counting Crows' vault, with the same rich, rootsy melodies and layered production. Listen a few more times, though, and it will ...

    by Steve Almond on April 6, 2000
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    Death and the Single Girl - Goth survivor Gitane Demone

    Gitane Demone comes as close to a gothic-rock diva as anything this country has produced. And that's just the way she wants to keep it. After nearly two decades at the forefront of the goth scene, Demone scoffs at the prospect of mainstreaming her so...

    by Jeff Stratton on March 30, 2000
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