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    Beatcrazy

    On New Year's Eve 1997, the Musicians Exchange celebrated its grand reopening. Its owner, Don Cohen, has seen the place open and close a number of times since he started the Musicians Exchange some twenty years ago. His latest gambit was the New York...

    by Rafer Guzman on April 16, 1998
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    Sex and Violins

    While the Pamela Stanley Band plays the bluegrass number "Orange Blossom Special," Randi Fishenfeld gears up for her solo. It's a recent Tuesday evening at O'Hara's in Fort Lauderdale, and the red-haired, green-eyed violinist, wrapped in a pair of le...

    by Larry Getlen on April 16, 1998
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    Short Cuts

    Propellerheads Decksandrumsandrockandroll (DreamWorks) The music biz has been buzzing about Propellerheads' debut album for almost half a year now. Part of the excitement surrounding this British drum 'n' bass duo comes from its hyperactive...

    by John Lewis on April 16, 1998
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    Ska Shall Overcome

    Porkpie hats and checkered suits make for great video imagery. So do stretchy-tubed trombones and overamped pseudopunks twisting their wiry frames around the syncopated beats of Jamaican dance music. The uplifting, sometimes political, and often wack...

    by Adam St. James on April 9, 1998
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    Beatcrazy

    Anyone who's had a drink at the Elbo Room on a Monday evening has seen the blond-haired dude with a guitar and a keyboard standing on the makeshift stage in the corner. He can do "Brown Eyed Girl" just like Van, "Jammin'" just like Bob, and "Danny's ...

    by Rafer Guzman on April 9, 1998
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    Sound Check

    Her vocal arsenal is made up of jazzy phrasings, titillating coos, and scat-speak. She knows her way 'round a guitar and has a little-kid way of delivering biting punch lines about people in the "Bible belt buckle" and men on motorcycles. Miami-based...

    by Brian Hyman on April 9, 1998
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    Jono Manson Little Big Man (Paradigm Records) If you've never heard of Jono Manson before, it's understandable. Though he's been playing the club circuit for two decades, Little Big Man is only his second album on a major label (following 1...

    by Rafer Guzman on April 9, 1998
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    Beatcrazy

    Original rock bands are hard to come by in Fort Lauderdale. They're out there (somewhere), but cover bands, Top 40 dance bands, and standard R&B bands dominate local clubs almost every night of the week. It's as if venue owners fear that an unfamilia...

    by Rafer Guzman on April 2, 1998
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    A Little Help From His Friend

    In November 1996, New York Times reporter and rock critic Neil Strauss crawled into the hot tub at a Holiday Inn in Fort Lauderdale with desperate-to-shock rocker Marilyn Manson. Strauss was there to write an article for Rolling Stone, and Manson was...

    by Jim DeRogatis on April 2, 1998
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    Sound Check

    When she's not fronting the Boca Raton-based rock band Blonde Enuff, Cassandra Eubank is busy snagging interviews with megahot rockers like Matchbox 20 and Collective Soul when they pass through South Florida. The interviews are aired on her local mu...

    by Brian Hyman on April 2, 1998
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    Short Cuts

    Pulp This Is Hardcore (Island) Jarvis Cocker's songs are much like Martin Amis' novels: The characters are distasteful, the situations sordid, the sex unsavory, and the humor cruel. It's an ugly picture of mankind stripped to the skivvies, ...

    by Theresa Everline on April 2, 1998
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    Short Cuts

    The Artist Formerly Known as Prince Crystal Ball (NPG Records) "I've got grooves and grooves on the shelf," a cocky Prince boasted on 1990's best-selling Batman soundtrack. He wasn't kidding. Never a minimalist, His Royal Badness rarely see...

    by Theresa Everline on March 26, 1998
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    Anarchy Is OK

    Dunstan Bruce, a member of the eight-person anarchist collective and pop group known as Chumbawamba, is pressing the flesh with various music-industry types at a sports bar in Milwaukee on a recent Thursday afternoon. Though Chumbawamba has been on a...

    by Rafer Guzman on March 26, 1998
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    Sound Check

    With beads of sweat glimmering atop his clean-shaven head and his maniacal eyes simmering, Endo vocalist Gil Bitton halted an explosive set halfway through an appearance at the now-defunct Prop Room to ask this question: "Has anybody seen a gun? Some...

    by Brian Hyman on March 26, 1998
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    Beatcrazy

    Last week marked Austin's twelfth annual South by Southwest music conference. Some 3000 music-biz types listened to some 850 bands from around the world play at 35 clubs over five nights. In other words, most of the music we'll be listening to over t...

    by Rafer Guzman on March 26, 1998
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    Beatcrazy

    It's easy to dismiss electronica as a passing fad. Radio stations almost never play it. Record stores consign it to a small section of its own. The media haven't quite grasped it. What's all the fuss about? Come on -- this bleeping, squawking stuff w...

    by Rafer Guzman on March 19, 1998
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    Death Be Proud

    Dave Mustaine claims to be mulling over new career possibilities. "I enjoy teaching," says the singer and guitarist for one of America's most aggressive speed-metal bands, Megadeth. In fact, Mustaine played a schoolteacher in Evolver, a feature-...

    by Dennis Walkling on March 19, 1998
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    Short Cuts

    Kristin Hersh Strange Angels (Rykodisc) Throwing Muses didn't officially break up until last April, but as early as 1994 the band's uncompromising lead singer and songwriter, Kristin Hersh, was already going her own way. That year she culti...

    by Rafer Guzman on March 19, 1998
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    Sound Check

    Watching the robust guitarist and vocalist Darrell House get the twentysomething crowd at Durty Nellie's collectively to chant "Bullshit," or the older beach and biker crowds at Cafe Blue Fish to sing along to "The Man From Nantucket," you'd never gu...

    by Brian Hyman on March 19, 1998
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    Two Necks Are Better Than One

    Michael Bianco, a 42-year-old guitarist with a distinct Boston accent, sits in an alcove in his musical home, the Now Art Cafe in Hollywood. With his longish black hair, casual sweatshirt, black jeans, and white sneakers, Bianco looks more like a sec...

    by Larry Getlen on March 19, 1998
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