In Print: Girl Talk, Crocodiles, Deftones, & More

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This week's music section is daring you to match its intensity. Top of the heap is Girl Talk, who is taking over Fillmore Miami for two evenings of sweaty dancing and squirming. Sean Pajot got in Gregg Gillis' ear to discuss how there really is a science to these frenzy-inducing mash-ups.

The lovely men of Crocodiles were kind enough to provide a list of ten songs that:
1. Get your heart pounding
2. Your blood boiling
3. Indicate somewhat where their current blend of psychedelic pop and noisy fuzz originates from.

Arielle Castillo and the Deftones' Frank Delgado got into a detailed discussion about the band's current "don't call it a comeback" sort of comeback.

Here are some upcoming concerts, as well: Parallels at Respectable Street, Mustard Plug at Culture Room, and Bone Thugs-N-Harmony at Revolution.

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