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  • Sprawl of Sound

    Miles Davis intended his 1972 album On the Corner to be his commercial breakthrough. The jazz legend was hoping to capture the imaginations of... More >>

  • Aural Reports

    Ras (just Ras, thanks) and his beach-rock band Qwiksand know the importance of mixing things in the right proportions. How long has Qwiksand... More >>

  • Tom Dumonts 7 Favorite Things

    No Doubt may just be the most triumphant success story Orange County has to offer. Yeah, yeah, Donald Bren this, UC Irvine that—don't even.... More >>

  • CD Review

    Sometimes the simplest music is the most affecting. So it goes with PJ Harvey's new studio album, White Chalk, which often feels like a sequel to... More >>

  • Three the Hard Way

    Maybe skateboarding to city hall to meet with officials about opening a business wasn't such a good idea. Maybe if the three young men who are... More >>

  • Second Helpings

    An argument could be made that Matt Sharp has reunited his synth-laden band the Rentals, except he hasn't. Sharp, the original Weezer bassist who... More >>

  • Faster Format

    "Our timing's always been a little fucked," says VHS or Beta singer/guitarist Craig Pfunder with a sigh. Seven years ago, they were indie... More >>

  • Sprawl of Sound

    Sprawl of Sound recently profiled Dirty Money, which vibrates the Avalon Bar every Wednesday. So it seems logical now to spotlight its kindred... More >>

  • Aural Reports

    Bill Davidow of Garden Grove's Virlouise Recording Studios and Virlouise Records hopes that by looking to the music industry's past, he'll be... More >>

  • CD Review

    Why is Kanye West the most exciting man in rap music? Uh, because he puts out quality, popular albums. Why else? And more importantly, who else?... More >>

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