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  • Talkin' Gnarled Roots Blues

    Buck 65's basement-pitched voice chews through a Holden Caulfield-by-way-of-Nylon repertoire: stylishly brooding, boldly overwrought,... More >>

  • Locals Only

    Maker's Mark seems to be a running theme with Costa Mesa's resident golden child(ren?) band Satisfaction these days. Talking to front man... More >>

  • CD Review

    For getting a bead on Southern California's mid-'00s beatcentric substratum, you could do worse than From L.A. With Love—but why would you... More >>

  • CD Review

    Some artists ride a groove, while others carve one. South London post-rock trio Fridge straddle that frayed, folksy harmony. Featuring Kieran... More >>

  • Aural Reports

    Phil Neujahr plays in an earnestly grandiose indie-rock band with his two brothers. They wisely opted for the name Aushua over Neujahr. Your... More >>

  • Fo' Sizzle!

    After conducting an unscientific poll to determine the hottest shows of the summer, we present them to you below, in all their debatable glory.... More >>

  • Locals Only

    When Chris Schlarb's spazzy free-rock duo I Heart Lung played on a 50-band bill at Hollywood hippie-punk art space Il Corral last year, he saw... More >>

  • Lapping Up the Luxury (And the Mojitos)

    Temperatures are rising, and everyone's wearing skimpier clothes—even those of us who should exercise a bit more modesty. Here comes... More >>

  • CD Review

    By the time Sonic Youth recorded Daydream Nation in 1988, they had shed the art-damage preciousness of their earlier, if gimmicky, songwriting (a... More >>

  • CD Review

    The Fall's Mark E. Smith possesses one of the most recognizable voices in music; Teutonic boomers Mouse on Mars have one of the least. Which is... More >>

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