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843 W. 19th St. Costa Mesa, CA 92627 | Costa Mesa | 949-642-0600

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Dressed up in a mixture of mod and art deco fixtures decor, it's pretty apparent that Detroit Bar is a slice of the Memphis Group pie. The intimate bar/venue not only serves as a must-play venue for all up-and-coming Orange County bands, but also hosts a slew of well-established artists blowing through town. You can experience everything from the likes of Elliott Smith (RIP) to Stereolab at this local hot spot. The crowd is skewed young and hip, but not so much that you feel overwhelmed by snooty scenesters. Drinks are strong and the best of rock, indie rock, soul and more are played nightly by impeccable DJs. Hip-hop/dance and karaoke nights are also quite popular. Whether you're visiting for the bands, drinks, pool table or consistently awesome music, Detroit's laid-back atmosphere makes it one of the best hangouts in Orange County.


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    Ah, summer. So many shows, so little time, such a finite budget. Where to go? What to do? Relax, we've got the solution: a little quiz to help you decipher which shows are best for your...
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    Never thought way back in ’04, when these dudes were freaking around Que Sera (or wherever it was), the possibilities for them would be truly endless. Now it’s 2011, and the Black...
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    Who knew Claremont was a breeding ground for super-talented songwriters? Indie band the Mountain Goats hail from the front porch of the inland empire, but listening to their jams, you'd...
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    Growing up in Falls Church, Virginia, a city so small it makes nearby Arlington look cosmopolitan, you pick up inspiration where you can. And so it was that Thao Nguyen gleaned some serious...
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    Cerebral Ballzy's debut EP, You're Idle, was as unexpected and explosive as a grenade going off in your hand. It was four songs in about seven minutes by five skater guys from Brooklyn who...
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    By day, singer/songwriter Ethan Hulse works at the high-school ministry and leads Sunday worship at the Mission Viejo Mariners Church. By night, you'll find him in OC coffee shops toting an...
  • Heard Mentality: Benefit
    Longtime Detroit Bar General Manager Jason "Huey" Husted received both the happiest and scariest news of his life just four months ago. While his wife was in the hospital giving birth...
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    Diego Garcia represents a bit of a departure for Detroit Bar's indie-saturated booking team. Yes, he has the sensitive, slightly feminine acoustic thing going on, but there's a refreshing...
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    Way back when, Steve Aoki was a guy in a pretty vicious hardcore band called Esperanza (did you think we were gonna say This Machine Kills?) who helped book tons of DIY shows into an...
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    Unlike what the band’s name would suggest, the music of Railroad to Alaska is not like a cold, quiet trip to the tundra. Instead, think the fiery coal combustion that drives the train....
  • Heard Mentality: Last Night reviews
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    Orange County trio Cat Party aren’t the kind of guys who relish watching keyboard-playing cat videos on the Internet, although Googling them will definitely convince you Americans have...
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    Laguna Niguel brothers Anton (guitar/vocals) and Alan Hoetker (bass/vocals) of Orange Blossom Special have two chores to take care of during their current respite from the road: record their...
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    The world of Air Waves' Dungeon Dots is one of unexpected complexity. Singer/guitarist Nicole Schneit has masterminded a folky indie-pop record (the fifth in Air Waves' discography) in which...
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    This month's coveted Detroit Bar residency goes to Orange Blossom Special. For a venue that skews indie nine times out of 10, these guys are a breath of fresh air. Sporting a garage-rock...
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    South London trio Dirty Vegas came together during the crescendo of the past decade’s rave culture, and their first single, the infectious “Days Go By,” shot to international...
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    Playing a style of '60s-era Cambodian pop music originally influenced by Western culture, Dengue Fever perform with beaucoup chops and shimmering sensuality courtesy of vocalist Chom Nimol...
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    While Raekwon didn't achieve the same level of fame as his fellow Wu-Tang counterparts, it's been said his solo work is the most inventive of the group. With a boatload of albums under his...
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    New Orleans-raised rapper Curren$y—currently on deck with freebie-mixtape-turned-legit-album Covert Coup—is a real child of the ’80s; his lyrics bulge with as many...
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    Nathan Nicholson, singer and lead figure of the Boxer Rebellion, isn't so much a man without a home as one with two, both audible in his voice. Speaking from Chicago during a break on his...
  • Heard Mentality: Q&As
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    With typical English matter-of-factness, Yuck singer/guitarist Daniel Blumberg calmly tells the story of how he met drummer Jonny Rogoff in an Israeli desert. It's a tall tale, one that...
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    Sometimes life’s simple pleasures reveal the best surprises. Witness H.B. pop outfit Honeypie, who fill this month’s residency at Detroit Bar with simple, catchy hooks and...
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    Record Store Day 2011 (a.k.a. Saturday, April 16) just keeps getting cooler: Foo Fighters will perform an in-store show at Fingerprints in Long Beach! "I'm proud to be a part of Record Store...
  • Heard Mentality: Last Night reviews
    Check out our slideshow here!Fitz and the TantrumsApril 2, 2011Detroit Bar, Costa MesaFriday night's Fitz and the Tantrums show had been sold out for more than a month, and the bar was...
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    Right now, Fitz and the Tantrums' singer Michael "Fitz" Fitzpatrick is about 6 feet and change of focused enthusiasm in a very shiny suit, able to catch an audience in one agile hand and...
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    It's refreshing when we come across a rap artist both underground and long-lived. On the rarity scale, Talib Kweli is a gem. Getting his start with rapper Mos Def in the late-'90s act Black...
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    If you're headed to Detroit Bar tonight expecting to see a power-pop tribute to Weezer's sophomore album, Pinkerton, you're in for a shock. The Pinker Tones are as far removed from Cuomo and...
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    When Sharon Van Etten plays Detroit Bar on Saturday evening, the New York-based, New Jersey- and Kentucky-raised performer will be taking another step in what has been both a hectic tour...
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    Hailing from Tennessee by way of New York, Sharon Van Etten plays a slow, dreamy and haunting brand of folk-rock. Often backed by a softly whining organ, Etten strums and sings tunes about...
  • Heard Mentality: Last Night reviews
    Toro Y Moi with Cloud Nothings and Braids March 22, 2011Detroit Bar, Costa MesaWhat a difference having a live backing band makes.Chaz Bundick, also known as Toro Y Moi, has been making...
  • Heard Mentality: Bands We Like
    Montreal's Little Scream renews my faith in music. Singer/songwriter Laurel Sprengelmeyer (who looks like a young Susan Sarandon, apparently) is touring to support her debut, The Golden...
  • Heard Mentality: Q&As
    Mexican singer/songwriter and actress Ximena Sariñana burst onto the music scene three years ago with Mediocre, her critically acclaimed studio album that was anything but its unassuming...
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    Chazwick Bundick (a.k.a. Toro y Moi) released his debut album a little late to the game. The first single off Causers of This, "Blessa," blew up in summer 2009, when the blogosphere was...
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    If you're thinking Minnesota's primary export is snow, take a listen to Tapes 'N Tapes. With a vintage indie sound featuring tremolo-infused guitars and rockabilly-style percussion, these...
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    Here’s a chance to check out the coolest chill-wave band you’ve never heard of: Starfucker. Hailing from the hobo capital of the world (Portland, Oregon), this trio play a...
  • Heard Mentality: Q&As
    The ordeal is finally over: This band are officially known as STRFKR (typically for print and press purposes) and Starfucker (for the cover of the new record and when spoken out loud)....
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    Who says just because a band is from Silverlake they can't buck the system? If someone did say it, Autolux didn't get the message. A pseudo-experimental rock outfit from the land of all...
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    New York's Asobi Seksu have spent the better part of the past decade making music that can only be described as "powergaze"—combining the swirling guitar theatrics of bands such as My...
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    Few bands claiming to be indie actually live up to the creative promise of the genre better than Yo La Tengo. Of course, this trio from Hoboken, New Jersey, were doing "indie" back before...
  • Heard Mentality: Free Ticket Tuesdays
    Today, we're giving away two pairs of tickets to see a great band: the LA-based rockers Autolux. Formed by Eugene Goreshter (lead vocals, bass), Greg Edwards (guitar/vocals) and Carla...
  • Heard Mentality: show announcement
    Atlanta's dirtiest boys, Black Lips, are returning to Orange County for another piss-soaked, weiner-flashing fest of psychedelic Nuggets rock when they play Detroit Bar on June 23 (with the...
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    There are two possible results when a decades-old band go on tour but play no new material and haven't even bothered with reinvention for years. One is the dreaded zombie show best...
  • Heard Mentality: Q&As
    Luckily for OC, James Fletcher is not too sexy for Detroit Bar--or just about anywhere else, he insists. The jet-setting drummer last fall self-released his first solo CD, The Booze &...
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    Something unique comes across in the sound of folkie James Fletcher’s work: languid, piano-based, sweet ballads that have the presence of analog recordings as well as a subtle hiss. But...
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    It's Tuesday, and you still have a hefty chunk of workweek in front of you. But Detroit Bar will help to ease the pain. Its stage will play host to Los Angeles hip-hop band Goldenwest. These...
  • Heard Mentality: Free Tickets
    You may have heard of Chicago-based Smith Westerns from any of the big music blogs or because they are touring all around U.S. in support of their sophomore LP, Dye It Blonde (Fat Possum)....
  • Heard Mentality: Free Tix Tuesdays
    Guess what? It's already Tuesday, and we're giving away some cool tickets. This week, four-piece Indiana band Murder By Death are playing at Detroit Bar on Feb. 10, and we have two pairs of...
  • Heard Mentality: Free Ticket Tuesdays
    After releasing Trunk Muzik 0-60 (Interscope) last year, Michael Wayne Atha, a.k.a. Yelawolf, has been receiving a lot of appreciation within the hip-hop crowd. He collaborated with Big Boi...
  • Heard Mentality: Coachella
    We arrived at the Detroit Bar to find the line snaking around the parking lot--a first, perhaps, for a Monday-night residency. The occasion? It was the last night that Foster the People and...
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    LA-based band El Ten Eleven sound like a studio full of musicians, each strumming, plucking and pounding away—but the people behind the music are just two: the innovative duo of...
  • Heard Mentality: Free Ticket Tuesdays
    San Diego-based drone-pop duo Crocodiles--comprised of Brandon Welchez and Charles Rowell (and sometimes accompanied by three other members)--met as teenagers in their local punk scene about...
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    Blown-out bass freak Tobacco’s new album takes music that sounds like prime Beck giving 100 percent and generously installs the actual Beck on vocals—which is the sort of...
  • Heard Mentality: incoming
    I still remember the day the Knitters' LP Poor Little Critters On the Road landed on the desk holding my outstretched legs in a Southern California newsroom in the mid-1980s. "What in...
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    It’s always interesting to see what a group can take away from the typical rock-band elements and still end up with a full sound. White Stripes have no bass guitar; Tilly and the Wall...
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    X’s John Doe helped invent half of what modern LA rock & roll is about—the other half is Black Flag, probably—and once he got that done, he moved on to the whole wide, weird...
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    I’ve never seen Detroit Bar as jam-packed as it was last night, the kickoff for the 2011 OC Music Awards series. Hipsters stormed the place, and everyone seemed to have (or know...
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    Irvine-based electro/hip-hop duo Wildboys are making lots of noise right now—which is surprising considering they haven’t performed a live show yet. Eschewing the traditional...
  • Heard Mentality: Q&As
    Formed in Mexico City back in 2005, Hello Seahorse! has matured into an experimental indie-rock outfit. Their 2009 effort, Bestia, netted them numerous accolades, including a Latin Grammy...
  • Heard Mentality: OC Music Awards
    Click here to see the slideshow!Honestly, I've never seen Detroit Bar as jam-packed as it was last night, the kickoff for the 2011 OC Music Awards series. Hipsters stormed the place, and...
  • Heard Mentality: OC Music Awards
    Want something exciting and free to do in the area? The seven-week OC Music Awards showcase series launches tomorrow at 8 p.m.at Detroit Bar with five local acts competing to advance...
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    The Santa Ana indie band formally known as Aushua rock soaring vocals reminiscent of ’90s groups such as James and Travis, and the name change to Pacific Hurt seems to have served them...
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    It’s the little things in life that matter—just ask Fullerton/Long Beach folk/pop quartet Preacher’s Sons. For starters, the group—singer/guitarist Brandon Pfaff,...
  • Heard Mentality: Free Tix Tuesdays!
    Guess what? It's that special time of the week when we give out free shit. Today, we have two pairs of tickets to see the psychedelic/surf/garage band the Growlers play at the Detroit Bar on...
  • Heard Mentality: incoming
    Yo La Tengo, the best thing only good thing out of Hoboken since Sinatra, bring their masterful indie magic to Detroit Bar on February 24. Although we don't know the special guests,...
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    Costa Mesa’s the Colourist have been busy. Since we last heard from them a year and a half ago, they’ve played at South By Southwest in Austin, were nominated for Best New Artist...
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    Hailing from Mexico is Inspector. A Latin vocal ska outfit with crisp upbeat guitar based sound and hooks a plenty. Dig their version of Madness's "Our House," a hybridized version of the...
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    If you looked at the kooky spelling of this band's name and deduced they were from Europe, you failed to factor in indie rock irony. The Colourist in fact hails from right here in O.C. But...
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    South of LA, shows are amazing but not spectacular—it’s unusual to see movie stars or celebrity special guests who are de rigueur at the Hollywood Bowl or even the Troubadour....
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    Attention, all fans of 1970s proto-punk band the Modern Lovers: former member/guitarist/singer Jonathan Richman will be gracing the stage at Detroit Bar. Yes, the Jonathan...
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    RRIICCEE (not pronounced “rice”; you’ve got to spell it out) are a free-form experimental band started in 2007 by former Hole guitarist Eric Erlandson and actor/director...
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    Sean Robertson may not be the most extroverted man in the world, but he still has a lot to say. To further his personal and musical vision, he created the Stanley Lucas Revolution, a...
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    Grabbing sounds evocative of the Appalachian Mountains as well as the Promise Ring, Freelance Whales represent a beautiful marriage of the old and new. Relying heavily on such instruments as...
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    Here's something you don't see everyday: An avant-garde indie, dance, hip-hop electro band. Even odder, this trio is comprised of three suburban white siblings. One of the more esoteric...
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    Starfucker, as it turns out, is more than just an awkward choice for a band name. The Portland indie pop/electronica group learned this the hard way when they announced they would play their...
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    Indie rock has steadily mined and reforged the past’s sonic potential, whether it’s refashioning ’60s-girl-group melodies into shoegaze or adding synthesizers to turn...
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    A fixture of nighttime eating and drinking in OC, Dave Mau has come a long way since manning the fryers at McDonald’s in his early 20s. He has learned through his toils that the...
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    “I didn’t start playing guitar until I was 18, and before that, I was really into sports,” says Roger “Buzz” Osborne, who answers to King Buzzo, overlord of the...
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    Reinvention on a sophomore album is not uncommon. After all, several of the outfits lining the “buzz” bin—MGMT, Vampire Weekend, etc.—have made strong efforts to...
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    Ben Curtis, guitarist of the band School of Seven Bells, is also a fan. Not in a self-regarding sense, but like any musician worth his salt, he is as much enthralled by other acts as many...
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    There are things in life we know we shouldn’t do but can’t help, like ordering fries at TK Burgers or compulsively searching “Bieber” on Twitter. Another thing we do...
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    The Hold Steady used to end each concert with a slogan. After an hour or two of tightly rehearsed Bruce Springsteen-esque rock bolstering Craig Finn’s babbled and crooned lyrics, you...
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    This is Ariel Pink’s year. Actually, 2004 was Ariel Pink’s year, but not enough people knew. That was the year he paused his endless bedroom-recording routine and started...
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    It’s been a week of notable shows throughout Southern California, and Heard Mentalitywas around for most of them. Here’s a rundown of what you missed: THE GOOD311 and the...
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    WEEZER TO HEADLINE THE U.S. OPEN OF SURFINGWhile the U.S. Open of Surfing has never had such renowned bands perform at the weeklong competition, asking Weezer to headline the event makes...
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    Dum Dum Girls front woman Dee Dee (real name: Kristin Gundred) admits she’s shy. It’s not hard to hear in her music—girl-group melodies shrouded in unfathomable noise,...
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    THE UNION LINE AND LOCAL NATIVES UNITEOn tour, anyway. The Union Line just announced they’ll be traveling with their buddies Local Natives in the fall. (That’s after ex-Fullerton...
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    I don’t want to be known as a wedding singer,” declares Denny White. “I just want to play the music I love: jazz, love standards and pop.” The Costa Mesa...
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    Local music blogger the Indie Peddler (www.theindiepeddler.blogspot.com), a.k.a. Kim Conlan, writes about local music in a studied, literary manner. Aside from revealing her true identity on...
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    *This article was altered on May 31. California is no stranger to cultural overlap. For a state that has been part of three countries, home to myriad indigenous peoples, and a cauldron of...
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    Sea Wolf aren’t the kind of band that Rolling Stone writes about to prove that they’re still with it, years after Pitchfork breaks them. There are no Twitter-induced frenzies...
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    “I don’t want to be that musician who weeps over his guitar,” confessed singer/songwriter Billy Kernkamp as he took out a cigarette from a gold pack. “I’m so...
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    Having led the influential trio Low since 1993, Alan Sparhawk’s legacy was assured some time ago. While Low’s most recent album is now 3 years old, the band’s collective...
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    YOUNG THE GIANT STEP OUTTwo auspicious things have happened for the Irvine lads in the band formerly known as the Jakes. First, Young the Giant’s unbelievably catchy single...
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    Your parents and grandparents are great and all, but they’re not as cool as Fred and Toody Cole. The couple has been married since 1967, when Fred was the front man for a succession of...
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    It all starts with the drums, an unprocessed racket that backbones the music of the all-female Portland trio Explode Into Colors. The drums boom and crash, the cowbells clatter, the rim...
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    *This article was altered on Feb. 12. Since the October release of their debut disc, Crossed Wires, Costa Mesa electro-rock trio Mphase have been busy throwing wonderfully grimy,...
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    So much for the Southern California sun. The rain has been pouring for days, clogging the freeways and prompting tornado warnings, delivered awkwardly by local meteorologists. But here at...
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    Taking a break from the studio, Thermals bassist Kathy Foster describes the Portland trio’s upcoming fifth full-length as their “dark album.” Funny coming from a band who...
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    Lust for LifeGirls front man Christopher Owens refuses to let his drug intake overshadow the music Given his exotic back story—he was raised in the creepy Children of God...
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    Still CrazyBlack Lips continue to elate fans with beer-spitting antics The phone interview has been running along smoothly for about 10 minutes when Cole Alexander barks, “Fuck...
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    Giant StepsThe band formerly known as the Jakes take the stage for the first time as Young the Giant The band formerly known as the Jakes are experiencing a crash course in rock stardom....
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    The Greatest Concerts of 2009A month-by-month look at the past year’s best live music Perusing the hundreds of concert reviews posted during the past year on our music-and-culture...
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    Water Is WideAquatic imagery runs deep in Sea Wolf’s songs Sea Wolf began life as the solo outing of Alex Brown Church after he left Irving, the sunny LA psych-pop band he co-founded....
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    Curb Your EnthusiasmDeclining comment with Richard Edwards of Margot and the Nuclear So and So’s Making music out of pure love of the art form is one way to go about building band...
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    One-Man Army of Huge Ideas Hip-hop icon Afrika Bambaataa raises consciousness—and roofs Marooned at a seaside villa on the left-hand side of Guatemala, I spent the hours during which...
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    In only a few years, Chan Marshall has recorded several albums, collected an impressive retinue of admirers ranging from Nylon to the New Yorker, and become a magnet for both critical...
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    Stereolab Detroit Friday, Oct. 19 Chris Ziegler and Alison M. Rosen—OC Weekly's two most attractive, intelligent, quick-witted and able-to-hold-their-liquor (except for Alison)...

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