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    Epic Soundtracks - Loma Lynda: music to watch movies to make music for by

    Loma Lynda makes music to watch movies by--and they make the movies, too. The LA-based band's songs are more than cinematic, packed so tightly with drama, tension, ecstasy and emotion they're exuberantly exhausting, with each strum across the guitar...

    by GREGORY BOWLER on October 7, 2004
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    More Spit, Less Shine - The Old 97s Songs That Could Have Been

    Photo by Johnny Buzzerio/ West RecordsOn a cold hard night in a hard cold rain, Rhett Miller was born in the back seat of a Mustang to a whistling, choir-singing ma--was she whistling or singing at the time?--and a big-band-leading pa. They raised h...

    by JENNY TATONE on October 7, 2004
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    Disaster and What Comes After - No ones on the street with Rye Coalition

    Photo by Brian Appio "If something bad can happen to us, it does,"Rye Coalition's lead singer Ralph Cuseglio says, adjusting his orange baseball cap, marked with the letters R.C.--his band's initials and his own, too. Maybe that's a New Jersey thing...

    by KARA ZUARO on October 7, 2004
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    Now Youre A Boner! - Cest Si Bon: for those who love to drink with those who love to drink

    Photo by Matt Otto "Here's your God-forsaken lime drink, Scott," Susan says, plopping down a murky mix of vodka and something-or-other in a way that suggests she's said those exact words a thousand times--and will say them a few more times before th...

    by ELLEN GRILEY on September 30, 2004
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    Tegan and Sara

    Photo by James BunoanFingerprints Record Store Long Beach, Tues., Sept. 21 Aw, youth: it was all girl-smiles, girl-giggles, girl-gushes and girl-crushes as Fingerprints quickly filled up with every asymmetrically-hair-styled 17-year-old former An...

    by ELLEN GRILEY on September 30, 2004
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    Live Previews

    Toys That Kill Screaming Naked in a Tree Ah, the weight of expectations. It's bad enough when you're supposed to be a law-abiding, tax-paying citizen all the damn time, but then to live up to the greatness of your past glories on top of that? Tot...

    on September 30, 2004
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    My Day In The Life - Remember John Lennon

    I was in second grade at a South Bay Catholic elementary school that November morning in 1963, and it was the nuns who alerted us that something was wrong. As a tiny transistor radio crackled on, a strange and lonely sound began to manifest itself: ...

    by JOE NOLTE on September 30, 2004
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    Richard Thompson Sips From the Bathwater of Time - 1,000 years of popular music comes to the Barclay

    Photo courtesy Irvine BarclayThere may be no one quite so singularly unqualified to present a show assaying 1,000 Years of Popular Music as Richard Thompson. Sure, he's got the musical scholarship, chops, savvy, emotional depth and wit to cut a swat...

    by JIM WASHBURN on September 30, 2004
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    Comeback Players of the Year - The Trashcan Sinatras

    It's been 11 years since the Trashcan Sinatras last did a proper U.S. tour, but nothing has changed since then, according to singer Frank Reader. Well, okay, a few things have changed. "I think my bladder is a bit weaker than it was the last tim...

    by SARAH TOMLINSON on September 30, 2004
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    An Evening With Siouxsie

    Photo by Amy TheligHouse of Blues, Anaheim Sunday, Sept. 19 Black. Lots of black. Not quite Hot Topic's half-off rack, but darkness as a fashion accessory was the rule: corsets, chokers, vinyl, leather, trench coats, fishnets (as stockings and as ...

    by REX REASON on September 23, 2004
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    I Think I Lost the Music - Does my MTV want me?

    Photo by Tenaya Hills"I don't even have cable," confessed Natalie #17, sounding a teensy bit defeated. "If I won, I'd probably never see it." "Yeah," I sympathized, feeling a little defeated myself, and then joined her in a half-lie: I hadn't care...

    by ELLEN GRILEY on September 23, 2004
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    The Dwarves

    FILE UNDER: PUNK, HIP-HOP/POP/INDUSTRIAL/GOSPEL . . . The Dwarves The Dwarves Must Die Greedy/Sympathy for the Record Industry The Dwarves may have finally found their Pet Sounds--not to say The Dwarves Must Die, their first proper studio albu...

    by REX REASON on September 23, 2004
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    Bjork

    Photo by Phil PoynterFILE UNDER: POP, WEIRD AND FAMOUS Bjrk Medulla Elektra Bjrk's music, whether her sunny work with the Sugarcubes, her dancehall debut, or the mournful Vespertine, has always been driven by her fascination with the human v...

    by DANIEL ROSS on September 23, 2004
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    Tegan and Sara

    FILE UNDER: POP, CUTE BUT NOT CUTESY Tegan and Sara So Jealous Vapor Records So when you first hear about a pair of punk rock twins from Calgary with berhip hairdos and baby-girl voices, you're thinking something like Avril Lavigne or Lillix,...

    by KARA ZUARO on September 23, 2004
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    Live Previews

    Photo courtesy brycebridges.comTHE GOOD LIFE: GOING FOR BOOB Think of Tim Kasher's side project the Good Life as a civilized, restrained superego to Cursive's frantic and aggressive id. As Cursive's front man, Kasher spends quite a bit of time las...

    on September 23, 2004
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    Richard Thompson Sips From the Bathwater of Time - 1,000 years of popular music comes to the Barclay

    There may be no one quite so singularly unqualified to present a show assaying 1,000 Years of Popular Music as Richard Thompson. Sure, he's got the musical scholarship, chops, savvy, emotional depth and wit to cut a swath from 13th century rounds th...

    by JIM WASHBURN on September 23, 2004
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    Really? The Best Song Ever? - Yes, and its by Echo & the Bunnymen

    Ian McCulloch's manager, Peasy (as in easy-peasy), sounds worried about me. "Are you okay, mate?" he asks when he calls to tell me that Mac will be ready for our phone interview after he makes tea for his daughter and before he goes to watch his t...

    by SARAH TOMLINSON on September 23, 2004
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    Another Man Done Gone - Guitar string pioneer Ernie Ball, RIP

    Photo courtesy ernieball.comOn Sept. 9, Ernie Ball, one of the last remaining pioneers of the electric guitar's development, passed away in San Luis Obispo at age 74. A guitar string might seem a trifling thing compared to a Fender Stratocaster, but...

    by JIM WASHBURN on September 23, 2004
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    Not a Piece of My Heart - Layton: cute Paul discovers mousse

    Photo by Larry McAdamsHot-shit indie duo the Postal Service taught Paul Layton how to spoon. When filming the video for their single "The District Sleeps Alone Tonight," they enlisted Layton, who's not an actor but a musician, for the role of a holo...

    by ALISON M. ROSEN on September 23, 2004
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    The Roll Part - Make sense of the Hentchmen

    Photo Courtesy Times Beach RecordsGiven that rock has been a rotting, bloated corpse for at least 25 years, perhaps it's wise for us now to consider that what was truly enjoyable about rock & roll was indeed the roll part. Detroit's Hentchmen roll l...

    by TOM PILLA on September 23, 2004
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