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    Dustjackets - Abstract Workshop Anniversary Party

    The entire world is a stage, and behind every curtain is music! For Orange County, Abstract Workshop's curtain has been drawn back for almost a decade, revealing wax, turntables and microphones. The old adage "with age comes wisdom" often holds tr...

    by PORSCHIA BAKER on March 29, 2007
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    Not Rioting - The Ataris

    There's a lot of stock in "good" vs. "bad" in this racket. To wit: when a new album comes out and is shot into the hands of execs, managers, agents, publicists, bookers and fluffers, it's always accompanied by a brief declaration of whether or not i...

    by KATE CARRAWAY on March 29, 2007
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    Aural Reports - Recording company founder

    Hip-hop, punk rock, R&B, pop-- if it's good, The OC Recording Co.'s founder and head engineer Asaf Fulks will lay it down. What is The OC Recording Co.? OC Recording is a studio in Orange County providing professional recording at affordable rat...

    by REX REASON on March 22, 2007
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    CD Review - The Assemble Head In Sunburst Sound, Ekranoplan, Tee Pee Records

    With the music industry chasing its own tail and suing everyone who gives it a chance, while half the independent artists out there set up their own shill game in some honest but futile attempt to make MySpace what MTV once was, one has to take a st...

    by MICHAEL COYLE on March 22, 2007
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    Hits! - Fingerprints

    Top ten selling records from March 9 to March 15, at FINGERPRINTS, 4612 E. 2nd St., Long Beach, (562) 433-4996. Fingerprints carries a full range of new and used CDs, DVDs, and LPs and specializes in indie rock. Fingerprints also has frequent in-sto...

    by REX REASON on March 22, 2007
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    Endless Music Vs. Endless Promotion - Recapping South by Southwest

    From Austin, Texas-- You'll never believe that the last show I saw at SXSW was also the best. It seems too good to be true, like I'm giving it too much weight, trying to wrap things up with a dramatic flourish, faking a climax for the sake of a go...

    by TOM CHILD on March 22, 2007
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    Hep to the Hip - Crying in my moosehead over the Tragically Hip

    Writing about the Tragically Hip feels like coming out of the closet. I was born and raised in Canada, and have revealed as much in print and to my American colleagues, but the Hip are to Canadians what Mariah is (and Cher was) to the gays: canonica...

    by KATE CARRAWAY on March 22, 2007
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    Marry Me - Everyone knows and loves indie rock-country darlings the Watson Twins

    AlL right, before you start wondering, let's just get it out of the way: yes, they're the Watson Twins as in Jenny Lewis and the Watson Twins. Yes, they are those two really-mysteriously-sultry-women in the mirror image blue dresses standing in the ...

    by Vickie Chang on March 22, 2007
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    Biblical Plauges - The Locust

    First, some preamble: What does or does not constitute grindcore (or hardcore, or metal, or math rock) is, while surely a question for the ages, not at issue here. Nor is Justin Pearson's possible magnificence (he's one of those enviably productive ...

    by KATE CARRAWAY on March 22, 2007
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    Screw the Industry Weasels - Think small (bands) and youll have a good time at SXSW

    Much as the Sundance Film Festival now attracts legions of YouTubers determined to get their personal video journal released by the Weinsteins, the South By Southwest music conference--after two decades, best recognized as SXSW--has become a magnet ...

    by TOM CHILD on March 15, 2007
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    But What About the Hip-hop, Tom? - Saul Williams

    This year's SXSW will feature a more than satisfactory amount of hip-hop and hip-hop related artists--which is more than I can say for Coachella--according to its 8,000 page line-up posted online. Hip-hop household names include Aesop Rock, Buck 65,...

    by Vickie Chang on March 15, 2007
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    No Sir, I Don't Like Him - Eric Clapton polls low

    Contemplating the career of Eric Clapton reminds me of Pauline Kael's famous line that she could not believe Richard Nixon had been reelected because she didn't know anybody who'd voted for him. I don't know anybody who's voted for Eric Clapton. In ...

    by SAM MCPHEETERS on March 15, 2007
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    Balls Out, Righteous, Hilarious - Thats Clipse now, but wait until they really rip it open

    One of my favorite ladies calls me and yells, "What it do!?" into the phone. Every day. A salutation torn from a Clipse song ("Wamp Wamp") is always appreciated, especially this week, as I've been in something of a Clipse coma. I'm revitalized in my...

    by KATE CARRAWAY on March 15, 2007
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    Aural Reports - Jeff Cogan, music professor

    Chapman University School of Music professor and Orange County Guitar Circle president Jeff Cogan has great nails. What is the Orange County Guitar Circle? The Orange County Guitar Circle is a non-profit organization that supports the classical ...

    by REX REASON on March 15, 2007
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    Locals Only - Fu Manchu as loud and proud as ever

    Fu Manchu We Must Obey Liquor and Poker Music You sit down and write what you think to be some clever lines about the new Fu Manchu album, then hit up Google for some amateur factchecking and come to find it's all been said before. So it goes wi...

    by MICHAEL COYLE on March 15, 2007
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    Hits! - Music Revolution

    Top ten selling records from March 2 to March 8, at Music Revolution, 52 E. Orangethorpe Ave., Anaheim, (714) 447-9288. Music Revolution carries new CDs and vinyl-specializing in hip hop, dance music, jungle, and rock-as well as clothing and gifts. ...

    by REX REASON on March 15, 2007
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    Disinfect This! - You'll want to shower after seeing Dirty on Purpose

    Brooklyn-based indie-rock upstarts Dirty On Purpose come loaded with all sorts of swoon-y strings (kind of like The Arcade Fire) and vocal tics (a la Clap Your Hands Say Yeah). Less down and dirty than precious and pretty, the band's tunes mostly co...

    by JEFF STRATTON on March 15, 2007
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    Funking Your Way Through Life - George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic

    Every dream and nightmare you've ever had owes a debt to George Clinton and P-Funk. The cosmic warrior and his surfeit of Parliament/Funkadelic moondust buddies essentially invented a brand new genre, one that also shook its shaker into rap, jazz, R...

    by KATE CARRAWAY on March 15, 2007
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    Crash Course - Asteroid #4 speed toward your stereo

    The members of Philadelphia space rock outfit Asteroid #4 never contemplated their band name until years later, when it started to become irritating. The conscious nod toward elder statesmen shoegazers Spacemen 3 was initially chosen in haste as the...

    by ARRISSIA OWEN on March 8, 2007
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    Music Please - EPMD Back To Back In Business

    His name is Erick Sermon and he's back again and again and again and again--started with Lyn Collins and Marva Whitney samples and made respectable dollars and even more respectable classics with partner Parrish Smith as EPMD. They were so laid-back...

    by Chris Ziegler on March 8, 2007
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