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    Sodomized Again!

    Photo by Kat Jetson THE FEEDERZ THE LIQUID DEN, HUNTINGTON BEACH THURSDAY, APRIL 10 The Feederz used to put the "terrorism" into "art terrorism." They were spotty at the art part back when they started in 1980s Arizona, but you can't argue with ...

    on April 24, 2003
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    Martini Space Noise - The secret language of Richard Swift

    Drinking heavily, sorely missing his wife, the words that saved Richard Swift's sanity suddenly spilled from his mouth: "The paycheck just isn't worth it." Thus ended his well-compensated career as a session player for the contemporary-Christian-m...

    by ANDREW ASCH on April 24, 2003
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    Its April 19 - Today is Earth Day, Merry Christmas, Happy Birthday

    Photo by Jack GouldFor us anal types, there are misnomers galore surrounding this big-boffo Earth Day extravaganza. Like, why is it called the "seventh annual," since fest organizers Carlo Terranova and Sean Francis took 2001 and 2002 off while they...

    by Rich Kane on April 24, 2003
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    Rather Read a Book? - Shoot some theory all over the ExModels

    Art sort of hates rock, though it shouldn't--after all, the Talking Heads opened for the Ramones all the time. But nerds don't mix well with Neanderthals, even when they both like to play guitar. For every meathead, nature demands an equal and oppos...

    by Chris Ziegler on April 24, 2003
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    Around and Back Again - Chicken and chai chat with Steve and Anna

    Photo by Jeanne RiceAnna Waronker and Steve McDonald are music-making machines. They both have played major roles in successful LA-based bands. Waronker wrote ridiculously catchy songs and strummed oddly tuned guitars in harmony-heavy, violin-laced ...

    by KAT JETSON on April 24, 2003
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    Git Down, Git Down!

    THE WILLOWZ SIX-SONG CD EP So where has this been hiding out? A secret hovel somewhere in the bowels of Anaheim, apparently, and we're only too happy to help spread their gospel. But first, you're gonna think the Willowz are merely hopping on the...

    by Rich Kane on April 17, 2003
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    Zero dB

    ZERO DB RECONSTRUCTION UBIQUITY/FLUID OUNCE Sun Ra's classic track "Satellites Are Spinning" always hinted at otherwordly terrors, but Ra sublimated them under June Tyson's eccentric but optimistic vocals. Aided by their mix of fiery Latin ja...

    by ANDREW ASCH on April 17, 2003
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    Gigolo Aunts

    GIGOLO AUNTS PACIFIC OCEAN BLUES Q DIVISION From a shoreline sunset on the album cover to the casual way it was conceived, natural is a key description for the Gigolo Aunts' fifth full-length. Formed in the mid-'80s, these power-popsters took...

    by GEORGE A. PAUL on April 17, 2003
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    One More Goddamn It

    Photo by James Bunoan THE LORDS OF ALTAMONT/THE PAYBACKS ALEX'S BAR, LONG BEACH SATURDAY, APRIL 5 They didn't set anything on fire (at least not by the time we showed up), but biker-camp punkers the Lords of Altamont did have a prudently monochr...

    by Chris Ziegler on April 17, 2003
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    A Hello Kitty World - And F-Minus is waking up screaming

    "I like fun," says Brad Logan, as convincingly as he can. He likes making sock puppets with his artist wife for their four-year-old son. He likes going to parks and the movies. It's a Hello Kitty world, he laughs. Except for what he--after a brief s...

    by Chris Ziegler on April 17, 2003
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    Room for Improvement - Ways to make the Orange County Music Awards better

    Photo by Jeanne RiceDUMP THE PRESENTERS One of the big complaints of this year's OCMA show, held at the Grove of Anaheim on March 29, was that the show ran way too long--as if award shows are ever short. Still, four hours is a lot to ask of anyone'...

    by Rich Kane on April 17, 2003
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    Escape From Utopia - Jason Blakemore, granddaddy of DJ culture

    Photo by BaldemarThe cops are going to close down this deafening party any minute. The DJ is practically baiting the authorities with the power of his sound system's bone-shaking bass thump. This doesn't bother the legions of kids who are bobbing ...

    by ANDREW ASCH on April 17, 2003
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    Sublime! Ridiculous!

    Photo by James Bunoan THE ORANGE COUNTY MUSIC AWARDS THE GROVE OF ANAHEIM SATURDAY, MARCH 29 We knew the Orange County Music Awards (OCMA) had achieved a certain level of prominence when the greasy scalper standing near the Grove's main entrance...

    on April 10, 2003
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    El Gran Silencio

    EL GRAN SILENCIO SUPER RIDDIM INTERNACIONAL! VOL. 1 EMI LATIN Critics of El Gran Silencio (and there are many, as the vicious invectives hurled against the Monterrey, Mexico, natives that make up the opening track of this album prove) chide the...

    on April 10, 2003
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    King Tubby

    KING TUBBY 100% OF DUB SELECT CUTS/EFA/CAROLINE Gunned down by an unknown assailant. That was the tragic 1989 ending for King Tubby, and it made absolutely no sense. Born Osbourne Ruddock, Tubby literally invented a sound made for peace. Rastafa...

    by ANDREW ASCH on April 10, 2003
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    Movin On Up!

    Photo by James Bunoan FIFTH STORY TENANTS "NO DEFINITION"/"JUST BECAUSE YOU'RE RICH" 45 RPM VINYL SINGLE UNITY SQUAD RECORDS While the Replacements and Jonathan Richman are still sloshing around in this too-under-the-radar Long Beach trio (but n...

    by Chris Ziegler on April 10, 2003
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    The Cumbia of the Poor - Reflections on a maligned genre

    All Latin American music genres encounter difficulties attracting American ears, but perhaps none has had it tougher finding mainstream acceptance than cumbia. Which is strange, really: the classical Colombian rhythm is one of the few universal beat...

    on April 10, 2003
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    Good-Bad, But Not Evil - Get on, rock, get off with the Rotten Apples

    The band is like a long-distance love affair. The good songs come together like true love. And the side projects are when your steady goes out; nails the bartender at the Gulp 'n' Grope; and winds up stumbling sticky, drunk and ultimately unsatisfie...

    by Chris Ziegler on April 10, 2003
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    Molotov

    MOLOTOV DANCE AND DENSE DENSO SURCO/UNIVERSAL Dance and Dense Denso, the third album by Molotov, Mexico's most controversial band, has a title that translates as "dance and punch yourself." That same-named track not only kicks off the album but ...

    by Nick Schou on April 3, 2003
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    Fleshies for Fantasy

    Photo by James Bunoan Fleshies Liquid Den, Huntington Beach Wednesday, March 19 You don't need a war to stir up a band that gives a shit: yeah, Vietnam got us the MC5, but Thatcher and Reagan did as much or more for rebel art with sheer incompre...

    by Chris Ziegler on April 3, 2003
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