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  • Grand Canyon or Bust - 
Pelican create topographical wonderswith music

    Article

    Grand Canyon or Bust - Pelican create topographical wonderswith music

    Any band can make music. Few can make music do something. Illinois rockers Pelican do just that, though, effectively creating Grand Canyons of sound with every meta-suite they attempt. Their songs are filled with the proverbial highs and lows of lif...

    by ROBERT ACOSTA on May 25, 2006
  • Get Shorty - 
Smoosh make you feel kinda icky, but in a good way

    Article

    Get Shorty - Smoosh make you feel kinda icky, but in a good way

    I've witnessed music make a grown man cry--specifically, every time my father hears "Let There Be Peace on Earth"--and I've caught many an indie dude blush at the sight of a particularly adorable female singer--namely, Jenny Lewis and Chan Marshall....

    by ELLEN GRILEY on May 25, 2006
  • Taking the Good With the Bad - Eels

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    Taking the Good With the Bad - Eels

    You know those bands you just can't seem to outgrow? The bands you still cling to even though their past few albums were not so great? In your mind, these bands can do no harm--at least not anything you can't conveniently forget: the good will alway...

    by Vickie Chang on May 25, 2006
  • Totally Harmless Band - The Little Ones

    Article

    Totally Harmless Band - The Little Ones

    Given the pastel-colored, Chutes Too Narrow-inspired cover art on their debut EP, Sing Song, it seems Los Angeles band the Little Ones are the newest members of that whole lighthearted, cute-name-equals-cuter-pop scene that's been sweeping up indie ...

    by Vickie Chang on May 25, 2006
  • Making It Dance - 
Rub-n-Tug

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    Making It Dance - Rub-n-Tug

    For any heads out there who like to move their bag of bones to a different beat, Orange County can sometimes be a very boring place. Interesting electronic dance music--whether spun, performed, arpeggiated or otherwise--is a rarity in these parts, b...

    by EYAD KARKOUTLY on May 25, 2006
  • Rush on Klonopin - The Transmissions

    Article

    Rush on Klonopin - The Transmissions

    When pressed for thoughts about his music, all Christian Biel, singer/guitarist for LA-based band the Transmissions, can muster is a humble, "It's music that is best heard and experienced. Not talked about." But I shall try anyway. Because that's ...

    by LAUREN MOONEY on May 25, 2006
  • Walk the Line -  Straight outta cartoon country: Hip-hop reality starts with LD and Ariano

    Article

    Walk the Line - Straight outta cartoon country: Hip-hop reality starts with LD and Ariano

    You can get burgers 24 hours a day and beers till 2 a.m. in Orange County, but this particular night, rappers LMNO and Rahbu were after something stronger: "I had a craving to record and we were in OC and I knew it was a long shot--there's nowhere...

    by Chris Ziegler on May 18, 2006
  • Chop Monsters - 
Darren Carr wants your business forever

    Article

    Chop Monsters - Darren Carr wants your business forever

    As the owner of West Coast Drum Center and drummer for the Steve Carson Band, Darren Carr is all about hitting things with sticks. Are Orange County drummers a unique species? Absolutely. The things at our store that sell I find catch on with ...

    by REX REASON on May 18, 2006
  • CD Review - Espers, II (Drag City)

    Article

    CD Review - Espers, II (Drag City)

    I remember one time I went to this thing called the Society for Creative Anachronism. It was super cool to see all these dudes dressed in armor battling each other with wooden swords. I guess they were having some tournament where the winner became ...

    by JED MAHEU on May 18, 2006
  • Voodoo Boogie - 
Eagles of Death Metal: Anointed by the spirits of rock & roll

    Article

    Voodoo Boogie - Eagles of Death Metal: Anointed by the spirits of rock & roll

    What's not to love, one wonders. Witnessing the Eagles of Death Metal live is to encounter an embodiment of all that made early rock & roll so wonderful. There's a simple beat, you can sing along to it, and the singer is bizarrely charismatic. Jesse...

    by JAY BABCOCK on May 18, 2006
  • Get Out! - Party's Over!

    Article

    Get Out! - Party's Over!

    THURSDAY, MAY 18 Randy Holden finds caveman-soul torchbearers in a band called Jucifer: a gal named Amber Valentine who deploys then destroys several hundred pounds of guitar amplifier nightly and a drummer named Edgar Livengood who hunkers unde...

    by Chris Ziegler on May 18, 2006
  • Article

    Hits! - SecondSpin

    Top 10 records sold from May 5 to May 11 at SecondSpin, 1781 Newport Blvd., Costa Mesa, (949) 650-8870. SecondSpin carries new and used CDs and DVDs and buys used products. 1Tool, 10,000 Days (Volcano/Tool Dissectional) 2 Neil Young, Living With...

    by REX REASON on May 18, 2006
  • Locals Only - Frank Lenz, VileLenz and Thieves (Hidden Agenda)

    Article

    Locals Only - Frank Lenz, VileLenz and Thieves (Hidden Agenda)

    There are two kinds of suicide rockers: the ones who sound like they want to (and eventually might) pull the trigger--or swallow the pills, or tie the noose--and the ones you sense have maybe already put down the gun, walked away and lived, the ones...

    by ELLEN GRILEY on May 18, 2006
  • Our Musical Neighbors to the North - 
Bedouin Soundclash

    Article

    Our Musical Neighbors to the North - Bedouin Soundclash

    It used to be that Canada's music scene was best known for its Celine Dions and Avril Lavignes, but our neighbors to the North can now claim something a bit more remarkable: the breakthrough buzz created by Arcade Fire and Broken Social Scene. And w...

    by JAMI MAKAN on May 18, 2006
  • Men Among Giants - 2006 Doheny Blues Festival

    Article

    Men Among Giants - 2006 Doheny Blues Festival

    You can always expect a blues giant to close the weekend-long 2006 Doheny Blues Fest with a bang, and this year's headliners, Etta James and B.B. King, are poised to do just that. But what truly makes the annual event so intriguing is how often a le...

    by JOHN ROOS on May 18, 2006
  • Things You Already Knew - Neighborhood Festival

    Article

    Things You Already Knew - Neighborhood Festival

    Someone might want to let the organizers of Long Beach's Neighborhood Festival know that it's 2006, not 2003: Why else would they book two headling bands--Moving Units and IMA Robot--that insist on flaunting that whole beaten-to-death dance-post-pun...

    by Vickie Chang on May 18, 2006
  • Thug-Adonis Veneer - T.I.

    Article

    Thug-Adonis Veneer - T.I.

    So maybe he didn't conquer the box office with his lead role in ATL, but T.I.'s ego still rages on the aptly titled album King, just released this past March. Already platinum, the album deserves its blowout sales, achieving a rare, believable balan...

    by DOUG WALLEN on May 18, 2006
  • For the Record - The many labels of Pat Grindstaff

    Article

    For the Record - The many labels of Pat Grindstaff

    Starting with Pelado Records 10 years ago and growing to include Road to Ruin Distribution, Nervous Breakdown Records and soon Self Destruct Records, Pat Grindstaff found his place in Orange County punk rock mostly by staying away from it. So Pe...

    by REX REASON on May 11, 2006
  • CD Review - Eleventh Dream Day, Zeroes and Ones (Thrill Jockey)

    Article

    CD Review - Eleventh Dream Day, Zeroes and Ones (Thrill Jockey)

    This great, great band, whose name should be on every schoolgirl's lips, has been around for 23 years and released its first record almost two decades ago, yet it only seems to be legendary among the better sort of rock writers. Eleventh Dream Day...

    by OLIVER HALL on May 11, 2006
  • Get Out! - 
May 11 -          May 18: Mad Like Eldridge Cleaver

    Article

    Get Out! - May 11 - May 18: Mad Like Eldridge Cleaver

    THURSDAY, MAY 11 The OC High School of the Arts presents its funk/fusion/jazzshowcase, part of a grade-A tradition of funky classroom calisthenics. DJ Shadow's Schoolhouse Funk comps put a cute name to a long discography, but with-it high school...

    by Chris Ziegler on May 11, 2006
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