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    The Fabulous Masonaires - Groove Ensemble and Take Back, tonight!

    Photo by Matt OttoEven though the teensy stage at Detroit Bar was an upgrade from modest gigs at such joints as Din Din at the Bamboo Terrace--where bands play in the dining room!--the Groove Ensemble looked almost comically cramped during their set...

    by ELLEN GRILEY on January 13, 2005
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    Hong Kong Six

    Photo by James BunoanHong Kong Six OC Music Awards Showcase, DiPiazza's, Long Beach Thursday, Jan. 6 Turns out all the post-show whimpering about how La Mirada's Hong Kong Six didn't play crowd-pleaser/our favorite/their best song, "1985" wasn...

    by ELLEN GRILEY on January 13, 2005
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    Live Previews

    RICHARD SWIFT DEPRESSION GREAT AND OTHERWISE Go ahead. Call Richard Swift "Dick." Did it feel okay? He likes it. It gives this 27-year-old Fullerton singer/songwriter the excuse to act like a crotchety old man, making obscure music for cranky pe...

    on January 13, 2005
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    Frank Lenz

    courtesy of photobyskeebo.comCONQUEST SLAUGHTERVELVET BLUE MUSIC For a spell, Frank Lenz was the funkiest, sauciest white dude in all of OC. That was back in 2001 when he put out The Hot Stuff, a CD that bubbled over with '70s slow-groove R&B, rep...

    by Rich Kane on January 13, 2005
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    Tyrannosaurus Wrecks - The Hives: Not new, not favorite

    It takes some concrete cojones to strut around, squawking about how you've got the best band in the world--that out of the kajillion other skinny-assed, stern-faced, stage-hogging rock & rollers, you play with the most talented pack this planet has ...

    by JENNIFER MAERZ on January 13, 2005
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    Let's Burn That Puppy Down! - Paul Bailey Ensemble: Fuck the Orchestra!

    Paul Bailey saw a lot of space between pop art and high art and decided to fill it, rather than just rant about it over fish tacos and soda--although he does a pretty good job at that, too. The jovial, articulate composer/trombonist/bandleader is ju...

    by REX REASON on January 13, 2005
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    Out of the Light We Begin - Interminably Thermals

    Everything Thermals came out of only two things: the coffee shop that had singer/guitarist Hutch Harris behind the counter and the Fender practice amp waiting alone in the house for him when he got home. And if you've worked in coffee shops, you und...

    by Chris Ziegler on January 13, 2005
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    Live Previews

    The Shemps That's Great, That Sucks The Shemps may not be Guitar World-caliber musicians or skinny-tie hipsters, but they're probably having more fun than your band, and they're most definitely wreaking more havoc. The New York City sextet--cons...

    on January 6, 2005
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    Vavak

    Photo by James BunoanVavak Parasol EP Crash Family Michael Vavak used to take his guitar and his bouquet of blond dreads down to the Seal Beach pier and play Grateful Dead tunes to the tourists. That would probably get you fined today, but it ...

    by MICHAEL COYLE on January 6, 2005
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    Pro-Rock

    Top 10 selling records from Dec. 25 to 31 at Pro-Rock, 1064 N. State College Blvd., Anaheim, (714) 774-3443. Pro-Rock carries rock en espaol; guerrero del rock; and black metal, underground punk and hardcore en espaol and English. 1. Avalanch, E...

    by REX REASON on January 6, 2005
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    Bucket of Blood! - And Liquid Den Insta-Gone

    Photo by Matt Otto "Fried chicken." Not quite the answer we were looking for, but okay. For Sean Mulvihill, the trick to beating a hangover is a bucket of original-recipe Kentucky Fried Chicken. Still, we had hoped to find at the Harp Inn someone ...

    by ELLEN GRILEY on January 6, 2005
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    Sloppy-Good

    Photo by James BunoanTerrors/Brett Cutts/60 Watt Kid/Foot Foot Koo's, Long Beach Sunday, Jan. 2 On a lazy, cold, wet Sunday night, as God's urine rained down upon us, we could think of no better way to begin a new year than with something warm a...

    by Rich Kane on January 6, 2005
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    2004 Scorecard

    Who'd we pick to do good in the world last year? All these people. And what did they do? Plenty of good! Unless Chris Ziegler wrote about them, in which case they broke up. THE BLOW UP BLOW WHAT WE SAID: "An all-star Long Beach lineup playing at...

    by Chris Ziegler on January 6, 2005
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    Aloud and Alive In 2005 - Our favorite bands of next year, predicted this year

    Illustration by Bob AulBecause 2004 is over and no one needs to hear about the Arcade Fire or the Killers or something anymore. These people live here and they are doing things right now, and it cuts our very hearts when LA figures out they exist an...

    on January 6, 2005
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    All the Evil in the Cartoon World - Shapeshifters Transform and Roll Out

    The Shapeshifters have been a presencein the Los Angeles hip-hop scene for more than a decade at this point, but they still sound like they're a bunch of stoned delinquent fuck-ups. And that's a good thing. What other band can get away with basing t...

    by ANTERO GARCIA on January 6, 2005
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    Diary Of A Drunk County - The Year In Clubbed

    Photo by James BunoanThe year 2004 was all Wild Turkey cowboy shots and sweaty smooches with strangers--but then we woke up 12 hours later, puking and laughing, and the year? Well, it never really was quite the same. But in between the bar tabs and ...

    by ELLEN GRILEY on December 30, 2004
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    Best Music Writing 2004 - Special web Exclusive Anthology

    Writing we're proud we had this year, highlighted for one little moment. We'll go right back to total shame next week. JONATHAN RICHMAN: "Everything I truly valued in rock & roll was right there: magic, adventure, rhythm, mystery, intimacy, emotio...

    on December 30, 2004
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    Disaster and What Comes After - Out on the street with Rye Coalition

    Photo by Brian AppioBefore you can begin to comprehend Rye Coalition, you've got to understand where they're coming from. Jersey City is just a 15-minute train ride from Manhattan's Wall Street, but it's a crucial 15 minutes. When you emerge in Jers...

    by KARA ZUARO on December 30, 2004
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    Muh-Merica - Hurricane Melvin, meet Hurricane Jeanne

    You don't listen to the Melvins--you absorb them. Or your body rejects them like a failed transplant, completely unable to handle that notorious creepy-crawl through rock, punk and metal. The word "sludge" comes up a lot. Twenty-year band vets guita...

    by REX REASON on December 30, 2004
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    SecondSpin

    Top 10 selling records from Dec. 11 to Dec. 17 at SecondSpin, 1781 Newport Blvd., Costa Mesa, (949) 650-8870. SecondSpin carries new and used CDs, DVDs and VHS and buys used products. 1) U2, How to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb (Interscope) 2) The Fa...

    by REX REASON on December 23, 2004
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