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    Freeeeeeaky! - Big Business ram metal up your alimentary

    Courtesy 2:30 PublicityInSeattle,allowingthe"grunge"tagtosticktoyourband is about as cool as sporting a Von Dutch cap, a faux hawk and a white belt--it's a dated motherfucker of an association. So while lesser acts chase the early-'90s rock nirvana ...

    by JENNIFER MAERZ on March 24, 2005
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    Noise Annoys - Koos Kagily Kancels Kurrent Koncerts

    Photo by James BunoanLong Beach art space Koo's has been doing pretty good this year, riding into the last months of a short-term entertainment license permitting amplified entertainment--all those loud bands the kids love--with a steadier reputatio...

    by Chris Ziegler on March 17, 2005
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    Live Previews

    TEGAN AND SARA THE ANTI-ASHLEES It could've been worse. After all, Tegan and Sara Quin are young, foxy and Canadian. They play guitars and sing sad songs about love. Toss in their razor-sharp haircuts, jet-black tattoos and just-dingy-enough vint...

    on March 17, 2005
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    I Predict a Riot!

    THE MAGNESIUM PIE HAYMARKET REVIVAL HAFAST RECORDS Like your eight-hour workday? You better. People fucking diedto bring that to you, y'know. Or perhaps you've never heard of the Haymarket Riot? Short story: Chicago, 1886. Cops order peaceful ...

    by Rich Kane on March 17, 2005
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    It's the Parents' Fault!

    Photo by Matt OttoORANGE COUNTY MUSIC AWARDS BEST HIGH SCHOOL BAND FINALS GALAXY THEATER, SANTA ANA SUN., MARCH 13 A note to the bands Open Air Stereo, Audacity and the Licks: any of you may very well be the best high school band in OC, but w...

    by Rich Kane on March 17, 2005
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    The Big Sting - Bugging Out At Scorpion

    Photo by Matt OttoIt'sacredittothedesignersofScorpionSteakhouse & Lounge that they were able to take a restaurant motif as tired and overdone as wall-to-wall fish tanks and actually make them something worth writing about again. Of course, it helps ...

    by ELLEN GRILEY on March 17, 2005
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    Here Comes the Sun - Shonen Knife put some sweetness in your life

    Courtesy Oglio RecordsIt'sasickculturethatneedsthesugarcoatedsunshine Shonen Knife brings. And we're not talking about Japan. While they've got their own special psychoses--schoolgirl obsessions, Rapeman and sumo--it's America that craves, loves, ne...

    by REX REASON on March 17, 2005
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    Tears of Rage - It doesnt get any more Irish than Flogging Molly

    Courtesy Side One Dummy RecordsDaveKinghasasorethroat.That'snoshock to anyone who's heard Flogging Molly's lead singer, whose gravelly howl could crack a pint glass. It's a shot of whiskey hitting the back of your throat, a match head scratching but...

    by Joel Beers on March 17, 2005
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    The Radical Womb - Andrea Echeverri ditches imperialist critiques for motherhood

    ThefirstfamouspersonIeverinterviewedwasAndreaEcheverri, front woman for the Colombian superduo Aterciopelados. I talked to her in anticipation of the group's 2001 release, Gozo Poderozo, and she fulfilled all my lofty expectations: ferocious, opinio...

    by Gustavo Arellano on March 17, 2005
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    Live Previews

    Photo by Carl StudnaDANZIG HEIGHT REQUIREMENT Pity poor little Glenn Danzig. Not only is he short--and equipped with a Napoleonic complex to match--but he seems destined to receive the metaphorical . . . shortend of the stick. He's certainly had ...

    on March 10, 2005
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    Noise Noise Noise

    Top 10 selling records from Feb. 25 to March 3 at Noise Noise Noise, 1505 Mesa Verde Dr. E., Ste. A, Costa Mesa, (714) 556-1507. Noise Noise Noise specializes in new and used LPs, CDs and DVDs of independent music, punk, reggae, hip-hop and jazz. Ac...

    by REX REASON on March 10, 2005
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    GIZMO 20-TRACK SELF-RELEASED CD Some genres are so perfectly nailed by certain artists that no one should even attempt playing music remotely in the same realm. Take reggae. Sucks. All of it--except for Marley. And jam bands? Blow. Completely. ...

    by Rich Kane on March 10, 2005
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    They Want My Smokes!

    Photo by James BunoanTHE DUANE PETERS GUNFIGHT/RIVER CITY REBELS/CIVET HOUSE OF BLUES, ANAHEIM SUNDAY, MARCH 6 An accounting of the State of Punk Rock in 2005 can't be composed without a fashion report, which on this night included one tire...

    by Rich Kane on March 10, 2005
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    Since 'Til Tuesday - Aimee Mann carries on

    Not many musicians made it out of the '80s with their careers intact; even fewer emerged from the rubble with the respect Aimee Mann has garnered since her days in 'Til Tuesday. That's a tall order when you factor image into the equation: the white-...

    by MICHELLE MCCARTHY on March 10, 2005
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    Low Ball Ass Chatter - Texas is the reason

    If it's March, then it's time for the annual migration of OC/Long Beach bands to Austin, Texas, for the music-industry wank-o-rama/booze-'n'-barbecue orgy that is South By Southwest (SXSW). This year's contingent making the Central Standard Time zon...

    by Rich Kane on March 10, 2005
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    Our Crowd Will Pound Your Bar - Nex Level makes hip-hop look Eazy

    Photo by Matt OttoAt10:38p.m.onaThursday,theCrazyHorse Steakhouse boasts little more than some autographed headshots of country music has-beens displayed in the foyer and a trio of doughy, Bud Light-swilling cowgirls getting loosey-goosey on the dan...

    by ELLEN GRILEY on March 10, 2005
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    'It's Getting Scary' - Living Legends vs. a media monster

    LivingLegendsisaloosecollectiveofninehip-hoppers rarely seen--and even more rarely heard--all together, even though individually, they're staples in the California underground rap scene. Murs, the Grouch, Eligh, Sunspot Jonz, Luckyiam, Scarub, Bicas...

    by MICHAEL COYLE on March 10, 2005
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    Live Previews

    THE GAME WEST COAST POPPIN' "The West Coast never fell off/I was asleep in Compton/Aftermath been here/the beats been knockin'/Nate Dogg doing his thing/DPG still poppin'!" spits the Game over killer piano keys on "Westside Story," the first s...

    on March 3, 2005
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    VIP Records, Long Beach

    Top 10 selling records from Feb. 18 to Feb. 24, at VIP Records, 1014 Pacific Coast Hwy., Long Beach, (562) 591-2349; www.viplongbeach.com. VIP Records specializes in R&B, rap, gospel, blues, jazz, and reggae CDs, LPs, cassettes and DVDs. 1) Th...

    by REX REASON on March 3, 2005
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    Sloshy! - Disguster

    Photo by Matt OttoGUSTER NINE-SONG DEMO CD It's the Velvet Revolver of OC! Meaning it's a bunch of guys from bands we've known of for years--K.C. from the Co-dependents, Hedge from Mr. Mirainga, Jorge from Smear--plus one guy we've never heard of...

    by Rich Kane on March 3, 2005
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