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    A.C. Newman

    Photo by Karin BubasA.C. Newman The Slow Wonder Matador Records Fans of the New Pornographers may not recognize the band's redheaded front man, but Carl Newman's hooks are instantly familiar--even if under the layers of sugar, they turn out to b...

    by DANNY MAGUIRE on July 15, 2004
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    New Face in Hell

    Photo by James BunoanBay City Rollers Alex's Bar, Long Beach Friday, July 9 In hell, you'll have a spot on the list, and the drinks will be cheap, and you'll tip well, and everyone will say hi and clap your back because they've all been waiting ...

    on July 15, 2004
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    Seizure Factor - Rich kids on LSD now old men who drink beer

    Time is a motherfucker. It slows the mind, crushes the spirit and softens all the interesting pointy edges. Think something like taking acid and speeding down the Autobahn to play a packed punk show and then sleep in a squat with transvestite hooker...

    by REX REASON on July 15, 2004
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    Greaser is the Word - The Rascals been lonely too long

    Photo by youngrascal.netHow much must it have sucked to be a maverick American rock & roll band in the mid-'60s? While such revolutionary groups as Love, the Blues Project, the Sonics and the Music Machine struggled to earn so much as a regional hit...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on July 15, 2004
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    Do I Care About the Kids? - The gelatinous regret of the Walkmen

    Photo by Ana LethauserWhenever you read about New York band the Walkmen, you always read about how they used to be in famous major-label flop Jonathan Fire*Eater, but Hamilton Leithauser--singer/ guitarist/emotional nerve center of the band--wasn't ...

    by ALISON M. ROSEN on July 15, 2004
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    Rewind Your Walkmen - Jonathan Fire*Eater

    Before the Walkmen sold Saturn autos--see that commercial?--to young professionals, they were kid musicians from D.C. who set up shop in New York City under the name Jonathan Fire*Eater. Walter Martin was the organ grinder for drummer Matt Barrick's...

    by EYAD KARKOUTLY on July 15, 2004
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    Sibling Revelry - The Finn Brothers in a crowded house

    "We made quite a detailed plan and started to disassemble it to the point where we had no plan at all," says Neil Finn from his Los Angeles hotel room. "And that's when things got a bit dirty." Neil and brother Tim are now simply the Finn Brothers...

    by ANTERO GARCIA on July 15, 2004
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    Prince Po

    Prince Po The Slickness Lex While Pharoahe Monch, Prince Po's partner in the early-'90s hip-hop group Organized Konfusion, pushed his way to the forefront of mainstream hip-hop (signing to Rawkus and almost hitting the Top 40!), Po stayed in the...

    by ANTERO GARCIA on July 8, 2004
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    Dave Alvin

    Dave Alvin Ashgrove Yep Roc Dave Alvin is sad. His new release, Ashgrove, the first disc for North Carolina-based Yep Roc Records and his first of all-new material since 1998's Blackjack David, is depressing. And that's really sad. Alvin has alw...

    by THEO DOUGLAS on July 8, 2004
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    Live Concert Reviews

    Photo by James BunoanHootenanny Oak Canyon Ranch, Irvine Saturday, July 3 If Hootenanny was all-jail-bait-all-day--we hadn't seen psychobilly in such a long time, but now she's all growed up! And look, she's got her boobies!--then that must ma...

    on July 8, 2004
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    What Happens in Vegas . . . - Falling in love with the club you love to hate

    Photo by Matt OttoReminding us a little of the dashing-but-dim high school quarterback who risks everything--reputation, eternal salvation, unrestricted access to the pep squad's panties--to befriend his nerdy pipsqueak of a geometry tutor, Vegas op...

    by ELLEN GRILEY on July 8, 2004
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    Vodka Tonic - Swear never again with the Soviettes

    With voices as angelic as this, the Soviettes sound like a bunch of pure-hearted teetotalers. But with the poppy-punk backing track that's nothing like the average pop-punker band--and a name that's gotta lead back to some heavy boozin'--it's pretty...

    by REX REASON on July 8, 2004
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    Deconstructing a Mystery - Sarah McLachlan and two glasses of wine

    Sarah McLachlan is part of a singer/songwriter genre that's been sadly underrepresented in mainstream music over the past 20 years. Still, standing almost alone in that spotlight, McLachlan is a starkly original and devastatingly real artist. Her me...

    by Stacy Davies on July 8, 2004
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    Gold & Smog - The tectonic shift of Greater California

    For Long Beach jazzbo hep-cats Greater California, success hinges on the details. Like glockenspiels. Yeah, that thing marching bands use when they need to get ethereal at halftime. But, says Greater California singer/guitarist/trumpeter Terry Prine...

    by ANDREW LENTZ on July 8, 2004
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    On the Borderline - A tequila toast to Calexico

    For the first time ever, Calexico is preparing to play in Calexico. But band co-founder Joey Burns still has a long way to go, driving through Saskatchewan on a day off between a set of jazz festivals in Canada. Before they arrive at their namesake ...

    by KARA ZUARO on July 8, 2004
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    On the Borderline - A tequila toast to Calexico

    For the first time ever, Calexico is preparing to play in Calexico. But band co-founder Joey Burns still has a long way to go, driving through Saskatchewan on a day off between a set of jazz festivals in Canada. Before they arrive at their namesake ...

    by KARA ZUARO on July 8, 2004
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    When Calexico Plays Calexico

    Calexico the band is a savvy swap-meet shopper's collection of treasured finds, a fascinating mix and match of forgotten Americana, Tex-Mex, tumbleweeds, alt.-folk, desert expanses, bluesy mariachi, a sharpshooter's steely stare and Latin jazz, all ...

    by MAXWELL YIM on July 8, 2004
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    Bless The Drunks With Boners - Preservation Hall Jazz Band will pop your pup tent

    When I was a li'l kid in the early '60s, what is now formally designated "traditional" or "New Orleans jazz" was more commonly classified as "Dixieland." This was also a time when black people were widely called "colored," women were referred to as ...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on July 8, 2004
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    The Sound of One Hand Rocking - The best of Rush in 21:12

    The number three is full of cosmic power: like Heaven, Earth and Hell; or the Father, the Son, and the Holy Ghost; or the number of members in the Canadian rock band Rush. Because the music of Rush is just as metaphysically bombastic as anything els...

    by EYAD KARKOUTLY on July 8, 2004
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    After After After - On getting out alive of the MC5

    Photo by Mark Dancey "Out in the streets," wrote reporter Michael Herr, "I couldn't tell the Vietnam veterans from the rock & roll veterans." Huh, so which MC5 show was that? The famous '68 DNC? The Golden Gate Park show at which 10,000 hippies, dru...

    by Chris Ziegler on July 8, 2004
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