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    Hip Springs Eternal

    Photo by James BunoanKEVIN DUTTON BURNVILLE 10-TRACK SELF-RELEASED CD Breezy, feel-good songs about hearts on fire at sundown? Not so hip. High harmonies going la-la-la-la-la? Not so hip. And a happy whistle break in the middle of a song? That s...

    by JOE E. BREWSKI on August 7, 2003
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    Letfreedomring

    THE DIXIE CHICKS ARROWHEAD POND MONDAY, JULY 21 Sure, we probably wouldn't have shown up were it not for the Controversy, which we won't bother rehashing here. We actually would have had a grand time had we never even bothered going inside, wh...

    on August 7, 2003
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    Garage Sale! - Trash vinyl with thee Okmoniks

    Too many bands--the Caesars, the Datsun 4, the D4, and every other act that proves that socialized, Second World health care torpedoes credible rock & roll--bought their '60s retro sound where they bought their '60s retro furniture: IKEA, where ever...

    by Chris Ziegler on August 7, 2003
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    The Boys With the Morrissey in Their Side - Mimicking Moz with the Sweet and Tender Hooligans

    It's 1999, and there's a hundreds-deep line around Tower Records in Hollywood, everyone hoping to meet and get autographs from '80s new wave deity Morrissey. Jos Maldonado is maybe No. 400, and when it's his turn to talk to the man, he begins mumbl...

    by Gustavo Arellano on August 7, 2003
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    Nutsack in a Blender - Boston, dude! Boston!

    Photo courtesy of Boston HomepageIn 2003, it's acceptable to cop to a number of guilty aural pleasures: Abba, vintage disco tunes, Duran Duran. My guiltiest of pleasures is Boston. When I say I like Boston, what I mean is that I liked their first ...

    by Rich Kane on August 7, 2003
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    Cafe Tacuba

    Caf Tacuba Cuatro Caminos Mca Caf Tacuba have never fully employed a drum kit during their decade-plus dominion over musical ingenuity in the Western Hemisphere, instead relying on a fabulously talented drum box when pummeling was needed. But ...

    by Gustavo Arellano on July 31, 2003
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    Paint It Black

    Paint It Black Cva Jade Tree How fucking punk--17 songs in 19 minutes. Too bad the micro-minute song has already been done by a lot of other bands, mostly because they simply didn't know how to write. But surprisingly, Paint It Black is actuall...

    by JENNIFER AMBROSE on July 31, 2003
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    Madlib

    Madlib Shades of Blue: Madlib Invades Blue Note Blue Note DJ/producer/musical renaissance man Madlib (born Otis Jackson Jr.) has spent a brief but prolific career dreaming up musical irritants, everything from the froggy, helium-voiced rap of al...

    by ANDREW ASCH on July 31, 2003
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    Smile, Eventually!

    Photo by James Bunoan Street Trash, the Girls, the Orphans The Prospector, Long Beach Saturday, July 19 "I proclaim myself the sweetheart of Long Beach!" trilled Orphans singer Jenny Quitter, and tonight--her birthday!--she was right. Unlike dur...

    on July 31, 2003
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    Socks, Underwear or Dr. Scholls? - The best presents you could give Wild Gift

    Photo by James BunoanThere are a few things that you should know about Los Angeles' Wild Gift right from the get-go: they're not an X cover band; they're all supremely cute, only they would like it very much if you didn't say so (well, maybe just th...

    by KAT JETSON on July 31, 2003
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    Revenge of the Chuntaros - El Gran Silencio celebrates the hick

    Americans call them white trash; Mexicans prefer chntaros--rural poor who arrive in the cities where they're kicked in the ass and laughed at for their lack of sophistication. But in a world gone madly cosmopolitan, it's conceivable these rubes--th...

    on July 31, 2003
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    There is Nothing New but Dylan - Buddy Seigal talks with Dave Alvin about God

    Dave Alvin, who has toured and recorded with Dylan, likes Dylan so much that it's fair to refer to everyone's favorite greaser from Downey as a Dylan apologist. I sat with The Alvin--winner of a Dylanesque Traditional Folk Grammy in 2000 for his Pub...

    on July 31, 2003
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    A Life in Vinyl - J Church records our world

    Photo by the unknown snapperLance Hahn hasn't quite seen it all yet. But he's close. He's been deported four times. Been robbed three. He spent five days waiting to die in a San Francisco hospital room and then . . . didn't. ("I'm not afraid of deat...

    by Chris Ziegler on July 31, 2003
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    A Lovely Wad

    The Blank Tapes Country Western Honky Tonk Saloon Blues (24-Track Self-Released Cd) The Blank Tapes are essentially a one-man show operated by the ambitious Matt Adams. No kidding, either. On this 24-song, 80-minute epic (a two-record set, were ...

    by Rich Kane on July 24, 2003
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    Stupor-Sized!

    Photo by Jeanne Rice The Warped Tour Cal State Long Beach Friday, July 11 When you're at something as ugly as the Warped Tour, its impossible not to note the buttwad of atrocities, most of which have nothing to do with what's happening on a stag...

    by Rich Kane on July 24, 2003
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    Groovy, Baby!

    Photo by Jeanne RiceThe Orange County Fair is about many things: deep-fried Twinkies, puke-o-rific carny rides, hot new cleaning solvents, THE BIGGEST HORSE IN THE WORLD and, this year, Duran Duran reunion shows. But nestled quietly in a corner of t...

    on July 24, 2003
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    Stupid Tanned Hot Chicks - Always bringin me down!

    My face hurts. It's a radish of sun-scorched flesh, and I blame the ladies. Yes, the ladies! Last Saturday, after 15 whole minutes of deliberation on possible attire for my Club Privatedebut, I settled on a tight black Footloose!tank top and shimm...

    by ELLEN GRILEY on July 24, 2003
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    Remember the Maines - The Dixie Chicks vs. the galoot Gestapo

    If I were married to Natalie Maines, I'd hunt down Toby Keith and beat him cross-eyed with a Louisville Slugger. A mound of quivering red paste would lie where Keith once stood in all his reactionary galloot glory. Next, I'd invite big, stinky Micha...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on July 24, 2003
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    Cross Pollination - Kennas color-blind new wave

    Kenna is an Ethiopian guy whose new album ought to rile people who expect black artists to stay black. New Sacred Cow, his debut, sifts through such '80s influences as Talking Heads and U2, through hip-hop and electronic beats. Sound like a radio fo...

    by ANDREW ASCH on July 24, 2003
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    Becoming Women - The Girls: not afraid of girls

    A slightly perturbed hometown reviewer said the Seattle band the Girls didn't have any post-1982 influences, and Girls drummer Mario (Long-Italian-Last-Name-He-Refuses-to-Disclose) says that's perfect, even though he likes At the Drive-In: if rock &...

    by Chris Ziegler on July 24, 2003
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