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    Hits! - Music Revolution

    Top 10 records sold from April 7 to April 13 at MUSIC REVOLUTION, 52 E. Orangethorpe Ave., Anaheim, (714) 447-9288. Music Revolution carries new CDs and vinyl--specializing in hip-hop, dance music, jungle and rock--as well as clothing and gifts. The...

    by REX REASON on May 4, 2006
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    Mediocre? You Can't Be Serious - In defense of Coachella

    Those of us who make the yearly trek to Coachella do so not because the festival is a rite of passage, or a badge of honor, or even particularly cool--that motivation went out in '01 with headliners/former KROQ kings Jane's Addiction, and if not the...

    by ELLEN GRILEY on May 4, 2006
  • Fall Art Threat - 
The last band lasts forever

    Article

    Fall Art Threat - The last band lasts forever

    Rock & roll may never die, but Fall singer Mark E. Smith will still bury us all. When Iggy Pop drops in 2008--an onstage embolism during an ill-advised "We Will Fall" that sluices torso-vein blood over the first six rows--Smith will be healthy if dr...

    by Chris Ziegler on May 4, 2006
  • Get Out! - 
April 27          - May 4: the Slaughtahouse

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    Get Out! - April 27 - May 4: the Slaughtahouse

    THURSDAY, APRIL 27 Kim Shattuck and her Muffs riders stampede the HOB, and Ray Barbee wings back from Japan with hopefully an armful of rare vintage guitars for a show at Detroit. FRIDAY Once-Wonderlove singer/strummer and current Gypsy Lounge...

    by Chris Ziegler on April 27, 2006
  • Article

    Hits! - Virgin Megastore

    Top 10 records sold from March 31 to April 6 at VIRGIN MEGASTORE, 20 City Blvd. W., Orange, (714) 769-4400. In addition to the large selection of music that Virgin is known for, this store carries a wide variety of punk, ska and alternative imports ...

    by REX REASON on April 27, 2006
  • Library Music - 
Plugging the holes in your record collection with: The Scruffs

    Article

    Library Music - Plugging the holes in your record collection with: The Scruffs

    THE SCRUFFS, WANNA MEET THE SCRUFFS? (2002, REV-OLA) The Scruffs came up in Memphis after Big Star as part of a bubbling pond of little fishes who never really got theirs, and although this is sold back to us future people as Big Star #2--and alth...

    by Chris Ziegler on April 27, 2006
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    To Soar On - Ray Barbee and his mild guitar

    Ray Barbee used to scout around after skate contests to find people who could teach him a little guitar, and by 1989, he had his first group endeavor together: a San Jose cover band hacking around songs by the Who, Led Zeppelin, the Rolling Stones a...

    by Chris Ziegler on April 27, 2006
  • Article

    'By the Way, It Says "Balls" On Your Face' - Imogen Heap

    Remember 2004's coming-of-age clich? fest Garden State? I know you'd rather not, but recall the airport scene at the end, when Zach Braff's character reconnects with Natalie Portman. Yeah, it's all real touching and shit, but the only stand-out feat...

    by Vickie Chang on April 27, 2006
  • Woozy Warmth - 
Innaway

    Article

    Woozy Warmth - Innaway

    So you're one of those who thought better of attending that much-balleyhooed music festival out in the desert this weekend. Maybe you reasoned that gas will probably cost five bucks per gallon by the time the weekend gets here. Maybe you've also hea...

    by MICHAEL COYLE on April 27, 2006
  • Warming Your Insides - 
KUCI Duke Ellington Marathon

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    Warming Your Insides - KUCI Duke Ellington Marathon

    Think 24, but think Duke not Keifer. Yes, as part of public radio KUCI-FM 88.9's annual fund drive, longtime DJ Roland Holmes will be on the airwaves for 24 hours spinning the glorious, vintage music of jazz great Duke Ellington. Beginning Saturday ...

    by JOHN ROOS on April 27, 2006
  • Art On the Street -  Sali Heraldez of SolArt Gallery Cafe

    Article

    Art On the Street - Sali Heraldez of SolArt Gallery Cafe

    For more than two years, Sali Heraldez has run SolArt Gallery Caf? because she saw a need in her community--bureaucratic hurdles be damned. How are things going for SolArt currently as far as getting a business license or other problems with the c...

    by REX REASON on April 27, 2006
  • CD Review - THE RED KRAYOLA, INTRODUCTION (DRAG CITY)

    Article

    CD Review - THE RED KRAYOLA, INTRODUCTION (DRAG CITY)

    Unlike Roky E., the Red Krayola survived Texas in the late 1960s pretty much intact. But what a strange time it was, given the influence of the International Artists record label. The name itself suggested money and fame--which was also the original...

    by JED MAHEU on April 27, 2006
  • Two Days in the Valley -  Coachellas always gritty and stinky and yet were still going. Again

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    Two Days in the Valley - Coachellas always gritty and stinky and yet were still going. Again

    We were all set to skip Coachella this year--electing instead to host a mini-Coachella in our apartment, including the requisite weak margaritas and a little Matt Costa and Sleater-Kinney on the iPod--but then word hit the music blogs that Madonna h...

    by ELLEN GRILEY on April 27, 2006
  • Modest and Mellow - 
Automatic Midnight Productions

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    Modest and Mellow - Automatic Midnight Productions

    While they're relatively new to the paid DJ game, Automatic Midnight Productions' DJ Velvet Touch (Eric G.) and DJ Daybreak (Cris Pestolis) already know that making the clubgoer or bride and groom happy goes a long way. Eric explains their short--an...

    by REX REASON on April 20, 2006
  • Faceless Shreds, Secret Sorrow - 
Buckethead returns from the mountaintop

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    Faceless Shreds, Secret Sorrow - Buckethead returns from the mountaintop

    What secret shame binds the heart of Buckethead? What private disgrace compelled guitar virtuoso Brian Carroll to forsake his Christian name and perform under a Halloweenish kabuki mask and unused KFC bucket for these past 15 years? There is scant e...

    by SAM MCPHEETERS on April 20, 2006
  • Bonkers for Yablonka - 
The singers soldiering on at the Marine Room

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    Bonkers for Yablonka - The singers soldiering on at the Marine Room

    Someday I really must write at length about the great music coming out of Laguna Beach, which I'm dubbing the Laguna Renaissance, if only because it sounds better than "Stuff Mike Boehm Wrote About 15 Years Ago." The LA Timescritic has been gushing ...

    by JIM WASHBURN on April 20, 2006
  • Get Out! - 
April 20 -          April 27: Now Leave Me Alone

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    Get Out! - April 20 - April 27: Now Leave Me Alone

    THURSDAY, APRIL 20 Ziggens back with a weekend of shows to douse a long absence with a couple of rockabilly songs, a couple of polka songs, some Pink Floyd zone-out moments, probably some loud shirts or weird hats, maybe a Mellotron, possibly a har...

    by Chris Ziegler on April 20, 2006
  • Live Review - 
Straighter Than Any Emo Haircut:
Angels and Airwaves

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    Live Review - Straighter Than Any Emo Haircut: Angels and Airwaves

    Angels and Airwaves Chain Reaction, Anaheim Thurs., April 13 Blink-182 guitarist Tom Delonge likes to describe his new band, Angels and Airwaves, as "the antithesis of being safe" and "a grand experiment" through which he has come "into his ...

    by JAMI MAKAN on April 20, 2006
  • Death Before Dishonor - 
Quasi is good/Heavy is good

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    Death Before Dishonor - Quasi is good/Heavy is good

    Sam Coomes spent most of his adolescence between home in Mission Viejo and sets by Black Flag and the Meat Puppets in Hollywood, and then left at about 18 for San Francisco and couldn't stop creeping north. Now he lives in Portland, where he spent h...

    by Chris Ziegler on April 20, 2006
  • Hoodied Albino - Brother Ali

    Article

    Hoodied Albino - Brother Ali

    Hey, who's that hefty, hoodied albino shuffling onto the stage an hour before Atmosphere? That would be Brother Ali, the Muslim, Minneapolis-based Rhymesayers star who mines his attention-grabbing anomalies for a fresh, soulful slant on underground ...

    by DOUG WALLEN on April 20, 2006
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