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    BEULAH

    Photo by Peter Ellenby BEULAH YOKO VELOCETTE It used to be that you could turn to Beulah for a quick sonic pick-me-up. With barrages of bouncy horns, near-subliminal accordions and clap-along percussion, their previous releases--1999's When Yo...

    by ELLEN GRILEY on September 18, 2003
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    BEEHIVE AND THE BARRACUDAS

    BEEHIVE AND THE BARRACUDAS IN DARK LOVE SWAMI The first thing Beehive and the Barracudas must have done was whip up an alternate world; the second was start the band to go with it. Like the New York no-wavers of yore, whose early recordings were...

    by Chris Ziegler on September 18, 2003
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    Only in Aztlan

    Only in Aztln LOS LOBOS/CAF TACUBA/KINKY The Hollywood Bowl Sunday, Sept. 7 The Southern California music galaxy knows that KCRW-FM 89.9 Morning Becomes Eclectic host Nic Harcourt spins the most invigorating tracks outside of a five-watt coll...

    by Gustavo Arellano on September 18, 2003
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    Clubbed!

    As my weekly Sabbath day excursion to Fingerprints drew to a close last weekend--it was a used copy of the Flaming Lips' Yoshimi and Destroyer's Streethawk this time around, nosey--I came to the stark realization that I had absolutely nothing to wri...

    by ELLEN GRILEY on September 18, 2003
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    Lowballasschatter

    THE SUGAR RAY WATCH The downward spiral continues: the band's next local date will be at A Taste of Newport on Sept. 20, appearing between a Neil Diamond tribute act the day before and whatever's left of the Beach Boys the day after. And they're b...

    on September 18, 2003
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    Learning to Survive - The Constantines right-before-the-morning-after music

    Guelph, Ontario, can't be a particularly promising place to put a band together. A long way from everything but three frozen Great Lakes, Toronto and the smoldering ruins of a city the natives once called Detroit, Guelph is most famous as the birthp...

    by Chris Ziegler on September 18, 2003
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    Surviving the Dead - Its not just a band, its an adventure

    Jerry Garcia died in August 1995, a month before the first issue of the Weekly, conveniently keeping a staff of Deadheads from scribbling about the band whenever they came around. But lo! After some less-than-stellar reunion attempts as the Other On...

    on September 18, 2003
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    Locals Only - Psychedelicpsupper!

    Photo by James Bunoan Nobody Pacific Drift--WESTERN WATER MUSIC VOL. 1 Ubiquity Records (16-TRACK FULL-LENGTH) Nobody's headfirst dive into psychedelic rock should have shocked his many longtime fans, especially those who remember when the hipp...

    by ANDREW ASCH on September 18, 2003
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    Music - The wit and wisdom of Gatemouth Brown

    Anything you can do, Gate can do better. So you're a hot-shit guitarist? Clarence Gatemouth Brown smokes you like a slab of salmon, then doubles on fiddle, mandolin and harp for an encore. Think you're a stylin' songster? Gate's got more panache in ...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on September 18, 2003
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    Jumbo

    JUMBO TELEPARQUE BMG Monterrey, Mexico, rockerosJumbo remember the magic inherent in flipping a vinyl or a tape to reveal a more adventurous flip side. Their latest recording, Teleparque, should motivate others to engage in this almost-gone-than...

    on September 11, 2003
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    Funkusinteruptus!

    NATURAL AFRODISIAC THE ONE IS THE THREE 10-TRACK CD Great things come from Stanton, including funk/Latin/jazz/soul/R&B collective Natural Afrodisiac. After a couple of EPs, we wondered what they'd do with the freedom of a full-length. And now w...

    by Rich Kane on September 11, 2003
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    Fence Offense!

    THE LONG BEACH BLUES FESTIVAL CAL STATE LONG BEACH SUNDAY, AUG. 31 Somehow, we doubt that the several thousand people who bought tickets to the second day of this 24-years-strong annual fete ever expected to labor through two live renditions of ...

    by Rich Kane on September 11, 2003
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    Clubbed!

    Photo by Sam JonesDespite fantasizing for years about one day becoming a leather-pants-wearing, Wild Turkey-chugging rock goddess of glammed, Courtney Love-meets-Chrissy Hynde proportions, I must face the fact that I am not--and will never be--a roc...

    by ELLEN GRILEY on September 11, 2003
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    Voices for the Voiceless - Hip-hops Freedom Smugglers know injustice

    Photo by John PikcelleSmoke weed, or rhyme? That was the choice Mic Hempstead and his hip-hop crew Freedom Smugglers faced as they watched video of warplanes bombing Baghdad on the first night of Gulf War II. Their decisions were usually easier, b...

    by ANDREW ASCH on September 11, 2003
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    All I Can Provide Is the Bridge - Diego Rives spreads Argentine DIY from Garden Grove

    Photo by Jeanne RiceDiego Rives' punk odyssey began, like so many others, with Fugazi. "Their music . . . their music!" enthuses the 25-year-old construction worker about the DC straight-edge band. "I had always known about their potent sound. But...

    on September 11, 2003
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    Out of Nothing at All - The symbiotic entity-force of Air Supply

    This Australian duo have a long and storied history in popular music, most simply because Air Supply tap into one of the most fundamental archetypes in human consciousness: consider the Captain as Marduk and Tenille as Tiamat, or the fertile Ginnung...

    by STANLEY LAUGHNER on September 11, 2003
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    Juana Molina

    JUANA MOLINA SEGUNDO DOMINO RECORDING Argentine ingnue Juana Molina has a voice like a blustery Patagonian gale on Segundo, one of the most complicated-but-gorgeous electronica experiments ever recorded outside Iceland. Molina's creation is de...

    on September 4, 2003
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    Clubbed!

    Photo by Jessica CalkinsSometimes, all it takes to transcend the ever-elusive plane of hipster Zen are a couple Chinese newspapers and a dash of wallpaper paste. Last Saturday, in what was quite possibly the most successful lot-from-a-little image r...

    by ELLEN GRILEY on September 4, 2003
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    Depressed, Again

    THE INCREDIBLE MOSES LEROY/THE SYRUPS THE DETROIT BAR MONDAY, AUGUST 25 There are many ways, we discovered, to kill time at the Detroit Bar whilst waiting for the first band to play, but playing billiards is a far, far better tempuscidal than mi...

    by Rich Kane on September 4, 2003
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    Confabulous!

    Jeanne RiceIt may not be South By Southwest--and they may never want to see it grow into the annual Austin, Texas, music industry extravaganza--but organizers of the Music Mentor Conference, slated for Sept. 19-21 at the Anaheim Hilton, hope their i...

    on September 4, 2003
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