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    Hits! - Bionic Records

    Top 10 records sold from March 17 to March 23 at BIONIC RECORDS, 9549 Valley View St., Cypress, (714) 828-4225. Bionic specializes in independent underground music with an emphasis on rock, punk, metal and hip-hop. 1 From First to Last, Heroine (E...

    by REX REASON on April 13, 2006
  • Grraaaarrrr Dundundundun - 
The kittens in Kittie bring heavy, bottomless nu-metal

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    Grraaaarrrr Dundundundun - The kittens in Kittie bring heavy, bottomless nu-metal

    Metal may not be produced in Orange County with the same vim and vigor as, well, anything else, but be not mistaken: metalheads lurk everywhere. It's a teenage disease--much like hickeys and tantrums--and it speaks to the raging pile of teen-emotion...

    by KATE CARRAWAY on April 13, 2006
  • Library Music - 
Plugging the holes in your record collection with The Monks

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

    THE MONKS, BLACK MONK TIME (1997, INFINITE ZERO; OTHER MORE RECENT BOOTLEG PRESSINGS EXIST) At the end of 1965, Jimi Hendrix was just the guitar player for Curtis Knight and the Squires, the Velvet Underground had just given their still-damp first...

    by Chris Ziegler on April 13, 2006
  • Live Review - Back to School Night: The World Record, Ann Lynn, Slings, Sendaero

    Article

    Live Review - Back to School Night: The World Record, Ann Lynn, Slings, Sendaero

    SONGWRITER'S SUPPER CLUB AT DIPIAZZA'S, LONG BEACH WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5 For some bands, it's black eyeliner and matching military getups. For others, it's technicolor balloon drops and dancing bunny rabbits. But why settle for all that?--makeup, co...

    by ELLEN GRILEY on April 13, 2006
  • Hope for Hip-Hop - Ice Cube

    Article

    Hope for Hip-Hop - Ice Cube

    Ice Cube's story in a nutshell: one day you're "Kicking that shit/Called street knowledge" and the world is scared--or at least seriously thinking about what you have to say--while blood-lusting cops are taping your album cover to targets at the sho...

    by MICHAEL COYLE on April 13, 2006
  • Look! An Actress Who Can Actually Sing - Megan Mullaly

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    Look! An Actress Who Can Actually Sing - Megan Mullaly

    Okay, you probably love her on Will & Grace, even dug her little M&M commercial, but you've probably never really heard Megan Mullally sing. Debuting in such crummy shows as Grease (the hawker with Rosie O'Donnell) or the better How to Succeed in ...

    by Stacy Davies on April 13, 2006
  • Unexpected Bloody Horseheads - 
Tex and the Horseheads

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    Unexpected Bloody Horseheads - Tex and the Horseheads

    A more unexpected jolt from the rock & roll underground is damn near unimaginable, yet here they are: Texacala Jones and Annette Zilinskas, two of the very best chick singers from Hollywood's feverish swarm of early '80s provocateurs. Jones, with he...

    by JONNY WHITESIDE on April 13, 2006
  • Am I Rambling? - Elvis Wesley

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    Am I Rambling? - Elvis Wesley

    With a gushing gearhead's passion for the upright bass, Elvis Wesley not only plays the four-stringed standup thudstaff in Elvis Wesley and the Pistol Whippers, but with his startup Million Dollar Bass Company, he's building them too. Playing the ...

    by REX REASON on April 6, 2006
  • Album Review - Band of Horses, Everything All the Time (Sub Pop)

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    Album Review - Band of Horses, Everything All the Time (Sub Pop)

    Here comes another in a long line of animal-themed band names: Why not just "Band of Dudes"? And did I mention this new record by Band of (noun)s is fucking fantastic? I'd go as far to say that it's the best non-metal record in this, the first quadm...

    by JED MAHEU on April 6, 2006
  • Get Out! - Wanking It Live

April 6 -          April 13

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    Get Out! - Wanking It Live April 6 - April 13

    THURSDAY, APRIL 6 Digable Planets' Ladybug (now Ladybug Mecca) comes out to pollinate the flowers in springtime and flutter off last year's solo record Trip the Light Fantastic, which dipped a sleepy hand through her Brazilian homeland tropicalia-...

    by Chris Ziegler on April 6, 2006
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    Hits! - V.I.P. Records

    Top 10 records sold from March 10 to March 16 at V.I.P. RECORDS, 1014 Pacific Coast Hwy., Long Beach, (562) 591-2349. V.I.P. Records specializes in R&B, rap, gospel, blues, jazz and reggae. The store carries CDs, LPs, cassettes and DVDs. 1 Juvenil...

    by REX REASON on April 6, 2006
  • Library Music - 

Plugging the holes in your record collection: Sibylle Baier's The Colour Green

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    Library Music - Plugging the holes in your record collection: Sibylle Baier's The Colour Green

    SIBYLLE BAIER,THE COLOUR GREEN (2006, ORANGE TWIN) Sometimes these things happen: pyramids push out of jungles and manuscripts slip out of archives and reel-to-reel records drop out of closets, and everything known in the world until that point ha...

    by Chris Ziegler on April 6, 2006
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    Live Review - Dreamy and Dreary

    HELL AT NIGHT, ANN LYNN, THE MINOR CANON DETROIT BAR, COSTA MESA THURSDAY, MARCH 30 It's pouring rain in Santa Ana as I write this, which means it's most likely snowing in Big Bear--and this, in turn, means great news for you and me. In fact, if...

    by ELLEN GRILEY on April 6, 2006
  • Locals Only - The Soft Hands

    Article

    Locals Only - The Soft Hands

    THE SOFT HANDS We used to build bands out of seconds: like with X's "Suck Suck" or Wipers' "Tragedy," it didn't even take the time to inhale/exhale to register that this was some momentous material. And Long Beach band the Soft Hands build their s...

    by Chris Ziegler on April 6, 2006
  • Article

    Here Comes the Sun King - Luis Miguel: Mexicos perpetual adolescent

    If Americans know Luis Miguel at all, it's as the former arm candy of Mariah Carey, one of many men who sent her speeding down the tracks on the crazy train. Or maybe they know the Mexican crooner for his broken-English duet with Frank Sinatra on "C...

    on April 6, 2006
  • Twenty On the Weekends - 
Or two beats a day with Oxs Oh No

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    Twenty On the Weekends - Or two beats a day with Oxs Oh No

    Oxnard can't be that much different from Orange County: big punk scene in the '80s, big box stores and tract homes, big highway pumping cars in and cars out every hour of the day, even a lot of goofy civic pride slogans ("More Than Just a Pretty Nam...

    by Chris Ziegler on April 6, 2006
  • Dream On - 
Rocco DeLucas new record, new band, new bunny and old soul

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    Dream On - Rocco DeLucas new record, new band, new bunny and old soul

    It's a Thursday night in Hollywood, and Rocco DeLuca and the Burden are bitch-slapping a stage in a room that used to host Masonic rituals. Rocco slams his right hand against the body of his Dobro steel guitar like he's banging on a drum as a riotou...

    by Joel Beers on April 6, 2006
  • Magical Chevaliers - Brutal Knights

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    Magical Chevaliers - Brutal Knights

    I found out about Brutal Knights in the most idiotic girl way ever, in that I had a crush on a very hot French guy (like actual French, foie gras and foreskin and all), and he was really pumped about going to their show so obviously I went, too. We ...

    by KATE CARRAWAY on April 6, 2006
  • Yeah Yeah Yeah - Rooney

    Article

    Yeah Yeah Yeah - Rooney

    Yeah, they sorta kinda had a virtual hourlong infomercial when they were featured on an episode of FOX's much-too-long-running melodrama The O.C., when an entire plot was centered on Seth--everyone else is insignificant--and the gang attending a Roo...

    by Vickie Chang on April 6, 2006
  • Emotional Resonance - Sonny Rollins

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    Emotional Resonance - Sonny Rollins

    Nothing is more crucial to musical excellence than how the composition makes us feel--its emotional resonance. Perhaps no greater example of this exists than Sonny Rollins' Without a Song: The 9/11 Concert. The legendary tenor saxophonist, now 76, w...

    by JOHN ROOS on April 6, 2006
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