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    Joey Defrancesco featuring Joe Doggs

    Photo by Carlos TalaricoJOEY DEFRANCESCO FEATURING JOE DOGGS FALLING IN LOVE AGAIN CONCORD JAZZ Hammond B-3 godhead Joey DeFrancesco made four albums for Concord before this one, each marked with a distinctive R&B edge befitting the churchly her...

    by Rich Kane on September 4, 2003
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    The Dead Shall Rise - And Al Green has risen at the Long Beach Blues Fest

    Photo by Carol FriedmanYear after year, we've come to count on the Long Beach Blues Festival to deliver the most exciting rosters of blues talent available, a tradition around which we all feel immense local pride and joy. But this year, the 24th An...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on September 4, 2003
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    Audio Autocrat - How Michael Miller micromanages rock

    Michael Miller is the nicest dictator you'll ever hear. He admits to cracking the whip perhaps too easily upon the backs of his mates in Michael Miller Crusade, the quartet that accompanies the Seal Beach resident's brooding acoustic ruminations. "T...

    on September 4, 2003
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    CIBELLE CIBELLE ZIRIGUIBOOM/CRAMMED DISCS/SIX DEGREE RECORDS Cibelle Cavalli is perfect in every annoying way. Beautiful and funny, she once worked as a model and a comedian. Now she delivers a great debut album of Brazilian electronic music. Wh...

    by ANDREW ASCH on August 28, 2003
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    The Testors

    THE TESTORS COMPLETE RECORDINGS, 1976-79 SWAMI The Testors were scuzzy club bottom-feeders, incorrigible sewer-dwelling outsiders, and--possibly--New York's perfect punk band: too busy to waste time clambering into the history books, too dedic...

    by Chris Ziegler on August 28, 2003
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    Triumph of Mediocrity

    Photo by Jeanne RiceLOLLAPALOOZA VERIZON WIRELESS AMPHITHEATER SATURDAY, AUGUST 16 The best band at Saturday's Lollapalooza was all hot Indian/Middle Eastern percussion rhythms and hypnotic, transcendent singing. A fluid fiddle player bowed the ...

    by Rich Kane on August 28, 2003
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    I'm not sure exactly what it is that everyone's been doing these past few Mondays, but I can tell you that virtually no one has been at the Detroit Bar. Which means that y'all have missed out on what is easily the most good-natured and entertaining ...

    by ELLEN GRILEY on August 28, 2003
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    Huge in Europe - But DJ Josh One wants respect at home

    Last year, while DJing anonymously in the clubs of OC, Josh One was suddenly famous. But not here. His moody hip-hop track "Contemplation" was steadily climbing dance charts all over Europe. The phone line to his Long Beach digs was busy with calls ...

    by ANDREW ASCH on August 28, 2003
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    Punched in the Face! - The Red Onions are band-shirt guys

    Photo by Matt OttoThe first thing you'll notice with the Red Onions is that singer Paul Gonzalez always looks fit-to-burst, falling-down angry. He's a throbbing, overdriven thyroid, a stubby shotgun-shell of a guy, six-feet-and-change of rage squish...

    by Chris Ziegler on August 28, 2003
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    Randy Newman Hates You - But its nothing personal

    If I had Randy Newman's dough, juice and talent, I would spend my days in my secluded mansion, counting money, polishing my Oscar and trying to figure out how to suck my own dick. But Newman is different and is in town this week; we should all count...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on August 28, 2003
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    Plastilina Mosh

    PLASTILINA MOSH Hola Chicuelos EMI International Alejandro Rosso and Jonz, the two maniacs who make up Monterrey, Mexico duo Plastilina Mosh, are the DJ world's equivalent of the Mitchell Brothers, crafting sleazy disco-reject swoops and funkif...

    on August 21, 2003
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    Chick Singer-Free!

    Photo by Rick BrainVARIOUS ARTISTS TOWER 13 (VINYL LP) If regular ol' punk rock settles differences in back alleys and bar fights, beach punk simply draws a line in the sand--and with this ambitious vinyl-only compilation, local ber-label Hosta...

    by Chris Ziegler on August 21, 2003
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    Alices Got a Brand New Bag

    Photo by James BunoanThe Distraction, Stay At Home Bomb Chain Reaction Friday, Aug. 8 You either know who Alice Bag is--something to do with Mr. Clean?--or you don't. If you do, you were at Chain Reaction to see her new band, and if you don't, w...

    by Chris Ziegler on August 21, 2003
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    Simply Saucer

    SIMPLY SAUCER CYBORGS REVISITED SONIC UNYON It was lonely for the Electric Eels in Cleveland, Ohio, and lonely for Debris in Chickasaw, Oklahoma, so it must have been absolutely frigid for Hamilton, Ontario's Simply Saucer, who were probably the...

    by Chris Ziegler on August 21, 2003
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    Sock It to Your Hole! - Pansy Division bring the fun back

    Photo by Richard TurtletaubWhen the Supreme Court decriminalized anal sex for a grateful nation of horny queers and breeders a few weeks back, we naturally assumed the men of San Francisco's Pansy Division would've been all for it. But the decision ...

    by Rich Kane on August 21, 2003
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    Smoky, Boozy, a Little Insane - Sunset Room humanize electronic music

    I have, finally, come to appreciate the technical proficiency of electronic-based acts such as Radiohead and Moby, which isn't the same as saying I fully enjoy listening to them. I'm sure they dig tweaking synths, samplers, processors and other tech...

    by JOHN ROOS on August 21, 2003
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    Scene Spokesman - Young gun Big Sandy is now a Wise old vet

    Photo by Daid HarrisonBig Sandy was on the line, thanking me for his inclusion in the Weekly's recent "129 Greatest OC Bands Ever" list, where he'd placed at No. 19. "What a nice, humble fella," I thought to myself. "If I were Big Sandy and failed t...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on August 21, 2003
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    THE INTERNATIONAL POP OVERTHROW GALAXY THEATRE SUNDAY, JULY 27 Why do we return to the annual International Pop Overthrow fest? Is it the prospect of seeing one or two of our favorite bands? The increased odds of stumbling on great new bands, as...

    by Rich Kane on August 14, 2003
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    As One

    AS ONE So Far (so good) . . . twelve years of electronic soul Ubiquity Before he started making music under the name As One, Englishman Kirk Degiorgio took a trip to the Motor City in the 1980s to find out what ticks at the mechanical heart of D...

    by ANDREW ASCH on August 14, 2003
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    CARAMELIZE Thank you, Uncle Tom Head Fulla Brains Schizophrenia in the service of mind-expanding music is always a welcome pop psychosis. Consider Brooklyn-based Caramelize. On this, their debut, the quartet displays an obsession with flour...

    on August 14, 2003
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