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    New Music

    Various Artists Dub Selector Quango As gimmicks go, Dub Selector has a pretty good one: get electronic producers like St. Germain and Cottonbelly (Sade's sax and guitar player) to mix DJ culture's downtempo savvy and chill into the music's alread...

    by ANDREW ASCH on February 7, 2002
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    Nad Pong - Jay Farrar plays with himself

    The first time I spoke to Uncle Tupelo/Son Volt brain trust Jay Farrar, back around '95, he answered all my questions with a numbingly disinterested "yes" or "no." He was, without question, the worst interview subject I've ever endured. I didn't g...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on February 7, 2002
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    Building the Perfect All-Ages Venue - A step-by-step primer

    Photo by Jack GouldPut a face on the all-ages scene right now, and you'd have to black out a few teeth--with Koo's Art Cafe on indefinite hiatus, there's a definite gap in local music, no matter how bravely anyone tries to keep smiling. And this is ...

    by Chris Ziegler on February 7, 2002
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    Aint No Sin to Be Glad - Jungle Boogie are committed deeply to something shallow

    I don't know when the disco era officially began. I don't know when it officially ended. But I know I was able to ignore disco throughout its dark reign, remembering only vaguely the Bee Gees, Donna Summer, Studio 54 and gold chains. I just didn't g...

    by Joel Beers on February 7, 2002
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    Make a Joyful Noise - 10 bands to watch in 2002

    "Best" is such an ugly word, and when it comes to slapping it on this band or that, it's just plain dangerous--a punch line if you're lucky and a lightning rod if you aren't. When we poke holes through the dextromethorphan haze that masked much of o...

    by Chris Ziegler on February 7, 2002
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    After Murder, Graves - Ex-Murder City Devil Derek Fudesco moves on to Pretty Girls Make Graves

    Feel free to tell ex-Murder City Devils bass player Derek Fudesco how much you like his new band, Pretty Girls Make Graves. If, on the other hand, you plan to give him a bunch of shit because you blame him for breaking up Murder City Devils, then ke...

    by ALISON M. ROSEN on February 7, 2002
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    New Music

    Azure Ray November Saddle Creek When Universal absorbed the Geffen record label, many happily signed musicians in the middle of recording their new albums were told to clear out. One of those castaways was Orenda Fink. One day, she was singing m...

    by RUSSELL BROCK on January 31, 2002
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    Suburban Sinister

    THE SANTIAGO STEPS A-flutter (10-track CD) Were infamous musicologist Stanley Laughner writing this review of the Santiago Steps, he'd undoubtedly make something of the reference to the Chilean metropolis, lightly salting it with an Augusto Pinoc...

    by Rich Kane on January 31, 2002
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    Nearly Non-Nazi Night!

    Photo by Eric MayfieldAmVamp/Bottom Turn/55 North/Postnatal Abortion The Shack Sunday, Jan. 20 What better symbolic occasion, on this Martin Luther King Jr. holiday eve, to journey into the dank pit of the Shack in Anaheim--which, need we remind...

    by Rich Kane on January 31, 2002
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    Sonic Zoom - Billy Zoom takes the Angoras on a shakedown cruise of his new Orange studio.

    Photo by Jack Gould "This has been my end goal since 1969. Everything else was just leading up to this," said Billy Zoom. All those years as a musician, of re-defining the sound of rock with X and such, has only been in preparation for his current a...

    by JIM WASHBURN on January 31, 2002
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    Sex Jam - Milemarker making sex music militant

    So you can't get laid. Maybe you need a better haircut. Maybe you need to shower more frequently. Maybe you need to kill that perpetual stale-gin breath with a few blasts of Listerine or some after-dinner mints or something, for God's sake, because ...

    by Chris Ziegler on January 31, 2002
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    One Word: Plastico

    LA OCTAVA MARAVILLA (6-TRACK DEMO CD) Repeatedly yelling, "Of plastic!" may not be the best way to break it off with your lover, but the words become an anguished cry of romantic emancipation on La Octava Maravilla's (The Eighth Wonder) "Plastico...

    on January 24, 2002
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    New Music

    Psyco On Da Bus Psyco On Da Bus Platform Recordings There's no way we could begrudge Tony Allen spending the rest of his career playing nostalgic renditions of the revolutionary Afrobeat rhythms he built with the late Fela Anikulapo Kuti. Aging ...

    on January 24, 2002
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    Like a Third Leg!

    THE DILIGENTS/KEVIN DARISH/GOOD CHILD THE HUB FRIDAY, JAN. 11 Now that some persnickety Santa Ana city officials have successfully halted operations at Koo's Art Cafe--at least for the moment--the Hub in Fullerton is OC's oldest continually runn...

    by Rich Kane on January 24, 2002
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    High Colonic for the Eardrums - Fu Manchu turn it up to 11

    Photo by Alex SolcaIt's easy to dismiss Fu Manchu as rock's answer to That '70s Show. I did until two years ago, when I caught their set at an Austin, Texas, record shop. They hauled in gargantuan amps better suited to the Arrowhead Pond than the co...

    by Rich Kane on January 24, 2002
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    Judas Priest!? - The key, of course, is opera

    Classic "British New Wave" heavy metal music--a genre in which Judas Priest is gospel, the easy equal and arguable better of stalwarts like Black Sabbath and Iron Maiden--is too easily tagged as satanic, shrill screaming and suicide-inducing (recall...

    by STANLEY LAUGHNER on January 24, 2002
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    The Really Annoying Guy

    The Blue Whales/The Thingz Din Din at the Bamboo Terrace Saturday, Jan. 5 It's hard to figure out the exact moment on Saturday night when things at Costa Mesa's Din Din at the Bamboo Terrace started getting weird, but it might have been when th...

    by ALISON M. ROSEN on January 17, 2002
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    New Music

    Voz de Mano Polen DLN Distribution Voz de Mano sound like a Stratocaster smashing onto a turntable. On Polen, they squash hardcore guitar crunches together with electronic riffs, crafting a CD that could spin easily during the band changeovers a...

    on January 17, 2002
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    Two Minutes, Please!

    STARCRASHER (5-SONG CD EP) We admit to harboring a bias against grown women who sing in high, reedy, little-girl voices (think Jewel, Gwen Stefani or that awful, awful Nelly Furtado), which is made all the more annoying when they try to croon ato...

    by Rich Kane on January 17, 2002
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    When the 50s Werent Evil - In which the Eyeliners travel back to the Eisenhower era with the Ramones as their soundtrack

    Your new favorite band, the White Stripes, have gotten a lot of mileage out of claiming to be brother and sister, but everyone knows they're really ex-husband and -wife. Albuquerque, New Mexico's Eyeliners, though, are the real deal: three sisters--...

    by ALISON M. ROSEN on January 17, 2002
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