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    On the Borderline - A tequila toast to Calexico

    For the first time ever, Calexico is preparing to play in Calexico. But band co-founder Joey Burns still has a long way to go, driving through Saskatchewan on a day off between a set of jazz festivals in Canada. Before they arrive at their namesake ...

    by KARA ZUARO on July 8, 2004
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    Live Concert Reviews

    Photo by James BunoanHootenanny Oak Canyon Ranch, Irvine Saturday, July 3 If Hootenanny was all-jail-bait-all-day--we hadn't seen psychobilly in such a long time, but now she's all growed up! And look, she's got her boobies!--then that must ma...

    on July 8, 2004
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    On the Borderline - A tequila toast to Calexico

    For the first time ever, Calexico is preparing to play in Calexico. But band co-founder Joey Burns still has a long way to go, driving through Saskatchewan on a day off between a set of jazz festivals in Canada. Before they arrive at their namesake ...

    by KARA ZUARO on July 8, 2004
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    When Calexico Plays Calexico

    Calexico the band is a savvy swap-meet shopper's collection of treasured finds, a fascinating mix and match of forgotten Americana, Tex-Mex, tumbleweeds, alt.-folk, desert expanses, bluesy mariachi, a sharpshooter's steely stare and Latin jazz, all ...

    by MAXWELL YIM on July 8, 2004
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    What Happens in Vegas . . . - Falling in love with the club you love to hate

    Photo by Matt OttoReminding us a little of the dashing-but-dim high school quarterback who risks everything--reputation, eternal salvation, unrestricted access to the pep squad's panties--to befriend his nerdy pipsqueak of a geometry tutor, Vegas op...

    by ELLEN GRILEY on July 8, 2004
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    Bless The Drunks With Boners - Preservation Hall Jazz Band will pop your pup tent

    When I was a li'l kid in the early '60s, what is now formally designated "traditional" or "New Orleans jazz" was more commonly classified as "Dixieland." This was also a time when black people were widely called "colored," women were referred to as ...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on July 8, 2004
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    The Sound of One Hand Rocking - The best of Rush in 21:12

    The number three is full of cosmic power: like Heaven, Earth and Hell; or the Father, the Son, and the Holy Ghost; or the number of members in the Canadian rock band Rush. Because the music of Rush is just as metaphysically bombastic as anything els...

    by EYAD KARKOUTLY on July 8, 2004
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    After After After - On getting out alive of the MC5

    Photo by Mark Dancey "Out in the streets," wrote reporter Michael Herr, "I couldn't tell the Vietnam veterans from the rock & roll veterans." Huh, so which MC5 show was that? The famous '68 DNC? The Golden Gate Park show at which 10,000 hippies, dru...

    by Chris Ziegler on July 8, 2004
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    Vodka Tonic - Swear never again with the Soviettes

    With voices as angelic as this, the Soviettes sound like a bunch of pure-hearted teetotalers. But with the poppy-punk backing track that's nothing like the average pop-punker band--and a name that's gotta lead back to some heavy boozin'--it's pretty...

    by REX REASON on July 8, 2004
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    The Briefs

    The Briefs Sex Objects BYO Hooks cause more damage when barbed and pulled at high speed--that's how the Briefs write every song, and while they're still fun as hell, the world's changed a bit. In the early part of this century, the Briefs pogoe...

    by REX REASON on July 1, 2004
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    Here Comes A Regular - Jumping off at Cliffs

    Photo by Matt Otto "I'm here all the time. My picture's even on the wall," Irene says, but then she looks away for a split second, unsure whether that's something a pretty, young twentysomething should brag about. But her smile comes right back, and...

    by ELLEN GRILEY on July 1, 2004
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    Live Concert Reviews

    BIG BUSINESS > KOO'S, LONG BEACH WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24 Someone out there is gonna stack Big Business' apeshit bass defenestration--Jared (ex-Karp!) yanks on those strings like he's gutting a fish, and he seems like a purposeful, no-fucking-around sorta...

    on July 1, 2004
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    Big Balls

    "What are the odds?" says Big Business bassist Jared: hand-picked closing act was Long Beach's Big Muscles, apologetic and awed at sharing the bill. Seemed like a natural time to get down to science, so we found out who's got the bigger muscles and ...

    on July 1, 2004
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    The Lost Weekend - Booze-cruise to the other show!

    Once it gets dark over 100 Artists See Satan, your options will suddenly explode: not too many blocks down the street, there's another show, with a 100 percent OC Weekly-approved lineup of the Sensitive Side, the Distraction (both featured in Feedba...

    by Chris Ziegler on July 1, 2004
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    Future Now!

    Wayne "The Train" Hancock.The man who single-handedly inspired Hank Williams III to give up punk rock, cut his hair and start singing through his nose for five minutes or so. He's so loud that when Big Sandy stepped in to spell him at the Doll Hut a...

    by THEO DOUGLAS on July 1, 2004
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    Hello, Cleveland! 2065

    THE CRAMPS > OAK CANYON RANCH, IRVINE SATURDAY, JULY 3, 2065 A.D. The Cramps will never die--but neither will anyone else, since they cured death back in 2032 and started sandwiching the suicide parlors between the space-liquor stores and the robo-w...

    by JAMES BUNOAN on July 1, 2004
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    Negative Creeps

    Metal isn't just alive in idyllic suburban Orange County--it thrives, thanks to the perfect incubator for ungodly racket like Atreyu and Bleeding Through, the county's strongest entries in the metalcore game and quite possibly the sickest thing in a...

    by ANDREW LENTZ on July 1, 2004
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    The Birth, the Death, the Ghost - At this years Hootenanny, rockabilly will eat itself

    This year's Hootenanny is rockabilly under glass--my grandma's dried-out baked chicken, if you will, making with the death rattle on a real purty standup bass. What sticks in my craw--as it should in yours--is the Children of the Hootenanny, the ban...

    by THEO DOUGLAS on July 1, 2004
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    Ive Definitely Bled Out My Mouth! - The Mae Shi: Fist or five?

    The Mae Shi seemed like they would suck. They wanted to meet at a K-Mart so they could get their pictures taken in the portrait studio. They mailed their CD in a package stuffed with foil confetti--the shit got everywhere. The title of their EP To H...

    by REX REASON on July 1, 2004
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    My Sweet Satan - 100 artists, 16 bands, 1 Dark Lord

    Satan does more before noon than even the U.S. Army does all day; maybe that's why this Saturday's all-day music festival--marking the opening of a Cal State Fullerton Grand Central art exhibit exploring 100 different sides of the Dark Lord himself-...

    by Chris Ziegler on July 1, 2004
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