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    Epiphanies

    "Schubert's dynamics," asserts the Isabelle Huppert character in Michael Haneke's gut-wrenching new film The Piano Teacher, "range from scream to whisper, not loud to soft." Her student-victim is struggling with the slow movement of the A-major Sona...

    by ALAN RICH on April 25, 2002
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    Too Loud to Ignore - Tazumal rage against the maquina

    Nowhere in any of your high school history courses will there be a discussion of the genocide, U.S. imperialism and oppression that continue to this day in Latin America. And this doesn't surprise Atonal Mictln, bassist for Santa Ana-based, indigen...

    on April 25, 2002
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    No Alternative - Cracker shouldve been the Rolling Stones

    The new Cracker album is called Forever, which is approximately how long the band's driving force, David Lowery, has been recording his style of weary, winking, warts-and-all rock & roll. "I've been making records since 1983," Lowery acknowledges ...

    by DAVE WIELENGA on April 25, 2002
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    Kills for Blood - High on Fire gives whales boners

    Judging from his brain-blistering guitar licks and satanic sounding caterwaul, you wouldn't expect High on Fire's Matt Pike to succumb to stage fright. He's the leader of the heaviest stoner-metal band in the free world, after all. You'd be wrong, t...

    by ALISON M. ROSEN on April 25, 2002
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    Hooch!

    Photo by James BunoanBroken Bottles/Chickenhawks Gypsy Lounge Thursday, April 4 So we apparently missed the Christian grunge band playing this night--yes, the column would have written itself--because we showed up late because when you're a sear...

    by Chris Ziegler on April 18, 2002
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    Twinkie Syndrome

    The Put-Ons Self-titled CD Manic Records Power pop is an unforgiving place to set up camp: push too hard, and you're a bad Weezer bite (and let's face it--even Weezer is a bad Weezer bite right now), but puss out, and you're the song from the op...

    by Chris Ziegler on April 18, 2002
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    And Out Come the Wankers - Is Rancid getting rancid?

    Rancid may have started on the streets and in the septic tanks with songs about fistfights in cemeteries and bumming change from squares, but they took that shtick as far as it could possibly go. And now--thanks in part to monolithic label Epitaph--...

    by ADAM BREGMAN on April 18, 2002
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    Its Time to Rock

    This is the story of how Joey Josh made his momma cry. Well, more like run shrieking out of the club where Joey Josh's band, It's Time to Rock, was playing, after Joey Josh revved-up the night by re-enacting his mother's pregnancy midsong, which inv...

    by Chris Ziegler on April 18, 2002
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    Anal Anarchists - Bersuit Vergarabats music is a piece of crap

    Some especially hostile rockerosawaited Bersuit Vergarabat at the Universal Amphitheatre when the Argentine group took the stage at last year's Watcha Tour. They had already booed Los Amigos Invisibles out of the room, hurled racial epithets at Kool...

    by Gustavo Arellano on April 18, 2002
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    Hip Hope - Honeyslides got good music about bad things

    Photo by Jack GouldThese days, hope just ain't hip. Not with wars and rumors of wars, and not in an age of pop-culture irony where most bands either brandish their disaffection or cater to the silliest kind of bubble-gum escapism. Yet when Honeysl...

    by Joel Beers on April 18, 2002
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    New Music

    Joseph Malik Diverse Compost Records Nu Soul too often comes off as a weak attempt at updating the music of Aretha Franklin and Marvin Gaye with acoustic noodling and anemic beats. It really ought to be branded Nu Cabaret because most of the tim...

    by ANDREW ASCH on April 11, 2002
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    New Music

    Flogging Molly Drunken Lullabies Side One Dummy Forget Ireland's vibrant traditional music and culture. On these shores, the ould sod is usually an excuse for frat boys to dry hump, spill beer and barf on their own shoes. What would James Joyce ...

    by ADAM BREGMAN on April 11, 2002
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    Midnight Wine

    GOLDENBOY BLUE SWAN ORCHESTRA B-GIRL RECORDS (10-TRACK FULL-LENGTH CD) Before we commence this review, journey with us waaay back to the early/mid-'90s, a time when OC was shockingly not the VH1-sanctioned "American Hip Factory" it is today. Loo...

    on April 11, 2002
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    Huzzah! Huzzah!

    Photo by John Shearer Orange County Music Awards Galaxy Concert Theatre Saturday, March 30 Yeah, the guy who appeared to be in charge of seating everybody was overstressed and rude. And the scripted asides that award presenters were forced to...

    by Rich Kane on April 11, 2002
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    Rock & Roll Shrapnel - Jazz and barbecue are the guts of Coalesce

    Stand too close to crushing metalcore band Coalesce, and you're liable to be hit with some kind of rock & roll shrapnel: a piece of drummer James DeWees' drum set, a pointy guitar stock courtesy of new guitarist Corey White, maybe even a snot globul...

    by RYAN J. DOWNEY on April 11, 2002
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    Theres something about Maria - Influenced by Gil Evans, Maria Schneider says her path lies elsewhere

    Photo by Jan PerssonWhen fledgling composer/arranger Maria Schneider arrived in New York in 1985, fresh out of Windom, Minnesota, she immediately started looking for longtime Miles Davis associate Gil Evans, the arranger of such Davis classics as Sk...

    by BILL KOHLHAASE on April 11, 2002
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    Stick It to the Man - Bo Diddleys more rock & roll than Madonna

    Photo by F. Scott SchaferIt was a filthy job, but someone had to do it. Yes, dear readers, 'twas I, your humble servant, who first informed the mighty Bo Diddley--full grown lover's man, M-A-N!--that his name was omitted from Life magazine's recentl...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on April 11, 2002
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    Screamadelic and Copasetic

    Local H/Chevelle/The Burning Brides/The Reputation Chain Reaction Sunday, March 17 Much has changed at Chain Reaction since our last eons-ago visit. In place of those old, saggy couches now sit sets of high-class padded benches that look like th...

    by Rich Kane on April 4, 2002
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    New Music

    Dan the Automator Wanna Buy a Monkey? Sequence Records Dan the Automator is the most open-minded producer in the closed-minded style (these days, anyway) of hip-hop. Born Dan Nakamura and a.k.a. Nathaniel Merriweather, he practically invented the...

    on April 4, 2002
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    Budget Rock!

    The Thingz (self-titled EP) The packaging tells you all you need to know: with a Dangerhouse-style fold-and-go cover born from one lonely little piece of paper, Long Beach's Thingz are flying that beloved budget-rock flag high. Culled from their e...

    by Chris Ziegler on April 4, 2002
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