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    The Osmonds of Punk - Youth Brigade will be young till they die

    Photo by Jack GouldNo matter how many birthdays Shawn Stern racks up, he's still going to be young. He still plays guitar and sings in his punk rock band, still loves the show Jackass (but advocates responsibility and caution when setting yourself o...

    by Chris Ziegler on March 1, 2001
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    Stop Your Gobbin - Punk rock doc makes the music go bang

    Punk kids today got it easy. Never had to deal with getting beat up because of their funny-colored hair. Never had to put up with just-for-the-hell-of-it harassment from the cops--hey, a lot of cops today were once punkers. So maybe that's part of t...

    by Rich Kane on March 1, 2001
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    A Perfect . . . Huh?

    A Perfect Circle Bren Events Center Tuesday, Feb. 6 My friend Mike is an audio/engineering/electronics geek who sometimes prattles on for hours about all sorts of things I don't really understand, like patchbays, capacitors, resistors, transform...

    on February 22, 2001
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    New Music

    STEPHEN MALKMUS STEPHEN MALKMUS MATADOR RECORDS If you ask Pavement fans how they felt when the band broke up two years ago, be prepared for an onslaught of groans and sniffles. Hey, kids, cheer up: Pavement may be gone, but indie-rock dreamboat...

    on February 22, 2001
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    Batmans Ass-Whupper - The voices in Wesley Willis head

    Wesley Willis is a little . . . out there. But so was Brian Wilson, and if Willis songs like "I Whupped Batman's Ass," "Cut the Mullet" or "Fuck With Me and Find Out" aren't quite "Good Vibrations," well, he probably doesn't care. Rock & roll makes ...

    by Chris Ziegler on February 22, 2001
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    Grrrrrrrr . . . . . . . . - What happened to the blues? Jonny Lang

    It's one of those days. I'm as cranky as Linda Tripp in an unemployment line, and I'm gonna rant. I woke up with a hangover (thanks, Jib) and the first stirrings of a nasty head cold; drove from OC to San Diego and got stuck in traffic for an hour; ...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on February 22, 2001
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    Extendo-Progressive Instrumental Things

    The Crotch-Patter! Unwound The Troubadour Friday, Feb. 2 If the powers that be found out that instead of reviewing a local band at a local club, I reviewed an Olympia, Washington, band at a Los Angeles club, they'd be pretty pissed, so that w...

    on February 15, 2001
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    Extendo-Progressive Instrumental Things

    The Crotch-Patter! Unwound The Troubadour Friday, Feb. 2 If the powers that be found out that instead of reviewing a local band at a local club, I reviewed an Olympia, Washington, band at a Los Angeles club, they'd be pretty pissed, so that wi...

    on February 15, 2001
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    Robert John Keysers

    Photo by Jeanne RiceKeysers is the fiddler and/or singer for the American Wake, Silet Planet and Epic Detour. >My fiddle. My No. 1 prized possession. It's a German violin, about 120 years old. I found it at a yard sale in Northridge when I was 13. I...

    on February 15, 2001
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    The Surfboard, the Dominatrix and the FBI - The Skulls give good head

    Photo by Jack GouldSo they're drunk. Pantsless. A little bloody. A little electrocuted. Got their guitar snapped in half. Popcorn all over the stage. Their bar tab's through the roof. Girls are trying to tear their clothes off. And then the FBI agen...

    by Chris Ziegler on February 15, 2001
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    A Jill Scott Hearin - Hip-hop thats urban and urbane, full of love, and ready for butt-kicking

    Jill Scott's spirituality is an earthly delight. Her songs fly with exuberance that the air is so filled with love, but they inevitably come down to the fact that love needs to be active to be anything more than good intentions. Scott reminds us tha...

    by DAVE WIELENGA on February 15, 2001
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    One Very Funky Week - Zapp, the Wailers gid grooves deeper than the evil in Trent Lotts soul

    I was stoked when I saw that Zapp (sometimes known as Roger & Zapp) would be playing the Galaxy Concert Theater this week, both because the group's crazed, sci-fi funk is like a multilayered, electronic orgy and because namesake Roger Troutman is am...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on February 15, 2001
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    Social Tones of Liberty!

    Time Warp Social Distortion House of Blues Tuesday, Jan. 23 Rapidly faltering economy? Check! Dimwitted Republican in the White House who couldn't count to 21 unless he was naked? Check! Reality-based programming cluttering up the TV (Survivor...

    on February 8, 2001
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    Steve Soto

    Photo by Keith MaySoto is a member of 22 Jacks, Manic Hispanic and a whole mess of other bands; newest member of Punk Rock Karaoke, which will be doing some local shows this month and the Warped Tour next summer. >Rocket From the Crypt, Group Sounds...

    on February 8, 2001
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    Rough! - The Lassie Foundation try to say something

    Usually reserved, the members of the Lassie Foundation are raucous tonight. All five are squeezed into the burgundy-Naugahyde corner of an anonymous Santa Ana bar they call band headquarters. It's a seedy gem of an establishment. There's the requisi...

    by MICHAEL ALARCON on February 8, 2001
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    Not Ray - The tortured life of the littlest Kink

    Today, I'm here to stick up for poor, maligned Dave Davies, the Kinks guitarist who has long been viewed as the lightweight half of the Davies brothers. It's hard to shine while standing in the shadow of the incandescent songwriting of brother Ray, ...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on February 8, 2001
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    Escape From Riverside - Not fitting in with Squab

    Photo by Jack GouldIn Riverside, life is just agonizing, never-ending undeath. So, if you want to play in a band, you've got to start out Goth. "Oh, God, there is nothing out there," says Squab bassist and sometime keyboardist Chris Hall. "Dirt, c...

    by Chris Ziegler on February 8, 2001
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    Midlife Slamdance

    Agent Orange/ Foxy/Wax Apples/Loogie The Tiki Bar Friday, Jan. 19 'Twas the rumblings of OC punk rock history that led us to the Tiki Bar--that, and a general state of mourning on the eve of King George the Smirker's coronation. We were hoping ...

    by Rich Kane on February 1, 2001
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    Rob Eller - Singer, guitarist, songwriter, performer and occasional wedding singer

    Photo by Jeanne Rice>Heisler Park Gazebo. One of the best views in OC, and a place that gives me great inspiration. Stop by the next time you're in Laguna Beach around sunset and enjoy the music of any of several local musicians who wander around st...

    on February 1, 2001
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    Your Masters Voice - Might Joes Growl is badder than a roomful of James Browns

    Joe Ligon is the most happening vocalist you've never heard, and I know you've never heard him because godless, commie, OC Weekly readers don't listen to sanctified black gospel music. Ligon is the lead singer for The Mighty Clouds of Joy--currently...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on February 1, 2001
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