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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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    Remembering Celia Cruz

    The July 16 death of salsa super-nebula Celia Cruz brings back memories for H?ctor Castellanos, part owner of Anaheim Latin music cathedral JC Fandango. Castellanos served as Cruz's chauffeur in the late '80s when the Cuban diva made a rare Orange C...

    on August 14, 2003
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    The Ballad of Broken Bands - C. Charles Bowden keeps his Other Desert Cities dream alive

    C. Charles Bowden wants to be in a stable band. But, alas, fate has seemingly condemned the 28-year-old to a musical existence where the only sure things are an awesome group name--Other Desert Cities, derived from the sign on eastbound Interstate 1...

    on August 14, 2003
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    Bling Blasters - Science Projects conscience hip-hop

    To a guy like DJ/producer T.J. Terry, hip and hophave been fighting words. When he was young, the kids in his classes constantly baited him for being a white dude obsessed with music made by minorities. He fought back with his fists, a strategy that...

    by ANDREW ASCH on August 14, 2003
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    More Order, Less Chaos - Stroking the whimsy with the Incredible Moses Leroy

    If a four-week "artist-in-residence" gig at the Detroit Bar sounds a little highfalutin for a too-cool-for-school outfit like the Incredible Moses Leroy, well, see, that's exactly what Ron Fountenberry is talking about. Or typing about, from his PC ...

    by DAVE WIELENGA on August 14, 2003
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    Were not dead yet - Beat Farmers survivors reunite without Country Dick

    Would the late, greatly sized Country Dick Montana support his Beat Farmers playing a 20-year reunion show without him? "I absolutely think he would approve," says the San Diego-based cowpunk kings' guitarist/songwriter Buddy Blue, who is known ot...

    by Matt Coker on August 14, 2003
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    Post-warped tour notes

    Just days before we schlepped to the Cal State Long Beach stop on this year's Warped Tour, we got an e-mailed press release announcing production of a film called Punk Rock Holocaust, which is apparently being shot during the tour. Seems the "plot" ...

    on August 7, 2003
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    SLOWRIDER HISTORIAS EN REVISI?N NOMADIC SOUND SYSTEM East Los Angeles jam geniuses Slowrider have proven during their three-year existence that jamming isn't just about droning on a perfect riff forever, but that jam bands should incorporate oth...

    on August 7, 2003
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    Hip Springs Eternal

    Photo by James BunoanKEVIN DUTTON BURNVILLE 10-TRACK SELF-RELEASED CD Breezy, feel-good songs about hearts on fire at sundown? Not so hip. High harmonies going la-la-la-la-la? Not so hip. And a happy whistle break in the middle of a song? That s...

    by JOE E. BREWSKI on August 7, 2003
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    THE DIXIE CHICKS ARROWHEAD POND MONDAY, JULY 21 Sure, we probably wouldn't have shown up were it not for the Controversy, which we won't bother rehashing here. We actually would have had a grand time had we never even bothered going inside, wh...

    on August 7, 2003
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    Garage Sale! - Trash vinyl with thee Okmoniks

    Too many bands--the Caesars, the Datsun 4, the D4, and every other act that proves that socialized, Second World health care torpedoes credible rock & roll--bought their '60s retro sound where they bought their '60s retro furniture: IKEA, where ever...

    by Chris Ziegler on August 7, 2003
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    The Boys With the Morrissey in Their Side - Mimicking Moz with the Sweet and Tender Hooligans

    It's 1999, and there's a hundreds-deep line around Tower Records in Hollywood, everyone hoping to meet and get autographs from '80s new wave deity Morrissey. Jos? Maldonado is maybe No. 400, and when it's his turn to talk to the man, he begins mumbl...

    by GUSTAVO ARELLANO on August 7, 2003
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    Nutsack in a Blender - Boston, dude! Boston!

    Photo courtesy of Boston HomepageIn 2003, it's acceptable to cop to a number of guilty aural pleasures: Abba, vintage disco tunes, Duran Duran. My guiltiest of pleasures is Boston. When I say I like Boston, what I mean is that I liked their first ...

    by Rich Kane on August 7, 2003
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    A Life in Vinyl - J Church records our world

    Photo by the unknown snapperLance Hahn hasn't quite seen it all yet. But he's close. He's been deported four times. Been robbed three. He spent five days waiting to die in a San Francisco hospital room and then . . . didn't. ("I'm not afraid of deat...

    by Chris Ziegler on July 31, 2003
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    Cafe Tacuba

    Caf? Tacuba Cuatro Caminos Mca Caf? Tacuba have never fully employed a drum kit during their decade-plus dominion over musical ingenuity in the Western Hemisphere, instead relying on a fabulously talented drum box when pummeling was needed. But ...

    by GUSTAVO ARELLANO on July 31, 2003
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    Paint It Black

    Paint It Black Cva Jade Tree How fucking punk--17 songs in 19 minutes. Too bad the micro-minute song has already been done by a lot of other bands, mostly because they simply didn't know how to write. But surprisingly, Paint It Black is actuall...

    by JENNIFER AMBROSE on July 31, 2003
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    Madlib Shades of Blue: Madlib Invades Blue Note Blue Note DJ/producer/musical renaissance man Madlib (born Otis Jackson Jr.) has spent a brief but prolific career dreaming up musical irritants, everything from the froggy, helium-voiced rap of al...

    by ANDREW ASCH on July 31, 2003
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