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    New Music

    Interfearence Take that Train Ubiquity Records Interfearence got bass. Their tracks aspire to and often touch the thumpingly addictive dance majesties of prime Chic and Taste of Honey. That's achievement enough, but this London-based duo are aft...

    by ANDREW ASCH on November 8, 2001
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    La Cave Aux Folles - Meet the Ernie and Bert of lounge DJs

    Scott Weaver and Chris Hall--who live together, DJ together, and have been friends since they were 13--are the loungiest people we know. I mean, you wouldn't be able to tell by looking at them, and their day jobs are pretty un-loungy, but when night...

    by ALISON M. ROSEN on November 8, 2001
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    Suburban Cowboy - The Accident make music to take trucker speed to

    Photo by Brenden KjarOrange County's overdue for its own version of the hellfire garage-rock revival act. Enter the Accident: six men, three guitars, four pairs of sunglasses, one frightful ZZ Top beard, members from hardcore bands Enewetak and Gehe...

    by ALISON M. ROSEN on November 8, 2001
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    Loud Enough for You? - Federation Xs sinus-draining sound

    Federation X is going to kill you. Make your head explode. Make your brain melt. Reduce your teeth to their component powders and enamels. Or at least clear up your stuffy nose. Because if you've got a problem--psychological or physical--then they'v...

    by Chris Ziegler on November 8, 2001
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    Richard B. Very, Very Bad - And Prines more useful than Zimmerman

    LITTLE RICHARD Penniman is the yardstick by which all great rock & roll should be measured. He manages to be shrieking, outrageous, flamboyant and offensive while also being an inspired and singular master of his art. Little Richard's dizzy persona ...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on November 8, 2001
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    God Bless Ass Wiggling

    THE HELMUT STEIN EXPERIENCE (3-SONG EP) There we were a few weeks ago, hanging out on the balcony of our spiffy apartment, trying to make sense of the vengeful, bloodthirsty world after another pointless go-round of CNN abuse, when we figured it...

    by Rich Kane on November 1, 2001
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    New Music

    Ming & FS The Human Condition Om Records On their 1999 debut, Hell's Kitchen, Ming & FS pasted together industrial-strength beats that sounded as if they'd been found rusting in some NYC alley. It was a raw record, mixing a tough hip-hop bounce ...

    by MICHAEL COYLE on November 1, 2001
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    Stereolab Detroit Friday, Oct. 19 Chris Ziegler and Alison M. Rosen--OC Weekly's two most attractive, intelligent, quick-witted and able-to-hold-their-liquor (except for Alison) writers--attended the Costa Mesa opening of Detroit, a new club in ...

    by Chris Ziegler on November 1, 2001
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    Rich Buttholes - Once dangerous, Butthole Surfers are radio-friendlier

    How does a posse of deranged acidheads famous for (a) the penis-reconstruction films they project onstage; (b) their vile, putrid, eardrum-mutilating music; and (c) their name, one most daily newspapers refuse to print in full--I say, how does such ...

    by ADAM BREGMAN on November 1, 2001
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    Horrific Secret Revealed! - Nightmare Syndicate are really damn nice!!!

    Photo by Chris ZieglerFor a bunch of kids who faked a suicide just for laughs, have been locked inside mausoleums while shooting video for their band, and penned a ton of songs positively drowning in dark-and-stormy-night ambiance, the Nightmare Syn...

    by Chris Ziegler on November 1, 2001
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    Unremarkably Exotic - Post-feminist folk-blues about lowdown-dirty-dog penis-bearers

    SAFFIRE THE UPPITY BLUES WOMEN, who play the Blue Cafe Friday night, occupy a unique niche in the contemporary-blues scene. They come from a nearly moribund folk blues tradition whose standard-bearers included Leadbelly, Sonny Terry & Brownie McGhee...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on November 1, 2001
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    Eight-Armed Twirling Yuppie Machine

    El Mysterioso (which is not now their name but was their name, or something like that) Bamboo Terrace Saturday, Oct. 6 Now that I've reached the advanced age of [advanced age here], I find it a drag to go to shows filled with kids. Kids are just...

    by ALISON M. ROSEN on October 18, 2001
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    New Music

    Lambchop Tools in the Dryer Merge This 16-song collage is about as cohesive as a drunken diary entry by Syd Barrett, but as a collection of "A-sides, B-sides, live tracks and remixes," that's exactly as it should be. Lambchop may be Nashville's ...

    on October 18, 2001
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    Black-Label Blues

    BLUE MAMA PACIFIC STREET(full-length CD) Plastic Meltdown Records Roots music that goes down as easy as a shot of Black Label, Pacific Street is Blue Mama's newest melding of rock, folk, R&B, country, and roadhouse blues (released on the band's own...

    by JOHN ROOS on October 18, 2001
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    Two Worlds - Glass Candys John David V of the produce department

    John David V is a night person. Maybe that's why it seems so strange that he has a day job. As bassist and now guitarist of Glass Candy and the Shattered Theatre --probably one of the most enigmatic, dramatic bands to creep out of the West Coast sin...

    by Chris Ziegler on October 18, 2001
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    Choir Masters - Kitka is so foreign, so exotic, so . . . San Francisco

    The blending of Eastern and Western cultures often produces unfortunate curiosities like McDonald's in Moscow or Iranian punk bands, but every so often, something remarkable, something like Kitka emerges. An Eastern European-style vocal group of eig...

    by KRISTIN FIORE on October 18, 2001
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    Nut Cutters! Aaaaaaaiiiie! - 20 things I love about Etta James

    1) Tattooed, gangbanging love child Etta James left home at age 16 in 1954--against her mother's wishes--to tour with the libidinous R&B revue known as the Johnny Otis Show. Provocatively billed as "Miss Peaches," little Etta sang and recorded sexua...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on October 18, 2001
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    New Music

    Mercury Rev All Is Dream Bmg/v2 Never keen on restraint, Mercury Rev turn out another dramatic opus that begs phrases normally reserved for Spielberg films--"a sweeping epic!" "a heart-wrenching tale!" After the album's opening crash of cymbals ...

    on October 11, 2001
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    The Damned/Swingin' Utters Galaxy Concert Theatre Friday, Sept. 28 You might think, upon seeing the Galaxy's thimble-sized mixed drinks, that you could safely toss back a series of them without even beginning to feel drunk. I mean, that's what m...

    by ALISON M. ROSEN on October 11, 2001
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    We Promise We Wont Kick You in the Balls - The Haggard are about dialogue, not diatribe

    The important thing about the Haggard is that they are not afraid to kick you in the balls if you're fucking with them. They're as polite as can be over the phone, they tell funny tour stories, and they even have a Cyndi Lauper cover band on the sid...

    by Chris Ziegler on October 11, 2001
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