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    Welcome to Schmoozeville - Relishs 29-hour drive as a career metaphor

    Photo by Chris CaffaroAfter a 29-hour drive from Orange County deep into the heart of Texas, the members of Relish barely knew their tired asses from the hole in the ground where they played their 45-minute set. South By Southwest (SXSW)? That's wha...

    by DAVE WIELENGA on March 29, 2001
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    Cio Cio San Rock

    Outside, it's Monday night and rainy. Inside, Cio Cio San takes the Troubadour stage and crashes headfirst into a wash of buzzing guitars and splashing cymbals. Though they're young ( their average age is about 19), they handle themselves as if they...

    by MICHAEL ALARCON on March 29, 2001
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    SXSW Slices - Vignettes on a barbecue-sauce-stained notebook

    South By Southwest, the annual spring break for the music industry held each year in Austin, Texas, the self-proclaimed (but entirely accurate) "live-music capital of the world." This year's numbers: more than 1,000 bands, both official and unoffici...

    by Rich Kane on March 29, 2001
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    Propaghandi Mix Pop With Politics

    They don't skate. They don't have overtly repulsive haircuts or piercings. And they're from Canada. Yet Propaghandi have become one of the world's most visible and uncompromisingly political punk rock bands, balancing precariously between accessibil...

    by Chris Ziegler on March 29, 2001
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    All Sales Vinyl!

    Blood! Puke! Beer! It would be a riot in progress anywhere else, but at Huntington Beach's longtime bastion of punk-as-fuckness Vinyl Solution, it's just the semiannual "secret" midnight sale. For a few special nights each year, the rock & roll brok...

    on March 22, 2001
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    New Music

    RAINER MARIA A BETTER VERSION OF ME POLYVINYL This emo trio wear their hearts on their frilled, Elizabethan sleeves. And though they claim they chose their moniker at random, their musings share the reflective melancholy of their namesake, Germa...

    on March 22, 2001
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    The Fuckin' Contest

    Music editor's note: Inspired by the unabashed rock-&-fuckin'-rollness of Zeke, we here in Locals Land have found ourselves hungering for some of that "reader interaction" stuff, so we hereby declare a contest. Count the total number of times the wo...

    by Rich Kane on March 22, 2001
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    There He Goes Again - Marshall Crenshaw is my favorite waste of time

    When Marshall Crenshaw's debut album was released back in 1982, I was a clerk in a Wherehouse record store and had a textbook case of Acute Recordstoreclerk-itis. You probably know all about that syndrome from shopping in record stores and enduring ...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on March 22, 2001
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    Strangers With Cande - How sweet rave promoters B3Cande are

    Photo by Jeanne RiceFor a trio of Huntington Beach beach bums, the boys of B3Cande wield considerable power. Brett Ballou, Brian Alper and Brock Anderson don't rig election results or put men on the moon, but they do something few others can do: the...

    by ANDREW ASCH on March 22, 2001
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    Clap Hands - John Hammond tackles the Tom waits songbook

    When I first heard about John Paul Hammond doing an album of Tom Waits songs, I figured this could provide a good kick in the rear for the brilliant bluesman, whose recent studio work has been pedestrian. Next, I wondered just how exactly the guy ...

    by JOHN ROOS on March 22, 2001
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    Pasta Bribery

    Tribe Sapien/Boss Tweed diPiazza's Restaurant & Lounge Friday, March 2 So there we were, out on the town with a new buddy of ours, trying our damnedest to impress with our fabulous don't-you-know-who-we-are? celebritydom, when the notion to in...

    by Rich Kane on March 15, 2001
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    Billy Meyer - Guitarist for the Color Red

    Photo by Jeanne Rice>Wagner. I'm proud to be one of the first people to let the cat out of the bag about this brand-new rock band. I seriously cannot describe how completely amazing these guys are, judging by just the first few songs I heard. Chemis...

    on March 15, 2001
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    New Music

    THE GOSSIP THAT'S NOT WHAT I HEARD KILL ROCK STARS The Gossip are dangerous. Their barbed-wire guitar lines and primal, thunder-lizard drumbeats will drag you off somewhere smoky and lonely, and if you're lucky, you'll get a sloppy kiss or two ...

    by Chris Ziegler on March 15, 2001
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    Are-Eye-Pee Are-Oh-Vee

    After 13 years and exactly 500 episodes, Are-Oh-Vee, the much-loved regional music-video show--one that actually played clips by local bands--is no more. The final episode aired Friday, Feb. 16; the last video played was Reel Big Fish's "Sell Out." ...

    on March 15, 2001
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    Please Don't Bite!

    WESLEY WILLIS Koo's Art Cafe Wednesday, Feb. 21 We knew people liked Wesley Willis; we didn't know they worshiped him. Poor little Koo's was so crammed full of moon-eyed Wesley-heads hanging on the man's every cuss word that an ambulance and a p...

    on March 15, 2001
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    New Music

    TSUNAMI BOMB THE INVASION FROM WITHIN TOMATO HEAD RECORDS With mysterious names and a penchant for antiquated horror movies, Tsunami Bomb are something of an oxymoron: a morbid, high-energy, pop-punk, ska-ish band (sans horns), which should sati...

    on March 15, 2001
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    Yakkity Yak - Ramblin Jack talks back

    Folk singer Ramblin' Jack Elliot didn't earn his mobile moniker, as one might assume, from traveling the globe as a troubadour. Rather, the "Ramblin'" handle refers to Elliot's propensity for verbal diarrhea: the man could talk circles around a grou...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on March 15, 2001
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    Earsand Assesare Ready - C.O.C.O. reanimate corpses, teach dance and party

    The kids don't wanna dance anymore--at least the cool ones don't. Maybe it's those oh-so-tight pants, but your stereotypical indie rockers aren't gonna jump around much, unless it's while trying to dig a thrumming cell phone out of their even-tighte...

    by Chris Ziegler on March 15, 2001
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    Zeke? F@*&!!! - How could something like this evade capture for seven long, ugly years?

    You can't talk about Zeke without using the word "fucking." Observe: "Zeke fucking rock"; "Zeke are fucking loud"; "Zeke played with fucking Pearl Jam?" And yeah, the words "goddamn" and occasionally "Motrhead" may also be used at your discretion, ...

    by Chris Ziegler on March 15, 2001
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    Balls, Balls, Balls! - The return of Isaac Hayes

    In the 1970s, Big George Foreman was this baleful, menacing, glowering figure who frowned like a gargoyle, pitched temper tantrums and knocked the holy bejesus out of people without evidence of mercy. Shortly after Joe Frazier made Ali his bitch, Bi...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on March 15, 2001
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