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    Aural Anarchy! - Herbie Hancock praises jazz eclecticism, disses Wynton

    For four decades, Herbie Hancock has upheld jazz traditions while simultaneously decimating its pieties and conventions. It's hard to think of a jazz artist whose career has been more fertile, eclectic and ultimately controversial. And at age 61, th...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on March 14, 2002
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    Accidental Art

    NAZTI SKINZ SIC SEMPER TYRANIS (SEVEN-INCH EP) YOUTH ATTACK RECORDS Before you get all riled-up, we should tell you that the Nazti Skinz were a joke band--no real-life Nazties or skins knuckling around to take the fun out of things. But before y...

    by Chris Ziegler on March 7, 2002
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    New Music

    Gustavo Cerati 11 Episodios Sinfonicos Universo TV From the rubble of Argentina comes Gustavo Cerati's 11 Episodios Sinfnicos (11 Symphonic Episodes), further proof that the country's inhabitants create musical masterpieces despite their perpetu...

    on March 7, 2002
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    Your Knees on Asphalt

    So we finally get around to exploring the new, improved, spiffier confines of the Doll Hut--it's Linda's no more, fun couple Blue and Anthony Castaneda having bought the slowly decaying roadhouse last fall from Linda Jemison--and we must say we like...

    by Rich Kane on March 7, 2002
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    New Music

    Cornelius Point Matador Five years ago, this Japanese DJ (known to his grandma as Keigo Oyamada) released the phenomenal album Fantasmaand then lived up to its name by dropping out of sight. His follow-up, Point, lives up to its name as well. Cor...

    by KRISTIN FIORE on March 7, 2002
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    Goofball-Free Rockists - Help Death On Wednesday quit their day jobs, wont you?

    Reality--and the encouraging prospect of an impending rent payment--sometimes hits you like a sock full of quarters. Huntington Beach's Death On Wednesday felt just such a blow last year after a series of gigs opening for Social Distortion. "There...

    by ANDREW ASCH on March 7, 2002
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    Rapitalism - $till down with the Wu-Tang?

    Once hip-hop's mightiest unit, the Wu-Tang Clan have fallen off some since their mid-'90s zenith. Now even they and their three-headed-dragon-sized egos can't deny that their metaphysical kung-fu style is out of fashion. From the slums of Staten I...

    by ADAM BREGMAN on March 7, 2002
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    Blood Brothers - The Blasters Dave and Phil Alvin agree to disagree

    Downey's favorite sons, the Blasters, almost single-handedly spawned the roots-rock movement of the early '80s, paving the way for such acts as Rank & File, Los Lobos, Dwight Yoakam, the Long Ryders, and my own band, the Beat Farmers, among others. ...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on March 7, 2002
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    Oh, young love! Like winning the lottery or contracting genital warts, it's always something that happens to somebody else, no matter how hard you try. (We're just kidding, of course--we've totally got genital warts!) And on Valentine's Day, it hurt...

    by Chris Ziegler on February 28, 2002
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    Scat-Free Funk

    THE GROOVE SYNDICATE (SELF-TITLED 4-TRACK DEMO) The Groove Syndicate, a multi-ethnic, multicity group of blaring horns, scratchy guitars and an ever-bobbing bass, add some funk to OC's punk-and-junk scene with this self-titled release. Sounding...

    on February 28, 2002
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    New Music

    VINNIE COLAIUTA, ROBBEN FORD, JIMMY HASLIP JING CHI TONE CENTER Here's an album that revives the supersession instrumental recordings of the '60s and '70s, the era when Miles Davis' revolutionary Bitches Brew and Tony Williams' ground-shaking ...

    by C.J. BAHNSEN on February 28, 2002
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    Chingones Chilangos - Maldita Vecindad make suffering fun

    Any discussion about the growing popularity of rock en espaol in the United States has to include not just musicians but also immigrants--pioneering Mexico City expatriates, to be exact. The music took hold in this country largely because of the ef...

    on February 28, 2002
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    Cuisinart Rock - From punk to metal to emo, Thrice can play it all

    Energy is what Thrice drummer Riley Breckenridge would like an audience to come away with after seeing his band. "Energy and emotion, but not in the emo sense," he says. "Not crying, but just that our hearts are in it." "We all just love music--th...

    by RYAN J. DOWNEY on February 28, 2002
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    The Hair Care Conspiracy!

    We love it when vast corporate conspiracies expose themselves before our jaded eyes. Like this one, which we uncovered Sunday at the House of Mouse:John Paul DeJoria, the Paul Mitchell, the hair-care-products entrepreneur, is plotting with Disney to...

    by Rich Kane on February 21, 2002
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    New Music

    Desaparecidos Read Music/Speak Spanish Saddle Creek When you see the name Desaparecidos, it's perfectly natural to imagine an accordion, a few trumpets, a bassy tuba cradled in an oompa-loompa polka beat, and a wailing singer who endlessly profe...

    by RUSSELL BROCK on February 21, 2002
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    New Music

    The Distillers SingSing Death House Hellcat For destitute, bumming-change-in-front-of-the-McDonald's, passing-a-joint-in-the-graveyard, sneaking-into-the-club, chucking-bottles-at-the-wall punk rock, look no farther than the Distillers. This au...

    by ADAM BREGMAN on February 21, 2002
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    Funk Master General - Houston Person wants to give you some

    Who would have thought they'd still be listening to Chocomotive 35 years later? Not Houston Person. In the 1960s, saxophonist Person was a man among grooves, a jazz tenor player more than cozy with blues and funk. Last year, under the banner of Lege...

    by BILL KOHLHAASE on February 21, 2002
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    Fad or Peril? - The Crowd still goes wild

    Photo by Todd TaylorWhen the Crowd hit their first power chord way back when at some Huntington Beach house party, gas cost only 63 cents per gallon. A stamp went for 13 cents. Electric guitars had just started taking off, but you had to crank them ...

    by Chris Ziegler on February 21, 2002
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    Jr. Gong Show - Can Damian Marley rescue reggae?

    Some of the world's top reggae bands will play Long Beach's annual Bob Marley Day Festival this weekend, but is anyone listening? Even reggae aficionados will admit this is a time of tribulation. "I think reggae is in deep doldrums now," says musi...

    by ANDREW ASCH on February 21, 2002
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    Angry Folks

    The Pinehill Haints Record Store That Shall Remain Anonymous to Prevent Anyone From Asking Troublesome Questions About Permits, Okay? Wednesday, Jan. 23 Punk: the Pistols. Proto-punk: the Stooges. Proto-proto-punk: some will say Jerry Lee, some m...

    by Chris Ziegler on February 14, 2002
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