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  • Let It Blurb

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    Let It Blurb

    Escape Mechanism Cast of Thousands with Escape Mechanism Recombinations Jon Nelson, sound collage evangelist and host of Radio K's widely syndicated "Some Assembly Required," gives his sidemen top billing on Cast of Thousands with Escape ...

    by Rod Smith on July 21, 2004
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    Various Artists: Hungry Ghost

    Various Artists Hungry Ghost Sound Merchant Attention, fools for sustained tones and textures! This mostly local, two-CD compilation surveys an expansive patch of experimental sound turf. Breast-Fed Yak's zany cutup "The Joey Refection," ...

    by Rod Smith on July 21, 2004
  • Fiery Furnaces: Blueberry Boat

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    Fiery Furnaces: Blueberry Boat

    Fiery Furnaces Blueberry Boat Rough Trade Those who expect the Fiery Furnaces to refine their classic-rock influences on their feverish (not to mention fast) follow-up to last year's rock 'n' rollicking debut Gallowsbird's Bark should shi...

    by Andy Beta on July 14, 2004
  • The Roots: The Tipping Point

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    The Roots: The Tipping Point

    The Roots The Tipping Point Geffen The Tipping Point belongs to ?uestlove, that round, Afro'ed mound of bountiful resound who, pound for pound, greases the beats and creases the rhythms with such zest that hip hop's usual drum samples s...

    by Britt Robson on July 14, 2004
  • How To Disappear Partially - Longhairs and jazzbos give radiohead a new face

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    How To Disappear Partially - Longhairs and jazzbos give radiohead a new face

    On Public Radio International's program From the Top, host and concert pianist Christopher O'Riley plays some of his original transcriptions of Radiohead tunes--thus, he says, inspiring a number of calls from listeners who wonder, "Who is this Mr. ...

    by Dylan Hicks on July 14, 2004
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    Gretchen Wilson: "Redneck Woman"

    Gretchen Wilson "Redneck Woman" Sony One of the great hardships of being a relatively affluent white male is that, year after year, one feels deprived of truly galvanizing country-music anthems. Sure, it could be argued that the whole world...

    by Dylan Hicks on July 14, 2004
  • Ah-oooh! - Howling with Mallman's werewolves of Minneapolis and other scary tales

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    Ah-oooh! - Howling with Mallman's werewolves of Minneapolis and other scary tales

    A few weeks ago, I went to a P. Diddy-themed pool party where a fellow bacchanal was shooting Polaroids of bikini-clad lovelies. As one developed, I momentarily thought I spotted a boom mic hanging in the sunset-rimmed snapshot. That's when I start...

    by Melissa Maerz on July 14, 2004
  • Beastie Boys: To The 5 Boroughs

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    Beastie Boys: To The 5 Boroughs

    Beastie Boys To The 5 Boroughs Capitol The endearingly obnoxious masters of dropping science are back, six years after their dance music-doused hip-hop masterpiece, Hello Nasty. Since then, though, the enduring Brooklynites have been in a...

    by Jen Boyles on July 7, 2004
  • Ozomatli: Street Signs

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    Ozomatli: Street Signs

    Ozomatli Street Signs Concord For a brief period of time, before the phrase came to stand for regimented quotas, exalted tokens, and earnestly bathetic pieties from starry-eyed, oatmeal-brained folk singers like Holly Near, "politically ...

    by Britt Robson on July 7, 2004
  • VA: Eccentric Soul: The Capsoul Label

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    VA: Eccentric Soul: The Capsoul Label

    VA Eccentric Soul: The Capsoul Label Numero Group VA Chicago Soul Soul Jazz You can't blame me if you're not familiar with the ill-fated soul group that went by the unwieldy moniker of Johnson, Hawkins, Tatum & Durr, or if you've ne...

    by Andy Beta on July 7, 2004
  • The Good, The Bad, And The Banjo - Spaghetti Western's Italian bluegrass collage

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    The Good, The Bad, And The Banjo - Spaghetti Western's Italian bluegrass collage

    A dj view: Multi-instrumentalist Mike Rossetto, nearly lifelong musician, pulls out a photograph of himself at age four. He's smiling meekly before a toy keyboard. "It's the oldest photo of me playing an instrument," he says proudly. Staring at t...

    by Kate Silver on July 7, 2004
  • Squeezing Out Sparks - Improving Franco-American relations with Café Accordion Orchestra

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    Squeezing Out Sparks - Improving Franco-American relations with Caf Accordion Orchestra

    How is it that the French musette--a pre-WWII pop music with rustic roots and a prototypical audience of knife-wielding proletarians--sounds to contemporary American ears like the very essence of elegant sophistication? Well, Bubba, it might have s...

    by Quinton Skinner on July 7, 2004
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    R. Kelly: "Happy People"

    R. Kelly "Happy People" By the time this goes to press, barring an act of God or some other influential figure, R. Kelly's trial will have finally begun. If he's found guilty of producing child pornography, he could spend up to 14 years in ...

    by Dylan Hicks on June 30, 2004
  • Real Life Rock Top 10 - Lucinda bids Dylan good morning, Patti Smith greets Baghdad, and Greil Marcus says goodbye

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    Real Life Rock Top 10 - Lucinda bids Dylan good morning, Patti Smith greets Baghdad, and Greil Marcus says goodbye

    1) Leah Garchik, June 14 (San Francisco Chronicle) Regarding George W. Bush declaring the day of Ronald Reagan's funeral a national holiday, bold-faced names columnist Garchik cited a report of signs on the D Street post office in San Rafael, just ...

    by Greil Marcus on June 30, 2004
  • Mercury Rising - The Fever burn up the dance floor

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    Mercury Rising - The Fever burn up the dance floor

    "I'm dying for a living," cries Geremy Jasper. While the singer is very much alive on the Fever's full-length debut, Red Bedroom (Kemado), the lyric mimics the album's fixation on the macabre love of lady-killers. This red bedroom isn't where one g...

    by Jeanne Fury on June 23, 2004
  • Coach Said Not To: Self-released EP

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    Coach Said Not To: Self-released EP

    Coach Said Not To Self-released EP Not since Tulip Sweet left town has a local group given us a big, pink balloon of a song, pricked it with sarcasm or a well-placed motherfucker, and watched us jump. Eva Mohn punctuates sweet melodies w...

    by Lindsey Thomas on June 23, 2004
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    Mandrew: Mandrew

    Mandrew Mandrew Eclectone Records Mike Andrew is running with the right crowd. His first release is a solo effort in name only, featuring backup from his First Prize Killers bandmates, plus members of Walker Kong, the Ashtray Hearts, and...

    by Lindsey Thomas on June 23, 2004
  • PARU: The Upcoming and R.D.M. Three-song demo

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    PARU: The Upcoming and R.D.M. Three-song demo

    PARU The Upcoming R.D.M. Three-song demo One cannot live by Rhymesayers alone, no matter how sick that new Brother Ali EP is--what this town needs is a bit more Cutlass-on-spinners hip hop. Good thing there's plenty of hungry MCs ready...

    by Nate Patrin on June 23, 2004
  • What We Talk About When We Say Nothing - A spirited non-conversation with Magnetic Fields' Stephin Merritt

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    What We Talk About When We Say Nothing - A spirited non-conversation with Magnetic Fields' Stephin Merritt

    Stephin Merritt is the much-lauded leader of the Magnetic Fields, with whom he has been firing off erudite bubblegum, lonesome synthesizer C&W, and whatever has struck his fancy since the early '90s. He's also commandeered several side projects, in...

    by Dylan Hicks on June 23, 2004
  • Doctor Alimantado: Born for a Purpose

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    Doctor Alimantado: Born for a Purpose

    Doctor Alimantado Born for a Purpose Greensleeves One of the greatest reggae songs ever recorded, "Born for a Purpose," could have been written for a mugger or a boss. "If you feel like you have no reason for living," it began, "don't det...

    by Peter S. Scholtes on June 23, 2004
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