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  • 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
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    The Stunning: Split 7" single with the Means

    The Stunning Split 7" single with the Means Nodak Looks aren't always that deceiving. I wondered if it was possible to enjoy local noise punks the Stunning without the accompanying visuals, namely, a vocalist who spends enough time on the...

    by Kate Silver 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
  • Animal Collective: Sung Tongs , and Black Dice: Creature Comforts

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    Animal Collective: Sung Tongs , and Black Dice: Creature Comforts

    Animal Collective Sung Tongs Fat Cat Black Dice Creature Comforts DFA To celebrate their first show together since 2001, Brooklyn-based noisemakers Animal Collective and Black Dice played at New York's legendary Anthology Fi...

    by Andy Beta on June 23, 2004
  • The Hipster and the Harridan Queen - Memo to Jack White: You're the reason Loretta Lynn's songs are ugly

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    The Hipster and the Harridan Queen - Memo to Jack White: You're the reason Loretta Lynn's songs are ugly

    Wallet-chain-and-sideburn types looking for country-fried cred tend to forget that Loretta Lynn played the designation "First Lady of Country Music" for keeps: No president's wife in our lifetime had such queenly style. The onetime honky-tonk girl ...

    by Matthew Wilder on June 16, 2004
  • A Day In The Life of a Geezer - A laddish ode to Mike Skinner and the word on The Streets

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    A Day In The Life of a Geezer - A laddish ode to Mike Skinner and the word on The Streets

    It was supposed to be so easy. Sophie and Marcus were coming to visit me. From Kensington originally, now living in New Jersey. We'd just sit around, drink a few pints down, listen to new downloads, maybe even a new LP. Just sent to me, the Streets...

    by Andy Beta on June 16, 2004
  • Antibalas: Who Is This America?

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    Antibalas: Who Is This America?

    Antibalas Who Is This America? Ropeadope There is a proud and humorous tradition of courtroom jams in black music, stretching from Jamaican "Judge Dread" rude boy tunes to N.W.A.'s "F--- tha Police." But I'm reasonably sure no band before...

    by Peter S. Scholtes on June 16, 2004
  • The Beta Band: Heroes to Zeros

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    The Beta Band: Heroes to Zeros

    The Beta Band Heroes to Zeros Astralwerks All the attention reaped by rock's cocky bastards rarely translates into empathy from fans. Give me a musician who's his own worst critic and I'll show you someone you wouldn't mind talking to at ...

    by Lindsey Thomas on June 16, 2004
  • Even Better Than The Real Thing? - Franz Ferdinand make music that girls (and winking rock stars) can dance to

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    Even Better Than The Real Thing? - Franz Ferdinand make music that girls (and winking rock stars) can dance to

    Genuine acts like Britney Spears aren't shifting the units they used to; fake bands are in ascendance. Now, I know that just because Britney doesn't play any instruments or write her hits or sing very well, folks usually think of her as inauthentic...

    by Nick Catucci on June 9, 2004
  • Harmonic Convergence - Zebulon Pike and the fastidious art of kicking ass

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    Harmonic Convergence - Zebulon Pike and the fastidious art of kicking ass

    An idle thought crossed my mind as I watched Zebulon Pike rehearse in their tiny practice space. Standing in the middle of the room, I could touch both walls without moving. That is, if those speaker cabinets weren't in my way. Meanwhile, guita...

    by Cecile Cloutier on June 9, 2004
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    Radio Gaga

    Maroon 5 This Love Having done some polling during a recent outing to the cinema, I have concluded that there are six main positions regarding Maroon 5's single "This Love." Here they are, in the form of indirect quotation: 1) I have not he...

    by Dylan Hicks on June 9, 2004
  • Morrissey: You Are the Quarry

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    Morrissey: You Are the Quarry

    Morrissey You Are the Quarry Attack "Beauty has no origin but the hurt, unique, different for each of us, hidden or visible, that everyone keeps inside himself, which he preserves, and where he retreats when he wants to leave the world be...

    by J. Niimi on June 9, 2004
  • Devendra Banhart: Rejoicing in the Hands

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    Devendra Banhart: Rejoicing in the Hands

    Devendra Banhart Rejoicing in the Hands Young God Poised to release both a vernal and autumnal full-length in this year of our Empress Light, two thousand and four, there's little doubt that troubadour Devendra Banhart is as generous as h...

    by Andy Beta on June 9, 2004
  • !!!: Louden Up Now

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    !!!: Louden Up Now

    !!! Louden Up Now Touch & Go Why are so few people name-checking bleedin'-obvious Madchester rather than really-bleedin'-obvious post-punk when it comes to 2004's dance-rock mafia? Rock critic Michaelangelo Matos has already pegged the Ra...

    by Jess Harvell on June 9, 2004
  • various artists:  Marmalade and various artists: Grime

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    various artists: Marmalade and various artists: Grime

    various artists Greensleeves Rhythm Album #50: Marmalade Greensleeves various artists Grime Rephlex The version is the lingua franca of all dance music. To "version," in Jamaican parlance, is to reuse the same basic backing track wi...

    by Michaelangelo Matos on June 9, 2004
  • The Soviettes: LP II

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    The Soviettes: LP II

    The Soviettes LP II Adeline The Soviettes' super-good LP II, like the Beatles' Please Please Me, Boyz II Men's Nathan Michael Shawn Wanya, and Willy Chirino's 14 Excitos, contains 14 songs. Thirteen and a half of LP II's songs are played at...

    by Dylan Hicks on June 9, 2004
  • Lots In Translation--Okay, Just a Little - Les Georges Leningrad make the French connection

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    Lots In Translation--Okay, Just a Little - Les Georges Leningrad make the French connection

    According to Britannia.com, my source for all things limey (only kidding--I never use it!), Robert Lacey once said, quoting the monarch's biographer, that "King George V was distinguished 'by no exercise of social gifts, by no personal magnetism, b...

    by Nick Catucci on June 2, 2004
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