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    If electronic musicians are supposed to be sedate, bedroom-bound wallflowers, then why is Hrvatski such a hyper-opinionated packet of wiry energy? I've so far followed the Massachusetts-based artist, who is otherwise known as Keith Fullerton Whitman,...

    by Nick Phillips on April 10, 2002
  • Boards of Canada: Geogaddi

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    Boards of Canada: Geogaddi

    Boards of Canada Geogaddi Warp News alert: Cornell University scientists are developing an artificial human womb. The prospect of a plastic "people incubator" may immediately conjure images of Brave New World fetus factories mass-producing ...

    by Scott Walker on April 10, 2002
  • Buffalo Daughter: I

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    Buffalo Daughter: I

    Buffalo Daughter I Emperor Norton Japanese bands that have gotten noticed on this side of the Pacific seem to fall into one of two camps: Either they're infatuated with cutesy pop culture or they're musing on high art. Those Technicolor i...

    by Scott Henkemeyer on April 10, 2002
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    Matthew Shipp: Nu Bop

    Matthew Shipp Nu Bop Thirsty Ear Even at its freest, music retains an element of the mechanical, since improvisation is the struggle between the unexpected and the regimented. Accepting such limitations, prolific avant-garde pianist Ship...

    by Keith Harris on April 10, 2002
  • Josh Rouse: Under Cold Blue Stars

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    Josh Rouse: Under Cold Blue Stars

    Josh Rouse Under Cold Blue Stars Slow River/Rykodisc A segment on NPR produces airwave alchemy, instantaneously transforming any musician into a golden goose for a record label. Witness late singer Eva Cassidy's posthumous ascension on th...

    by Adam Hall on April 10, 2002
  • Freeze Frame - This is the sound of Brit hip hop. Or is it hip Britpop? Sometimes with Hood, it's hard to tell

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    Freeze Frame - This is the sound of Brit hip hop. Or is it hip Britpop? Sometimes with Hood, it's hard to tell

    The storm starts with a glitchy crackle, like an army of ants marching across a microphone. Just outside, you can hear the steady repetition of a passing train's wheels rubbing against the tracks. A few moments later, you listen to its whistle. The e...

    by Melissa Maerz on April 3, 2002
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    Death to Smoochie - Holly Golightly gives the world the ultimate kiss-off

    Bluesy chanteuse Holly Golightly is the perfect modern equivalent of her iconic namesake in Breakfast at Tiffany's. You can just imagine her replacing Audrey Hepburn in the movie: The landlord, Mr. Yunioshi, would yell from the stairs of their New Yo...

    by Kate Silver on April 3, 2002
  • They Might Be Giant - The big sound of Howe Gelb and company

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    They Might Be Giant - The big sound of Howe Gelb and company

    I've seen Giant Sand play endlessly inventive shows. At their set in January 2000 at Lounge Ax in Chicago, they played for five or ten minutes before the crowd realized they weren't just tuning up--then onlookers stood rapt for an hour. I've winced...

    by Anders Smith-Lindall on April 3, 2002
  • Zooropa - The Animal Collective get intimate with their audience

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    Zooropa - The Animal Collective get intimate with their audience

    How can you define something as subjective as intimacy? I'm talking about a precise triangulation of affect and affectation that arises from some sort of fragile closeness. Is such a description even remotely possible? Art often attempts to deal wi...

    by Nick Phillips on April 3, 2002
  • Murder in Small Town X - Whence the Dark Powers of the Midnight Evils?

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    Murder in Small Town X - Whence the Dark Powers of the Midnight Evils?

    Maybe it's the isolation, the need to fill the quiet with something loud, that makes small-town boys love rock 'n' roll--the kind with fast guitars and angry drums. Maybe grabbing a noisy instrument and beating the hell out of it has something to d...

    by Holly Day on April 3, 2002
  • Bands on the Run - Road-tripping to Texas for South by Southwest

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    Bands on the Run - Road-tripping to Texas for South by Southwest

    They did it so you wouldn't have to. Musicians, critics, and publicists the world over traveled to Austin, Texas, for the latest installment of South by Southwest, the four-day showcase of up-and-coming indie artists and a few bigger names. If you ...

    by Melissa Maerz on March 27, 2002
  • Doctor Feelgood

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    Doctor Feelgood

    The opening of the Ronettes' 1963 "Be My Baby" can be heard a thousand times without ever losing its bite. ber-session drummer Hal Blaine's simple, commanding Boom! Boom-boom SNAP! Boom! Boom-boom SNAP! rivets your attention, gets your blood racing ...

    by Michaelangelo Matos on March 27, 2002
  • Deep Impact - Mason Jennings listens to Wings, burns incense

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    Deep Impact - Mason Jennings listens to Wings, burns incense

    You think you know Mason Jennings. The serious-minded, solitary guy-with-guitar. The lithe-limbed, puppy-dog-eyed bringer of joy to the ladies. A righteous lefty and purveyor of paperback Eastern philosophy, equally beloved by bar boozers and sensi...

    by Anders Smith-Lindall on March 27, 2002
  • Close Encounters of the N*E*R*D Kind - Will the Neptunes reinvent rock?

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    Close Encounters of the N*E*R*D Kind - Will the Neptunes reinvent rock?

    "This fucking SUCKS!" My friends the Fiona-loving b-boys were consternated. I was playing them In Search of... (Virgin), the debut album of Virginia Beach's N*E*R*D (a.k.a. production duo the Neptunes). And as the neo-metal guitars began jutting ou...

    by Michaelangelo Matos on March 27, 2002
  • Mates of State: Our Constant Concern

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    Mates of State: Our Constant Concern

    MATES OF STATE Our Constant Concern Polyvinyl "Everyone settle down!" shout Kori Gardner and Jason Hammel. How's that for indie rock's latest rallying cry? Stay home, shack up, cuddle together, fall apart. You have nothing to lose but you...

    by Keith Harris on March 27, 2002
  • Bob Mould: Modulate

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    Bob Mould: Modulate

    BOB MOULD Modulate Granary Music/Red Ink Fans' bitch sessions over Bob Mould's new "electronic" direction are a real puzzler: What do these people miss about the old sound? The Sugar bear's songs have always redeemed his sonics rather tha...

    by Peter S. Scholtes on March 27, 2002
  • I Am What I'm Not - Malachi Constant take back whatever they said

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    I Am What I'm Not - Malachi Constant take back whatever they said

    [Editor's note: A correction ran concerning this story; see end of article.] You should know that despite their apparently biblical band name, Malachi Constant are not Christian rockers. On this point the four band members are clear. Not that they ...

    by Keith Harris on March 20, 2002
  • Parker Posing - Valet keep their musical ambitions in neutral

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    Parker Posing - Valet keep their musical ambitions in neutral

    When it comes to languorous indie rock, there's a certain value in half-interviewing a band that only half feels like being interviewed--or in half-listening to a band that only half seems to be playing, or in half-reading an article that only half...

    by Peter S. Scholtes on March 20, 2002
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    Babes In Conflict

    When Minneapolis legends Babes in Toyland played a sold-out gig at the London Mean Fiddler on March 3, Time Out heralded the event as a "reunion show." Yet the band that took the stage in London contained only one original member: singer-guitarist Ka...

    by Peter S. Scholtes on March 20, 2002
  • In My Room - The Ashtray Hearts find music in a Minneapolis apartment

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    In My Room - The Ashtray Hearts find music in a Minneapolis apartment

    Dan Richmond is a private guy. Sure, he'll sing his heart out about the one and only girl he's loved. In fact, he'll sing about any number of those "one and only girls" on his band's debut, Old Numbers (due out on Richmond's Free Election label nex...

    by Melissa Maerz on March 20, 2002
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