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2003 Stories by Ron Nachman

Archives: 2003
  • People Under the Stairs

    published August 21, 2003

    Simply labeling Los Angeles duo People Under the Stairs as old-school hip-hop heads misses the point. Thes One and Double K are more like docents... More >>

  • Jason Moran

    published August 14, 2003

    Back in the day, jazz musicians had movements to latch onto, whether it was bebop in the 1940s, cool in the '50s, free jazz in the '60s or fusion... More >>

  • Gotan Project

    published May 22, 2003

    The United States' latest ventures abroad prove that our country is far better at combating cultures than at mixing with them. So perhaps it makes... More >>

  • Blur

    published May 15, 2003

    As an international post-indie rock star, Damon Albarn's waded through it all with a grin. Along with archrival Oasis, vocalist Albarn and his... More >>

  • Spacek

    published April 17, 2003

    From the left-field blues that Shara Nelson crooned for Massive Attack to the thumping turbo-sex rhythms that Timbaland's plastered behind Tweet... More >>

  • Akasha

    published April 10, 2003

    There's little arguing electronica's link to '60s psychedelic practice, especially when you think of peace, drugs 'n' noise-filled raves t... More >>

  • Massive Attack

    published February 6, 2003

    Massive Attack's slow-paced release schedule has made each of its albums a de facto statement on the U.K. dance-music scene: 1991's Blue Lines... More >>

Archives: 2003
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