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  • T.I. - Paper Trail
 (Atlantic)

    Article

    T.I. - Paper Trail (Atlantic)

    Though other top MCs have had to create their own bogeymen to battle -- Kanye has his ego, Eminem had Kim, Lil Wayne has those cough-syrup Martians -- T.I.'s got real problems. Released from house arrest and in the midst of 1,500 hours of community s...

    by Ben Westhoff on October 9, 2008
  • The Jesus and Mary Chain - The Power of Negative Thinking: B-Sides & Rarities
 (Rhino)

    Article

    The Jesus and Mary Chain - The Power of Negative Thinking: B-Sides & Rarities (Rhino)

    When considering the work of The Jesus and Mary Chain, most conversations begin and end with the Scottish band's stunning 1985 debut, Psychocandy. Fair enough. With its simple, melodic pop songs dipped in battery acid guitar feedback, the album is wi...

    by Thomas Bond on October 9, 2008
  • Cold War Kids - Loyalty to Loyalty
 (Downtown Records)

    Article

    Cold War Kids - Loyalty to Loyalty (Downtown Records)

    Fresh on the heels of 2006's Robbers & Cowards, the debut album that featured the radio darling "Hang Me Out to Dry," Long Beach-based Cold War Kids fight an uphill battle on their sophomore effort. Loyalty to Loyalty chronicles the band's efforts to...

    by Michael Lopez on October 9, 2008
  • Blue Sky Black Death - Slow Burning Lights
 (Babygrande)

    Article

    Blue Sky Black Death - Slow Burning Lights (Babygrande)

    Nearly every music genre has an avant-garde wing, an "underground" scene escaping the notice of mainstream press. Hip-hop is no exception. San Francisco duo Blue Sky Black Death -- Young God and Kingston -- got together with vocalist Yes Alexander an...

    by Mark Keresman on October 9, 2008
  • Margot & the Nuclear So and So's

    Article

    Margot & the Nuclear So and So's

    An aging hipster and a 16-year-old girl stroll through the mall, absentmindedly enveloped in their respective iPods. They collide. "Hey, watch where you're going," says the hipster. "You got pop sensibilities in my drone-y shoegaze." The 16-year-old ...

    by Geoff Johnston on October 9, 2008
  • The Academy Is . . ., Hello Monday, & We the Kings

    Article

    The Academy Is . . ., Hello Monday, & We the Kings

    MTV has a lot to answer for. Killing the radio star to force-feed us hair bands in the '80s. Re-imagining punk and grunge to be all those lousy bands that filled two entire CDs of "buzz cuts" in the '90s. Inventing the reality show and, in reality, g...

    by Serene Dominic on October 9, 2008
  • Say Hi, & Jukebox the Ghost

    Article

    Say Hi, & Jukebox the Ghost

    Philly three-piece Jukebox the Ghost's wry whimsical alarm is just the balm to soothe a decade of complaint rock and loudcore ache. Whether surviving imminent manmade apocalypse or entertaining the devil while God explains "how all the shit's going t...

    by Chris Parker on October 9, 2008
  • The Stills, & We Are Scientists

    Article

    The Stills, & We Are Scientists

    Taking a break from their larger pavilion/ballroom tour with Nashville rock mainstays Kings of Leon, tourmates The Stills and We Are Scientists come to Tempe to showcase their solid new albums to a more intimate crowd. This show says a lot about both...

    by Michael Lopez on October 9, 2008
  • Article

    Audrey Debauchery & the Puke Boots at Modified Arts

    By: Joseph Golfen Better Then: Most alt-country bands. Keeping with true country tradition by soaking their love-sick tunes in plenty of whiskey, this talented songwriter doesn't let the genre pull her down with tired clichs. The stage at Modif...

    @ Up on the Sun by Jonathan McNamara on March 22, 2008 @ 4:05 am
  • Article

    Puke Boots

    Rock 'n' Roll is about sex. Getting it. Wanting it. Needing it. You can hear it in Karen O's warbling, angry crooning or from Chantal Claret as she giggles and demands that you "take off your clothes...please." Leave it to an alt-country band to ge...

    @ Up on the Sun by Jonathan McNamara on March 20, 2008 @ 7:04 pm
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    Southbyscurvy: The Best of SxSW

    By Niki D'Andrea Well, I managed to survive another fun and frantic SxSW festival. While I'm laid up at home recovering, I thought I'd bring you some of the highlights from this year's fest. Best Local Buzz Band: What Laura Says Thinks and Feels (T...

    @ Up on the Sun by Niki D'Andrea on March 18, 2008 @ 12:04 pm
  • Article

    Seven Nights of DJs and Dancing

    THURSDAY 2 Axis/Radius: Red Bull Ladies Night with DJ MCB (hip-hop, rock, Top 40) Bar Smith: Peppermint Lounge with DJ Brazilia, DJ Mara, & guests (electro, funk, '80s) Bikini Lounge: DJ HFE (rockabilly, surf, jazz, classic country, indie, o...

    on October 2, 2008
  • Starfucker - Starfucker
 (Badman Records)

    Article

    Starfucker - Starfucker (Badman Records)

    The band's name is crass, and song titles like "Myke Ptyson" and "Iaadeedaa" hardly help bolster any early confidence in liking them, but Starfucker's self-titled debut is a smart, multi-layered gem of indie-pop splendor. The album's opener, "Florida...

    by Michael Lopez on October 2, 2008
  • of Montreal - Skeletal Lamping
 (Polyvinyl Record Co.)

    Article

    of Montreal - Skeletal Lamping (Polyvinyl Record Co.)

    Like their Elephant 6 brethren, of Montreal has always walked the line between the accessible and the avant-garde. Usually, Kevin Barnes and Co. have fallen neatly on the pop side, making music that would work in, say, an Outback Steakhouse commercia...

    by Martin Cizmar on October 2, 2008
  • Antique Scream: Psychedelic Truck-Stop Rock or Three-Man Demolition Team?

    Article

    Antique Scream: Psychedelic Truck-Stop Rock or Three-Man Demolition Team?

    You have only weeks to make Antique Scream your favorite local band. That's right, a band you sometimes could've seen three nights a week on Valley stages, a band used to peering out from those stages to see a "bartender's only" show then playing ...

    by Serene Dominic on October 2, 2008
  • Cat Power

    Article

    Cat Power

    Cat Power kicks off her new CD, Jukebox, with a remake of John Kander & Fred Ebb's standard "Theme from New York, New York," but given the track's sultry, Stax-y R&B makeover and coolly rumbling keyboards, perhaps she should call her version "Memphis...

    by Falling James on October 2, 2008
  • Henry Rollins Is Begging You to Vote

    Article

    Henry Rollins Is Begging You to Vote

    Henry Rollins says he is down on bended knee, begging you -- to vote. It may be hard to imagine Rollins -- muscle-bound, sweaty, tattooed -- begging, with his furrowed-brow intensity, for anything. But he's known for being a man of a thousand medi...

    by Niki D'Andrea on October 2, 2008
  • Panic at the Disco, Death Cab for Cutie, and the Other Worst Interviews Ever

    Article

    Panic at the Disco, Death Cab for Cutie, and the Other Worst Interviews Ever

    This week, Panic at the Disco hits town with the Rock Band Live Tour. Some music journalists might jump at the opportunity to interview the dance-punk band, but I've already had my chance, and the experience proved to so unpleasant that I just couldn...

    by Cole Haddon on October 2, 2008
  • Queen + Paul Rodgers - Cosmos Rocks
 (Hollywood Records)

    Article

    Queen + Paul Rodgers - Cosmos Rocks (Hollywood Records)

    It's not easy to follow in the footsteps of a frontman who had a four-octave vocal range and a tendency to wear glittery capes on stage. Listening to Cosmos Rock, it's clear that former Free/Bad Company singer Paul Rodgers isn't up to the task. To hi...

    by Niki D'Andrea on October 2, 2008
  • Kasai Allstars - In the 7th Moon, the Chief Turned Into a Swimming Fish and Ate the Head of His Enemy by Magic
 (Crammed)

    Article

    Kasai Allstars - In the 7th Moon, the Chief Turned Into a Swimming Fish and Ate the Head of His Enemy by Magic (Crammed)

    From the Democratic Republic of Congo -- where, in the words of Spin writer Eric Pape, a "culture of corruption, moral decay, and negligible resources has created a music scene that can best be described as Darwinian . . . an absurd world where even ...

    by Jess Jarnow on October 2, 2008
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