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    Felix Da Housecat - Virgo Blacktro & the Movie Disco (www.nettwerk.com)

    Chicago-based DJ Felix Da Housecat takes a journey back to disco with his new release, navigating through sonic textures from that bygone era. Hearing it, you notice that Felix carefully researched the genre when it was at its highest point (circa 19...

    by Ernest Barteldes on November 8, 2007
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    Dwight Yoakam - Dwight Sings Buck (New West Records)

    We miss Buck Owens. Genial, shrewd, goofy, and incredibly gifted, Owens shared the pop and country music stage with the vast crowd of '60s musical wunderkinder. He stood his Top 40 ground with the Beatles, who liked him enough to cover him ("Act Natu...

    by Henry Cabot Beck on November 8, 2007
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    Old Crow Medicine Show

    If you like tales of cocaine and depravity mixed with gospel/soul tinges and down-home twang, Old Crow Medicine Show has just what you're looking for. The members of the bluegrass-meets-blues outfit are fervent one might even say fanatical discip...

    by Tracy M. Rogers on November 8, 2007
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    Otep, and Hellyeah

    Otep Shamaya says, "Art is war." The singer for her namesake L.A.-based metal-fusion band, Otep, considers herself a revolutionary, and makes art catharsis via visceral screams and songs that sear the ears like hot grease. Her lyrics are laden with a...

    by Niki D'Andrea on November 8, 2007
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    Free Shows and Road Trips Rule

    This is an early heads up so that if you can cruise up to Flagstaff on Friday, make plans now. Not only is it not in the 90s up there, Friday night at the Hotel Monte Vista (one of my favorite venues up there) Army of Robots, Back Ted N-Ted, and the ...

    @ Up on the Sun on March 20, 2007 @ 12:01 pm
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    Just For Fun

    Mr. Marshall "fucking" Beck, "the most controversial motherfucker in the Arizona music scene" thought it'd be funny to print my home phone number and address up in this piece; which he can certainly do on Myspace, but not here, where I moderate what ...

    @ Up on the Sun on March 16, 2007 @ 6:41 pm
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    St. Patrick's Day Massacre

    Luckily, I saw Jared from the Liar's Handshake last night and we concocted a plan where I'd shadow the band throughout its three-show day, watching to see if they can manage to stay sober enough to make it to the third show. There's a Liar's Handshak...

    @ Up on the Sun on March 16, 2007 @ 11:55 am
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    Last Words for Marshall

    The Marshall Beck "Mr. Controversial" debate continues to rage on Ear Infection, thanks in great part to his admittedly posting Myspace bulletins to his 45,000 friends. (PEN15 wrote "I WISH THIS WOULD STOP SO I DONT HAVE TO SEE 26 MYSPACE POSTS A DAY...

    @ Up on the Sun on March 16, 2007 @ 11:19 am
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    The Good and the Not So Good

    Due to space limitations in the print version of New Times, there are a lot of local records that we can't fit into the music section. That's why here, on Ear Infection, I try to turn you on or steer you away from certain acts and albums. The lates...

    @ Up on the Sun on March 14, 2007 @ 11:28 am
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    Marshall, Marshall, Marshall...

    @ Up on the Sun on March 14, 2007 @ 10:47 am
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    Conference Fever

    Since I'm stuck in the 'Nix watching the temperature rise, I won't be able to live-blog the conference for you, but I've found a couple of websites that should keep you up to the minute on what's happening in Austin: the Donewaiting.com SXSW blog, an...

    @ Up on the Sun on March 14, 2007 @ 10:26 am
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    About a Song - Cobain doc sets a mix tape mood

    In the recently released Kurt Cobain documentary About a Son, Nirvana's music is noticeably absent. Instead, director AJ Schnack lets Cobain tell his own life story by splicing raspy narration taken from phone interviews between the musician and auth...

    by Annie Zaleski on November 1, 2007
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    Al's Fair - The gospel accordion to Yankovic

    "The pig! The pig! Let's go see the 'World's Largest Pig'!" It's a rather windy Tuesday night in mid-October, and I have just spotted yet another attraction at the Arizona State Fair that I can't drag my buddy B-Boy to just yet. Tonight, B-Boy's a...

    by Niki D'Andrea on November 1, 2007
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    Tap That - Because everyone loves a pseudo-slut

    Halloween celebrated by adults can be a frightening concept. Even though we're too old to be afraid of ghouls and ghosts, there are plenty of scary things to witness. Poorly conceived costumes make everyone cringe, but the real horror is having to st...

    by Lilia Menconi on November 1, 2007
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    From Russia With Love - Spektor can melt our pot any time

    It just seems wrong to call Russian migr Regina Spektor Russian, because her family fled the USSR during the freeing days of perestroika in 1989. This kind of makes her a Soviet-American, even if she might disagree. The point is, Spektor is a produ...

    by Cole Haddon on November 1, 2007
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    Occult of Personality - Swede and lowdown

    Straight outta Sweden comes Witchcraft, which despite its black-metal name rocks it fairly old school and classic. The sound these four Scandinavian longhairs have been making for the past seven years combines Blue Cheer/Iron Butterfly psychedeli...

    by Michael Alan Goldberg on November 1, 2007
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    "Weird Al" Yankovic - Greatest Hits, Volume 1 (Volcano)

    This first edition of Weird Al's greatest hits came out in 1988, but the parodies are such familiar songs of their times that people of any age can appreciate them. Of course, his best-known parodies ("Fat" and "Eat It") are here, but there's also Al...

    by Niki D'Andrea on November 1, 2007
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    Various Artists - The Heavy Metal Box (Rhino)

    Any time you try to encapsulate a nearly 40-year-old genre in a four-CD boxed set, you're going to end up with some holes. With The Heavy Metal Box, Rhino has done a fair job of mapping metal's 1968-1991 evolution, from the fuzzed-out proto-metal of ...

    by Aaron Burgess on November 1, 2007
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    Siouxsie - Mantaray (Decca)

    On her first solo release, the former Banshee shows us that the influential punk songwriter of the '70s and '80s has moved on and evolved musically without losing her edge. Having waited so long to do a full disc of her own, she takes the opportunity...

    by Ernest Barteldes on November 1, 2007
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    Soulja Boy - Souljaboytellem.com (ColliPark/Interscope)

    Soulja Boy's entry in the minstrel rap sweepstakes is called Souljaboytellem.com, and it has been virally marketed in a savvy way. Nonetheless, it's about as stripped-down as a record can be. This is what rap would sound like if it had been invented ...

    by Ben Westhoff on November 1, 2007
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