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    Escape from Alaska - And into the 21st century

    While it's become standard practice for bands to slog through the same old set list night after night, Portugal. The Man has come up with a novel approach to providing audiences with a unique experience each and every time it takes the stage. Nowaday...

    by Saby Reyes-Kulkarni on July 26, 2007
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    Been There, Beamed That - Technical difficulties

    Perhaps more significant to today's audiences than Sgt. Pepper's 40th anniversary was the Beatles' contribution that same summer to the program Our World. As part of the very first live global television link, the show was broadcast to 26 countries a...

    by Serene Dominic on July 26, 2007
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    Man-Filled Monday - Abundant bros at Bruno's

    Ladies, if you want some attention, hit Bruno Mali's on a Monday night. We were there for the two-year anniversary of the DJ night A Foreign Affair on July 16, and the place was a total sausage-fest. (Click here for more photos.) But be warned, many ...

    by Lilia Menconi on July 26, 2007
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    Ryan Adams - Easy Tiger (Lost Highway)

    Ryan Adams was needled throughout 2005 for releasing three CDs' worth of songs without seeming to consider whether the tunes met his standards. In interviews, Adams shrugged off such criticism, but lo and behold, he waited more than 18 months an et...

    by Michael Roberts on July 26, 2007
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    By The Wayside - Say Goodbye to What We Once Knew (Self-released)

    This Tempe-based indie band's new release shows that it has two positive points: plenty of enthusiasm and a refreshing willingness to be open and goofy between tracks, la The Beatles in Let It Be. During one moment, you can hear studio chatter abou...

    by Ernest Barteldes on July 26, 2007
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    Crushed - My Machine (No Relief Records)

    What the Clink? My Machine is Crushed's debut full-length venture into the world of heavy metal, with producer credit going to none other than Mike Clink of Guns N' Roses and Metallica fame. And that's where the impressive points end. While claiming ...

    by Taylor Kim on July 26, 2007
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    Buckwheat Zydeco - Waked beans

    In the mid-'50s, while Sinatra swung and Elvis and Chuck Berry showed the world how to rock, black Louisianans of Cajun extraction Clifton Chenier, for one were plugging in and pumping crackling rhythm and blues into traditional Cajun dance music...

    by Mark Keresman on July 26, 2007
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    Rush - Still bangin'

    And the geeks shall inherit the Earth, indeed. If anyone said that Rush would last 30-plus years in 1975, when robo-tronic drummer Neil Peart joined the Canadian trio (thus transforming it from a derivative bar band into one of the world's most rever...

    by Saby Reyes-Kulkarni on July 26, 2007
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    Young Buck - For now

    Ever since 50 Cent's G-Unit mixtape crew earned mainstream recognition with 2003's platinum-selling Beg for Mercy, members of the group have worked hard to escape Fiddy's hulking shadow and establish themselves as independent artists. While Lloyd Ban...

    by Daniel Raven on July 26, 2007
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    Street Dogs, and The Tossers - Getting the Irish up

    This bill features a pair of bands noteworthy for their rousing style and lively stage presence. Hailing from Chicago's Irish South Side, The Tossers began in '93, before Celtic-punk peers Flogging Molly and Dropkick Murphys. Though long overshadowed...

    by Chris Parker on July 26, 2007
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    Marnie Stern - Adjectives wanted

    Marnie Stern made one of the most intriguing debuts this year with In Advance of the Broken Arm, a cacophonous yet strangely tuneful blast of prog experimentation that verges on indie rock. Stern's high-pitched, girlish vocals are slathered in guitar...

    by Chris Parker on July 26, 2007
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    Thee Oh No's - Return from the West

    Generally speaking, styles come and go, but idioms last forever. And when four tuff dudes with the right moxie get their greasy mitts around the correct noise-making implements, settle their deadly attentions upon said idiom (you know, '60s garage ro...

    by Matt Neff on July 26, 2007
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    Subliminal Sundaze - Dub'll be your pleasure

    Celeb sensations David Beckham and Posh Spice aren't the only doses of coolness that England's been hurling across the pond lately. Witness the growth of dubstep, the darkly rhythmic and beyond-bassy EDM (electronic dance music) descendent of UK gara...

    by Benjamin Leatherman on July 26, 2007
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    Seven Nights of DJs and Dancing - Who's spinning what, where and when

    Thursday 26 Anderson's: S.W.A.G. Thursdays with DJ Essence, DJ Astonish, & Bryce Breeze (hip-hop, reggae, R&B) Bunkhouse: DJ Doom (dance) Club Mardi Gras: DJ Dana (outlaw country) Crown Room: DJ Gable (mash-ups, dance, rock, Top 40) ...

    on July 26, 2007
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    Fire Marshall Beck

    I received the following missive the other day from Marshall "Fucking" Beck, from local metal band Rebirth. Beck and my paper -- Michele Laudig in particular -- have had some beef in the past year, mostly because he encouraged his fans to write to Mi...

    @ Up on the Sun on February 16, 2007 @ 11:41 am
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    The Bled

    Shit's gotten a little vitriolic up in this bitch lately, so I'm going to (temporarily) tell you about something worth listening to... I've been listening to the grand, expansive latest album from Sweet Bleeders, one of multi-instrumentalist and pop ...

    @ Up on the Sun on February 15, 2007 @ 4:18 pm
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    Valentine's Day Massacre

    As I told you about last week, I spent this last weekend at the G-Unit/Money Management One Stop Shop producer's conference, where I ran into a grip of players in various factions of the local hip-hop industry, including local rag Xpoz Magazine. Xpo...

    @ Up on the Sun on February 14, 2007 @ 10:17 am
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    Cballa Redux

    Seems a few people took offense at my calling local rapper Cballa a "dumb fuck" for naming his album Blacc Hitla. Marcus Staples, who put out the album on his Clicc Made Entertainment imprint, asked "Do you consider Julius Caesar a tyrant?" (Well, ac...

    @ Up on the Sun on February 12, 2007 @ 1:33 pm
  • Up in Smoke - Looking for a place to puff

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    Up in Smoke - Looking for a place to puff

    Remember the good, old days (way back in April), when you could sit at the bar with your beer and suck on cancer sticks without freaking the fuck out about getting fined $50? Well, those days aren't exactly here again, but there are some places i...

    by Niki D'Andrea on July 19, 2007
  • Smokin'! - Music to inhale by

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    Smokin'! - Music to inhale by

    Below are four of my favorite "smoking songs" tunes from throughout the decades that capture the experience of filling one's lungs with vice. For a more comprehensive list, Google the words "High Times pot songs." 1. Fraternity of Man, "Dont Bo...

    by Niki D'Andrea on July 19, 2007
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