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    More Bad Habits - Nuns on the run

    I know there are people out there who spend their time considering what's punk rock and what isn't. I'm not one of them. But something happened not long ago that's made me think a lot about what's punk. And I can tell you that the most punk rock thin...

    by Niki D'Andrea on August 2, 2007
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    Now and Zen - Let the pre-drinking begin

    This week, Club Candids decided to hit up our favorite pre-party place in Phoenix, Zen 32. The sushi restaurant has a late-night menu and stellar bar service, so we often make a pit stop there before heading out for the evening's real shindig. On Sat...

    by Lilia Menconi on August 2, 2007
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    Celebrity Death Match: Hill vs. McGraw - Duet and wild

    Two married pop-country superstars, one stage, one burning question: Who would win in a celebrity death match between these two happily married artists? Why Faith Hill Will Win: With hits like "Wild One," "This Kiss," "Breathe," and "Mississipp...

    by Cole Haddon on August 2, 2007
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    Offbeat, But Right On - Completely adorkable

    Curly, raven-haired Annie Clark (a.k.a. St. Vincent) is a beautiful dork and potential prom queen of the science and math magnet school, seemingly groomed like the protagonist of Princess Diaries for the indie-pop throne. A quirky, imaginative musici...

    by Chris Parker on August 2, 2007
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    Big, Rotten Apple - For The Comas, New York cured the blues at the cost of creativity

    It took the hills of Tennessee to shake The Comas' singer and guitarist, Andy Herod, of his bad habits. But the story goes back farther, to 2004's breakout release, Conductor, penned in the wake of his breakup with Dawson's Creek star Michelle Willia...

    by Chris Parker on August 2, 2007
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    Janis Joplin Crap N Vomit - Part Fink (Statutory Records)

    Janis Joplin Crap N Vomit likes to annoy. Scratch that. The bloody bastards love to freaking annoy. Whether it's provoking MySpace's Tommy boy to delete their original profile because of their apparently grotesque band name, or their anti-press relea...

    by Steve Jansen on August 2, 2007
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    Jelts - Sunset in the City (Earsweat Records)

    Descriptions such as "quaint" and "charming" are not the way a hip-hop artist would like to have his music explained. But if the kicks fit, then all you can do is flaunt 'em. In Jelts' most recent release, Sunset in the City (available for free downl...

    by Taylor Kim on August 2, 2007
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    Turbonegro - Retox (Cooking Vinyl)

    Who can solve Turbonegro's riddle of the sphincter? The six-piece punk band from Oslo, Norway chose a moniker that evoked "a large, well-equipped, armed black male in a fast car, out for vengeance." Yet they've described themselves as "threatening ga...

    by Niki D'Andrea on August 2, 2007
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    Sleepytime Gorilla Museum - In Glorious Times (The End Records)

    Every music lover has a line beyond which material that had been intriguing becomes self-indulgent. On In Glorious Times, the Museum members don't just cross this line; they flip back and forth over it like Carly Patterson on angel dust, daring liste...

    by Michael Roberts on August 2, 2007
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    DJ Mayonnaise - Still Alive (Anticon)

    Eight years have passed since DJ Mayonnaise's debut LP, and while the Portland, Maine producer piled droning keyboards, brass, and ample noise on downtempo beats for Still Alive during this hiatus, he held fast on an apparent refusal to choose a less...

    by Dominic Umile on August 2, 2007
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    Zac Harmon - Coming from Jackson

    Like a well-kept vacuum chamber, the Rhythm Room seems to have a spot-on knack for sucking in each and every sincere, deep-souled bluesman our venerable national swamp is able to cough up. Picking through the lot could be a real chore, but hell, in t...

    by Matt Neff on August 2, 2007
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    Sounds of the Underground - They've come to the surface

    There are some things in life that most people agree are worth experiencing. The duration of a sunset, airplane sex, and an in-person peek at the Grand Canyon are all commonly agreed upon as must-do things by everyone, even if only done just once. Lo...

    by Daniel Raven on August 2, 2007
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    Pterodactyl - Neither extinct nor extinguished

    The difference between noise and noisy rock is in the ear of the beholder, something Pterodactyl realized after initially aping a drunken, cacophonous wreck. Adding structure to their throttling throb, they couch little gems of guitar creativity in j...

    by Chris Parker on August 2, 2007
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    South Side Sessions - Get down

    With its ramshackle buildings, barren lots, and dodgy reputation, south Phoenix ain't exactly the kinda place we'd normally suggest you hang around after dark. But on Friday, August 3, you'll definitely wanna make the trip south of Interstate 17 to e...

    by Benjamin Leatherman on August 2, 2007
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    Seven Nights of DJs and Dancing - Who's spinning what, where and when

    Thursday 2 Bikini Lounge: Sophisticated Boom Boom with DJ HFE (rockabilly, surf, jazz, classic country, indie, obscuro, R&B) Bobby C's: Willy B. (old-school R&B) Burn: Club She with DJ Domenica (hip-hop, indie, electro) Charlie's: DJ Bry...

    on August 2, 2007
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    Oh, Kay

    There's nothing quite like dive-bar karaoke at 7 on a Thursday night. Especially in a No. 1 dive like Kay's Lounge. When my guest pig, Zep, and I open the door to this place, it is immediately palpable that the new NO SMOKING legislation is a hug...

    by C.M. Redding on August 2, 2007
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    Punk Rock?

    After you get your fix of thugcore Danzig-bashing DJism, get some sleep before Friday's Skullcracker show at the Big Fish Pub (aka the contender for worst venue ever, how they get these shows I'll never know). Skullcracker's joined by Last Action Zer...

    @ Up on the Sun on December 6, 2006 @ 2:30 pm
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    And It Begins...

    and tell me why, we'll hook it up. Sean Shepherd From Sean Shepherd, manager of the Liar's Handshake, amongst others: Sup, cracker! Ideas from my head to your screen. My 6 Best of 2006 6) Tool at Gammage. Pro's at work. A strange...

    @ Up on the Sun on December 5, 2006 @ 3:35 pm
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    When Worlds Collide

    Hang out with too many musicians too much of the time, and you're bound to get some surreal-life moments where you threaten the space-time continuum by placing opposing elements in too close a proximity. Last night I had such an experience, and lucki...

    @ Up on the Sun on December 5, 2006 @ 2:58 pm
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    2006 Ear Infection Pandemic Poll

    Seems a little pissing match has erupted on the interweb in the masturbatory little world of music criticism, between my own company and sister paper Village Voice's annual Pazz & Jop Critics' Poll and Gawker media's too-cool-for-school Idolator musi...

    @ Up on the Sun on December 4, 2006 @ 4:43 pm
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