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    Various Local Artists - Thoughts Become Things (www.staticmanagementonline.com)

    This compilation easily could serve as a "Greatest Hits" of the Phoenix indie-rock scene. The CD opens with "Various Kitchen Utensils" by Skybox, a band that relocated to Chicago a couple years ago but whom we still claim as our own because their bra...

    by Niki D'Andrea on October 25, 2007
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    USSA - The Spoils (Fuzz Artists)

    With song titles such as "Dead Voices," "Cruel Beauty," and "Forget Yourself," it's a sure bet the USSA debut disc isn't going to be tagged power-pop or Americana. With members including Paul Barker of Ministry and Duane Denison of Jesus Lizard (and ...

    by Mark Keresman on October 25, 2007
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    Joni Mitchell - Shine (Hear Music)

    There's gotta be something in the coffee at Hear Music. Not only did they snatch Paul McCartney away from a 40-plus-year relationship with EMI, but they also got the elusive (and often reclusive) Joni Mitchell to go back into the recording studio nin...

    by Ernest Barteldes on October 25, 2007
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    Gojira

    The main difference between all the "Earth-friendly" artists that jumped on the Live Earth bandwagon (or flew to the concerts on fuel-guzzling private jets, in the case of the Beastie Boys and Red Hot Chili Peppers) and French death-metal band Gojira...

    by Niki D'Andrea on October 25, 2007
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    Guitar Shorty

    He played with some of the best when he was just 17: Ray Charles, Sam Cooke, Otis Rush, B.B. King and T-Bone Walker. Guitar Shorty (born David Kearney) credits the flamboyant Guitar Slim with inspiring him to incorporate somersaults and flips into hi...

    by Chris Parker on October 25, 2007
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    Phosphorescent

    Hold a Will Oldham look-alike contest, and Alabama native Matthew Houck might just win it (not that you could tell from his severely backlit Pride album cover). And like Oldham's former Palace Music collective, Phosphorescent is pretty much Houck and...

    by Rob Trucks on October 25, 2007
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    Georgie James

    For an indie-pop group, Georgie James has had a rapid ascent, and they deserve it. Former Q and Not U drummer John Davis put his head together with the band's other primary member, fellow Washington, D.C., songwriter Laura Burhenn, in 2005. Before lo...

    by Ben Westhoff on October 25, 2007
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    Halloween 2007 - So much beat it's scary

    Ghouls and goblins aren't the only things that are gonna go bump in the night during the next seven days, as countless DJs, turntablists, and spin doctors will blasting phat beats all across P-town in celebration of the annual frightfest known as Hal...

    by Benjamin Leatherman on October 25, 2007
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    Seven Nights of DJs and Dancing - Who's spinning what, where and when

    Thursday 25 Andersons Fifth Estate: MODE Thursdays with Sol Martinez, Sonique des Fleurs, & guests (deep house) Baja Tillys: DJ Adrian (old school, R&B, cumbia, reggaeton) Big Fish Pub: Chronik Frequency Thursdays with the Hazardous Crew fea...

    on October 25, 2007
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    Some R&R

    I still have a headache from visiting R&R Stix in East Mesa. I usually wait a couple of days after I hit a bar to review it (mostly to rid myself of the hangover), but I can't wait to get this place down on paper. I'm feeling like hell, my stomach ac...

    by C.M. Redding on October 25, 2007
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    Marshall and the Madhouse

    @ Up on the Sun on March 12, 2007 @ 11:17 am
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    Maverick Mavis - This Staples Singer still wants to change the world

    Mavis Staples may be 68 years old, but the righteous fire that distinguished so many of her rich, bottomless vocals during an extraordinary 50-plus-year career continues to burn brightly. When asked why the songs of struggle that make up We'll Never ...

    by Michael Roberts on October 18, 2007
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    Pit Stop - You can mosh, potato

    There was a time, in the early '90s, when there was no mosh pit I wouldn't brave. I loved the sweat-drenched chaos, the primordial release of pent-up aggression, the feeling of being one with a motley mass of metalheads. I even took pride in my post-...

    by Niki D'Andrea on October 18, 2007
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    Make It Merc - Friday night gets fancy

    After taking a week off, we wanted to return to the scene with some class. So instead of slumming it with plastic cups and scummy restrooms, we decided to check out the Phoenix dig that's known for a hot mess of $30K millionaires, the Merc Bar. On Fr...

    by Lilia Menconi on October 18, 2007
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    The Diva in Mr. John - New bio has a fresh take

    Until now, Elton John, Philip Norman's 1992 unauthorized biography of the piano man, has stood as the definitive word (also updated in 2000 as Sir Elton: The Definitive Biography, for those who missed the point). That's the tome where we first learne...

    by Serene Dominic on October 18, 2007
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    Peel It Up - Memoir of a radio hero

    Were you one of the thousands of hopefuls who submitted demo tapes to BBC Radio 1 DJ John Peel? Perhaps he didn't play it, let alone include it on his annual Festive 50 list. But consider this: Did you describe your music as "jazz"? Boast about your ...

    by Mike Appelstein on October 18, 2007
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    Witchcraft - The Alchemist (Rise Above)

    This CD sounds like sitting in the back of a 1976 Dodge van, surrounded by blacklight posters, clouds of incense smoke, and stacks of 8-tracks. Musically, it's like some time-warped orgy of Cream, Black Sabbath, and Electric Light Orchestra; lyricall...

    by Niki D'Andrea on October 18, 2007
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    Shelby James and the Crying Shames - Cadillac Valentine (self-released)

    Shelby James and the Crying Shames' Cadillac Valentine is an often sprightly blend of '90s rock, country, blues, driving bass and drums, and '60s-esque guitar and vocal riffs. Drawing on influences far and wide, the lyrics quote songs by everyone fro...

    by Sarah Ventre on October 18, 2007
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    Bruce Springsteen - Magic (Sony)

    Magic is being hyped as Springsteen's rocking return to his classic period, and that's understandable: The album contains lotsa familiar musical totems, not to mention lyrics about driving a highway until the road turns black, and a diner on the edge...

    by Michael Roberts on October 18, 2007
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    Konono No. 1 - Live at Couleur Caf (Crammed Disc)

    Konono No. 1 is from the Congo, and they make music unlike anything you've ever heard. Their music is based on the sound of the mingiedi, the Congolese thumb piano, also known as the kalimba and sanza. Band leader Mawangu Mingiedi moved to Kinshasa (...

    by j. poet on October 18, 2007
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