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    From Bad Brains to Good Vibes - Groove is in the HR

    One of the most volatile and acclaimed bands to rise out of the Washington, D.C., hardcore punk scene in the early '80s, Bad Brains overcame novelty status (four men of color playing punk) by mixing blazing speed and virtuosity with reggae riddims an...

    by Glenn BurnSilver on June 14, 2007
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    Norah Jones, and M. Ward - Two full courses

    Say what you will about Norah Jones, but the woman has the guts to choose opening acts that could potentially blow her off the stage. On her last go-round, Jones enlisted the mighty Gillian Welch to warm up the crowd, and this tour features the consi...

    by Christian Schaeffer on June 14, 2007
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    Skinny Puppy Bites Back - Go to your icky place

    When industrial rock gods Skinny Puppy play the Marquee Theatre on Tuesday, there is only one thing that audience members can truly count on: fucking insanity. The band, which has regularly reinvented itself since its formation in the early '80s, bui...

    by Daniel Raven on June 14, 2007
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    Great Lake Swimmers - The mountain says what

    File Great Lake Swimmers under "alternative Canadian country" faster (sometimes) than a speeding Iron & Wine, less intense than a galloping Band of Horses and just about exactly as nasal as a youthful Neil Young (because though you can take the ban...

    by Rob Trucks on June 14, 2007
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    The Via Maris - The Wilderness Underneath (Perfect Circle Records)

    Now is as good a time as ever to redefine "desert rock." For most people, it means expansive country rock with a couple of cacti in the background. But now, thanks to urban sprawl, it often means expansive country rock music surrounded by lots of spo...

    by Serene Dominic on June 14, 2007
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    Tortoise - Post brain flakes

    Amidst the bombast of Nirvana-influenced alternative rock in the '90s, a handful of Chicago-based musicians pioneered the genre of music tagged by critics as "post rock." Mixing a heady compound of jazz improvisation and outsider indie mentality, pos...

    by Chris Nixon on June 14, 2007
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    Bassnectar - Land on his flower

    San Francisco mixmaster extraordinaire Lorin Ashton, a.k.a. Bassnectar, has spent the past decade in the Bay Area's underground scene amassing a legion of fans who dig his exotic sonic concoctions, which blend thickly warbling bass lines, spastic tec...

    by Benjamin Leatherman on June 14, 2007
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    Seven Nights of DJs and Dancing - Who's spinning what, where and when

    Thursday 14 Anderson's: S.W.A.G. Thursdays with DJ Essence, DJ Astonish, & Bryce Breeze (hip-hop, reggae, R&B) Axis/Radius: Ladies Night (hip-hop, rock, dance) Baja Tilly's: DJ Adrian (old school, R&B, cumbia, reggaeton) Bikini Lounge: So...

    on June 14, 2007
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    The Mane of Mayer's Existence - Hair today, hair tomorrow

    Whatever your feelings about John Mayer, it's difficult not to appreciate his hair, much in the same way it's difficult not to appreciate Hugh Grant's. Both share the same thick, wavy, dark brown locks that, let's face it, make the lady-folk swoon. F...

    by Cole Haddon on June 7, 2007
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    On Keeping Kidman - A star is married

    Actors and actresses have a long history of falling for musicians. But, generally, those musicians are rock stars, sexually ambiguous pop stars, and members (or former members) of boy bands. Country stars used to rank on the "cool list," below white ...

    by Cole Haddon on June 7, 2007
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    Traveler - Phoenicia (self-released)

    Who coined the term "world music?" Was it foreigners, resigned to Yankee cultural imperialism, who created it for Americans to signify "music you aren't expected to like"? Or was it Westerners themselves, who like to tap their toes to a snappy melody...

    by Serene Dominic on June 7, 2007
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    The Morning Kennedy Was Shot - Pictures of Things Worth Looking At (self-released)

    There's a hippie hiding in here somewhere. Behind the dreamy, intentionally off-key harmonies, under the shuffling, soft snare drums, inside the closet with the plucky guitar that's trying to fade out of all the songs, there's something very sloppy-'...

    by Niki D'Andrea on June 7, 2007
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    The Back of Love - Lindsey Buckingham has big, big love for his work

    Lindsey Buckingham is an artist. He peppers his conversation with references to Picasso and Pollock. He speaks of sounds as "colors." And like the stereotypical artiste, the Fleetwood Mac guitarist has been characterized as enigmatic, remote, even fl...

    by Rob Trucks on June 7, 2007
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    Jefferson Airplane - Sweeping Up the Spotlight: Jefferson Airplane Live at the Fillmore East 1969 (RCA)

    More than the Grateful Dead, San Francisco's Jefferson Airplane defined the summer of love's hippie ethos: lysergic lyrics ("White Rabbit"), an anti-authoritarian, us-versus-them attitude, and sonic eclecticism (rock, folk, jazz, blues, and world mus...

    by Mark Keresman on June 7, 2007
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    Get Lost - Thank you for Leafing

    Our biggest complaint about the First Friday art walks is the lack of venues for getting stinking drunk. Carly's has a huge waiting list, The Roosevelt is packed beyond capacity, and Bikini Lounge's cash machine is usually tapped out by 10 p.m. The s...

    by Lilia Menconi on June 7, 2007
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    Sage Francis - Human the Death Dance (Epitaph)

    Of Rhode Island MC Paul "Sage" Francis' fourth solo album, Filter magazine wrote, "You can call it emo or you can call it hip-hop." (Cue the sound of squealing brakes.) Huh? Francis may have been a member of Midwest emo-rap group Atmosphere, but ther...

    by Niki D'Andrea on June 7, 2007
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    Number Sine - Pita mingle

    Effortless projects seem to be kissed by fate, just like the newly released EP by local indie-electronica trio Number Sine. Formed after a chance meeting at Pita Jungle, and signed after sending out only one CD, they're gearing up for a national tour...

    by Sloane Burwell on June 7, 2007
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    The Wreckers - Girl group goodness

    Stand Still, Look Pretty is an apt title for pop-country duo The Wreckers. Not only are Michelle Branch and her former backup singer, Jennifer Harp, easy on the eyes, but their lilting, almost childlike harmonies are gorgeous. With practically interc...

    by Tracy M. Rogers on June 7, 2007
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    Unsane - Heavy fuel

    Reality does bear out this theorem: The smaller the band, the greater the intensity. Trios have generated some of the loudest, most intense, most volatile squall: Cream, Blue Cheer, Minutemen, Painkiller (John Zorn, Bill Laswell, and ex-Napalm Death ...

    by Mark Keresman on June 7, 2007
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    Jason Trachtenburg - Skippin' slides

    As the guitarist of the Trachtenburg Family Slideshow Players, Jason Trachtenburg swaps singing duties with his teenage daughter (and drummer), Rachel, while his wife, Tina, operates a slide projector, casting old images of other families' birthday p...

    by Niki D'Andrea on June 7, 2007
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