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    Ten Dollar Outfit - And that's a lot of jam

    While Ten Dollar Outfit shies away from the "jam band" label, they are sorta like Phoenix's own version of Widespread Panic-meets-John Mayer, and singer/guitarist Brian Chartrand even admits, "I don't like playing or singing a song the same way . . ...

    by Niki D'Andrea on January 25, 2007
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    Mike Dillon's Go-Go Jungle - Have you ever really looked at your hand?

    Welcome to your Woodstock '69 flash back! While you're getting naked and covering yourself in mud like a dirty hippie, don't forget to grab an empty coffee can and drum along to Mike Dillon's Go-Go Jungle, the best psychedelic '60s-sounding cult band...

    by Niki D'Andrea on January 25, 2007
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    Jack's Mannequin - See you at the Rec Center

    Even if you aren't familiar with Jack's Mannequin singer and pianist Andrew McMahon's former band, the undeniably emo Something Corporate, it's easy to see the musician's innate songwriting talent when he performs. Melding memorable choruses, clever ...

    by Emily Zemler on January 25, 2007
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    Oh Doctor - Color Behind Closed Eyes (self-released)

    While Oh Doctor doesn't really fit comfortably into the "emo" category, its music does bear some resemblance to bands in that genre: the impassioned, "I'm-dying-from-intelligent-introspection" wails of the Nixon brothers, Acey and Kodi (who also play...

    by Niki D'Andrea on January 25, 2007
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    Boredoms - Super Roots, Super Roots 3, Super Roots 5 (Vice Records)

    While they rose to prominence in America via a bewildering major-label deal and two high-profile stints on Lollapalooza, Japanese noise troupe Boredoms had been cult favorites for years leading up to their big break, with a slew of impish, onanistic ...

    by Aaron Burgess on January 25, 2007
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    Bracken - We Know About the Need (Anticon)

    The further Anticon strays from its original granola posi-artiste rap roots, the more intriguing this Oakland, California label becomes. England's Bracken represents the latest link in the imprint's evolutionary chain, though slotting We Know About t...

    by Ray Cummings on January 25, 2007
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    Peanut Butter Wolf Presents - Stones Throw Ten Years (Stones Throw)

    Established in 1996 by producer Chris "Peanut Butter Wolf" Manak, Stones Throw serves as a benchmark for innovative hip-hop music. This compilation, originally released last year as an in-store exclusive through Guitar Center, arrives at the height o...

    by Mosi Reeves on January 25, 2007
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    Lily Allen - Alright, Still (Capitol)

    The first words out of Lily Allen's mouth here are on the song "Smile": "When you first left me, I was wanting more/But you were fucking that girl next door." So yeah, she's got the cheeky British attitude that did so well for Lady Sovereign. But des...

    by Ed Masley on January 25, 2007
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    Jay Reatard - Blood Visions (In the Red)

    Remember the first time you heard the Pixies classic "Where Is My Mind?"? It condensed the euphoria of cutting anchor and sailing into the abyss into a four-minute pop song. Now Jay Reatard (that Memphis garage-punker from the Lost Sounds, the Reatar...

    by Jennifer Maerz on January 25, 2007
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    The Lick - We know where it's been

    Free time has got to be the eternal enemy of local DJ impresario Hyder. When the turntable trickster isn't spinning at The Blunt Club on Thursdays at Hollywood Alley, he's working the wax at Shimmy Mondays at Trax, hooking up with the scenesters of t...

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

    Thursday 25 AZ 88: Mr. P-Body (synth pop, electro) Blue Note: DJs Soloman, & Fred J, & guests (lounge, hip-hop, house) Bobby C's: Willie B (old school R&B) Cherry Lounge: DJs Tranzl8tr, & Earth (rock, 80s, old school, hip-hop) Club Vibe:...

    on January 25, 2007
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    Top 10 selling CDs at Hoodlums Music in the ASU Memorial Union building in Tempe - Chart-busters for the week

    1. Mos Def, True Magic (Geffen Records) 2. Nas, Hip-Hop Is Dead (Def Jam) 3. John Mayer, The Village Sessions (SonyBMG) 4. The Beatles, Love (Capitol) 5. Matisyahu, No Place To Be (Sony) 6. Joanna Newsom, Ys (Drag City/Caroline) 7. ...

    on January 25, 2007
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    Gorillaz in the Animist - Shock and awwwww. . .

    What's cool about Gorillaz is you don't need Jamie Hewlett's animation to appreciate the genius of the music. But what's even cooler is the way that animation steals the show on any number of the highlights in the awe-inspiring Gorillaz compilation D...

    by Ed Masley on January 18, 2007
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    Boys Do Cry - And they like girls

    The members of Boys Like Girls live at home in the suburbs with their parents and write vague, emotionally charged songs sugarcoated with precision pop hooks. Add Martin Johnson's wavering, pained voice, a requisite ambiguous name, and producer Matt ...

    by Glenn BurnSilver on January 18, 2007
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    Jelts and Idolize - Tomorrow's Last Try (Earsweat Records)

    In addition to boasting the slickest use of samples and instrumentation this side of a Moby/Diddy collaboration, Tomorrow's Last Try also contains the most hardcore local hip-hop song ever recorded, in the form of track nine, "Zombie Jesus." The song...

    by Niki D'Andrea on January 18, 2007
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    Clinic - Visitations (Domino)

    The members of Liverpool's Clinic are up to their surgical masks in Nuggets-worthy psychedelic splendor here, from the bass-driven pulse of an opening track whose instrumental section could practically pass for The Yardbirds paying tribute to the Far...

    by Ed Masley on January 18, 2007
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    Sound Systym - Disc out of the box

    It's difficult to describe even after spending a third of my life employed doing exactly that the music on the Lymbyc Systym's new LP, Love Your Abuser, to be released on the 23rd of this month. The duo, local brothers Jared and Michael Bell (Mic...

    by Brendan Joel Kelley on January 18, 2007
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    The Glimmers - Fabriclive31 (Fabric)

    If you like The Glimmers' penchant for spinning the best in disco punk, but just haven't warmed to the Belgian DJ duo's sense of rhythm, check out this album. The Glimmers' new contribution to the indomitable Fabric series is an improvement over thei...

    by Mosi Reeves on January 18, 2007
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    Rock Docs Are Go! - As CDs wither, the low-budget rockumentary is born again

    The digital age has become a major curse to the major labels: Album sales fell 4 percent in 2005, 4.6 percent in 2006. But for rock 'n' rolling indie entrepreneurs with access to editing gear, digital cameras and life-rights, a brand-new art form has...

    by Johnny Angel on January 18, 2007
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    Various Artists - Roots of Rumba Rock: Congo Classics 1953-1955 (Crammed Discs)

    Ever since Buena Vista Social Club, Afro-Cuban music has been on the radar of mainstream trend spotters both old and young. Yet the majority of new releases and rereleases since BVSC have concentrated on the Caribbean side of the equation (with the p...

    by Eric K. Arnold on January 18, 2007
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