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    House of Dance - Spin-win situation

    A few weeks ago, I helped judge the Ultra DJ Spinoff at Myst in Scottsdale. Six finalists had 25 minutes each to impress the judges (who also included DJs Pete "Supermix" Salaz, and Inertia, and the crowd), with the winner receiving an expenses-paid ...

    by Brendan Joel Kelley on March 22, 2007
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    Echo & The Bunnymen - The Very Best of Echo & The Bunnymen: More Songs to Learn and Sing (Rhino)

    British post-punks/pre-New Wavers Echo & The Bunnymen released Songs to Learn and Sing in 1985, and 10 of the tracks that made the first comp are included here, most notably hit singles like "Rescue," "Do It Clean," "The Cutter" and "The Killing Moon...

    by Niki D'Andrea on March 22, 2007
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    The Fall - Reformation Post T.L.C. (Narnack)

    Sharon Stone makes another movie, bands of the 1978-1982 epoch reunite, technology advances, trans-fats are banned yet The Fall persevere, with Mark E. Smith the sole remaining founding member. Tart-tongued leader Smith still rants like he's got th...

    by Mark Keresman on March 22, 2007
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    Drinking Green - Shamrock 'n' roll at Rosie McCaffrey's

    Not that we needed an excuse to go out and get drunk, but at least this time, we had a good reason to buy a new green shirt, because it was a St. Patrick's Day celebration, baby, and we sure as hell didn't want to invite any pinching (we get enough o...

    by Lilia Menconi on March 22, 2007
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    Religious Knives - Remains (No Fun)

    This ain't a scene, it's a bottomless, underground-market glut: '00s noise upstarts spinning off fly-by-night collabos la '80s Marvel Comics limited series. Members of dronecore sorcerers Double Leopards and ever-metamorphizing duo Mouthus teamed u...

    by Ray Cummings on March 22, 2007
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    Southern Man - Mighty Mississippi

    J.J. Grey, front man for country-fried funk 'n' soul band Mofro, comes from the Florida swamplands and a rich storytelling tradition. Hints of both seep into the songs on Mofro's latest, Country Ghetto, which contains a few tracks originally penned f...

    by Niki D'Andrea on March 22, 2007
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    Modest Mouse - We Were Dead Before the Ship Even Sank (Sony)

    Ex-Smiths guitarist Johnny Marr knows a little something about dealing with strong-willed vocalists (ahem, Morrissey), so it's no surprise that his contributions to the poppiest Modest Mouse record yet are solid. But it's still a treat to hear how fo...

    by Annie Zaleski on March 22, 2007
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    Various Artists - Johnny Greenwood is the Controller (Trojan/Sanctuary)

    During its heyday in the '70s, reggae powerhouse Trojan Records never released an album in the U.S., but Trojan imports were must-haves for every serious reggae collection. Although it's not obvious in his work with Radiohead, Johnny Greenwood is a h...

    by j. poet on March 22, 2007
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    Seven Nights of DJs and Dancing - Who's spinning what, where and when

    Thursday 22 Axis/Radius: Ladies' Night (hip-hop, rock, dance) AZ 88: Mr. P-Body (synth pop, electro) Bikini Lounge: DJ Shane Kennedy (various) Blue Note: DJ Soloman, & Fredj (acid jazz, trip-hop) Bobby C's: Willie B (old school R&B) B...

    on March 22, 2007
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    Chris Robley

    Musicians working solo in the singer/songwriter category don't have it easy the label alone scares off a lot of listeners, thanks to a stigma of ceaseless sameness and average acts flooding the genre with acoustic guitars, granola warbling, and phi...

    by Niki D'Andrea on March 22, 2007
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    Xiu Xiu - Painfully alone for a reason, maybe

    The kings and queen of raw, naked pain and quavering, sheltered emotionalism will bring their irresistibly precious brand of experimental indie pop to the Valley next Sunday. Songwriter Jamie Stewart, his cousin Caralee McElroy, and drummer Ches Smit...

    by Matthew Neff on March 22, 2007
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    Anglique Kidjo - Out of Africa

    Listening to Anglique Kidjo's forthcoming album, Dijn Dijn (Razor & Tie), is like attending a crash course in World Music 101. Her 11th full-length, scheduled for a May 1 release, is filled with familiar Western classical-inspired formulas poppy h...

    by Steve Jansen on March 22, 2007
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    Wieners' Circle - It was the wurst of times

    "Ten bucks says I can get one of these guys to show me their wiener," my friend Toxic JuJu tells me, as we grab some seats at the bar inside Pumphouse II to take in a gay male revue. I look around the bar. The place is packed with men, but I don't...

    by Niki D'Andrea on March 22, 2007
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    Lovedrug - New side effects

    When indie-rock radio embraces a song before a band has even released a proper full-length which is what happened to Lovedrug and the ethereal "Down Towards the Healing" it's easy to think the group is riding high on musical Easy Street. But inst...

    by Julie Seabaugh on March 22, 2007
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    A Case of the Tuesdays - School night, schmool night

    When they aren't busy letting loose in Black Rock City, local Burning Man freaks DJ Kodama and Chromatest J. Pantsmaker (a.k.a. the Salacious BeatSlingers) have been giving Valley hepcats a reason to stay out late on a school night with their weekly ...

    by Benjamin Leatherman on March 22, 2007
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    Mix Up the 'Nix - Start the madness

    Consider this a call to arms. In the wake of the arrests of DJ Drama, Don Cannon, and their crew, the Aphilliates, in Atlanta in January for distributing mix tapes with copyrighted songs (that the major labels were paying them to pimp) I'm asking...

    by Brendan Joel Kelley on March 15, 2007
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    Sebadoh Boy - Reissue, reuinion, return

    It's been hailed as Sebadoh's defining moment and "a meeting place for indie universes." But not to the bastard controlling the purse strings at Homestead Records. For his money, 1991's III, a collision of sensitive indie-folk balladry, weird psy...

    by Ed Masley on March 15, 2007
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    Alabama Thunderpussy - Open Fire (Relapse Records)

    For the past several years, Alabama Thunderpussy has been on an unwitting journey to become the Van Halen of stoner doom metal. ATP started with no singer, picked up Johnny Throckmorton for its first four albums, replaced Throckmorton with Johnny Wei...

    by Niki D'Andrea on March 15, 2007
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    Power Trio - Precious metal

    The "No Fear" tour is a tasty musical menagerie of acts at the forefront of their particular metal flavor. Metalcore representative Killswitch Engage combines a blitzkrieg bottom end that hunts with the springing fury of Pantera, labyrinthine Sca...

    by Chris Parker on March 15, 2007
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    Flying Canyon - Flying Canyon (Soft Abuse)

    Singer-songwriter Cayce Lindner sports a thick gray beard, calls Northern California home, and plucks an acoustic guitar. This means most music writers are going to describe his new project, Flying Canyon, as a symptom of this whole freak-folk, indie...

    by Justin P. Farrar on March 15, 2007
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