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    Melechesh - Emissaries (The End)

    Melechesh's geography which involves being a thrash/black-metal band from Israel comprising Armenian, Assyrian, Dutch, and Ukrainian musicians who've relocated to Europe makes for an interesting story, but it becomes doubly curious when you consi...

    by Aaron Burgess on February 8, 2007
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    The Good, the Bad & the Queen - The Good, the Bad & the Queen (Virgin)

    The opening track wastes no time living up to everything this latest reinvention from the desk of Damon Albarn promised Danger Mouse pushing the post-Lee Perry echo like The Clash in Sandinista! mode, with pulsing reggae bass from The Clash's own P...

    by Ed Masley on February 8, 2007
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    Clap Your Hands Say Yeah - Some Loud Thunder (Self-released)

    While your iTunes playlist is doubtless clogged with songs by bands well-suited to their noms de plume, Philly/NYC quartet Clap Your Hands Say Yeah is that rare act whose name describes the desired effect its music will have on listeners. Frontman Al...

    by Ray Cummings on February 8, 2007
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    Fishtank Ensemble - Born from the jammin' of a traveling show

    Well, oy vey!, opa!, and oh my gosh!, here's a world-music collective that plays an enchanting blend of Gypsy music (two of the five members of Fishtank Ensemble actually traveled across Europe in a caravan as Croque Mule) and other exotic styles, in...

    by Niki D'Andrea on February 8, 2007
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    Odes for V.D. - Musicians muster up their favorite seduction songs

    Few events on the U.S. holiday calendar muster the same degree of cynicism in people as Valentine's Day, the other notable dates being Christmas and Election Day. Somehow, this tradition that spans more than six centuries is now just as bad as a reli...

    by Cole Haddon on February 8, 2007
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    Party-Hopping Pit Stop - Popping cherries on Mill

    We liked the Scottsdale club life so much last week that we thought we might hit up a new hot spot, the Cherry Lounge & Pit in Tempe, on Friday, January 26. Mill Avenue was lively and teeming with drunkards when we trekked our way to the popular drin...

    by Lilia Menconi on February 1, 2007
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    Led Nuts - When you just have to keep a rock legend from swallowing his own tongue

    It's a chilly Saturday night downtown, and I've just met up with my friend Toxic JuJu to take in "The Phoenix Symphony Orchestra Performs the Music of Led Zeppelin" concert at Dodge Theatre. I didn't know what to wear for this do I throw on some je...

    by Niki D'Andrea on February 1, 2007
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    Unknown Legend - Somebody give Joe Ely the spotlight

    Joe Ely was born along the Rock Island line in Amarillo, three blocks from Route 66. At age 6, he witnessed Jerry Lee Lewis pounding a piano on the back of a flatbed truck. In his early twenties, he picked up a hitchhiking Townes Van Zandt, the now-m...

    by Andrew Marcus on February 1, 2007
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    Diamanda Gals with John Paul Jones - The Sporting Life (Mute)

    In an interview with Celebritycafe.com, John Paul Jones said that someone asked him if he didn't think The Sporting Life had a Led Zeppelin influence. He replied, "Don't you think Led Zeppelin has a John Paul Jones influence? I was a quarter of that ...

    by Niki D'Andrea on February 1, 2007
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    Hippie-Hop - Mellow rap is a soulful groove

    I've been following hip-hop since I first heard Run-D.M.C.'s King of Rock album when I was 11 years old. I'm not a fanatic, though; my sneering, hip-hop-obsessed DJ friends will tell you that. They just recently schooled me in hyphy, the cartoonish ...

    by Brendan Joel Kelley on February 1, 2007
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    Five Long Years - Great Smoky songwriter

    For all intents and purposes, Mark Linkous is Sparklehorse. And yet, despite a welcome move to a western North Carolina mountaintop and noteworthy assists from Tom Waits, Danger Mouse, and The Flaming Lips' Steven Drozd, his latest release, Dreamt fo...

    by Rob Trucks on February 1, 2007
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    G. Love & Special Sauce - You can call him G.

    G. Love and his Philly compadres Special Sauce may be one of the most unique musical acts to come to the fore of the indie scene in the last two decades. Marrying Beastie Boys-inspired funk and hip-hop with swampwater blues, some traditional lo-fi in...

    by Tracy M. Rogers on February 1, 2007
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    Spyro Gyra - Still not a Greek pasta dish

    Though no one's sure of the exact date, sometime in 1974, in the cold, cold town of Buffalo, New York, a young jazz combo by the name of Spyro Gyra hit the stage. Since then, the group has performed all over the world (seriously places like Andorra...

    by Rob Trucks on February 1, 2007
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    The Four Horsemen Tour - Coming soon to an apocalypse near you

    While promoters may have dubbed the tour featuring Guy Clark, Lyle Lovett, Joe Ely, and John Hiatt "The Four Horsemen Tour," a better name might have been "Three Texans and a Midwesterner." Or perhaps "The Founding Fathers Tour," as these four sing...

    by Tracy M. Rogers on February 1, 2007
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    The Shins - Wincing the Night Away (Sub Pop)

    The Shins have gone heavy on atmosphere, light on the rocking on Wincing the Night Away, which only makes it that much more effective on those rare occasions in which they do kick it in more than two minutes into the opening track, for example, whe...

    by Ed Masley on February 1, 2007
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    MC Lars - Postpunkitude

    Dubbed a "post-punk laptop MC," Brooklyn musician MC Lars has almost initiated a new form of music with his fast-talking, rap-ish songs about pop culture. With his compositions of electronic beats and blips, as well as actual instrumentals, MC Lars s...

    by Emily Zemler on February 1, 2007
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    Norah Jones - Not Too Late (Blue Note)

    Norah Jones may have begun her career as the leader of the new-jazz movement, but subsequent releases have proven the chanteuse equally if not more in tune with '70s singer-songwriter fare, '60s R&B, and contemporary Americana. Her latest, Not To...

    by Tracy M. Rogers on February 1, 2007
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    Style Council - Scoot on down

    Oi! If you're a hepcat scooter kid looking for somewhere to take your Vespa, head for the George & Dragon English Restaurant and Pub, 4240 North Central Avenue, on Wednesday, February 7, when local DJ impresario William Fucking Reed debuts his newest...

    by Benjamin Leatherman on February 1, 2007
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    Seven Nights of DJs and Dancing - Who's spinning what, where and when

    Thursday 1 Blue Note: DJs Soloman, & Fred J, & guests (lounge, hip-hop) Bobby C's: Willie B (old school R&B) Bunkhouse: DJ Doom (dance) Cat Eye: Punk Rock Thursdays (rock, punk) Cherry Lounge: DJs Tranzl8tr, & Earth (rock, '80s, old scho...

    on February 1, 2007
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    The top 10 selling CDs at Zia Record Exchange, 2510 West Thunderbird Road - Chart-busters for the week

    1. The Shins, Wincing the Night Away (Sub Pop) 2. Stone Sour, Come What(ever) May (Roadrunner Records) 3. Eminem Presents, The Re-Up (Shady Records) 4. Saliva, Blood Stained Love Story (Island) 5. Primus, They Can't All Be Zingers (Inters...

    on February 1, 2007
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