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2005 Stories by Mosi Reeves

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  • 50 Cent featuring Mobb Deep

    published September 8, 2005

    50 Cent may be the most hated star in the game, inspiring more dis records than LL Cool J in the "Rock the Bells" era. But it's difficult to front... More >>

  • Hate It or Love It

    published July 28, 2005

    Remember the winter of 1999? Eminem and Royce Da 5'9" had just dropped "Nuthin' to Do/Scary Movies," a twelve-inch so hot that DJs spun it even... More >>

  • Out of Step

    published July 7, 2005

    The first things you notice when you visit Sweat Records are the pastel colors. Several canvasses by local artists such as LEBO, Duane Hosein, and... More >>

  • The End

    published July 7, 2005

    It has been a little more than two years since I wrote my first "Basshead" column. It ended with the sentence: "Perhaps that's why, when I first... More >>

  • Little Atlas

    published July 7, 2005

    Miami quartet Little Atlas calls itself an art-rock band, but its music skews closer to the adventures of Genesis, Yes, and Rush than the... More >>

  • Doormouse

    published July 7, 2005

    Dan "Doormouse" Martin is one of the only local producers making breakcore, the latest twist on experimental electronic music. Operating in a... More >>

  • Evette

    published July 7, 2005

    Like most on Eight76's roster, Evette shuttles between her native Jamaica and South Florida, using both territories to foment her music career. As... More >>

  • DJ'ing Is Easy

    published June 30, 2005

    DJ'ing isn't easy. It usually takes years of sweating it out in hole-in-the-wall nightclubs, passing out mix CDs to anyone who'll take one, and... More >>

  • Word Life

    published June 30, 2005

    When Renea L. Moss took the microphone during Mello Mondays, the District's weekly spoken-word event, there were few men in the room. The... More >>

  • Esthero

    published June 30, 2005

    Wikkid Lil Girls is light years removed from the sub-Björk-isms that infected Breath from Another, Esthero's 1998 debut.... More >>

  • Remembrance

    published June 30, 2005

    July 4 is all about freedom -- at least for the privileged Americans who can afford to buy it -- so what better way to spend the weekend than to... More >>

  • Kill Memory Crash

    published June 30, 2005

    If most of the Ghostly International clique, led by sterling electronic producers Matthew Dear and Tadd Mullinix, is the resurrection/remix of all... More >>

  • Steve Lawler and Danny Tenaglia

    published June 30, 2005

    Those who love to laze along Miami Beach's well-trod sands will still want plenty of sun come July 4, so why not listen to some good music while... More >>

  • Ge-ology

    published June 23, 2005

    Ge-ology Plays Ge-ology works almost in spite of itself. At 30 tracks, it's way too long, more of a compilation of Ge-ology's many remixes,... More >>

  • Tom Stephan

    published June 23, 2005

    "Dirty Filthy," "Wowie Zowie," "Sugar": the world of London-based producer Tom "Superchumbo" Stephan is big and booming, as fat (as in the... More >>

  • The Best of Shaq

    published June 16, 2005

    This week there is no joy in Mudville. Winter and spring have ended, stemming the influx of tourists and supermarket checkout celebrities. The... More >>

  • THIS JUST IN

    published June 16, 2005

    It's an annual rite of passage in these here parts: Ozzfest returns to South Florida for a tenth anniversary edition! Leading the pack of... More >>

  • Classical Hip-Hop

    published June 9, 2005

    Yes, this is another story about a local hip-hop act. In case you didn't know, Miami-Dade County has become a way station for American rappers,... More >>

  • The Black Eyed Peas

    published June 9, 2005

    Since their promising 1998 debut, Behind the Front, the Black Eyed Peas have become the group you love to hate, an unabashedly pop act who... More >>

  • Masta Ace

    published June 9, 2005

    Since first appearing (and being overshadowed by Big Daddy Kane and Craig G) on the posse classic "The Symphony" way back in 1988, Masta... More >>

  • Home Listening

    published June 2, 2005

    As is the case in all major American cities, you can hear almost any sound in Miami, from cheap crunk and tribal house to meat-market salsa and... More >>

  • Isolée

    published June 2, 2005

    Rajko "Isolée" Mueller's 2000 debut, Rest, was a classic piece of electronic music that truly encapsulated tech-house, a term that has been k... More >>

  • JVC Jazz Festival

    published June 2, 2005

    Spread out over five days and numerous venues, this year's JVC Jazz Festival boasts a truly impressive list of talent. The main concert, which... More >>

  • Armando Orbón

    published June 2, 2005

    This month Centro Cultural Español is cosponsoring five concerts, four of which are free. The series includes performances by singer-songwriter Mi... More >>

  • Jask

    published June 2, 2005

    In 2005, house music is still everywhere. Want proof? Meet Jask, a producer from Tampa, of all places, who is slowly building a reputation with... More >>

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