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    Z-Trip - Shifting Gears (Hollywood)

    DJ Z-Trip's proper debut album tips a Kangol to hip-hop and electro pioneers but lacks the imagination to push those lessons forward, so it's up to the disc's dozen guests to generate some traction. Lyrics Born's infectious party growl ("The Get Down...

    by Michael Alan Goldberg on April 21, 2005
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    Jon Spencer and Matt Verta-Ray - Heavy Trash (Yep Roc)

    Elvis lives ... in spirit anyway, as reflected by this retro collaboration between Jon Spencer, leader of his self-dubbed Blues Explosion, and Matt Verta-Ray from rockabilly revivalists Speedball Baby. Vintage-sounding rockers such as "Dark Hair'd ...

    by Lee Zimmerman on April 21, 2005
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    MDC

    Inmate, squatter, Maximum Rock 'n' Roll columnist, educator of developmentally disabled students, and punk rocker: 47-year-old Dave Dictor has been many things. But his insane stamina and boundless inspiration still gives younger punk rockers a run f...

    by Abel Folgar on April 21, 2005
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    Garbage - Bleed Like Me (Geffen)

    Garbage's Bleed Like Me is like being stuck in a flittering concussion. Sure, Shirley Manson remains a pale neurotic who gets emotionally beaten up (or so she tells you) and clings to her not-a-Barbie complex on "Why Do You Love Me." But now she's al...

    by Hunter Stephenson on April 21, 2005
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    Matthew Sabatella - Ballad of America Volume One: Over a Wide and Fruitful Land Slipstream Productions by Jonathan Zwickel

    South Florida's veteran gold-throated troubadour, Matthew Sabatella, was born to make an album such as Ballad of America. This low-key, acoustic opus is more a Folkways Smithsonian-style history lesson than a random assortment of wispy, coffee shop f...

    on April 21, 2005
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    Autechre - Untilted (Warp)

    The IDM-pioneering British pair Autechre is never boring. Its eighth full-length, Untilted, is a simultaneously impressive and intimidating study in rhythm. Barely-there melodies season a succession of ominous beats. Frenetic kicks hit lithely like t...

    by Rich Juzwiak on April 21, 2005
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    Caf Tacuba - Un Viaje (Universal Latino)

    Mexican alt-rockers Cafe Tacuba present their fans with Un Viaje (A Journey), a live two-disc/DVD chronicling their fifteen years in the game. For those who haven't experienced them live, this is a chance to witness their pleasantly anarchic sound an...

    by Angie Romero on April 21, 2005
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    Doofgoblin

    Mechanical anti-rock? Asymmetrical hip-hop? Experimental electronica? If you can summarize Doofgoblin's unambiguously weird take on laptop-made music in a convenient catch phrase or two, chances are you're just as warped and/or adventuresome as the a...

    by Mark Sanders on April 21, 2005
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    Basshead - Just Making Bagels

    You know punk is dead when New Found Glory hangs out in the VIP section at Gryphon, the ornately decorated nightclub hidden within the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino complex in Hollywood. The Los Angeles quintet was there for an afterparty celeb...

    by Mosi Reeves on April 21, 2005
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    Aretha Franklin

    With all the fuss over the nuptials of Charles and Camilla, it's easy to forget that one of the longest royal reigns in recent times belongs not to the monarchy, but to music, or namely, Lady Soul -- the undisputed queen of R&B, Aretha Franklin. The ...

    by Lee Zimmerman on April 21, 2005
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    Weekend Woman - Cuban songstress Aymee Nuviola arrives in Miami, learns English, and demonstrates the power of timba

    It should be clear to anybody who has spent time around her, even for a short amount of time, that Aymee Nuviola doesn't have any problems attracting the masses wherever she goes. Whether she's lingering backstage at a jazz festival in Coral Gables...

    by Fernando on April 21, 2005
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    Look Sharp - UK boy wonder Dizzee Rascal gets ready for showtime

    Despite his party's decline in opinion polls, Prime Minister Tony Blair is expected to win re-election May 5 when British citizens take to the voting booths. For Dizzee Rascal, the rapper who declared, "I'm a problem for Tony Blair" on his first albu...

    by Jessica Sick on April 14, 2005
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    Mean Streets - The Kills journey to the dark edge of sound

    Lone lovers are singing bluesy tunes, reeking of wanton lust and residue. They've got their mean streak on. Outlaws lurking, Hotel and VV are on the prowl. "Get the guns out, get the guns out," they sing together on "Love Is a Deserter," one of the h...

    by Omar Sommereyns on April 14, 2005
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    Basshead - Around the Beach

    Well, it's April already, and I'm still recovering from this year's Winter Music Conference. Accordingly I haven't been going out much and instead have focused on sifting through some of the stories that have flown across my desk. Some of them -- inc...

    by Mosi Reeves on April 14, 2005
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    Green Day

    If you can clear the clutter of a billion girls wanting to throw their panties at Green Day, you'll find one thing for certain: Those three Oakland, California pretty-boy punks have come a very long way from their 1987 EP Sweet Children. And it can't...

    by Abel Folgar on April 14, 2005
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    The Bamboo Kids

    The Bamboo Kids, the latest New York band to work its way down to these swamps, blows into town on a wave of good press from The Village Voice, NY Press, and just about every Big Apple punk-rock scribe there is. That doesn't ensure that the Kids' bra...

    by Mosi Reeves on April 14, 2005
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    Awesome New Republic

    In recent months Awesome New Republic, affectionately known by its many admirers as ANR, has been gigging all over the place, from Wynwood District warehouses and Churchill's Pub to unnamed spots across the Southeast. What is it about this band, who ...

    by Mosi Reeves on April 14, 2005
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    Against All Authority/ Common Rider - Split EP Hopeless

    Triple-A has been a wee bit quiet as of late ... until now. Proving yet again that hard work will get you ahead, Florida's original ska-tinged, thinking-man's punks will release two new albums this year. The first is an eight-song split EP with the s...

    by Abel Folgar on April 14, 2005
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    Sax and the City - Joe Donato digs all that jazz

    Call him the consummate showman. A veritable South Florida jazz institution, Joe Donato can be found Thursday nights holding court at Coconut Grove's Tuscany Caf, charming the diners with his free-flowing mix of perennial standards such as Duke Elli...

    by Lee Zimmerman on April 7, 2005
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    New Pollution - Beck's new Guero is okay, but it ain't no Odelay

    We begin with the greatest lyrics ever written: Somber songs of the plaid bartenders Western Unions of the country Westerns Silver Foxes lookin' for romance With the chain-smoke Kansas flashdance ice pants Beck rapped these words in 199...

    by Rob Harvilla on April 7, 2005
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