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  • Head Spins: Ross One - Mokai's mad resident.

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    Head Spins: Ross One - Mokai's mad resident.

    Mokai, on any given Tuesday: Models and bottles. Kingpins and princesses. The odd cougar and her cub. Money. Power. Sex. And every player worth his game. Everybody's in, everybody's on, and everybody's moving and shaking, swooning and swaying, to th...

    by John Hood on August 14, 2008
  • Matthew Dear: Spectral Shapeshifter - He touches down in Miami as two versions of himself.

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    Matthew Dear: Spectral Shapeshifter - He touches down in Miami as two versions of himself.

    Matthew Dear is one of the electronic music scene's most chameleonic, now-you-see-him-now-you-don't figures. Much like the namesake phantoms of the labels on which he releases most of his music (Ghostly International and Spectral Sound), he material...

    by Arielle Castillo on August 14, 2008
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    Sol Ruiz Does Some Soul Searching - A Miami Cuban-folk-fusion singer grows up.

    On a recent evening on the deck of The Standard Hotel, singer-songwriter Sol Ruiz wears a sophisticated black-and-white polka-dot dress and slowly nurses a vodka and cranberry. Her conversation is laced with self-reflective commentary. It's a big ch...

    by Julienne Gage on August 14, 2008
  • Dave Nada and DJ Craze

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    Dave Nada and DJ Craze

    Money $hot, the neon-and-shades-heavy Thursday-night throwdown at The Vagabond, continues its romance with all things Baltimore this week by bringing down that town's latest rising DJ star, Dave Nada. A favorite on blogs such as Discobelle, Nada has...

    by Arielle Castillo on August 14, 2008
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    Ellis Marsalis

    Jazz pianist Ellis Marsalis is more than an iconic performer and critically lauded composer; he's a New Orleans jazz father figure. Anyone even vaguely familiar with the shape of contemporary jazz should immediately recognize his as the surname comm...

    by Nicholas L. Hall on August 14, 2008
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    New World Beat

    Popularized by Lionel Hampton, the vibraphone is from the same family as the marimba and xylophone. Over the past couple of decades, the instrument has found its place among both the Latin and jazz music scenes thanks to the likes of Tito Puente, Ga...

    by Ernest Barteldes on August 14, 2008
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    The Frustrations

    Times are tough in Detroit. The auto industry is a popcorn-movie train wreck again, thus the city's legs are wobblier than Lindsay Lohan's after an all-nighter. But the Motor City music scene is something that simply can't be squashed, what with its...

    by Eric W. Saeger on August 14, 2008
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    Candlebox

    Let's be frank: During Candlebox's original run in the Nineties, the Seattle quartet was absolutely hammered by critics and some music fans for being grunge lite. The main accusation: The group had co-opted the riffs, moods, and flannel -- yet excis...

    by Michael Alan Goldberg on August 14, 2008
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    Stone Temple Pilots

    Hey, Scott Weiland: Look, I'm gonna be honest with you -- I really don't care whether Slash took his stinky leather boot, planted it on your scrawny behind, and gave you the heave-ho from Velvet Revolver, or you went all "You can't fire me cuz I qui...

    by Michael Alan Goldberg on August 14, 2008
  • Lady Tigra - Please Mr. Boombox (High Score Records)

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    Lady Tigra - Please Mr. Boombox (High Score Records)

    When Lady Tigra was 18 years old, she and best friend Bunny D formed the charismatic Miami Bass duo L'Trimm. Their spunky energy and a Top 40 hit "Cars That Go Boom" forever endeared them to fans of fun club music and vibrating subwoofers. Now, 20 y...

    by Chris Toenes on August 14, 2008
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    Conor Oberst - Conor Oberst (Merge Records)

    Usually Conor Oberst's lyrics elicit something of a collective groan from the apparently small but steadfast contingent of music listeners who just can't swallow the Bob Dylan comparisons. Oberst certainly has the tendency to be heavy-handed with me...

    by Nicholas L. Hall on August 14, 2008
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    Journey - Revelation (Performer)

    It's unlikely any band has as thoroughly modern and convoluted a resurgence story as these AOR mainstays pulled back into public consciousness by HBO and YouTube. Since former lead singer Steve Perry's 1996 departure, Journey has gone through two fr...

    by Tony Ware on August 14, 2008
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    Eljuri - En Paz (Manovill)

    It's fitting that the classic Jamaican powerhouse of Sly & Robbie provides the backing for "El Aire," the first track on Eljuri's solid American debut album. The song shows that this Guayaquil, Ecuador-born multi-instrumentalist is comfortable playi...

    by Ernest Barteldes on August 14, 2008
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    Mudhoney presale tickets now available

    Chalk another victory up for the super-cool promoter folks at New Art School. Their latest coup? The legendary Mudhoney!! I don't want to use the "g" word (ok, grunge) here, but they were one of the first rad bands to come out of Seattle in the late ...

    @ Crossfade by Arielle Castillo on February 29, 2008 @ 12:25 pm
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    The U.S. Military Torture Mix Tape

    Among the other selections: -The Barney TV show theme song -"Stayin' Alive" by the BeeGees -"Kim" by Eminem -the "Meow Mix" jingle Visit the Mother Jones site here to view the whole list of songs and stream them -- if you dare. -- Arielle Castillo...

    @ Crossfade by Arielle Castillo on February 28, 2008 @ 12:00 pm
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    Last Night: We the Kings, the Cab, Metro Station, and Cobra Starship at Culture Room

    The Really, Really Good Looking Tour: Cobra Starship, Metro Station, We the Kings, the Cab Wednesday, February 27, 2008 Culture Room Better Than: The programmed sounds coming from your 1985 Casio keyboard. The bands on this tour could have he...

    @ Crossfade by Jonathan Cunningham on February 28, 2008 @ 11:01 am
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    Why Bother With Real-Life Singers...

    ...when you can use VOCALOID, a totally fascinating, vaguely unsettling singing synthesizer program from - where else? - Japan. It doesn't just do the robot voice box or vocoder sounds - this one actually sings, mainly through the reedy female voice ...

    @ Crossfade by Arielle Castillo on February 28, 2008 @ 8:55 am
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    Amerykah Badu Comes Back Funkier Than Ever

    In case you didn't already know, Erykah Badu's long-awaited album, New Amerykah, Part One: 4th World War is in stores now. The album came out yesterday on Erykah's birthday and it's tight. Yesterday was also Ky-mani Marley's birthday...and it seems...

    @ Crossfade by Jonathan Cunningham on February 27, 2008 @ 9:02 am
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    Throwback Tuesdays: Slum Village "Climax"

    This one takes me back to the last year that Slum Village was still together as a group and promoting videos for Fantastic Vol 2. Jay Dee was already working on Common's Like Water For Chocolate album and doing beats for a slew of other hip-hop heavy...

    @ Crossfade by Jonathan Cunningham on February 26, 2008 @ 9:09 am
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    Monday Afternoon Music Fix: Black Thought, Black Keys and Lot's of Free Music.

    By ANDY VIHSTADT DangerKeys Photo by Melanie Pullen for Fat Possum Records Akron, Ohio's Black Keys called on Danger Mouse and a handful of guests to flesh out their two-piece sound for LP5. Stream the first single, "Strange Times," at the duo's ...

    @ Crossfade by Jonathan Cunningham on February 25, 2008 @ 2:42 pm
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