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    Concert Preview--Stevie B at Nectar Lounge 9/20

    Here's a concert for all the lovers of old school Miami Bass and Freestyle music. If you can remember listening to jams like, "Party Your Body," and "Because I Love You (the Postman Song)" then chances are you remember Stevie B. He was the king of Mi...

    @ Crossfade by Jonathan Cunningham on September 19, 2007 @ 6:37 pm
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    Prince Takes on YouTube

    Don't expect to find too much material of Prince on YouTube in the future. The famous songwriter and eccentric music savant is waging war with the popular online video company over copyright issues and unauthorized use of his music. I'm not sure wh...

    @ Crossfade by Jonathan Cunningham on September 19, 2007 @ 4:17 pm
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    Southridge Soulja Boy

    Due to the success of Soulja Boy's hit single "Crank That (Soulja Boy)" and it's accompanying dance -- which hit #1 of the Billboard Hot 100 Chart this September -- everyone from the whitest of uncoordinated white boys: to Maury Povich g...

    @ Crossfade by Arielle Castillo on September 19, 2007 @ 2:19 pm
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    Another DJ Mix: deep house and soul!

    Yesterday we gave you fresh techno, today we give you some funky deep house sounds. This mix comes courtesy of Miami DJ Rhouse, who originally hails from Pittsburgh, PA. Says Rhouse: "I am the grandfather of DJs having done my first gig in 1969. Un...

    @ Crossfade by Arielle Castillo on September 19, 2007 @ 1:48 pm
  • So Nice, So Smart - Kimya Dawson is back, better than ever, thanks to a little movie called Juno.

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    So Nice, So Smart - Kimya Dawson is back, better than ever, thanks to a little movie called Juno.

    Of all the shiny things to come about from the stellar success of the film Juno -- Diablo Cody's career; Ellen Page -- none was perhaps more brightly satisfying than the soundtrack. Among the standouts therein were Sonic Youth's cover of the Carpent...

    by John Hood on March 20, 2008
  • Now You See 'Em - The Unseen brings a little '77-style punk to Studio A.

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    Now You See 'Em - The Unseen brings a little '77-style punk to Studio A.

    Every major city in America has a "crusty" straight-up punk band. The members sport studded leather jackets, liberty spiked Mohawks, and dirty jeans -- the uniform popularized by early-Eighties, Second Wave UK punk acts like GBH and the Exploited. O...

    by Tom Bowker on March 20, 2008
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    Lost and Found - Lose the Rookie reunites this weekend at PS14.

    Many years ago, when I wasn't completely bald, I used to book some good punk rock revues at the now-defunct Gables Pub, and one of the bands that featured frequently on my lineups was Lose the Rookie. Before the whiskey and pitchers took their tolls...

    by Abel Folgar on March 20, 2008
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    Black Janet and the Atomic Cowboys

    While this particular gig might have you thinking you're seeing double, there's no need to tally up the bar tab just yet. Fact is, it's a special bill featuring the two bands helmed by the ever-so-prolific Jim Wurster, musical mainstay behind the se...

    by Lee Zimmerman on March 20, 2008
  • Gloria Gaynor

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    Gloria Gaynor

    Born Gloria Fowle in Newark, New Jersey, the original club diva we know as Gloria Gaynor scored her first big hit in 1974 with "Never Can Say Goodbye." An upbeat dance ditty that showcased disco's special blend of wistfully bittersweet lyrics, it re...

    by Arielle Castillo on March 20, 2008
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    Kenny Garrett

    With 30 million records sold, Kenny G is by far the most popular, and most hated, man in jazz, if you even grant him that categorization. His degree was in business, and his skill with contracts achieved coups such as his duet to Louis Armstrong's "...

    by Tom Hull on March 20, 2008
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    Ryan Morales

    Starting out in New York as an intern for Wyclef, DJ Ryan Morales was originally known as Shockwave thanks to his All-State New Jersey reputation as a crushing linebacker. With almost 20 years of spinning under his belt, and now referring to himself...

    by Jennifer Lima on March 20, 2008
  • Darker Their Love - Welsh quartet Bullet for My Valentine screams, aims, and fires.

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    Darker Their Love - Welsh quartet Bullet for My Valentine screams, aims, and fires.

    It was late 2006, and Matt Tuck was living the rock and roll dream. His band, Bullet for My Valentine, had spent the good part of two years traveling the world and playing music off of their 2005 smash The Poison. The album had sold more than a mill...

    by Scott Fishman on March 20, 2008
  • Hot Blooded - Cuban-born singer Yanelis Cortes came to this country cleaning bathrooms. Now she's live on your TV set five days a week.

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    Hot Blooded - Cuban-born singer Yanelis Cortes came to this country cleaning bathrooms. Now she's live on your TV set five days a week.

    On a recent Friday night in Miami Beach, the wind slices across Ocean Drive and the waves from the Atlantic pound in a deafening crescendo. Three perfectly bronzed girls, bikini lines exposed, walk briskly across the street to huddle under a palm tr...

    by Fernando Ruano Jr. on March 20, 2008
  • A Southeasterner at SXSW - Highlights and lowlights from the nation's biggest industry extravaganza of new (and old) music.

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    A Southeasterner at SXSW - Highlights and lowlights from the nation's biggest industry extravaganza of new (and old) music.

    There's no two ways about it: SXSW (pronounced South by Southwest) in Austin, Texas, has, by its 21st year, grown into the most influential event in the nation for anyone looking to divine the next trends in music. Oh, um, and drink and eat barbecue...

    by Arielle Castillo on March 20, 2008
  • Winter Music Conference - Everything you ever, ever wanted to know about the spin event of the century.

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    Winter Music Conference - Everything you ever, ever wanted to know about the spin event of the century.

    Among the major themes of this year's 23rd installment of Winter Music Conference are better and bigger. Much bigger. Just check the numbers: 40,000 people are expected to attend various events; 20,000 area hotel rooms are booked; more than 1,780 ar...

    by Arielle Castillo on March 20, 2008
  • Autechre - Quaristice (Warp)

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    Autechre - Quaristice (Warp)

    Autechre's MO over the past decade has been to usher you through a labyrinth of thorny textures both alien and alienating while spouting complex algorithmic theorems and punching you about the head and torso in 17/8 (or maybe 13/4) time. But on Aute...

    by Dave Segal on March 20, 2008
  • Ojos de Brujo - Techari Live (Six Degrees)

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    Ojos de Brujo - Techari Live (Six Degrees)

    On this document of its 2007 world tour, the Barcelona-based, self-styled "hip-hop flamenco" band plays music from its latest studio recording of the same name while also going through some material from its back catalogue, delivering a high-energy ...

    by Ernest Barteldes on March 20, 2008
  • Goldfrapp - Seventh Tree (Mute U.S.)

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    Goldfrapp - Seventh Tree (Mute U.S.)

    If Supernature was Goldfrapp's ode to stylish disco saturnalia, Seventh Tree is the elegy for the inevitable "Suicide Tuesdays": when clubbers ache to dispel that raisin-y, dried-out feeling and the Roland TB-303 drumbeats still pound in their heads...

    by Ryan Foley on March 20, 2008
  • Beach House - Devotion (Carpark)

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    Beach House - Devotion (Carpark)

    Downer duo Beach House first made waves with its 2006 single "Apple Orchard," which copped the breathy vocals and slide guitar of Mazzy Star and buried them under layers of cavernous reverb and buzzing organ. Two years later, the band's bewitching f...

    on March 20, 2008
  • DJ Spinna

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    DJ Spinna

    Spinna is one of the busiest working producers and DJs on the planet. Not many can keep their hands on the pulse of the next shit when it comes to both hip-hop and dance music, but Spinna has stayed in the forefront of more genres than a United Nati...

    by Bernard Hacker on March 20, 2008
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