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    The FIU Laptop Ensemble and Sam Pluta

    In recent years, conceptual electronic music has come a long way, with young artists using their tweaked computers to rearrange traditional sounds. But it's often a lonely business, with laptop jocks building this nascent genre mostly alone, in home...

    by José Dávila on April 17, 2008
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    Michael Dixon Band

    Michael Dixon and his crew don't get off "the rock" -- that's Key West -- very often. "This is our first trip to play Miami," says Robin Menard, the band's sax player and resident hot chick (a SPILF, beg your pardon). "We had a gig in Fort Lauderdal...

    by Eric W. Saeger on April 17, 2008
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    Planet Rock - The giants of the Sixties and Seventies were also a little "green."

    These days, there seems to be nothing trendier in rock than a green tour. Even if you're not being environmentally friendly on the road, you're at least joining the fight to build awareness of global warming. To celebrate Earth Day this April 22, we...

    by Cole Haddon on April 17, 2008
  • The Chronicles - A new unauthorized biography of Dr. Dre comes from inside his own camp.

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    The Chronicles - A new unauthorized biography of Dr. Dre comes from inside his own camp.

    The public has heard Dr. Dre's records and seen him on television, but few really know how he got there. That is, except for one man: Bruce Williams, Dre's personal assistant/go-to guy for almost 15 years. As Williams says of himself in his new unau...

    by William Hernandez on April 17, 2008
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    Boy Prostitute - Boy Prostitute (Ramhaus Records)

    One of the trends in punk rock that I happen to enjoy very much is how influences shape a 30-plus-year-old genre. C'mon, there's only so much one can do with three chords, right? Well, Miami's Boy Prostitute has definitely taken cues from the Ramone...

    by Abel Folgar on April 17, 2008
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    Cat Shell - Cat's Outta the Bag (Self-released)

    When you first pop in Cat Shell's debut disc, Cat's Outta the Bag, you can't help but notice the retro sound of the lead-off track, "I'm Torn." It's full of simple and subtle guitar work, winsome sax, and the alluring vocal style that Shell is turni...

    by Jonathan Cunningham on April 17, 2008
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    The Pinker Tones - Wild Animals (Nacional Records)

    Barcelona, Spain-based duo the Pinker Tones uses its nonconformist Catalan background as something of an excuse for its unconventional approach toward music. On their third full-length, Wild Animals, Professor Manso and Mr. Furia channel their eccen...

    by Lily Moayeri on April 17, 2008
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    These New Puritans - Beat Pyramid (Domino)

    On early single "Elvis," These New Puritans promised to tell their secrets. Yet Beat Pyramid, their debut record, is as inscrutable and cryptic as hieroglyphics. The album's 16 tracks take the listener on a labyrinthine journey full of false starts,...

    by Jonathan Garrett on April 17, 2008
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    Music in 'Wristcutters: A Love Story'

    The film? Wristcutters: A Love Story, directed by Goran Dukic. The main premise? People who kill themselves wind up in their own special afterlife. The punishment? It's basically as shitty as this one, only "a little worse." The jobs are boring, apar...

    @ Crossfade by Arielle Castillo on October 11, 2007 @ 4:56 pm
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    Last Night: Ricky Martin at the Fillmore

    Ricky Martin The Fillmore Miami Beach at The Jackie Gleason Theater October 10, 2007 The Review: The words Fillmore and Ricky Martin somehow just didn't seem to go together. Ricky Martin opening the Fillmore Miami Beach, the namesake of the Fil...

    @ Crossfade on October 11, 2007 @ 3:08 pm
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    New Radiohead...Come and Get It

    You know, Radiohead, I was just about to go to sleep when I checked my email one last time. And lo and behold, the download code for your new CD, In Rainbows, popped up in my inbox. *sigh* I didn't need sleep anyway. Since the rest of the blogosph...

    @ Crossfade by Jonathan Cunningham on October 10, 2007 @ 2:30 pm
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    Little Steven's coolest songs, vol. 3

    The radio gig's spawned a number of live concerts, and recently a series of compilations of the best in underground fuzz-rock wow sounds. The latest installment, The Coolest Songs in the World, Vol. 3 comes out October 16 on Wicked Cool records, an...

    @ Crossfade by Arielle Castillo on October 9, 2007 @ 4:03 pm
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    Bang! Music Festival "Postponed"

    Everyone was atwitter about this year's edition of the Bang! Music festival, which started in 2005. On one hand, people were amped to see blabbermouth Kanye West and the recently reunited (sans James Iha) Smashing Pumpkins on the lineup. On the oth...

    @ Crossfade by Arielle Castillo on October 8, 2007 @ 5:29 pm
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    CD Review: Ministry - 'The Last Sucker'

    Ministry The Last Sucker (13th Planet/Megaforce) If The Last Sucker is, as leader Al Jourgensen says, Ministry's swan song, fans are not left wanting. From the assault of opener "Let's Go," the album recalls the thick groove and overall intensit...

    @ Crossfade by Arielle Castillo on October 8, 2007 @ 1:31 pm
  • Swan Songs - Murder by Death creates stunning, dark works that transcend the provocative name.

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    Swan Songs - Murder by Death creates stunning, dark works that transcend the provocative name.

    Murder by Death wants to be taken seriously. The Bloomington, Indiana-based quartet has been at it for the better part of a decade, and its efforts are finally starting to see results exceeding the cult status afforded its namesake. New Times caught...

    by Nicholas L. Hall on April 10, 2008
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    Beyond a Pretty Face - Rocker Juanes gets conscious.

    The fact that this Colombian-born rockero opts not to sing any of his songs in English doesn't seem to hurt his appeal in the United States. Wherever he goes, his many fans buy out arenas and sing along to every tune, including even the more recent ...

    by Ernest Barteldes on April 10, 2008
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    A Wizard Among Us - Todd Rundgren's space-age power-pop culture crash.

    Ah, Todd Rundgren. Where, oh where, oh where to begin? Let alone when. After 40 years in the business of music, place and time begin folding back in on each other, blurring the distinctions of a remarkably distinctive career. Say, for instance, w...

    by John Hood on April 10, 2008
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    El Show Secreto

    Mix America's largest social networking website with its fastest-growing part of the population and what do you get? MySpace Latino, a recently official bilingual subsite of the juggernaut. And just like the original MySpace, it boasts star-studded ...

    by Arielle Castillo on April 10, 2008
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    Iron and Wine

    There's a metaphor somewhere in Sam Beam's hair. Something that equates his newly expansive locks with the richer, full-bodied sound he now peddles as Iron and Wine. Something that correlates the furtive minimalism of his early recordings (done whil...

    by Jason Ferguson on April 10, 2008
  • Falete

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    Falete

    Alhough this 30-year-old flamenco singer had been performing in Europe for more than a decade, it was only after his debut solo recording, Amar Duele (Love Hurts), was released when he became a star in his own right. Born Rafael Ojeda in Seville, Sp...

    by Ernest Barteldes on April 10, 2008
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