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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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    Last Night: Leon Russell at the Culture Room

    Leon Russell February 23, 2008 The Culture Room Better Than: And old 45 and a Kleenex. There are very few songs that I'd travel some seventy-plus miles to hear sung live - very, very few. But among that short list is Leon Russell's "A Song for You."...

    @ Crossfade by John Hood on February 25, 2008 @ 1:06 pm
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    Last Night: Jose El Rey at Poplife

    Click here to see a slide show of the Jose El Rey's performance. Jose El Rey at Poplife February 24, 2008 White Room Better Than: Shopping at Flamingo Plaza Local musician Jose El Rey is the embodiment of the Cuban stereotype. He is flirtatiousl...

    @ Crossfade on February 25, 2008 @ 8:00 am
  • Head Spins: Inga Ambrosia - Miami's most unconventional DJ.


    Head Spins: Inga Ambrosia - Miami's most unconventional DJ.

    Every once in awhile, I stumble upon a DJ who's diggable in ways even I've never considered. Such was the case when I slipped into the Grove's Butter Gallery for Alissa Christine's photo show and got to hear the lady named Inga Ambrosia. First th...

    by John Hood on August 7, 2008
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    Heat Rave - Ten summers that rocked.

    Summer is in full swing, but we can't help but wonder why we don't anticipate the season like we used to. Don't get us wrong; we're looking forward to the barbecues, drunken volleyball, and television reruns. It's just we wish summer rocked like it ...

    by Cole Haddon on August 7, 2008
  • Biting Back - Wolf Parade reviews the reviewers.


    Biting Back - Wolf Parade reviews the reviewers.

    Montreal indie-rock quintet Wolf Parade -- relentlessly championed by Modest Mouse frontman Isaac Brock -- made a huge splash in 2005 with its exhilarating debut full-length, Apologies to the Queen Mary. Three years later, the band is back with At M...

    by Michael Alan Goldberg on August 7, 2008
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    Consular is one of the latest in a line of sludgy, grindy, messy, loud bands arising in Miami with one-word names (Capsule, Shitstorm, and so on). Think music by, and largely for, burly, tattooed dudes with beards -- in an epically heavy way. The qu...

    by Arielle Castillo on August 7, 2008
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    3 One G

    If it looks like Ian Curtis, sings like Ian Curtis, and dances like Ian Curtis ... and it's onstage and it's 2008 and you're in Florida, well, it's not Ian Curtis. It's Aaron Branch, the frontman of 3 One G, the state's (and maybe the whole Southeas...

    by Arielle Castillo on August 7, 2008
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    Bad Company featuring Paul Rodgers, Simon Kirke, and Mick Ralphs

    In the world of rock, few artists can claim even one enduring ensemble to provide for their pension. Gruff-voiced singer Paul Rodgers can bank on three. His current liaison with Queen seems an unlikely pairing, but it's a reliable paycheck nonethele...

    by Lee Zimmerman on August 7, 2008
  • Deadmau5



    Deadmau5 is doubtless one of dance music's golden boys. The 27-year-old Ontario-based producer dominated the last edition of Winter Music Conference, rules the download-sales roost over at Beatport.com, and recently snagged two nominations for Juno ...

    by Arielle Castillo on August 7, 2008
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    Clocks Are Devils

    Miami trio Clocks Are Devils has been playing together since 2006, according to the band's website bio. But it now joins the ranks of other local acts calling it quits before really making a mark (see also the recently defunct Call It Radar). That's...

    by Arielle Castillo on August 7, 2008
  • Rodrigo y Gabriela Prove Their Metal at The Fillmore Miami Beach


    Rodrigo y Gabriela Prove Their Metal at The Fillmore Miami Beach

    Rodrigo Sanchez really wants you to like heavy metal. "Sometimes people don't even have a minute for metal," the guitarist notes. "They think it's too loud, or whatever stupid thing they think." As half of Rodrigo y Gabriela -- the dynamic Mex...

    by Eryc Eyl on August 7, 2008
  • Black Kids - Partie Traumatic (Columbia)


    Black Kids - Partie Traumatic (Columbia)

    Last year Jacksonville quintet Black Kids released a free four-song EP full of electro-tinged dance songs addressing themes of incest and gender ambiguity. Girls went wild -- well, bloggers did anyway -- and somehow the group got signed to Columbia ...

    by Ben Westhoff on August 7, 2008
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    Nas - Untitled (The Jones Experience/Def Jam/Columbia)

    Since his classic debut, Illmatic, Nas has been mostly coasting on his charm, gift for public relations, and skills as an MC. But on Untitled, he's clearly hoping that by name-dropping big issues (reparations, single motherhood, media control) and d...

    by Ben Westhoff on August 7, 2008
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    Various Artists - Life Beyond Mars: Bowie Covered (Rapster/!K7)

    David Bowie undoubtedly has been through some ch-ch-ch-ch-changes. From Ziggy Stardust to Aladdin Sane, from the Thin White Duke to an oddly mottled chameleon colored by postindustrial dissonance, Bowie and his personas have inspired many and outlas...

    by Tony Ware on August 7, 2008
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    Pinetop Perkins - Pinetop Perkins and Friends (Telarc)

    At age 95, Mississippi Delta-born pianist Pinetop Perkins is still an active performer and one who is still able to hit his piano's keys with amazing dexterity. The proof is in this beauty of a blues CD, on which the veteran shares the spotlight wit...

    by Ernest Barteldes on August 7, 2008
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