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    Let Her Bang - The female sibling of Flosstradamus's J2K comes into her own as a sharp-tongued MC

    Melissa Young promises she doesn't usually yawn this much. "I have a serious case of insomnia," Young, more commonly known as hip-hop artist Kid Sister, says over the phone. The Chicago native has been up all night, working on outtakes for albums...

    by Jake Nelson on August 16, 2007
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    Got Vinyl? - New York Citys top record dealer sets up shop again in South Florida

    For some, vinyl is like a daily Cuban coffee addiction or FIFA 2007 on PlayStation 3. For others, it's a leftover relic from an older generation, like comic books and Cracker Jack. Luckily in South Florida, there are still a few shops that stock it,...

    by Bernard Hacker on August 16, 2007
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    Suspicious Minds - 30 years gone, Elvis is still king of commercial tie-ins

    Thursday marks 30 years since the King of Rock and Roll -- Elvis Aron Presley to his mama and daddy -- keeled over on his Graceland throne, dead at the love-me-tender age of 42. But he's still with us in myriad, mysterious ways. The billion-plus alb...

    by Chris Gray on August 16, 2007
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    The Abbey

    The Abbey (1115 16th St., Miami Beach; 305-538-8110) is a rarity in Miami. Almost invisible from the street at night, the clandestine microbrewery is marked only by a neon sign that reads "Bar." No flashing marquees, no long lines. Just a dark store...

    by Alexandra QuiƱones on August 16, 2007
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    Down to Earth Approach

    The fresh-faced quartet Down to Earth Approach might look barely old enough to legally enter Studio A, where the band plays Thursday. But really, the guys have been at it now for the better part of a decade. Forming first in their native New York st...

    by Arielle Castillo on August 16, 2007
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    The Birthday Massacre

    Rarely does a band's name fit its music as decorously as with the Birthday Massacre. Similarly the Toronto-based quintet's sound is color-coordinated with its black-and-purple art scheme. It is Eighties big-rock balladry reupholstered for the goth-r...

    by Eric W. Saeger on August 16, 2007
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    Dead Beat Dad and Music Is a Weapon

    Joey Tiger doesn't mince words. He shoves them into your ears in raw chunks. "We get the best crowd response out of all the bands we play with," brags Tiger, lead guitarist of Hialeah-based hard rock act Dead Beat Dad. Together for a year, the bandm...

    by Eric W. Saeger on August 16, 2007
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    Diego Jinkus and Electronic Miel

    Argentine-born artist Diego Jinkus knows his way around his axe. Seriously -- even when he's rocking out, his fingers are fluttering up and down his guitar's neck with hummingbird speed. His chops have even garnered him coveted sponsorships from bot...

    by Arielle Castillo on August 16, 2007
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    Rollin' with the Holy - Who is Slip-N-Slide Records CEO Ted Lucas's number one homeboy? Jesus Christ, of course

    If you are a Miami native and you love hip-hop from the 305, then you know Slip-N-Slide Records. Named Best Independent Record Label by Miami New Times earlier this year, the company has sold more than 15 million records since its inception in 1993....

    by Jason Handelsman on August 16, 2007
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    Romancing the Tone - Salsa star Luis Enrique tries new beats and -- que pena! -- says adios to the ponytail

    It was pitch-black. It was long and slick. It was hard and secure. It bounced in every direction yet never appeared out of place. It kindled enough swagger and confidence to ignite a copycat trend throughout the world's salsa hubs, which is still...

    by Fernando Ruano Jr. on August 16, 2007
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    Jah Cure - True Reflections: A New Beginning (VP Records)

    First off, this isn't exactly a new project by the fresh-out-of-prison Jamaican singer Jah Cure. The recently released True Reflections is more of a greatest-hits compilation of tunes that Cure has cranked out over the past eight years -- most of wh...

    by Jonathan Cunningham on August 16, 2007
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    Junior Senior - Hey Hey My My Yo Yo (Rykodisc)

    As world events keep taking dark turns, Junior Senior continues to get happier. On its second long-player, humorously titled Hey Hey My My Yo Yo, the Danish duo is practically giddy in its effervescent good mood. Hey Hey fizzles and pops with all th...

    by Lily Moayeri on August 16, 2007
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    Minnie Driver - Sea Stories (Zoe)

    Membership has its privileges. How else do we explain the cameos that stud Minnie Driver's sophomore effort? Would Ryan Adams really chip in a guitar part if Driver weren't a movie star? Would Liz Phair lend backing vocals? Sure they would. Right. ...

    by Steven Almond on August 16, 2007
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    John Doe - A Year in the Wilderness (Yep Roc)

    Adopting the guise of roots revisionist, musical journeyman, and trad troubadour, John Doe has taken an unexpected tangent since parting ways with X, the apocalyptic punk group he helmed in the Eighties. And with every twist of his trajectory and ea...

    by Lee Zimmerman on August 16, 2007
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    Waiting for Lavoe - The elusive Hctor

    When you set out to do a biographical film about a public figure who's well known to much of the audience, you start in a deep hole. But give the makers of El Cantante some credit. Marc Anthony, with a slender physique and a pair of retro aviator-st...

    by Edmund Newton on August 9, 2007
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    Awards Tour - Ozone moves its gala to the (Dirty) South

    Southern rap magazine Ozone hustled its way into the awards show game last year, presenting a program as musically satisfying and gossip-fueling as its informative and edgy printed pages. It was mounted in conjunction with TJs DJs Tastemakers DJ/Mus...

    by Tamara Palmer on August 9, 2007
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    A Swan's Song - Aymee Nuviola's distinctive voice wasn't always a point of pride

    After witnessing her stage bravado, her rheumatic and melodic vocalization, one finds it difficult to imagine that singer Aymee Nuviola faced many difficulties as an adolescent in her native Cuba. From the way she passionately croons, gracefully gri...

    by Fernando Ruano Jr. on August 9, 2007
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    Local group Aboriginal holds the distinction of being one of the very few bands -- if not the only one -- that can boast of having opened for both Black Sheep and L.A. Guns. Few acts could, but true to its name, the quintet's sound is raw and fresh....

    by Arielle Castillo on August 9, 2007
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    Fernando Villalona

    More than 30 years ago, a lanky Dominican kid with a deep but piercing voice could do no better than third place on El Festival de la Voz ("The Festival of the Voice"). The talent search show, la American Idol, had been organized by a local artist...

    by Fernando Ruano Jr. on August 9, 2007
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    Austin Leeds

    This time of year most superstar DJs are reclaiming their residencies off the coast of Spain, entertaining the beautiful people summering in Ibiza. Fortunately for Miami, Austin Leeds is a travel junkie, and his tireless schedule brings him to Studi...

    by Eric W. Saeger on August 9, 2007
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