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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



    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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    The Morning Of

    The Morning Of is a sextet of fresh-faced indie youngsters from upstate New York who have suddenly found themselves waking up on the sunny national stage. Boasting major distribution via their label, Tragic Hero Records (which was recently absorbed ...

    by Braden Ruddy on April 10, 2008
  • Dancing in the Bazaar - Golem's not a creature -- it's a six-piece band waltzing in from New York.


    Dancing in the Bazaar - Golem's not a creature -- it's a six-piece band waltzing in from New York.

    Click here to listen to a track from Golem. Toss a rock out your window these days, and it seems very likely to bonk the noggin of someone who leads a folk-punk group straight out of a Balkan or Ukrainian bazaar. Perhaps Gogol Bordello madman Eug...

    by Michael Alan Goldberg on April 10, 2008
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    Gnarls Barkley - The Odd Couple (Atlantic)

    We expect a lot from our indie-ethos, crossover pop stars nowadays, even from a duo as inspired as Gnarls Barkley, a.k.a. DJ Danger Mouse and rapper Cee-Lo. We expect guilt-free yet radio-worthy earworms such as "Crazy," plus genuine pathos, groundb...

    by Ben Westhoff on April 10, 2008
  • Nine Inch Nails - Ghosts I-IV (The Null Corporation)


    Nine Inch Nails - Ghosts I-IV (The Null Corporation)

    Nine Inch Nails main man Trent Reznor makes the most of his recent hard-won freedom on the two-disc, all-instrumental Ghosts I-IV. It's the kind of record Interscope probably wouldn't have allowed Reznor to release when he was under contract -- not ...

    by D.X. Ferris on April 10, 2008
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    British Sea Power - Do You Like Rock Music? (Rough Trade)

    Belying its hideous cover art and silly title, Do You Like Rock Music? is a work of surprising depth and invention. The third album from the pallid, Brighton-based Brits who go by the name of British Sea Power falls squarely within the tradition of ...

    by Jonathan Garrett on April 10, 2008
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    Black Spade - To Serve with Love (Om Hip Hop)

    All of my life, my father encouraged me to be open to all good music," St. Louis rapper Black Spade sings on the intro to his debut album, To Serve with Love. On his MySpace page, he reaffirms his dad's influence on this genre-defying new work, desc...

    by Ben Westhoff on April 10, 2008
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    The Afromotive Tonight at City Limits

    If there's one thing Asheville, North Carolina, is good at exporting, it's sure-fire music talent -- especially of the Afro-hippie variety. That town's got more dub, Afrobeat, and West African percussion acts fronted by Anglos than you can imagine....

    @ Crossfade by Jonathan Cunningham on October 17, 2007 @ 5:35 pm
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    When Good Interviews Go Bad--Sigur Ros on NPR

    Witness Sigur Ros talking to Luke Burbank, in advance of its upcoming release, Hvarf / Heima. Or, rather, witness Sigur Ros really not sure what to say to Burbank's line of questioning -- a phrase I use loosely. The video is linked here. Now, comm...

    @ Crossfade by Jonathan Cunningham on October 17, 2007 @ 12:41 pm
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    Medeski, Martin & Wood Two Night Stand at the Culture Room

    If you stumble onto your favorite familiar, well-trodden path of earth tonight, you won't find your weekly drum circle bros. Nay, hand-percussion instruments and less portable toking tools will also be abandoned for the next 48 hours in honor of the ...

    @ Crossfade by Jonathan Cunningham on October 17, 2007 @ 11:48 am
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    J Dilla--Nothing Like This

    This is one of the strangest animations I've seen in awhile but it goes well with a great song. It's for the posthumous release of "Nothing Like This" from the late great Detroit producer, J Dilla, and is basically a really cute underwater love story...

    @ Crossfade by Jonathan Cunningham on October 16, 2007 @ 1:33 pm
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    Speaking of A Tribe Called Quest

    I'm not sure how Lupe Fiasco could claim he's never listened to A Tribe Called Quest before, but the more I think about it, the more ridiculous it sounds. That's like Norah Jones saying she's never listened to Billie Holiday. Or Interpol claiming th...

    @ Crossfade by Jonathan Cunningham on October 16, 2007 @ 11:18 am
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    Last Night: Guster at the Culture Room

    Guster October 14, 2007 The Culture Room Better Than: And egghead keg party 10 years after graduating college. Thank Zeus for huge favors: Last night Guster did not open for Barenaked Ladies or Toad the Wet Sprocket or Modest Mouse (as they hav...

    @ Crossfade by John Hood on October 15, 2007 @ 1:33 pm
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    Concert Review: Octoput Project, Zombies! Organize!! and Humbert--City Limits

    Octopus Project, Humbert, Zombies! Organize!!, Electric Pizza Party City Limits October 9 We rolled up to City Limits just as Humbert, the second band of the night (Emergency Pizza Party had the early slot), was about to play. The lights dropped a...

    @ Crossfade by Jonathan Cunningham on October 15, 2007 @ 9:52 am
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    Fresh Lupe Fiasco

    So it's been a week since the whole Fiascogate situation that took place at last week's VH1 Hip-Hop Honors, where Lupe Fiasco forgot two bars to A Tribe Called Quest's "Electric Relaxation" during a tribute to the group. I remember hearing him fumb...

    @ Crossfade by Jonathan Cunningham on October 15, 2007 @ 9:46 am
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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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