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  • Roger Sanchez

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    Roger Sanchez

    It's going to be a long Saturday night for New York house DJ Roger Sanchez. First he hits Cameo and then the infamous Space terrace for afterhours, beginning at 4:00 Sunday morning. And, mind you, all of this is on his plate 24 hours after finishing...

    by Eric W. Saeger on October 11, 2007
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    Ricky Martin

    Boyish good looks, a charming personality, and a tender voice made the character of Miguel Morez an overwhelming favorite among female soap opera aficionados in the mid-Nineties. The charismatic and flirty Hispanic bartender developed quite a fan ba...

    by Fernando Ruano Jr. on October 11, 2007
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    Danilo Prez Trio

    A stylish and elegant pianist in any setting, Danilo Prez possesses a musical ear that's pure gold. As such, he tops the list when the finest players in Latin jazz need someone to tickle the ivories. This includes the host for his Miami dates, Artu...

    by Andrés Solar on October 11, 2007
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    Sander Kleinenberg

    Time once again for Sander Kleinenberg to visit one of the burgs that helped put him on the map -- or is it the other way around? Like a superelaborate GPS system, Sander Kleinenberg's bloopy progressive-house megahit "This Is Miami" mysteriously be...

    by Eric W. Saeger on October 11, 2007
  • Monk's Mood - Jerry Gonzalez and the Fort Apache Band reinterpret Thelonious to a Latin beat

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    Monk's Mood - Jerry Gonzalez and the Fort Apache Band reinterpret Thelonious to a Latin beat

    Bronx in the Sixties: Jerry Gonzalez and his younger brother Andy frequented their neighborhood's street jams, which were powered by a soundtrack of Latin and Afro-Cuban rhythms. But at the same time, New York clubs such as the Colgate Gardens were ...

    by Robert Hicks on October 11, 2007
  • Wiley - Playtime Is Over (Big Dada)

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    Wiley - Playtime Is Over (Big Dada)

    Founder of the UK's Roll Deep crew -- a grime outfit that counts Dizzee Rascal among its alumni -- producer/MC/"godfather of grime" Wiley announced early this year his retirement from the mike. At that point, the British release of his Playtime Is O...

    by Dominic Umile on October 11, 2007
  • Annie Lennox - Songs of Mass Destruction (J Arista)

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    Annie Lennox - Songs of Mass Destruction (J Arista)

    The title might lead one to believe that Songs of Mass Destruction is a collection of political tunes, but that's not the case. Annie Lennox has always been an outspoken feminist, but in her art she prefers to deal with individuals' lives. "Love Is ...

    by j. poet on October 11, 2007
  • Black Dice - Load Blown (Paw Tracks)

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    Black Dice - Load Blown (Paw Tracks)

    Brooklyn-based trio Black Dice writes songs that confound, challenge, and sneer at concepts taken for granted in most popular music -- things like linearity, pacing, and accessibility. Initially the group went for sheer noise overload, only to shift...

    by Ray Cummings on October 11, 2007
  • West Indian Girl - 4th & Wall (Milan)

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    West Indian Girl - 4th & Wall (Milan)

    After expanding its head count, L.A.'s hippified West Indian Girl cooked up loose, electronically augmented rock for 4th & Wall, its sophomore album, following a departure from Astralwerks Records. Founders Robert James and Francis Ten fleshed out t...

    by Dominic Umile on October 11, 2007
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    Feast Your Ears - The Eat offers a taste of Miami's proto-punk past

    In a city with no memory, few local bands are remembered by anyone except members and their friends. Even fewer are mourned by out-of-state fans, and virtually none gain admirers posthumously. One exception to all of these rules is the Eat, a Miami ...

    by Arielle Castillo on October 11, 2007
  • Spirit Warriors - Orishas do hip-hop a lo Cubano

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    Spirit Warriors - Orishas do hip-hop a lo Cubano

    Cuban-born hip-hop trio Orishas are known for rhyming about the daily struggles faced by those living in their homeland, often dealing head-on with touchy themes such as racial discrimination, poverty, and immigration. Even so, there's one area w...

    by José Dávila on October 4, 2007
  • Still a P.I.M.P. - My man-crush on 50 Cent

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    Still a P.I.M.P. - My man-crush on 50 Cent

    Thankfully I was nowhere near 50 Cent when he learned Kanye West's new CD was going to beat his. 50 famously vowed to stop making solo albums if he lost their first-week sales battle, and he did lose -- by the score of 957,000 to 691,000 -- although...

    by Ben Westhoff on October 4, 2007
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    Straight from the Source - The hip-hop arm of Beatport.com is ready for the big takeover

    In January 2005 the masterminds behind Beatport.com launched Version 2.0 of their online music store. At the time, Beatport was a fairly modest operation, with roughly 14,000 users. But the niche concept had epic potential, even if only a small numb...

    by Dave Herrera on October 4, 2007
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    Karu & Y

    On a recent Saturday night, Karu & Y (71 NW 14th St., Miami; 305-403-7850) gave new meaning to the phrase disco inferno. Inside the 5000-square-foot Tottem Lounge, one of the sprawling complex's clubs-within-a-club, a Seventies-theme party unfolded ...

    by Alexandra Quiñones on October 4, 2007
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    Matt White

    Matt White's story is truly a grassroots one, in both the prehistoric analog and 21st-century digital senses. After graduating from the University of Wisconsin a couple of years ago, the Englewood, New Jersey native headed back to his teenage stompi...

    by Arielle Castillo on October 4, 2007
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    Federico Britos

    The stars are aligning over Little Havana for a late entry in the running for best local live jazz show of the year. The stars, in this case, are the gifted violinist and composer Federico Britos, the young jazz-singing and double-bass-playing pheno...

    by Andrés Solar on October 4, 2007
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    Freddy Cole Quartet

    There's a number in Fred Cole's live set in which he addresses head-on the fact that he is Nat "King" Cole's "baby" brother. It's a midtempo blues song that encapsulates the challenges of such a distinction, and his performances of it practically ov...

    by Andrés Solar on October 4, 2007
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    The Vibrators

    The legendary Vibrators may be getting long in the tooth, but they're hardly short on energy and O.G. punk spirit. The quartet could school any spikey-haired-come-lately in true road warrior style and longevity: They got together in London in 1976, ...

    by Arielle Castillo on October 4, 2007
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    Yellowjackets

    "We enjoy each other as people; we get along and play music we love," Yellowjackets bassist and cofounder Jimmy Haslip says about the band's famous longevity. "We seem to have a common goal, and that makes it easy to travel and perform together." ...

    by Ernest Barteldes on October 4, 2007
  • Pablo Ceballos

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    Pablo Ceballos

    House DJ Pablo Ceballos is another wunderkind story: Kid falls in love with techno, meets mentor, explodes worldwide. During the early Nineties, bands like Depeche Mode and Massive Attack were among those that attracted the then-teenage Ceballos to ...

    by Eric W. Saeger on October 4, 2007
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