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    Midnight Perverts

    The Midnight Perverts are/is only one guy, that being Miami acid house DJ Romeo Ugalde. The Arizona-born spinmeister is used to being part of a package, though. While living in Mexico, Ugalde was with the S.Junkes, a three-piece progressive house ou...

    by Eric W. Saeger on September 13, 2007
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    People Noise

    The inevitable appendix on show listings for People Noise are the words, in parentheses, ex-VHS or Beta. Well that's little surprise, considering those masters of dancey New Romanticism are pretty much the longest-running and most successful band ou...

    by Arielle Castillo on September 13, 2007
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    DJ Icey

    Icey's appearance Saturday at Studio A, fresh on the heels of a show there by his onetime protg, Baby Anne, gives further proof that funky breaks are alive and well. The breakbeat haven of Orlando saw Icey (born Eddie Pappa) grow up, but South Flo...

    by Arielle Castillo on September 13, 2007
  • Our Band to Admire - Interpol gets darker but shines brighter with its stunning third album

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    Our Band to Admire - Interpol gets darker but shines brighter with its stunning third album

    In this heavily hyped day and age, most heavily hyped bands go only as far as the initial hoopla, their coveted buzz fickly trickling to buzz-kill. Not so with Interpol, the onetime buzz band whose hum has now become a bonafide roar. Back in 2002...

    by John Hood on September 13, 2007
  • Daddy Knows Best - With his long-awaited sophomore album and an arena tour of the Americas, Daddy Yankee says today reggaeton, tomorrow the world

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    Daddy Knows Best - With his long-awaited sophomore album and an arena tour of the Americas, Daddy Yankee says today reggaeton, tomorrow the world

    Although he's in the middle of an 11-city national arena tour, platinum-selling reggaeton artist Daddy Yankee has still felt the heat of the growing anti-immigration sentiment spreading throughout the United States. "Let's be honest -- there are som...

    by José Dávila on September 13, 2007
  • Manu Chao - La Radiolina (Nacional Records)

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    Manu Chao - La Radiolina (Nacional Records)

    Trying to define the work of Manu Chao -- who has finally followed up on his 2001 disc, Prxima Estacin: Esperanza, after a six-year hiatus -- is certainly not easy. The Franco-Spanish musician challenges the listener using lyrics written in four l...

    by Ernest Barteldes on September 13, 2007
  • Aesop Rock - None Shall Pass (Definitive Jux)

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    Aesop Rock - None Shall Pass (Definitive Jux)

    His Definitive Jux labelmate El-P is P.K. Dick-obsessed, and fellow Caucasian rap-adours like Buck 65 and Sage Francis delve into bloggish beatnik narratives. But Aesop Rock seems like the last honky indie rapper who just wants to kick a beat and bu...

    by Hobey Echlin on September 13, 2007
  • John Fogerty - Revival (Fantasy Records)

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    John Fogerty - Revival (Fantasy Records)

    If the opening track of this splendid new disc doesn't convince you that John Fogerty has returned to full-strength as a songwriter, you're either deaf or really, really depressed. "Don't You Wish It Was True" is the kind of rootsy anthem that Foger...

    by Steven Almond on September 13, 2007
  • Jeremy Fisher - Goodbye Blue Monday (Wind-up)

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    Jeremy Fisher - Goodbye Blue Monday (Wind-up)

    It's kind of bad-ass, if you think about it, to sound like Paul Simon. The pop world is full of Beatles and Stones imitators, after all. Not so much Mr. Simon. Yet it's obvious, from the opening refrains of this inspired sophomore effort, that Fishe...

    by Steven Almond on September 13, 2007
  • Fortunate Son? - Ky-mani is the unique Marley

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    Fortunate Son? - Ky-mani is the unique Marley

    Ky-mani might very well be the forgotten Marley. One of countless children of the late, great Bob, he saw his release Many More Roads nominated for a Grammy for Best Reggae Album in 2001. But Ky-mani's brother, Damian Marley, walked away with the aw...

    by Jason Handelsman on September 6, 2007
  • Rock Monster - In film and in music, Rob Zombie is happy to be the odd man out

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    Rock Monster - In film and in music, Rob Zombie is happy to be the odd man out

    Rob Zombie is a lot less scary in person. For years his grizzled appearance -- thick beard, tattoos, and, quite often, dreadlocks -- has combined with his love of horror, both in his personal life and his music, to create the persona of a creepy cre...

    by Cole Haddon on September 6, 2007
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    Under the Covers - Try rehashing with more panache

    I admit it -- I don't like cover bands. In fact I've never heard a cover band that can substitute for the original record. My wife tells me I can't appreciate cover bands because I don't dance, and she's right on that score; every time I attempt to ...

    by Lee Zimmerman on September 6, 2007
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    The Bars at Sunset Place

    Malls, much like bars, are epicenters of style and social activity, places where people come to parade as much as they do to splurge. In the Shops at Sunset Place (5701 Sunset Dr., South Miami; 305-663-4222), alcohol is as much of an attraction as a...

    by Alexandra Quiñones on September 6, 2007
  • Obituary

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    Obituary

    Obituary singer John Tardy was a pioneer of the low-growl metal-vocal sound, but he sounds pretty normal over the phone. "I can't wait to see the fans in Miami," he says, referring to the Tampa band's first local gig in two years. Saturday's stop at...

    by Eric W. Saeger on September 6, 2007
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    Terry Mullan

    Chicago DJ Terry Mullan's house music is so acidic he should be pimping Eveready batteries. Mullan was last in Miami in March, at Nocturnal for the AM Only party during WMC. His renown stems in part from his track "Sidewinder," which wound up on the...

    by Eric W. Saeger on September 6, 2007
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    Wolfgang Muthspiel Trio

    Austrian-born jazz guitarist Wolfgang Muthspiel invariably gives the first impression of a phenomenally understated musician. He rarely raises the voice of his instrument above a normal conversational tone. It's a brilliant gambit; by keeping his co...

    by Andrés Solar on September 6, 2007
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    Shane & Shane and Bebo Norman

    Some of the brightest rising stars on the Christian rock scene arrive Tuesday for the local stop of their Pages Tour, so named for the journal in which headliners Shane & Shane penned many of their lyrics. The Shanes -- last names Barnard and Everet...

    by Arielle Castillo on September 6, 2007
  • Student of Life - Producer/DJ Djinji Brown traveled from hardcore to hip-hop to house, landing in Miami along the way

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    Student of Life - Producer/DJ Djinji Brown traveled from hardcore to hip-hop to house, landing in Miami along the way

    The beautiful thing about art and music," reveals 37-year-old renaissance man Djinji Brown, "is that you can redefine or reinvent yourself by trying some different shit." He should know. A recent Miami transplant, Brown has perfected the art of r...

    by Bernard Hacker on September 6, 2007
  • Smooth Operators - Brooklyn's Tigercity teaches the unwashed hipster masses a little something about soul

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    Smooth Operators - Brooklyn's Tigercity teaches the unwashed hipster masses a little something about soul

    The four guys of Tigercity must be totally smooth dudes. There's the cover of their latest self-released EP, Pretend Not to Love -- a photo of four graceful stallions galloping down a crystalline beach. Smooth. Then there's the opening of "Are You S...

    by Arielle Castillo on September 6, 2007
  • VHS or Beta - Bring on the Comets (Astralwerks)

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    VHS or Beta - Bring on the Comets (Astralwerks)

    The British and French can barely conceal their contempt for one another, so leave it to a band from Louisville, Kentucky, to unite the two countries' rich, if diametrically opposed, musical traditions. VHS or Beta's debut album, Le Funk -- short on...

    by Jonathan Garrett on September 6, 2007
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