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    Felt

    On a recent cool Saturday night, things were status quo on South Beach: People were dressed up, paying, and putting on airs for the powers that manned the doors at packed clubs. Less savvy partygoers waited in line, thereby eliminating any chances t...

    by Alexandra QuiƱones on November 15, 2007
  • Roots Music - Miami's own DJ Craze comes full circle

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    Roots Music - Miami's own DJ Craze comes full circle

    Today Miami is home to some of hip-hop's biggest names and in-demand recording studios. But back in the Nineties, the only things most out-of-towners knew about the area, other than the infamous South Beach nightlife, were Dan Marino, hurricanes, an...

    by Bernard Hacker on November 15, 2007
  • Laurent Garnier

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    Laurent Garnier

    This weekend famed house artiste Laurent Garnier appears at Shine for his first gig in Miami in more than a decade. The star DJ, one of the prime cogs in the late-Eighties Madchester scene, boasts his share of storied appearances. There was the time...

    by Eric W. Saeger on November 15, 2007
  • Article

    Deborah Harry

    She has teamed with Iggy, Elvis, Moby, Los Fabulosos Cadillacs, and Miss Guy (of Toilet Boys). She has spoken up and out on AIDS, the Human Rights Campaign, and even the incarceration of Lil' Kim. Her songs are now tracking a West End staging of Des...

    by John Hood on November 15, 2007
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    Bachaco

    Together for less than a year, the world experimentalists of Bachaco prefer their career trajectory like their tequila: straight up. Already armed with enough original material to fill a couple of albums, the Miami band is at work on its first, as-y...

    by Eric W. Saeger on November 15, 2007
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    Melt Banana

    Tokyo quartet Melt Banana really is the perfect band for fans of both Puffy AmiYumi and AIDS Wolf, if such a creature actually exists (the fan, not the wolf). On the cute side of things, there are frontwoman Yasuko Onuki's vocals, which are mostly h...

    by Michael Alan Goldberg on November 15, 2007
  • Radiohead - In Rainbows (self-released)

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    Radiohead - In Rainbows (self-released)

    It's possible to hear Radiohead's In Rainbows, in the craftmanship of its 10 songs and their essential tunefulness, as a conservative piece of work. Thom Yorke's vocals and Phil Selway's drums lead into "15 Step," followed by the off-kilter, technic...

    by Frank Houston on November 15, 2007
  • Article

    AK 1200 - Weapons of Tomorrow (Moist Music)

    Drum 'n' bass compilations are difficult to put together. The sound belongs so much to a loudspeakered, floor-shaking, chest-vibrating type of atmosphere that trying to compress it onto a disc is next to impossible. The way most jocks tend to make t...

    by Lily Moayeri on November 15, 2007
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    Father Bloopy - Ginger, Baby (Dippy Records)

    Miami Beach may be famous for many things -- celebrity cachet, club chic, thongs, and a dearth of parking spaces. But it's generally not known for birthing rock stars. So when singer/guitarist/songwriter Roger Houdaille proclaims himself a Miami Bea...

    by Lee Zimmerman on November 15, 2007
  • Various Artists - The "Almost" Free Album Vol. 4 (self-released)

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    Various Artists - The "Almost" Free Album Vol. 4 (self-released)

    Every independent music scene needs a selfless character to help shine the light on other artists -- even when it detracts from his own spotlight. As far as Palm Beach hip-hop goes, that catalyst is a producer/MC by the name of E.F.O.N., who's been ...

    by Jonathan Cunningham on November 15, 2007
  • Article

    Sex and the Single Pumpkin - A guy in a chicken suit gets squashed at Churchill's

    There he is: a guy in a chicken suit, flailing around in a pseudo-mock mosh pit on the rain-slick concrete floor of Churchill's back patio theater. As a punk band screams in the background, someone hurls a plastic cup of shitty beer, beaning him on ...

    by Arielle Castillo on November 8, 2007
  • Identical Licks - Canadian duo Tegan and Sara give it to us straight

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    Identical Licks - Canadian duo Tegan and Sara give it to us straight

    In the eight or so years since Tegan and Sara signed to fellow Canadian Neil Young's Vapor Records and began touring the world in earnest, more and more fans have been flocking to their unorthodox, much-talked-about shows. The tattooed, mulleted sis...

    by Michael Alan Goldberg on November 8, 2007
  • Live Transmission - A slew of Joy Divison reissues

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    Live Transmission - A slew of Joy Divison reissues

    It's a good month for Joy Division fans to maybe think about trying to smile. Sure, the confusing multiple release dates for Control, Anton Corbijn's biopic about singer Ian Curtis, make it unclear if the movie will ever reach the big screen in Sout...

    by Arielle Castillo on November 8, 2007
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    Mr. Misery - Why Nick Drake lives on

    Liverpool musican Pete Wylie allegedly coined the term optimisery. Definition: The feeling of wanting to fall in love, but knowing the heartbreak that arrives with it. It's an apt sniglet to describe those individuals stumbling through the fragile h...

    by Ryan Foley on November 8, 2007
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    Titanic Brewery

    The streets around the University of Miami were quiet on a drizzly pre-Halloween Sunday night. Most of the campus's inhabitants had hunkered down for the week ahead and the only trace of sound was the rhythmic hum of a blinking yellow traffic light ...

    by Alexandra QuiƱones on November 8, 2007
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    Piss and Vinegar - What not to ask Tom Gabel of Against Me!

    The story of Against Me! begins in the small college town of Gainesville, Florida, in 1997. There then-17-year-old Tom Gabel would play his angst-filled compositions with an acoustic guitar on street corners for spare change. The tunes were catchy, ...

    by Jason Handelsman on November 8, 2007
  • Morrissey

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    Morrissey

    No matter how much he shuns the public eye, no matter how many times he threatens to disappear, no matter how tired he might seem, Morrissey will always have fans who flock to him. When the Manchester-born Moz -- an eloquent bard of countless slight...

    by Arielle Castillo on November 8, 2007
  • Rock's Hard Place - Aesop on turning 30, getting hitched, and leaving New York

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    Rock's Hard Place - Aesop on turning 30, getting hitched, and leaving New York

    During the making of None Shall Pass -- Aesop Rock's gentler, narrative-heavy new CD on Definitive Jux -- the hip-hop MC moved from his beloved New York to San Francisco, got married, and turned 30. "So those were the three punches in the face I too...

    by Ben Westhoff on November 8, 2007
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    Eric Prydz

    Eric Prydz is serious about energy conservation, but that isn't why he'd love to see airplanes abolished. The Swedish techno DJ/producer is deathly afraid of flying -- it's a wonder he's making a stateside trip to begin with. Thus it makes sense tha...

    by Eric W. Saeger on November 8, 2007
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    Flatfoot 56

    Shane McGowan would be proud: Irish-inflected punk is alive and kicking with booted feet. The latest heirs to the royal court currently led by the Dropkick Murphys and Flogging Molly are the members of Flatfoot 56, a quartet hailing from the Windy C...

    by Arielle Castillo on November 8, 2007
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