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    From L.A. with Love in Miami

    Miami and Los Angeles, they're not so different. On the obvious tip, there's all the bling and the pneumatic bodies on balmy beaches. On the not-so-obvious tip, there are the chin-scratching musical movements bubbling under those shiny surfaces. Stil...

    by Arielle Castillo on June 28, 2007
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    Guns 'n' Bombs

    It's a straight-up L.A. invasion of Miami this weekend. The attack on Friday's edition of the weekly Revolver party comes from the the tag team duo with the gentle moniker Guns 'n' Bombs. While New York and Paris get all the techno/electro revival at...

    by Arielle Castillo on June 28, 2007
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    Eldar

    Sometimes even a world-class piano prodigy has to kick back and just live the life of a boy and his record collection. The light-speed piano work of twenty-year-old Eldar Djangirov is the sound of someone willing his fingers to tell 50 musical storie...

    by Eric W. Saeger on June 28, 2007
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    Independance with Roger Sanchez, Oscar G, and Cedric Gervais

    New York's Roger Sanchez has been an insanely popular house DJ since releasing records on the classic dance record label Strictly Rhythm in the early Nineties. Apparently he's a big draw on at least a few continents. To wit: Last month some dodgy clu...

    by Tamara Palmer on June 28, 2007
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    Purdy Lounge

    Alcohol is the id's best friend. When the two mix, shame and tact are beaten into submission by our inner animal. During this brief lapse of reason, man's primordial urge to act a fool is realized to the amusement of sober observers, i.e., me, on a r...

    by Alexandra Quiñones on June 28, 2007
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    Musical Meltdown - It's sweltering outside, but there's still music worth hearing

    Bonnaroo, Lollapalooza, Pitchfork. Sasquatch, Coachella, Summerfest. Aside from the hundreds of rocking performances and the crowds of thousands, the one thing all of these festivals have in common is that they won't be in your back yard this summer....

    by Jake Nelson on June 28, 2007
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    Front Page News - With his latest album, En Primera Plana, recent Cuban defector and popular sonero Issac Delgado starts over in the States

    Nearly 45 minutes late for a confirmed sit-down on a recent balmy afternoon, Issac Delgado speeds through the glass doors of a Miami hotel, sunglasses still on and car keys dangling. Wearing jeans, a loose dress shirt, and loafers, he doesn't tender ...

    by Fernando on June 21, 2007
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    The Crash of Crush - Austin's Voxtrot makes mopery magical

    Does he or doesn't he? Chances are he does, and then some. Dig her, that is. The real question then: Does she dig him? Probably. But she's not sure. She is damn certain of one thing: He's no good for her. No damn good at all. And he knows it, too, to...

    by John Hood on June 21, 2007
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    Class and Sass - In a world of fluffy crossover songbirds, Jane Monheit makes jazz sultry and just a little bit dangerous again

    If there were a Grammy for Most Urbane American International Vocalist, it would go to Jane Monheit. The New Yorker could be the stateside soul sister of Germany's Ute Lemper, minus the Kurt Weill repertoire. Monheit, though, does have the necessary ...

    by Andrés Solar on June 21, 2007
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    Pelican - City of Echoes (Hydra Head Records)

    On its third album, this Chicago quartet continues its quest to incorporate the best bits of shoegaze, stoner rock, and heavy music -- and then flip the bird at the genre conventions of all three. Since debut album Australasia, the staunch road dogs ...

    by Arielle Castillo on June 21, 2007
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    Various Artists - Florida Funk: Funk 45s from the Alligator State 1968-1975 (Jazzman/Now-Again)

    The title of this superb anthology of rare furious grooves from Florida speaks for itself. There are tons of righteous soul, hard-kickin' drum breaks, James Brown-influenced grooves, and a whole lot of unheard funky goodness. For those new to the fun...

    by David Mittleman on June 21, 2007
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    Arturo Sandoval - Rumba Palace (Telarc Jazz)

    After a number of adventuresome jazz albums on Blue Note, the Miami-based trumpeter returns to his pre-Irakere roots on this disc. These original songs bear an Afro-Cuban feel not far from Buena Vista Social Club turf, with Sandoval even sporadically...

    by Ernest Barteldes on June 21, 2007
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    The Horrors - Strange House (Stolen Transmission)

    While the rest of hipsterdom in their native London was going flashy neon, the Horrors did what any endearingly bratty, contrary children would do. They looked inside themselves and saw their hearts were black. Well, not really, but the quartet kicke...

    by Arielle Castillo on June 21, 2007
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    Longwave and Jacob Miller

    Sure, the drummer sets the pace in most bands, but if you've got two wild stallions on guitars, let them run. Vocalist/guitarist Steve Shiltz and guitarist Shannon Ferguson, of Longwave, have been playing together since the 1999 release of the gro...

    by Kenneth Scott on June 21, 2007
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    Tiempo Libre

    Miami's Tiempo Libre won a small victory at this year's Grammys just by grabbing a nomination for Best Tropical Latin Album. The group's indie album Lo Que Esperabas (What You've Been Waiting For) was pitted against discs by bands armed with Sony ...

    by Eric W. Saeger on June 21, 2007
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    Willie Heath Neal

    Like Hank Williams III, Willie Heath Neal isn't quite the cow-punk he used to be, at least in the studio. Nowadays it's an unplugged guitar powering his eighteen-wheeler-load of 'tude. Today he's of a mood to talk -- about anything. It's like play...

    by Eric W. Saeger on June 21, 2007
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    Peso

    The South Bronx neighborhood known as Hunts Point has come a long, hard way since the white man swindled it outta the Wekkguasegeeck tribe back in the mid-Seventeenth Century. But nothing has affected the strip of land between the East and Bronx rive...

    by John Hood on June 21, 2007
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    Elf Power and Man Man

    Here's one to baffle the senses: the power-pop psychedelic stylings of Elf Power, the indie Summer Birds in the Cellar, and the carnival high jinks of Man Man all in downtown Miami ... for free? Don't give me lip for looking a gift horse in the mouth...

    by Abel Folgar on June 21, 2007
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    Love Hate Lounge

    This is Miami and, generally speaking, even the slightest hint of cellulite or a paunch is unacceptable in the realm of upscale night clubs. (Just watch the trailers for the South Beach documentary ClubLand). But resourceful club-hoppers know how to ...

    by Alexandra Quiñones on June 21, 2007
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    Chongas! - Maybe 2007 will be their year

    One recent misty Saturday night at the Main Street shopping center in Miami Lakes, a few doors away from Victoria's Secret and down the street from Ruby Tuesday, two young celebrities mingled with their adoring fans. It happened inside Johnny Rockets...

    by Tamara Lush on June 14, 2007
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