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    Down to Earth Approach

    The fresh-faced quartet Down to Earth Approach might look barely old enough to legally enter Studio A, where the band plays Thursday. But really, the guys have been at it now for the better part of a decade. Forming first in their native New York st...

    by Arielle Castillo on August 16, 2007
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    The Birthday Massacre

    Rarely does a band's name fit its music as decorously as with the Birthday Massacre. Similarly the Toronto-based quintet's sound is color-coordinated with its black-and-purple art scheme. It is Eighties big-rock balladry reupholstered for the goth-r...

    by Eric W. Saeger on August 16, 2007
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    Dead Beat Dad and Music Is a Weapon

    Joey Tiger doesn't mince words. He shoves them into your ears in raw chunks. "We get the best crowd response out of all the bands we play with," brags Tiger, lead guitarist of Hialeah-based hard rock act Dead Beat Dad. Together for a year, the bandm...

    by Eric W. Saeger on August 16, 2007
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    Waiting for Lavoe - The elusive Hctor

    When you set out to do a biographical film about a public figure who's well known to much of the audience, you start in a deep hole. But give the makers of El Cantante some credit. Marc Anthony, with a slender physique and a pair of retro aviator-st...

    by Edmund Newton on August 9, 2007
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    Aboriginal

    Local group Aboriginal holds the distinction of being one of the very few bands -- if not the only one -- that can boast of having opened for both Black Sheep and L.A. Guns. Few acts could, but true to its name, the quintet's sound is raw and fresh....

    by Arielle Castillo on August 9, 2007
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    Fernando Villalona

    More than 30 years ago, a lanky Dominican kid with a deep but piercing voice could do no better than third place on El Festival de la Voz ("The Festival of the Voice"). The talent search show, la American Idol, had been organized by a local artist...

    by Fernando Ruano Jr. on August 9, 2007
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    Dom & Roland

    The deliciously sinister beats of Dom & Roland have been fueling the drum 'n' bass scene ever since there was a drum 'n' bass scene. Recording for seminal genre labels like No-U-Turn and Moving Shadow (and latterly DRP, for Dom & Roland Productions,...

    by Tamara Palmer on August 9, 2007
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    Self Run Will

    If it's Tuesday, there's another hidden local gem playing at Churchill's; this time it's Self Run Will. These four guys are masters of MySpace self-deprecation, littering their page with admissions that they're "white trash" and that they sound like...

    by Eric W. Saeger on August 9, 2007
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    Easy Being Green - Linkin Park's Projekt Revolution tour gives back big

    Buy a ticket to the Projekt Revolution concert, and your purchase will contribute to eliminating an estimated 167 tons of carbon emissions this year -- which should make you feel pretty damn good about yourself. In fact give yourself a pat on the ba...

    by Cole Haddon on August 9, 2007
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    A Swan's Song - Aymee Nuviola's distinctive voice wasn't always a point of pride

    After witnessing her stage bravado, her rheumatic and melodic vocalization, one finds it difficult to imagine that singer Aymee Nuviola faced many difficulties as an adolescent in her native Cuba. From the way she passionately croons, gracefully gri...

    by Fernando Ruano Jr. on August 9, 2007
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    From La Calle to the Big Screen - Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony spill on doing their hero, Hctor Lavoe, justice in El Cantante

    A few years back, some uncreative journalists announced a new "Latin explosion" was sweeping the American music scene. That so-called movement turned out to be combustible. But three decades earlier, a true Latin explosion had hit the nation: New Yo...

    by Cole Haddon on August 9, 2007
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    Novecento

    There was a time in Miami when scaffolds were scarce and only a small cluster of buildings composed the skyline along Brickell Avenue. Here a speck of affluence glimmered on the mainland, before gentrification spread like wildfire down Biscayne Boul...

    by Alexandra QuiƱones on August 9, 2007
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    Awards Tour - Ozone moves its gala to the (Dirty) South

    Southern rap magazine Ozone hustled its way into the awards show game last year, presenting a program as musically satisfying and gossip-fueling as its informative and edgy printed pages. It was mounted in conjunction with TJs DJs Tastemakers DJ/Mus...

    by Tamara Palmer on August 9, 2007
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    Austin Leeds

    This time of year most superstar DJs are reclaiming their residencies off the coast of Spain, entertaining the beautiful people summering in Ibiza. Fortunately for Miami, Austin Leeds is a travel junkie, and his tireless schedule brings him to Studi...

    by Eric W. Saeger on August 9, 2007
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    Spoon - Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga (Merge)

    While its slacker neighbors in Austin were busy making Gordian prog-punk or bluegrass covers of Snoop Dogg tracks, Spoon obsessed with the Pixies, overachieved, and got a major indie (and then a major) deal out of it. As it got dropped from Elektra ...

    by Andy Beta on August 9, 2007
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    The Bang Gang Deejays - Light Sound Dance (Modular)

    The Bang Gang has attracted international attention as one of Sydney, Australia's sweatiest, most forward-thinking club nights, where techno trash and indie slop coexist happily. This double-disc mix set, a group effort by the night's masterminds, i...

    by Arielle Castillo on August 9, 2007
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    John Vanderslice - Emerald City (Barsuk)

    This latest disc from San Francisco singer, songwriter, and audio auteur John Vanderslice was borne from mitigating circumstances, mostly having to do with immigration authorities denying his French girlfriend a visa. Apparently the legal limbo had ...

    by Lee Zimmerman on August 9, 2007
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    Frank Black - 93-03 (Cooking Vinyl)

    Although Frank Black's tenure at the helm of the Pixies overshadows his solo career, his individual efforts deserve this recap, an extensive compilation of 23 tracks culled from a decade's worth of recordings. Archivists, take note: The track list s...

    by Lee Zimmerman on August 9, 2007
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    Green Velvet

    In true space-age, dance music-weirdness style, Green Velvet was birthed as the alter ego of an alter ego: that of Cajmere, a.k.a. Curtis Alan Jones, a reigning house music artist of the late Eighties/early Nineties. Cajmere was always a little more...

    by Arielle Castillo on August 2, 2007
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    Oscar D'Len

    An impressive vocal range, off-the-cuff improvisational skills, and smooth dance moves enabled Oscar D'Len to step out from behind the wheel of a taxicab to follow his true love. In the early Seventies, the Venezuelan sonero would sing along to ...

    by Fernando Ruano Jr. on August 2, 2007
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