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    Stephen Marley - Mind Control (Tuff Gong/Universal)

    The least known and perhaps most talented son of Bob Marley is finally stepping into the limelight. Though Stephen Marley is usually working behind the scenes on his family members' projects, his long-awaited solo effort, Mind Control, lives up to it...

    by Braden Ruddy on April 12, 2007
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    Ozomatli - Don't Mess with the Dragon (Concord)

    Ozomatli's latest effort, Don't Mess with the Dragon, is a fusion of Spanish rock, hip-hop, reggaeton, and funk, the perfect crossover release. The nine-man Ozomatli has put together a dozen tunes for the group's fourth full-length CD, most of them h...

    by Olivia Flores Alvarez on April 12, 2007
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    Slavic Soul Party - Teknochek Collision (Barbes)

    There's something rather, uh, funky about neo-Eastern European music. Not funky in a Clyde Stubberfield backing up James Brown kind of way, but then again, when you combine a Slavic blend of accordion, tuba, darabouka, and clarinet with the trombone,...

    by Jonathan Cunningham on April 12, 2007
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    Kings of Leon - Because of the Times (RCA)

    Kings of Leon are commanding quite a racket these days. Made up of three brothers sons of a Pentecostal preacher and their cousin, the band has been hailed by some as the savior of Southern rock. Their third album, Because of the Times, is an iro...

    by Lee Zimmerman on April 12, 2007
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    Ratatat

    It's getting harder and harder to figure out what the kids are listening to these days. Case in point: Ratatat. Does the Brooklyn duo of Mike Stroud (guitars) and Evan Mast (synthesizers) make nouveau electronica? Or instrumental hip-hop? Or lo-fi ID...

    by Steven Almond on April 12, 2007
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    Earl Greyhound

    What has six legs, a big Afro, and is forever compared to Led Zeppelin? If you guessed Wolfmother, you're right. In this instance, though, we're talking about the other six-legged, Afroed Zep disciples, New York's Earl Greyhound. The trio's debut ...

    by Eric W. Saeger on April 12, 2007
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    Marion Meadows

    "A lot of people have found their way into learning about music through smooth jazz," saxophonist Marion Meadows observes of his chosen genre. "It does seem to draw on new ideas, and it gets people to later dig harder material." A West Virginia na...

    by Ernest Barteldes on April 12, 2007
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    Pierre Drge

    Danish guitarist, composer, and bandleader Pierre Drge admits that he requires a bit of effort from his audiences when they come to hear his New Jungle Orchestra perform. Not that his troupe (which debuted in 1980) makes experimental music by any de...

    by Andrés Solar on April 12, 2007
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    Midnight Glimpse: Area 61

    Every Thursday, in a hidden corner of Aventura, freaky fans of poetry venture to Area 61 (504 NE 190th St, Aventura; 305-652-6480), a converted warehouse decked out as a venue and studio with couches, a stage, a small bar, surround sound, and air con...

    by Alexandra Quiñones on April 12, 2007
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    The Postmarks Always Sing Twice - America's next great pop band just happens to hail from South Florida. Surprised? So are they

    There's no shortage of bands composing ditties about love and loss in bustling alternative music sweet spots such as London and Brooklyn. Even so, if an indie group is capable of producing gorgeous modern ballads while residing in sleepy strip-mall S...

    by José Dávila on April 5, 2007
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    Don't I Know You? - Former Miami Beach homeboy and character actor Scotch Ellis Loring makes his bid for musical greatness

    His face inevitably looks familiar, like someone you've met at a real estate function on Brickell. Or he might've been that lousy waiter from Cafeteria on Lincoln Road. Or maybe he was the lucky bastard who nabbed the last parking spot on Washington ...

    by Esther Park on April 5, 2007
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    The Rub - It's the Motherfucking Remix Vol. 2.2 (Turntable Lab)

    Imagine a planet where two of your favorite artists from various genres are constantly smashed together on one track. Rick James and Busta Rhymes. Sean Paul and the Temptations. Arrested Development and Jay-Z, for Christ's sake. It's an odd world, bu...

    by Jonathan Cunningham on April 5, 2007
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    Bright Eyes - Four Winds EP (Saddle Creek)

    Following the critical acclaim garnered by the 2005 simultaneous release of I'm Wide Awake, It's Morning and Digital Ash in a Digital Urn, Bright Eyes seems eager to confirm its status as indie overachievers. With anticipation building for a followup...

    by Lee Zimmerman on April 5, 2007
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    Francesca Ancarola - Lonqun (Petroglyph)

    Victor Jara was one of Chile's top folk composers, educators, and political activists until the time of his murder in 1973 during a military coup. On a newly released CD, Chilean vocalist Francesca Ancarola has found an amorous way of paying tribute ...

    by Ernest Barteldes on April 5, 2007
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    Black Milk - Popular Demand (Fat Beats)

    Detroit rappers/producers are entering an age of acclaim. Now that late Motown rapper/producer extraordinaire J Dilla is getting posthumous props all over the globe, the rap world seems hungry for anything with an authentic Detroit sound. It's a fine...

    by Jonathan Cunningham on April 5, 2007
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    The 5 Browns

    One great thing about classical music is that it can take the wan populism of Oprah, the decaffeinated blandness of Good Morning America, and the incessant pablum of Jay Leno and render them all irrelevant. When the Utah sibling piano quintet the 5...

    by Andrés Solar on April 5, 2007
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    Tuff Luvs and Stay Hitt at Churchill's

    Local punk rock vets the Crumbs and Stay Hitt will help support Tuff Luvs, visiting from Mississippi, at Churchill's on Saturday. Back in 1992, the Crumbs took over the garage at drummer Chuck Loose's house and turned it into "Garageland," a place ...

    by Eric W. Saeger on April 5, 2007
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    Nil Lara

    Anybody who was around during the South Beach boom of the early Nineties will remember Nil Lara, and the incendiary shows he put on virtually every week, it seemed at the legendary and now-defunct Stephen Talkhouse. A Cuban-American who spent muc...

    by Steven Almond on April 5, 2007
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    VNV Nation

    Futurepop pioneers VNV Nation bring their 1984 imagery to Studio A on Thursday for an all-ages show. The band, made up of Londoners Ronan Harris and Mark Jackson, has taken its time in becoming electronic music's next big thing: They've been together...

    by Eric W. Saeger on April 5, 2007
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    Midnight Glimpse: Amadeus Bar

    Tuesday is no longer the most boring day of the week at Amadeus Bar, in the Ritz-Carlton Coconut Grove (3300 SW 27th Ave, Coconut Grove; 305-644-4680). Starting at 9:00 p.m. Monica Llobet gives dance lessons ($10 for an hour), then hosts a milonga (...

    by Alexandra Quiñones on April 5, 2007
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