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    Louie's Lair - Deep beneath the Shelborne Hotel, Studio is an underground haven for karaoke connoisseurs

    "Over 22,000 songs in 20 languages," beckons the Website for Studio, the self-proclaimed "world's largest karaoke club," located below the Shelborne Hotel in Miami Beach. "Giant dance floor with lasers, strobe lights, and smoke! 2 VIP rooms! Chance t...

    by MICHAEL PATRICK WELCH on June 7, 2007
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    Samba School - In Moro No Brasil, a Finnish director travels to Rio to uncover the roots of its rhythm

    A jeep bumps along a desolate dirt road in the arid countryside of Pernambuco, Brazil. The dry landscape, part of the nation's poorest region, is a far cry from the romantic image that Americans have of the country. This is, after all, not the mounta...

    by Ernest Barteldes on June 7, 2007
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    Cedric Gervais - Yoshitoshi Miami (Yoshitoshi)

    For those uninclined toward clubbing: French expatriate Cedric Gervais is one of Miami's most popular resident DJs, appearing each weekend at Club Space downtown. Gervais spins house music in those lost hours where Saturday night becomes Sunday morni...

    by Tamara Palmer on June 7, 2007
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    Los Tigres del Norte - Detalles y Emociones (Fonovisa)

    The average unsuspecting gringo has no idea: Across Latin America, Los Tigres del Norte are huge, regularly selling out stadiums of more than 80,000 seats, registering global sales of more than 32 million records -- that kind of huge. Detalles y Em...

    by Arielle Castillo on June 7, 2007
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    Dungen - Tio Bitar (Kemado)

    Creatively speaking, Sweden's Gustav Ejstes, the man behind Dungen, refuses to remain earthbound. On Tio Bitar, he takes listeners on a trip to the Fab Nebula, where almost everything within earshot sounds literally out of this world. Ejstes's ingred...

    by Michael Roberts on June 7, 2007
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    Sage Francis - Human the Death Dance (Epitaph)

    There's no denying Sage Francis's passion -- for hip-hop, for speaking truth, for expression itself. Nothing changes with Human the Death Dance, but where 2005's A Healthy Distrust dealt chiefly with today's dire sociopolitical landscape, here Sage l...

    by Jordan Selbo on June 7, 2007
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    Osunlade

    Osunlade is, quite literally, the priest of deep, soulful house music -- a talented producer who left a promising mainstream career and shed the trappings of the American recording industry in favor of becoming a spiritual guide in the African religi...

    by Tamara Palmer on June 7, 2007
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    Maroon 5

    Though he seems annoyingly aware of this fact, Maroon 5's lithe frontman, Adam Levine, is one of the prettiest pop-rockers to come along in eons. (Oh, how Jared Leto must covet Levine's milky complexion.) But with his brassy sass and brave forays int...

    by Tamara Palmer on June 7, 2007
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    Jordan Knight

    When former Eighties and Nineties superstars are in search of a sixteenth minute of fame, VH1 offers a slightly less desperate alternative to leaking sex tapes and adopting children. Jordan Knight, a former New Kid on the Block, took a stab at realit...

    by Alexandra Quiñones on June 7, 2007
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    Diam's

    Tumult is nothing new to the French, but their recent political events intrigue partly because of the battle-of-the-sexes element involved. Just take France's recent presidential election, which resulted in the rejection of popular candidate Sgolne...

    by Andrés Solar on June 7, 2007
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    Gryphon

    There's no better time for an exodus from Miami than Memorial Day weekend. On the Friday night leading off that three-day sinfest, Seminole Hard Rock Casino maintained the easygoing atmosphere that our neighbors to the north are known for. Crowds of ...

    by Alexandra Quiñones on June 7, 2007
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    Joyful Noise - Still going strong at 71, Argentine folk hero Mercedes Sosa shares her messages of peace

    "Someone once told me that in order for a woman to be successful, she needs three things: health, talent, and luck," says legendary Argentine folk singer Mercedes Sosa during a phone interview from her home in Buenos Aires. "If you're missing one of ...

    by Julienne Gage on May 31, 2007
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    Release the Bats - Glenn Danzig brings a double-album's worth of lost material back from the dead

    Festering in some dark abyss for the past ten years, The Lost Tracks of Danzig (evilive) has risen like an army of demons liberated from the depths of Hell. "Lost Tracks was a big undertaking, that's for sure," Glenn Danzig says by phone from his...

    by Jason Handelsman on May 31, 2007
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    The Leftovers

    A new album and a tenuous connection to the Queers bring the Leftovers to Churchill's on Friday. Nowadays Portland, Maine, is the U.S. capital of DIY when you're talking north of Boston. Somewhere hidden among the city's too-fucking-quaint tourist ...

    by Eric W. Saeger on May 31, 2007
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    David Koller and Band

    Let's face it: The two countries that formerly composed Czechoslovakia barely register a blip on the South Florida radar. Asked to name a modern cultural export of the Czech Republic or Slovakia, the average educated adult might come up with author M...

    by Arielle Castillo on May 31, 2007
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    Dirty Gruv Presents Submerge 101

    With summer coming and tourist dollars drying up, Igor Bogatov is on the offense, looking for fresh local faces on the dance floor. (Well, fresh local feet, actually; if you find your face is often on the floor, maybe you need to skip it this week.) ...

    by Eric W. Saeger on May 31, 2007
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    Tool

    To borrow from Chuck Klosterman: Metal bands come in two forms -- those that model Led Zeppelin, and those that model Black Sabbath. (He recently proposed this thesis in the exhaustive, four-hour VH1 documentary Heavy: A History of Metal.) Tool, who ...

    by Kenneth Scott on May 31, 2007
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    Oasis Lounge

    Standard suburban extras unwittingly nailed their roles one recent Friday night at a West Kendall strip mall. Teens sporting thick chains and black tank tops loitered around an IHOP. The clerk of a patronless liquor store smoked a cigarette outside a...

    by Alexandra Quiñones on May 31, 2007
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    A Star Is Buddz - Dancehall darling Collie Buddz has a hit single, an album ready to drop, and a lot of very confused fans

    When you think of dancehall music, it's safe to assume that the island of Bermuda isn't the first locale that leaps to mind. In fact, though Bermuda is often mistaken as a Caribbean island, its closest neighbor is actually North Carolina. Other Bermu...

    by Esther Park on May 24, 2007
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    Bang the Drum Slowly - Conguero Lazaro Alfonso keeps the low end locked for the Spam Allstars, while launching his own traditional troupe

    Life has provided percussionist Lazaro Alfonso with plenty of highlights, from playing the congas at Havana's world-renowned club Tropicana, to sharing a stage with keyboardist Page McConnell, of the popular jam band Phish. These days Alfonso is be...

    by José Dávila on May 24, 2007
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