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    Working-Class Hero - It's something to be, on our recommended Labor Day mix

    When you think about it, Labor Day is possibly the most American holiday we have, trumping even the Fourth of July. Let's face it: We pride ourselves on our blue-collar roots more than we do on a silly declaration. Therefore here is a handful of son...

    by Cole Haddon on August 30, 2007
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    Gatsby's

    Gatsby's (8575 SW 124th Ave., Miami; 305-412-2220) is one of the few pubs to successfully capture the air of a bygone era without kitsch overload. The upscale sports bar/restaurant's dim confines recall the plush cigar parlors and smoky speakeasies ...

    by Alexandra Qui├▒ones on August 30, 2007
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    DJ Krust

    The drum 'n' bass tanks keep rolling at Laundry Bar, with DJ Krust manning the booth this week. Krust was originally a hip-hop guy who began DJing in the mid-Eighties at schools and small clubs around his hometown of Bristol in the UK. During the la...

    by Eric W. Saeger on August 30, 2007
  • Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow - Wanna know why Y&T Records music maven Rich Ulloa is so charged up lately? Hint: It's something about Mary.

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    Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow - Wanna know why Y&T Records music maven Rich Ulloa is so charged up lately? Hint: It's something about Mary.

    Rich Ulloa can't contain his enthusiasm. Here he is, arms full of scrapbooks, three of the 20 volumes he has meticulously compiled since the early Nineties. They comprise every scrap of paper having anything to do with singer-songwriter Mary Karlzen...

    by Lee Zimmerman on August 30, 2007
  • Time to Shine - DJ and promoter Jon Cowan reopens his spot in the Shelborne Hotel by resurrecting, for one night, another ghost of South Beach club past: Groove Jet

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    Time to Shine - DJ and promoter Jon Cowan reopens his spot in the Shelborne Hotel by resurrecting, for one night, another ghost of South Beach club past: Groove Jet

    Rumors of Shine's demise have been greatly exaggerated. DJ Jonathan Cowan's club opened to much fanfare in the Shelborne Hotel in spring 2006, immediately garnering kudos for its intimate size and ambience, as well as a jaw-dropping Steve Dash so...

    by Arielle Castillo on August 30, 2007
  • Talib Kweli - Eardrum (Blacksmith/Warner Bros.)

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    Talib Kweli - Eardrum (Blacksmith/Warner Bros.)

    "Conscious rap" needs to be eliminated from hip-hop's vernacular -- or at the very least, Talib Kweli's name should be stricken from its rolls. Nobody's quite sure what the term means: Music that doesn't focus on rims and butts? Songs wherein the li...

    by Ben Westhoff on August 30, 2007
  • D. Charles Speer - Some Forgotten Country (Sound@1)

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    D. Charles Speer - Some Forgotten Country (Sound@1)

    Some Forgotten Country opens with picket-fence guitar, Harry Smith banjo, and a bluesman spitting marbles: "Going to Atlanta just to look around...." I've heard this stoned baritone before, almost 40 years ago. He's the willing trucker "smuggling...

    by Justin F. Farrar on August 30, 2007
  • Panacea - The Scenic Route (Rawkus/Glow-in-the-Dark)

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    Panacea - The Scenic Route (Rawkus/Glow-in-the-Dark)

    Panacea's striking LP, The Scenic Route, ripples with introspective rhymes and production. The creative spark that Washington, D.C.'s K-Murdock and Raw Poetic dubbed Panacea was formed as a side project around a larger hip-hop band called RPM. The S...

    by Dominic Umile on August 30, 2007
  • Earlimart - Mentor Tormentor (Majordomo)

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    Earlimart - Mentor Tormentor (Majordomo)

    Earlimart makes the kind of music that keeps you company when you're feeling the most alone. That doesn't mean the group's latest LP, Mentor Tormentor, sounds lonely. Rather, it makes you feel better in the by-yourself times. It does such a good job...

    by Lily Moayeri on August 30, 2007
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    Ankla

    If you attend Ozzfest at the Sound Advice Ampitheathre in West Palm Beach on Thursday, check the second stage for the L.A.-based Ankla. And if the band's crushing, hypnotic grooves move you, good news: The group takes the stage Friday at Studio A fo...

    by Arielle Castillo on August 30, 2007
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    Fitzroy

    There are electronic musicians, nonelectronic musicians, and then Miami's Fitzroy. "I don't think of myself as an electronic artist," the Barbados-born singer professes before admitting, "I record my stuff using a lot of synths -- both real and comp...

    by Eric W. Saeger on August 30, 2007
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    The Bang Gang Deejays

    It came from down under: Modular Records, that is, the Sydney, Australia-based label and one of the leaders of the post-rave, post-rock, all-fun Zeitgeist. Thank the label for introducing the world to the warped dance beats of Aussies like the Prese...

    by Arielle Castillo on August 30, 2007
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    The Used

    A few years back, The Used's Bert McCracken and My Chemical Romance's Gerard Way were the enfants terribles of the '00s post-emo/post-whatever world. The duo shared a serious dark streak and a fuck-it-all attitude, seemingly inhaling substances by t...

    by Arielle Castillo on August 30, 2007
  • Quiet Riot - Raffa and Rainer ask Miami to rock a little softer

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    Quiet Riot - Raffa and Rainer ask Miami to rock a little softer

    At a venue like Churchill's, where hardcore, punk, and death metal bands dominate most nights, the best way to attract attention is by making less noise. At least that seems to be the tactic Raffajo Harris and Rainer Davies are taking with their new...

    by Jake Nelson on August 23, 2007
  • Not-So-Dear Diaries - Nikki Sixx's new memoir is a tale of blow, hookers, and all things M÷tley CrŘe

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    Not-So-Dear Diaries - Nikki Sixx's new memoir is a tale of blow, hookers, and all things Mtley Cre

    From Christmas Day 1986 through January 17, 1987, Mtley Cre founder and songwriter Nikki Sixx kept a daily diary that chronicled his exploits as an unraveling cocaine and heroin addict. He's not the first, and won't be the last, to do this, but go...

    by Jonathan Cunningham on August 23, 2007
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    Alphabet Aerobics - Hip Hop Harry may not be the greatest rapper alive, but he's certainly the furriest

    Nas's Hip Hop Is Dead has inspired a level of fear and introspection not recently seen in the discipline. Doomsayers cite record plummeting cultural influence in their arguments, but for proof that hip-hop lives, they need look no further than the r...

    by Ben Westhoff on August 23, 2007
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    Last Chance Saloon

    Miami might be one of the southernmost locales in the eastern United States, but it hardly meets the requisites of Dixieland. Country drawls and cowboy boots are as rare as Hispanic accents and chancletas are prolific. But down where the turnpike me...

    by Alexandra Qui├▒ones on August 23, 2007
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    Purple Popcorn

    Some bands try for crossover hits, and some throw Hail Marys from 60 yards out. Purple Popcorn would fall into the latter category. The Miami-based hard-rock/rap act is headed up by Danny "Styles" Schofield and Winston "Blackout" Thomas, the same pa...

    by Eric W. Saeger on August 23, 2007
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    Ed Rush

    If the drum 'n' bass genre were ever to eat itself, Ed Rush wouldn't be to blame. In the early Nineties, Rush was just another way-too-serious breakdancer searching for meaning beyond his electro/hip-hop universe. As it happened, the key to his arti...

    by Eric W. Saeger on August 23, 2007
  • Baby Anne

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    Baby Anne

    Give Orlando-based DJ/producer Baby Anne a gold star on two counts. One, for still carrying a torch for Florida breaks, our state's woozy, psyched-out spin on electro that reached its heyday in the late Nineties. Two, for being one of the few female...

    by Arielle Castillo on August 23, 2007
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