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    A Different Kind of Monster

    Warner Bros. paid $80 million for this? Hard to believe a decade ago Robert Christgau was praising "this talented minor band," harder still to believe this is where they headed after that decade passed. New Adventures in Hi-Fi is the new Southern roc...

    by Robert Wilonsky on September 26, 1996
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    Into the Night

    Raver madness arrives this Friday as Megacult, the German group known for its unique dance events (traveling raves across Europe, airborne raves in chartered jets, last year's tribal gathering in the Mohave desert), launches Transatlantic Move II, a ...

    by Liz Martinez on September 26, 1996
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    Reverb

    Say goodbye to the Danny Jessup Show -- for now at least. The music-oriented cable-access talk show -- which has been airing every Saturday night on Miami Springs TV for more than two years now -- has been dropped following sweeping cable-access prog...

    by John Floyd on September 26, 1996
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    Rotations

    Various Artists Sweet Relief II -- Gravity of the Situation: Songs of Vic Chesnutt (Columbia) The second of what is sure to be a series, this star-studded, politically correct benefit/tribute album showcases the music of Athens-based song...

    by John Floyd on September 26, 1996
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    Last of the Hard-core Troubadours

    If you're a long-suffering songwriter pondering how to get yourself one of them fancy-schmancy MTV concert specials, you might consider the Steve Earle plan. This plan consists of the following elements: 1. Write a whole shitload of killer s...

    by Steven Almond on September 19, 1996
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    Into the Night

    We celebrate the not-so-old and the very new this week. On Thursday, September 19, mega music chain Spec's marks the first anniversary of its South Beach location -- its largest store, incidentally -- in true SoBe style, with plenty of musical panach...

    by Liz Martinez on September 19, 1996
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    Reverb

    It's no small coincidence that bandleader Lino de la Guardia chose New Orleans rather than his hometown of Miami as the place to premiere his new band Khadir. The former, he exclaims, is a thriving live-music mecca jam-packed with dives, clubs, and c...

    by John Floyd on September 19, 1996
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    Rotations

    Scenic Acquatica (Independent Project/World Domination) Like Ennio Morricone on peyote, or Dick Dale after a couple of bong loads, Scenic makes dreamy, hypnotic instrumental music of operatic scope but minimal construction. The quartet --...

    by Raymond Tuttle on September 19, 1996
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    Punk Rock Jukebox

    In recent interviews plugging his band's new album, Social Distortion frontman Mike Ness has been talking a lot about punk rock. It's a subject in which he is well versed: His group debuted back in the very early Eighties with a snot-slinging sound t...

    by John Floyd on September 19, 1996
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    Rotations

    Patti Smith Gone Again (Arista) The most important artists don't try to reach for universal truths. Instead, they bare their very individual souls, and we hear ourselves reflected in their voices. After removing herself from the musical l...

    by Roni Sarig on September 12, 1996
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    Into the Night

    The long hot haul is almost over, and one-nighter debuts and oh-so-trendy parties are popping up everywhere. Hopping on the season's first party bandwagon is 821, with a new night called Crash! The funky new arrival debuts on Friday, September 13, wi...

    by Liz Martinez on September 12, 1996
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    Why the Glory?

    "Toodaaay is gonna be the day that they throw all back ta yewwww ..." "Wonderwall," the latest hit from Britain's Oasis, appears to be spewing out of every radio on just about every rock, Top 40, and adult contemporary station in the known univer...

    by Georgina Cardenas on September 12, 1996
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    KISS-ed off

    Reunited and it feels so good -- at least for a couple of years and a few million bucks. The pyrotechnics, the blood spitting and fire breathing, and the hyperbole churned out by that one-man, one-note press whore Gene Simmons leave no doubt KISS is ...

    by Katherine Turman on September 12, 1996
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    Reverb

    When he first heard about it, Jorge Moreno thought the Premios Rock Latino festival would be "a great opportunity" for Latin rockers from Miami and beyond to gain some always-needed exposure. Days before the August 18 festival was to be held at the B...

    by John Floyd on September 12, 1996
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    Into the Night

    Churchill's Hideaway, an institution among even -- ahem -- more mature clubgoers, is about to turn the big five-oh. That's a lot of shepherd's pie, and for the last quarter century at least, a lot of live music. The monthlong silver-anniversary celeb...

    by Liz Martinez on September 5, 1996
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    Mana a Mano

    Mana has all the makings of a traditional rock and roll band: four serious guys with a sound, a look, and a message that's accessible, likable, and genuine. The only difference is that Mana's lyrics are in Spanish. Among the most popular purveyors of...

    by Georgina Cardenas on September 5, 1996
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    Miami 3:00 a.m.

    Newcomers to Miami might expect that a large city that is home to thousands of Cuban immigrants would be a good place to hear Cuban music. They might even picture Little Havana as Miami's Cuban equivalent to Chicago's South Side, where the blues dive...

    by Judy Cantor on September 5, 1996
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    Rotations

    Richard Thompson You? Me? Us? (Capitol) Linda Thompson Dreams Fly Away (Hannibal) This is certainly the first Richard Thompson album to carry a title that might fit a Meg Ryan movie, but don't expect You? Me? Us? to do anywher...

    by Steven Almond on September 5, 1996
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    Reverb

    A few years back, a pair of brothers, both in their late teens, lit out from Miami to attend art school. One brother, Alfredo Galvez, wound up at the San Francisco Art Institute; the other, Raphael, enrolled at the Maryland Institute College of Art i...

    by John Floyd on September 5, 1996
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    Road Worrier

    The road has assumed an almost mythological role in the work of many of America's greatest songwriters who have found emotional solace and metaphorical significance in the highways and back roads that cut through cities, towns, and map-dot whistle st...

    by John Floyd on August 29, 1996
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