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Crossing our eyes and making faces.


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PREVIEW It's Party Time, All Night, Baby Ex-Mercury Birds lead a transnational Southern rock rising.One sad day in June 2000, the Mercury Birds broke up. Four incredibly talented and highly orig ...   More
 
Wednesday, April 10, 2002 WWeek Music Staff

Foot to ass, hand to man.


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PREVIEW Titanic & Unironic Rye Coalition resists kitsch in its quest for Rock. Delving deep into its thrift-store record collection, the Jersey City quintet Rye Coalition hit upon a fierce synthes ...   More
 
Wednesday, March 27, 2002 WWeek Music Staff

Some Music & Some Nightlife


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PREVIEW THE DEADLY SNAKES STRIKE Canadian soul rockers the Deadly Snakes got hot venom. From the word go, Toronto's Deadly Snakes were a big band. While most high-school rock aspirations begin w ...   More
 
Wednesday, March 6, 2002 WWeek Music Staff

music & nightlife


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PREVIEW THE ACTION-PACKED MENTALIST "Most noise music is garbage," scoffs Kid 606. Thankfully, the schizophrenic techno upstart is the trash master.Just who does Kid 606 think he is anyway? The Ca ...   More
 
Wednesday, February 6, 2002 WWeek Music Staff

Sex, plugs and rock 'n' roll.


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PREVIEW The Future's So Bright Mad science and epic cataclysms with the Swords Project For a while there, back in the mid-'90s, Portland was supposed to be the next Seattle. Or something like th ...   More
 
Wednesday, January 30, 2002 WWeek Music Staff

The music page that's provocative, super-smart and hella sexy.


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PREVIEW The Music, The Message, The Machines Milemarker twists synth-pop into punk for robots and cybernetic insects...and you. Milemarker began in 1997 as an experiment. Question: Can punk ...   More
 
Wednesday, January 23, 2002 WWeek Music Staff

The music page with more up its sleeve than Winona.


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PREVIEW Three's Company Solo blues wizard Kelly Joe Phelps actually has a band. For now(For full transcription of this interview)These days, Kelly Joe Phelps has to pay for his red wine at Cafe Le ...   More
 
Wednesday, January 16, 2002 WWeek Music Staff

Your guide to babies, business failures and alleged official racism.


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PREVIEW Ah, Release The Stuart Wylen Trio maxes, relaxes.You can hear the crowd at Jazz de Opus talking between songs on Live, the Stuart Wylen Trio's debut CD. Sounds like people having a good ...   More
 
Wednesday, January 9, 2002 WWeek Music Staff

MUSIC & NIGHTLIFE


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FILM PREVIEW Celluloid Salvation The Reel Music Festival gives music fans an excuse to sit quietly in the dark.For both film fanatics and music nerds, Christmas comes late, in January, when the ...   More
 
Wednesday, January 2, 2002 WWeek Music Staff

Like Baby Jesus, we were born in barns.


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PREVIEW The Last Temptation of 'Karaoke From Hell' The devil may have the best tunes, but he definitely has the best cover band.Hendrix at Monterey. When Dylan went electric. Those moments--when ...   More
 
Wednesday, December 19, 2001 WWeek Music Staff
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