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Monday, April 9 2001

Dave Brubeck: At Carnegie Hall / Jazz Impressions of Japan

Pianist Dave Brubeck and his Quartet—with Paul Desmond on sax, Eugene Wright (later Bob Bates) on bass and Joe Morello (later Joe Dodge) on

Sunday, April 8 2001

J Mascis and The Fog

9 April 2001: Black Cat - Washington DC.

Wednesday, April 4 2001

    Pookey Bleum: Lo-Fi Rainbow

I don’t know if you guys out there remember Pianosaurus. If you don’t, they were this novelty group who played all their songs

Tuesday, April 3 2001

E*Vax: Parking Lot Music

Parking Lot Music has both an absolute coherence of sound missing from most pop music and a sense for tunefulness and songcraft missing from most

Monday, April 2 2001

    Various Artists: Sounds Eclectic

Los Angeles public radio station KCRW has been long been regarded as one of the last bastions of sophisticated radio programming. Their flagship program, Morning

    Twigs: Epicure

TThe Twigs are completely unoriginal. Every hook on this English/Norwegian quartet’s second length LP, Epicure, every lyric, every distortion drenched moment, is lifted

    Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band: Live in New York City

What can I say about Bruce Springsteen? I grapple and grapple with him, constantly attempting to reconcile his mythic place as the voice of some

    Sixer: Saving Grace

I remember liking Social Distortion alright back in the old days. Their early stuff wasn’t bad, but it all sounded just like off-the-shelf SoCal

    The Richmond Sluts: self-titled

Straight out of San Francisco comes another band who’s trying to bring back the spirit of ‘77. That’s the first impression I had of

    Run DMC: Crown Royal

While it is indisputable that Run DMC are legendary figures in hip-hop, it is also hard to overlook the fact that the last time they

    Little Champions: Transactions & Replications

It ain’t for me, I guess is what I’m saying. Little Champion’s new record, Transactions & Replications strikes me as a toothache

Guided By Voices: Isolation Drills

Although the band’s 12th studio album continues in the more polished vein of Do the Collapse, its surface is nicely tarnished and scuffed so its indie-rock roots are always audible.

Buckfast Superbee: You Know How The Song Goes

Well, here I am ready to pen my review for Buckfast Superbee’s sophomore effort, You Know How The Song Goes and contemplating once again

Sunday, April 1 2001

    Mark Mulcahy: SmileSunset

Writing about music is a fool’s game—it’s hard to admit, but the aspects of music that cause it to affect us so

Saturday, March 31 2001

Michael Carpenter: SOOP (Songs of Other People): Volume 1

This type of CD is usually something that I am completely uninterested in; however, in Carpenter’s case, the work is more than interesting. It

Thursday, March 29 2001

    Manitoba: Start Breaking My Heart

If the mere mention of the phrase “experimental electronica” makes you uncontrollably paranoid of rekindling unwanted relationships with fragmented flashbacks, you are not alone. Shades

Tuesday, March 27 2001

    Opium Jukebox: Music To Download Pornography To

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Monday, March 26 2001

    The Transitions: Back in Da Days

When Biggie (the late Notorious B.I.G.) waxed poetic about “back in the day” in the song “Things Done Change”, there was reason to

    The Living End: Roll On

Critics love to call an album they’re reviewing “good driving music”. Stuff that sounds best in a convertible with the top down, the wind

India.Arie: Acoustic Soul

In every way, this 25-year-old from Atlanta out of Denver looks and sounds the part of the new soul songstress—conscious and serious, clever and,

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