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Monday, April 17 2000

Five-Eight: The Good Nurse


Berlin: Live: Sacred and Profane


Black Indian: Get ‘Em Psyched!!


Tracy Bonham: Down Here


Built To Spill: Live


The Apples in Stereo: The Discovery of a World Inside The Moone


Monday, April 10 2000

Baila: Shall We Dance?


Claudia Acuna: Wind From The South


Monday, April 3 2000

    Lou Reed: Ecstasy


Daycare Swindlers: Testosterosa


Friday, March 31 2000

High Fidelity

In keeping with the spirit of the film itself, I humbly offer the top 5 reasons the new film High Fidelity is worth seeing.

Thursday, March 30 2000

Matthew Sweet

For once, when an artist claimed to be happy to be spending the evening in D.C., the artist sounded wholly sincere, and not just because he apparently toured the White House earlier in the day.

Monday, March 27 2000

Common: Like Water For Chocolate


Sunday, March 26 2000

Donner Party: Complete Recordings 1987-1989


Monday, March 20 2000

Beachwood Sparks: Beachwood Sparks

They have created their own sound for today, and I am not surprised that they have surfaced on Sub Pop, a label that signs artists based on real songs and talent.

Death Cab for Cutie: We Have the Facts and We’re Voting Yes


Sunday, March 19 2000

Peter Murphy

's backing band received enthusiastic applause both when walking on stage and later as he was introduced with the rest of the band. He looked like the others: dark clothing, short, black, gelled hair with sideburns.

Monday, March 13 2000

Eels: Daisies of the Galaxy

Daisies of the Galaxy, the latest release from a man named E, also known as a 'band' named Eels, plays like a demented nursery rhyme.

Wednesday, March 8 2000

The Flatlanders

First launched into the public eye as a member of The Small Faces in the mid-1960s, Ian 'Mac' McLagan rode the wave through the band's Steve Marriott-led Mod years and the rockier Rod Stewart-Ronnie Wood incarnation (known simply as 'Faces').

Tuesday, March 7 2000

Gerald Levert: G

Gerald Levert is never gonna take the risks that say a D'Angelo or a Maxwell have and his music is never going to be mistaken for that of The O'Jay's and Gamble and Huff.

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