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    Low Line Caller, Rotary Downs - Saturday, December 2, at the Cavern

    Is it too early to be nostalgic for the mid-'90s? The beautiful space rock transmitting from Denton and Austin should have ushered in a new space age of Lone Star psychedelic instrumental music but faded out sometime just shy of the millennial finish...

    by Jesse Hughey on November 30, 2006
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    The Unbearables, iKiLLCaRs, See the Lights Bright and Fantastic - Tuesday, December 5, at Club Dada

    Bringing a toy for a tot will get you half off the already affordable $4 door admission at Callithump's New Music Tuesday. At two bucks, you've got no excuse, and what's one more toy when you've already gotta sell plasma to pay for all your Christmas...

    by Jesse Hughey on November 30, 2006
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    Down and Dirty - Blowfly nastifies a new genre: punk rock

    The music of quasi-legendary soul/funk/rap pioneer Blowfly is primarily about three things: fuckin', fuckin' and fuckin'. Often foul, always funny, singer-songwriter Clarence Reid has been rockin' the triple-X Blowfly persona for more than 30 years n...

    by Geoff Johnston on November 23, 2006
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    Holiday Sellout - Stuff your stocking with Nirvana

    Ah, yes, the holidays: A time for eggnog, good cheer and...milking the Nirvana legacy for all it's worth. That's right: Even posthumously, Kurt still sells, especially at Christmas, and Geffen Records is cashing in this season with its release of a...

    by Jesse Hughey on November 23, 2006
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    Knee Deep | Blog Log | Mic Check | Handstamps

    Knee-Deep: Is there a Deep Ellum resurrection in the making (though we never really thought it had died in the first place. It was more in sleep mode.)? First, there's the item former DO music editor Sam Machkovech dug up for his blog, www.bigdlittle...

    by Jonanna Widner on November 23, 2006
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    Declaring GWAR - Your favorite bloody art stars come to town

    GWAR is not so much a band as an art project that has gone completely out of control and spilled out across America in a squirting, blood-soaked, corpse-flinging onslaught of alien metal mayhem. In fact, GWAR actually started around 1985 as a proj...

    by John Freeman on November 23, 2006
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    Gob Iron - Death Songs for the Living (Sony)

    With a handful of underwhelming solo records and the drawn-out demise of Son Volt, Jay Farrar's last half-decade has been awfully uninspired--just song after song cut from the same dreary fabric that has resulted in so much monotonous blue-collar alt...

    by Nate Cavalieri on November 23, 2006
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    Radiant Bliss - How to survive "Coldplay disease"

    Man, the lighting guy for the Radiant CD release party at the Granada last weekend pulled out all the stops. Giant swirls of light cascaded down the art deco walls; purplish backlighting highlighted the band; kinda psychedelic orange patterns crisscr...

    by Jonanna Widner on November 23, 2006
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    The Clash - The Singles (Columbia Legacy)

    Although there have been many attempts to properly anthologize The Clash, most efforts became bogged down in trying to cherry-pick tracks off of albums such as London Calling which were self-sufficient statements. The Singles presents a complete pict...

    by Darryl Smyers on November 23, 2006
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    Joanna Newsom - Ys (Drag City)

    Three years ago, if you had told me a childlike pixie with a harp and a Renaissance wardrobe would make some of the best records of the '00s, I would have told you to go back to Iceland. But dammit if Joanna Newsom didn't do just that, first with h...

    by Noah Bailey on November 23, 2006
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    Wolf Eyes - Human Animal (Sub Pop)

    There's a revolution of underground amateur noise artists, and Wolf Eyes has in large part inspired it. They have just about reached the pinnacle of success for a group that sounds more like a study in the art of electrocution than what most people w...

    by Michael Chamy on November 23, 2006
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    The Walkmen - Pussy Cats (Record Collection)

    Of all of the albums a band might choose to re-create, Pussy Cats, Harry Nilsson and John Lennon's drunken incursion into the bowels of New York City, would rank high on the unlikely list. Recorded during Lennon's separation from Yoko Ono, the origin...

    by Darryl Smyers on November 23, 2006
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    Dirty Talk - The Hidden Cameras play Polyphonic Spree-esque church rock, with a naughty twist

    "Modern-rock radio, the way that they master their music, they make it sound so loud but really crappy," says Hidden Cameras front man Joel Gibb on the phone from a rock club "somewhere in Germany." Part of the Toronto indie-rock community that also ...

    by Mikael Wood on November 23, 2006
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    Cursive

    Curse the demons that haunt Cursive lead singer Tim Kasher, preventing his arrival at Happy Hollow. For a decade now, the Omaha native has sworn at nearly everything under the sun. 1997's Such Blinding Stars for Starving Eyes tackled personal disillu...

    by Austin Powell on November 23, 2006
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    Jim Lauderdale

    The Nashville hit factory may have reduced much of country songwriting to a game of easily guessing the next rhyme or clich as one listens to [s]hit country radio, but at times the charts have also included quality numbers deep in the wise, witty an...

    by Rob Patterson on November 23, 2006
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    Straylight Run, Matt Pond PA, Kevin Devine

    Taking cues from Jonah Matranga (Far, Gratitude) and Andrew McMahon (Something Corporate, Jack's Mannequin), John Nolan has toned down the emo-angst of Taking Back Sunday and wrapped it in luscious string and piano arrangements with his new band Str...

    by Austin Powell on November 23, 2006
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    Wolfmother

    Time travels backward in the land down under, at least for the dazed and confused. Following in the footsteps of Aussie brethren Jet, Wolfmother spins the sound of '70s rock 'n' roll into something more suitable for iPod commercials and TRL. The trio...

    by Austin Powell on November 23, 2006
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    Indian Jewelry, Faux Fox

    Houston has a long history of demented experimental, noisy and just plain weird music. The current king of this loose thread, which has included the Charalambides, Jandek, the Red Krayola and Rusted Shut, is Indian Jewelry. They are already one of Ho...

    by Michael Chamy on November 23, 2006
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    ...And You Will Know Us By the Trail of Dead, Blood Brothers

    They definitely think they're the Beatles now. Once the most reckless, dissonant, Texas alt-guitar monster, ...And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead no longer sounds like Interscope's rebellious intern. On the new So Divided, an identity-crisis s...

    by Michael Chamy on November 23, 2006
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    Hindersome Burden - This band of brothers falls into rock 'n' roll limbo

    I'm assuming you've heard of a band out of Oklahoma City called Hinder; the group has, after all, been pulling in the press lately, as well as making its mark on VH1 and MTV, for better or for worse. Hinder consists of five groomed, good-looking g...

    by Jonanna Widner on November 16, 2006
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