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    Playlist - The Aluminum Group, Patricia Barber, Schneider TM, The Souvenirs

    The Aluminum Group Pedals (Minty Fresh) Pedals, the latest release from Chicago's lounge-loving Aluminum Group, is populated by the kind of delicate little melodies that seem to peek at you from around a corner before coyly ducking away once y...

    on October 28, 1999
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    Local Yodels - A sampling of new sounds from around town.

    The mountain of local releases that needs reviewing is slightly diminished after last week's column. But continuing the quest to cover all things local, here's another smattering. Brethren Fast visits and revisits themes of gear revvin', truck lov...

    by Laura Bond on October 28, 1999
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    Critic's Choice

    Royal Trux, with Speedholes and the Foggy Mountain Fuckers, Saturday, October 30, at the 15th Street Tavern, has been through a lot since the now hubby-wife team of Jennifer Herrema and Neil Hagerty first came together more than ten years ago at the ...

    on October 28, 1999
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    Hit Pick

    Linda Maich, Saturday, October 30, at the Curtis Arts and Humanities Center, is a world traveler. In fact, her residences in London and Paris might help explain the global reach of this Denver-born singer, songwriter and painter. It's a quality captu...

    on October 28, 1999
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    Getting Out of the Led - Led Zeppelin bassist John Paul Jones goes it alone.

    Bassist John Paul Jones isn't the unluckiest founding member of Led Zeppelin; at least he's not slowly decomposing like drummer John Bonham, who died in September 1980 after guzzling an estimated forty slugs of vodka in a twelve-hour period and then ...

    by Michael Roberts on October 21, 1999
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    Never Mind the Bullets - Los Mex Pistols del Norte will put the spaghetti back in your Western.

    Bruce Hartnell, formerly of Los Angeles punkers the Detonators, has executed a drastic change in style. Instead of the three-chord crunch of his past, these days guitarist Hartnell and his many mates in Los Mex Pistols del Norte are playing a form th...

    by Marty Jones on October 21, 1999
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    Le Stew Culturale - Les Nubians explore the arts of song, sisterhood and cultural pride.

    Sister vocal act Les Nubians learned firsthand the meaning of the word "multi-culturalism" at an early age. Helene and Celia Faussert, born to a French father and a Cameroonian mother, grew up in an interracial household influenced by both African an...

    by James Mayo on October 21, 1999
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    Sweet Emotion - Hip-hop rock-fusionist band Rainbow Sugar believes it's a Wonderful life.

    A funny thing happened to Rainbow Sugar the first time the band performed: It became the opening act for Sleater-Kinney, one of the most critically acclaimed bands on the riot-grrrly record label, Kill Rock Stars. "We just kept calling and calling ...

    by Kalisha Brown on October 21, 1999
  • Article

    Playlist - Poor Little Knitter on the Road and Quasi

    Various Artists Poor Little Knitter on the Road (Bloodshot) In the early Eighties, X ruled the Los Angeles punk scene and won the hearts of fans all along the West Coast who understood that there was something poetic inspiring all that fuzz and f...

    on October 21, 1999
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    The Circus is Back in Town - Pinhead Cirus is one of many local bands with new music.

    Ah, autumn. The days grow shorter, the trees grow more bare, and local releases continue to pour in like so much sludge down a storm drain. As Denver begins to resemble Krakw more each day, it's the perfect time to hibernate indoors with a couple o...

    by Laura Bond on October 21, 1999
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    Critic's Choice

    Linton Kwesi Johnson, with the Dennis Bovell Dub Band and the Heavyweight Dub Band, Tuesday, October 26, at the Fox Theatre, is known as a dub poet -- a seemingly contradictory term, given that dub is a fascinating form of studio-manipulated reg...

    on October 21, 1999
  • Article

    Hit Pick

    Rainville, Thursday, October 28, at the Bluebird Theater, plays a brand of all-American music that's rare in D-town. While most Denver cowpokes revel in up-tempo forms of roots country, this fresh-out-of-the-shadows local quartet sends up the semi-tw...

    on October 21, 1999
  • Just the Ax, Man - The Atomic Bitchwax and Nebula are among a new breed of bands putting the wank back into guitar rock.

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    Just the Ax, Man - The Atomic Bitchwax and Nebula are among a new breed of bands putting the wank back into guitar rock.

    "You know what amazes me?" asks Ed Mundell, guitarist and frontman for the Atomic Bitchwax but perhaps best known for his efforts in Monster Magnet. "It amazes me that there are kids out there today who don't know who Jimi Hendrix is. I'll be in a gu...

    by Brad Jones on October 14, 1999
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    Swing Low - Has everyone's favorite retro-dance fad already faded?

    It's been more than three years since Miramax released Swingers, the film that helped the swing-dance movement creep out of the underground and guaranteed that we'd all hear the phrase "Vegas, Baby, Vegas," every time that desert city was mentioned. ...

    by Laura Bond on October 14, 1999
  • Beyond the Fringe - Styles of Beyond takes underground hip-hop back  to the future.

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    Beyond the Fringe - Styles of Beyond takes underground hip-hop back to the future.

    Over the course of the last decade or so, rappers have made a tradition of exaggerating the misery of their childhoods. Some emcees truly grew up in environments marked by grinding poverty, rampant crime and utter hopelessness, but plenty of others w...

    by Michael Roberts on October 14, 1999
  • Critic's Choice

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    Critic's Choice

    Equal Interest, also known as the Myra Melford Trio, Friday, October 15, at St. Paul's United Methodist Church, brings two legendary players, saxophonist Joseph Jarman and violinist Leroy Jenkins, together with the less well-known (but no less formid...

    on October 14, 1999
  • Fraternal Rush - The Kalamath Brothers' progeny is a dark country concoction.

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    Fraternal Rush - The Kalamath Brothers' progeny is a dark country concoction.

    From dreary Russian literature to rollicking vaudeville, the institution of brotherhood has seen the likes of Karamozov and Marx -- everything from man's agonizing search for redemption to a well-timed custard pie right in the ol' kisser. Among cer...

    by John LaBriola on October 14, 1999
  • Hit Pick

    Article

    Hit Pick

    ph10, Friday, October 15, at Seven South, will return to the state but not the planet at their first show in the area since relocating to New York City earlier this year. The eclectic duo -- a curious collaboration between former LD-50 members Reco...

    on October 14, 1999
  • Playlist - Ol' Dirty Bastard, Richmond Fontaine, Basement Jaxx, Barbra Streisand

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    Playlist - Ol' Dirty Bastard, Richmond Fontaine, Basement Jaxx, Barbra Streisand

    Ol' Dirty Bastard N****A Please (Elektra) "This ain't no commercial song," yelps everyone's favorite Bastard on "Recognize [237K aiff]," the lead track here, and the same holds true for the disc as a whole. Rather, it's a trip to an insane as...

    on October 14, 1999
  • It's Getting Harder - Pavement is hitting the road again. Will the road hit back?

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    It's Getting Harder - Pavement is hitting the road again. Will the road hit back?

    Travel with us now way, way back...to the early Nineties. It was a time when modern rock was the popular music of the moment, and indie rock, its not-too-distant cousin, melted the hearts of hipsters everywhere thanks to practitioners such as Pavemen...

    by Michael Roberts on October 7, 1999
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