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    Hit Pick - The Janet Feder Trio

    The Janet Feder Trio, Tuesday, December 7, at the Bug Performance and Media Art Center, inaugurates a regular series, "The Bug Unplugged," with an evening of original acoustic music. The occasion also marks the trio's first concert, but the players a...

    on December 2, 1999
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    And You Don't Stop - These student DJs are hip-hop professors.

    When the Sugar Hill Gang's "Rapper's Delight" first joined the words "hip" and "hop" for a nationwide radio audience in 1979, Mike Merriman was little more than a bundle of gelatinous, fetal goo. And in 1983, when Run DMC's "Sucker MCs" led even thos...

    by Laura Bond on November 25, 1999
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    Hooked on Phonics - Deke Dickerson and the Ecco-fonics echo the happy days of Fifties rock.

    There's a reason the black leather jacket and the pompadour continue to stand as calling cards among lovers of Fifties rock and roll. After all, they were two of the more disturbing fashion statements to parents whose kids were forsaking Pat Boone fo...

    by Marty Jones on November 25, 1999
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    Chemistry Set - Chicago outfit Isotope 217 approaches jazz through the scientific method.

    Just for a moment, you're gonna wish you still had your periodic table from chemistry class, because when someone asks what Isotope 217 is, there are two correct answers. The chemistry-correct answer is that if there were an isotope 217, it would be ...

    by Mike Engstrom on November 25, 1999
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    Jawbreaker - Live 4/30/96 (Blackball Records)

    On 1994's 24-Hour Revenge Therapy, Jawbreaker singer/songwriter Blake Schwarzenbach spat out the righteous truth against his peers of the time: "You're not punk and I'm tellin' everyone/Save your breath, I never was one." In one backhanded bitch sl...

    by Justin Berton on November 25, 1999
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    Gomez - Liquid Skin (Virgin/EMI)

    For bands whose debut recordings are more popular with critics than they are with mainstream or even college/indie rock listeners, the temptation to diffuse key elements of individuality and musical discovery can be a problem when it comes time for...

    by Kalisha Brown on November 25, 1999
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    Angie Stone - Black Diamond (Arista)

    In terms of pop music, originality is often a more vital consideration in the short term than it is years down the line. The Gap Band, for instance, obviously ripped off the Parliament-Funkadelic sound on many of its most successful songs, but when y...

    by Michael Roberts on November 25, 1999
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    Robert Ashley - Your Money, My Life, Goodbye (Lovely Music, Ltd.)

    Robert Ashley has co-existed with Laurie Anderson and Philip Glass in that segment of the music world where the experimental impulse and a smirking fascination with theatre and opera take over. Ashley's career, though, hasn't achieved Anderson's brie...

    by John Young on November 25, 1999
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    A Musical Feast - Denver produces a new crop of music.

    In that spirit of Thanksgiving, here's a cornucopia of reviews of local releases: On "Denver Radio Talk Show," the first track off his five-song CD, titled, well, Five Song CD, Gregory Ego has got it in for a battery of local radio talk-show hosts....

    by Laura Bond on November 25, 1999
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    Critic's Choice

    Elephant Sixers of the southern latitudes, the Olivia Tremor Control will be stuffing the Fox Theatre on Monday, November 29, with summer-of-love harmonies and finely wrought psychedelia. While their 1996 debut, Dusk at Cubist Castle, was an ambitiou...

    on November 25, 1999
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    Hit Pick - 16 Horsepower

    16 Horsepower, with the 32/20 Jug Band, Tuesday, November 30, at the Gothic Theatre, makes its first live appearance in Denver in several months; among other things, frontman David Eugene Edwards and bandmates Jean-Yves Tola and Pascal Humbert have s...

    on November 25, 1999
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    Access Denio - With her own cosmopolitan pedagogy, Amy Denio goes the spoot route.

    At an age where most students of music were adopting a methodical paint-by-numbers approach to learning, singer/composer/audio engineer/multi-instrumentalist Amy Denio was already coloring outside of the lines. "I made this, I guess, quasi-philosophi...

    by Thomas Peake on November 18, 1999
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    Honky-Tonkin' - Two-steppin' through a slew of recent country releases.

    Time was the average American citizen equated country music with beer-swillin', belly-achin' and cinchin' hefty belt buckles too tight. To "refined" ears, the music and the aesthetic of the genre represented a particular form of pathos with a limited...

    on November 18, 1999
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    Rave New World - The Mile High Club takes the underground to new heights.

    Most working musicians have, at one point or another, fantasized about the day when they sign the dotted line of a recording contract and promptly get on with the business of becoming international superstars. Yet those involved in the world of under...

    by Timothy Pittz on November 18, 1999
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    Rage Against the Machine - The Battle of Los Angeles (Epic)

    Believe you me, I understand full well why folks have been raving about this disc: With much of what passes for heavy music these days being so relentlessly stoopid, it's bracing to discover a long-player that mates big guitar noise with words that a...

    by Michael Roberts on November 18, 1999
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    DJ Krush - Kakusei (Sony International)

    As disciples of meditation and chanting throughout the ages have known, there is a form of change revealed in repetition. So if the modern-day breakbeat is another incarnation of this trance-inducing tradition, then the DJ must be the master who brin...

    by Kevin Crouse on November 18, 1999
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    Keith Jarrett - The Melody at Night, With You (ECM)

    The jazz musician who doesn't improvise is the chef who doesn't cook, the writer who lays down his pen, the ballplayer on the bench. Nonetheless, the famously quirky (and infamously temperamental) jazz pianist Keith Jarrett has decided to go straight...

    by Bill Gallo on November 18, 1999
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    Voodoo Glow Skulls - i>xitos al Cabrn(Grita!)

    Like a Mexican wrestler bouncing Ricky Martin's overexposed face off the pop-cultural turnbuckle, this siren (and sometimes ambulatory) call of Latin speed metal is one bruisin' dose, hombre, a full throttle mosh-fiesta of punk, funk, ska, hardcore a...

    by John La Briola on November 18, 1999
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    Superfly in the Ointment - What's wrong with a good old-fashioned pimp party?

    Overheard on the sidewalk outside of the Cosmo Lounge last Thursday during the early portion of a night dubbed "The Pimp & Ho Ball": "Dude, this place blows." Truly, the young man who made that comment just might not have been down with the LoDo ...

    by Laura Bond on November 18, 1999
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    Critic's Choice - Scene & Heard

    Gang Starr, Wednesday, November 24, at the Denver Coliseum with Rage Against the Machine, has masterfully honed its jazz-leaning hip-hop during the ten years of its career. Led by Guru (for Gifted Unlimited Rhymes Universal) and DJ Premier, the formi...

    on November 18, 1999
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