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    El-P - I'll Sleep When You're Dead Definitive Jux

    Definitive Jux founder Jaime Meline, who goes by El-P, has spent the millennium battering hip-hop's boundaries, and on his first solo CD since 2002, he takes things well beyond his previous extremes. The results are intriguing but self-consciously a...

    by Michael Roberts on March 22, 2007
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    The Wendy Woo Trio - Luxury Woo Music Recording

    Denver DIY queen Wendy Woo is hardworking and prolific; Luxury, whose release is being celebrated on Friday, March 23, at a Fox Theatre party opened by the Chris Webb Band, is Woo's seventh CD since 1997. This time, however, the disc is credited to t...

    by Michael Roberts on March 22, 2007
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    Eyes and Ears - Eyes and Ears Not Bad Records

    There are half a million people in Denver, but it seems like there are only about twenty musicians to go around. The local scene is incredibly incestuous, with folks moonlighting in at least a couple of acts and the same names popping up again and ag...

    by Tuyet Nguyen on March 22, 2007
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    The Thermals - Thursday, March 22, hi-dive, 720-570-4500.

    The cover art of the Thermals' latest, The Body, the Blood, the Machine, demands a close look. The intriguing collage features Jesus with a black bar covering his eyes, standing with his arms outstretched in a junkyard, surrounded by what look like d...

    by Jon Solomon on March 22, 2007
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    Soul Asylum - Thursday, March 22, Walnut Room, 303-292-1700.

    Although long in the shadow of scenemates Hsker D and the Replacements, Soul Asylum ended up being the most commercially successful of the three. Early on, the act was derisively dubbed Hsker Jr. by certain critics primarily because its early reco...

    by Tom Murphy on March 22, 2007
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    120 Days - Friday, March 23, Bluebird Theater, 303-322-2308.

    Jonas H. Dahl, Arne Sty Kvalvik, dne Meisfjord and Kjetil Ovesen, the four Norwegians who make up 120 Days, are too young to have lived through the nascent era of synthesized rock, and in this case, ignorance is bliss. Rather than put the spotlight...

    by Michael Roberts on March 22, 2007
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    Conner - Friday, March 23, Oriental Theater, 303-455-2124.

    By all accounts, Conner is from Lawrence, Kansas -- although considering how frontman James Duft sings, with a tar-thick, faux-British accent, you'd be forgiven if you assumed the group hailed from across the pond. And ironically, the positive notice...

    by Dave Herrera on March 22, 2007
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    Coco Montoya - Tuesday, March 27, Bluebird Theater, 303-322-2308.

    Guitarist/singer Coco Montoya started off as a rock drummer. Albert Collins walked into the club where Montoya was working, and the club owner let him use Montoya's drum set -- without asking him. Montoya blew a gasket, and Collins ended up calling t...

    by Olivia Flores Alvarez on March 22, 2007
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    This Just In... - How Sweet It Is

    There's a good chance the Lord of Word is on his way to becoming the Lord of Dance. And, no, we're not talking some Riverdance bullshit. You see, Theo Smith, who for seven years fronted the seminal Denver funk band Lord of Word and the Disciples of B...

    by Jon Solomon on March 22, 2007
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    Pictureplane - Larimer Lounge

    In recent years, a spate of would-be synth-pop revivalists have come into the world. Some have mixed in rock instrumentals, while others have stuck to pure electronics. The resulting music -- a good portion of it, anyway -- has been self-consciously ...

    by Tom Murphy on March 22, 2007
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    British Bulldog - Meet DJ No Fear

    Club Scout has made a critical life decision: I need a DJ name. It has to come with an interesting tale or a clever misspelling of my own moniker -- like DJ Klub Skout, maybe, or a superfluous combination of self-aggrandizing adjectives such as DJ Wi...

    by Tuyet Nguyen on March 22, 2007
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    Paleo - This nomadic singer-songwriter is never at a loss for words.

    For most musicians, the notion of putting out one album per year is daunting. Summoning the wherewithal to pen enough material (a dozen or more songs in a twelve-month period) is an arduous task, made even more difficult by the demands of dealing wit...

    by Eryc Eyl on March 15, 2007
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    An Angle - Kris Anaya searches for the rock of the future.

    People are making music that sounds like '60s rock or '70s rock," says Kris Anaya, the California singer-songwriter behind An Angle. "And I want to make 21st-century rock. But I'm still trying to find that sound." Fortunately, Anaya's attempts to ...

    by Michael Roberts on March 15, 2007
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    On the Download - Free music, yours for the taking.

    In On the Download, we sort through the riffraff of the digital universe to provide you with links to the best in legitimate, artist-approved exclusives. It's instant gratification at its finest, minus the spirit-crushing regret and premium price tag...

    by Andy Vihstadt on March 15, 2007
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    K-os - After conquering the Great White North, this Canadian MC has his sites set on America.

    Exit, K-os's 2003 debut, was supposed to be his only release. Instead, the success of that album paved the way for Joyful Rebellion, his critically acclaimed 2004 followup. Although K-os (aka Kheaven Brereton) is an award-winning artist in Canada, th...

    by Quibian Salazar-Moreno on March 15, 2007
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    LCD Soundsystem - Sound of Silver DFA/Capitol Records

    Since turning irony-minded heads in 2002 with its debut single "Losing My Edge," LCD Soundsystem has made a name for itself as the leading purveyor of winking dance tracks. With big dumb beats, lyrics skewering all that is hip, and plenty of a-go-go ...

    by Eryc Eyl on March 15, 2007
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    Apostle of Hustle - National Anthem of Nowhere Arts & Crafts

    Yes, the Apostle's latest is artsy. But rather than overemphasize his eagerness to tweak convention, head Hustler Andrew Whiteman (of Broken Social Scene fame) presents his quirks with a warmth and subtlety that's as low-key as it is effective. Th...

    by Michael Roberts on March 15, 2007
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    Fever Dream - Fever Dream Self-released

    The music of Fever Dream (which celebrates the release of this CD on Saturday, March 17, at Cricket on the Hill, with Yerkish and Amphibious Jones) could hardly be more straightforward. But the simplicity of its sound is both an asset and a limitatio...

    by Michael Roberts on March 15, 2007
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    Hunter Dragon - Weary of Dostoevsky Still Soft Recordings

    On the cover of Hunter Dragon's second release, Weary of Dostoevsky, two men are depicted leading a pair of youngsters down a river, possibly en route to being baptized. But this is not your ordinary baptism, as evidenced by the rainbow beams shootin...

    by Tom Murphy on March 15, 2007
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    Listen Up - Fast reviews of recent releases

    Air, Pocket Symphony (Astralwerks). After spending a couple of albums trying to broaden their palette, the French duo of Nicolas Godin and Jean-Benoit Dunckel have gone back to their original color scheme, and thank goodness. On Pocket Symphony, up-t...

    on March 15, 2007
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