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    Dualistics - Mirror E.P. (Self-released)

    Jimmy Stofer has heard a lot of applause lately thanks to his gig as touring bassist for the Fray. When he's not thumping for his newly flush employers, however, he's just another local musician trying to get his band off the ground. Mirror E.P. , th...

    by Michael Roberts on October 12, 2006
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    Planes Mistaken for Stars - Mercy (Abacus)

    Mercy, Planes Mistaken for Stars' sixth release in as many years and its debut on the Abacus imprint, is every bit as caustic and brooding as anything the act has ever done -- only more primal, focused and terrifyingly intense. Thanks to the stripped...

    by Dave Herrera on October 12, 2006
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    Listen Up - Fast reviews of recent releases

    Audioslave, Revelations (Epic/Interscope). Three albums on, Audioslave is a tighter and more cohesive unit, but one that produces only pedestrian power rock. Guitar wizard Tom Morello barely cuts loose, but those moments showcase Audioslave's still-...

    on October 12, 2006
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    Asobi Seksu - Thursday, October 12, hi-dive, 720-570-4500.

    In the mid-'90s, it seemed like there were armies of woman-fronted, shoegaze-inflected outfits conquering the pop charts. The Sundays, the Cranberries and the forgettable Frente! all spiked the fuzzy dreaminess of My Bloody Valentine and the Cocteau ...

    by Eryc Eyl on October 12, 2006
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    Adult. - Friday, October 13, Larimer Lounge, 303-291-1007.

    When the dance-punk wave hit a few years back, synthesizer-heavy acts like Adult. were suddenly swimming in the same waters as guitar-based bands like the Rapture and Death From Above 1979. It was easy for trendy DJs to follow up "House of Jealous Lo...

    by Tuyet Nguyen on October 12, 2006
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    The Killers - Sunday, October 15, Fillmore Auditorium, 303-830-8497.

    The Killers' new album, Sam's Town, features a host of guitars that sound like Nissan Sentra engines and a desperately confused drummer caught between John Bonham bonzai bluster and Meg White's dumbstruck austerity. But the thing we're gonna focus on...

    by Garrett Kamps on October 12, 2006
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    Bobby Bare Jr. - Tuesday, October 17, hi-dive, 720-570-4500.

    Several rising scions of outlaw country singers are at least as rebellious as their famous fathers. Neither Hank Williams III nor Shooter Jennings fits the traditional Nashville mold, and Bobby Bare Jr. is even more willing to leave tradition in the ...

    by Michael Roberts on October 12, 2006
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    Thunderbirds Are Now! - Tuesday, October 17, Larimer Lounge, 303-291-1007.

    Beards are now! Thrift-store blazers are now! Manchester United warm-up jackets are now! But most of all, Thunderbirds Are Now! Purveying that intoxicating amalgam of punk-rock brat-itude and dance-friendly dervish drums that made sensations of like-...

    by Eryc Eyl on October 12, 2006
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    Darkest Hour - Tuesday, October 17, Gothic Theatre, Englewood, 1-866-468-7621.

    Darkest Hour's MySpace headline is a life mantra: "Live to thrash/Thrash to live." The band hails from the nation's capital and has been brutally thrashing death-metal anthems into hardcore punk fervor for the past decade. Its double-bass pedal insan...

    by Tuyet Nguyen on October 12, 2006
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    Juana Molina - Tuesday, October 17, Walnut Room, 303-292-1700.

    Ms. Molina's background is as singular as her music. She's from Buenos Aires, and made her name in Argentina as the host of Juana y Sus Hermanas (Juana and Her Sisters), a sketch-comedy television show. But instead of devoting her life to laughs, she...

    by Michael Roberts on October 12, 2006
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    John Brown's Body - Wednesday, October 18, Fox Theatre, Boulder, 303-443-3399.

    Despite the worldwide rise in reggae's popularity -- including the recent mega-success of Matisyahu -- it's still reasonable to be skeptical of a reggae band composed mostly of white guys. Nonetheless, while John Brown's Body doesn't have roots in Ja...

    by Glenn BurnSilver on October 12, 2006
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    Nathan & Stephen - hi-dive

    The field of atmospheric pop is horribly crowded at the moment. And it only gets worse every time some trendy would-be hipster kid picks up a keyboard and adds it to indie-rock instrumentation. You'd think with the glut of similarly sounding music th...

    by Tom Murphy on October 12, 2006
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    Rise - Rise, Queer Bar

    Friday the 13th is like the poor man's Halloween -- and luckily, it comes with the same drink-til-you-ward-off-evil-spirits traditions. But then, pretty much any excuse is a good excuse to party...even if it's just an outdated superstition whose rele...

    by Tuyet Nguyen on October 12, 2006
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    Weird Science - We Are Scientists turns sarcasm into a science.

    Homicidal men in bear suits, ironic boxing-ring deaths and pets made of porcelain all play key roles in We Are Scientists videos, but there's more to the Brooklyn-based dance-rock trio than absurdist videos, a laugh-out-loud website and ridiculous al...

    by Eryc Eyl on October 5, 2006
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    Night of the Living Shred - Pittsburgh's Zombi moves in for the kill.

    There's more than one Zombi out there. Down in Texas, there's a tinker-punk Zombi. Across the ocean, there's a Finnish black-metal Zombi. And then there is Pittsburgh-based Zombi, whose endless touring has probably logged the most miles on that name....

    by Tuyet Nguyen on October 5, 2006
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    Janet Jackson - 20 Y.O. (Virgin)

    At the outset of her latest disc, the other J.J. from Good Times giggles after saying "I've uncovered a lot in my twenty years." Such overt attempts at post-Super Bowl titillation dominate the songs that follow. But if Jackson thinks nipple obsession...

    by Michael Roberts on October 5, 2006
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    The Killers - Sams Town (Island)

    Judging by the Boss-like quivers and gravitas-filled sentiments on Sam's Town, Killers vocalist Brandon Flowers wants desperately to be Bruce Springsteen. It's admirable that Flowers and company want to be taken seriously as musicians and lyricists o...

    by Annie Zaleski on October 5, 2006
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    Nuckle Up - P-Nuckle brings the party like no other.

    P-Nuckle is awesome. Just ask Chris LaPlante. This summer, the frontman made a bold proclamation at the Westword Music Showcase awards ceremony that stirred the ire of a few fellow nominees. When P-Nuckle was announced as the winner in the reggae/...

    by Dave Herrera on October 5, 2006
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    Ben Kweller - Ben Kweller (ATO Records)

    Had Ben Kweller been alive and making music during the '70s, he would have made a killing writing theme songs for classic television shows. His best tracks feature catchy melodies that build and singsong choruses that just smack of we're-gonna-make-i...

    by Adam Cayton-Holland on October 5, 2006
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    Jack of All Trades - Jack DeJohnette promotes drumming diversity.

    A common synonym for "drummer" is "timekeeper" -- but Jack DeJohnette, who's arguably jazz's greatest living stick man, has no use for the word. In his opinion, the term is unnecessarily limiting. "If you ask what I do with time, I do more than just ...

    by Michael Roberts on October 5, 2006
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