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 Mar 29 - Apr 4, 2007 

Music to Your Ears

By Laura Marrich

Romeo Needs a Name—My favorite three-car-garage lotharios, Romeo Goes To Hell, are practically naked right now, having rejected the band name they've rocked for the last five years. I enjoy publicly humiliating them, so let's all listen in on their innermost musings on the subject, shall we? From the band's forum, as posted by bassist, vocalist, art director and songwriting/sex machine, Levi Eleven.

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The camera always adds ten pounds of angst.
Chadwick Tyler


All Roads Lead To Home

Soular brings it's first national release to Burque

By Amy Dalness

Marsh can't hold a day job. He tried for a while, but touring with his ambient-rock band, Soular, just wiped the "punctual employee" right off his résumé.

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Flyer on the Wall

Bookish Bands

Gather round, young and old, as August Spies [see "Spotlight," March 1-7] dazzles the commonwealth with rock music. "Good show!" cries We Were Born as Ghosts, The Bellmont and The Decca Sequence. All-ages and free at Winning Coffee. (LM)

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Deadlee is pissed (and hot) and not going to take it any more.

Wax Tracks

"It's Our Music, Too"

Gay hip-hop artists shouldn't surprise

By Marisa Demarco

Los Angeles rapper Deadlee wasn't wanting for media attention last year. On his release Assault with a Deadlee Weapon he fired back at hip-hop's most homophobic MCs: Eminem, DMX and 50 Cent, even accusing 50 of having deep-seated homosexual tendencies:

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Picture this: RX Bandits

Show Up!

RX Bandits

Former pop-ska figureheads have become a prog rock outfit to be reckoned with

By Simon McCormack

Not so long ago, the RX Bandits were another cog in the gear of what seemed like an unstoppable ska machine. Propelled by bands like the Bandits, along with The Mighty Mighty Bosstones and Reel Big Fish, the movement swept up millions of teens across the country … for about three months.

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Sonic Reducer

Andrew Bird Armchair Apocrypha · Modest Mouse We Were Dead Before the Ship Even Sank · El-P I'll Sleep When You're Dead

By Marisa Demarco

The greatest lyricists in my computer's music listings seem to move closer to one another like old friends as albums are added. Bird here is one brief scroll from Ani DiFranco, but further from David Byrne and too many away from Paul Simon to prove this theory. In an ordered universe, this release would put him but a hair's width away from the best wordsmiths. It's Bird's breathtaking prose, charming tenor, his willingness to use breakbeats beneath his violin plucking and subtle arrangements. Fans of beauty should find themselves in close proximity to this disc.

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EVENT HORIZON (Friday, Nov 27)

Tryptophan and THC

Danksgiving 2015 • Mondo Vibrations • Dre Z • Pocket Full Of Dub

By Maggie Grimason
Work up some post-Thanksgiving munchies or dance off your food guilt this week at Danksgiving 2015. Captaining the musically mind-expanding adventure will be the blazing reggae-rock of Mondo Vibrations
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EVENT HORIZON (Tuesday, Dec 1)

Bloodsuckers Licking Your Ears

Vampires Everywhere! • rock • Consider Me Dead • Set to Stun

By August March
Metalcore masters Vampires Everywhere! will be rising from their decrepit coffins…
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EVENT HORIZON (Friday, Dec 4)

Tacocat • post post punk pop • Red Light Cameras

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