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  • Orajel of the Species


    Orajel of the Species

    Mook rock, punk jocks, even if it's rap schlock, it's still rock and roll to me. A nice sentiment, and one I firmly believe, but that doesn't make rock, circa: now, particularly good or anything. We've reached a lull, the kind which prompts critical ...

    by Brian O'Neill on May 28, 2002
  • The Truth Is Out There


    The Truth Is Out There

    If Rasputina have cabin feveras we can safely assume they do, since that's the name of their new CD, and please note the exclamation pointthen their new-wave-girl peers the Space Ballerinas and Zia have earth fever: an obsession with escaping our a...

    by Nick Catucci on May 28, 2002
  • Article

    Scene Not Heard

    We've heard the death knell of prefab pop, haven't we? Or so we think. The new good bandsbetter only because they have better influenceshave won their scrappy place in the national press. And New York being the center of that fickle world, well, Ne...

    by Christina Rees on May 28, 2002
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    Friendly Ghost of a Mullet

    Funk upon a time, when the hairy Feminazi darkness spread across the land, it became necessary for a clown prince to assume the position, a wise fool who could justify or sugarpie the base ballin' ways of batman to wombman. Thus, from Jughead's Archi...

    by Don Allred on May 28, 2002
  • Cool as Kim Deal


    Cool as Kim Deal

    The Breeders are the only rock band I've liked ever since the dark ages. The dark ages were my early teenage years, a hazy period from around 1994 to 1996 when I enjoyed the brief fame of Ace of Base and the reign of sassy black teenagers like Brandy...

    by Jessica Grose on May 28, 2002
  • Article

    Mook Back in Anger

    Stuck Mojo's Violate This delivers a postmortem on a rap-metal act angry as hell it missed out on the coin and plaudits of the FDA (Freddy Durst Army). If I read the excuses of their manager's liner notes rightly, their problem is that they were unco...

    by George Smith on May 28, 2002
  • Music



    Tiempos Modernos

    on May 28, 2002
  • Overtones of Eternity - The Wind of Nature Blows Through Toby Twining's Requiem


    Overtones of Eternity - The Wind of Nature Blows Through Toby Twining's Requiem

    If it thinks about it at all, popular opinion may hold that just intonationthe use of purely consonant tunings based on the overtone seriesis the provenance of math geeks with synthesizers. But every major new acoustic work in pure tunings kicks a ...

    by Kyle Gann on May 28, 2002
  • Personality - Houston Person Sticks to Your Ribs


    Personality - Houston Person Sticks to Your Ribs

    One might argue, though not too strenuously, that three central tribes of tenor saxophonists emerged just after the war: those who played Lester Young hard, those who played him soft, and those who played Illinois Jacquet. All merged their primary in...

    by Gary Giddins on May 21, 2002
  • Never Forget


    Never Forget

    The whole idea behind Beyond Recall is that nothing recorded should ever be totally beyond recall. This prodigious Bear Family boxed set is like a chunk of the planet Krypton crashing our atmosphereand not just because the accompanying 500-page, Ger...

    by J. Hoberman on May 21, 2002
  • Article

    LAPD Incident Report

    Date/Time: 09-24-48/01:23//Complainant (age/nativity/address): Mr. Emil Ofenrohr, 54, white, 588 Bailey St//Location: 1803 E Brooklyn Ave//Responding Officer(s)/Badge No(s): Russell (34-1836), Upton (46-0254) Nature of Complaint/Codes: Disturbance/...

    by David Wondrich on May 21, 2002
  • Article

    Pop by the Numbers

    The remix is an architect's note on what the fuck's wrong with r&b: basically, verses and choruses. The Neptunes' edit of *NSync's hit "Girlfriend" spends 61 seconds before the first verse: a minimal guitar figure while Nelly rhymes a little. Nelly i...

    by Jane Dark on May 21, 2002
  • The Play's the Thing


    The Play's the Thing

    Celine Dion's new album has three or so songs that I incessantly crave hearing, which is at least two more of hers than I'd previously had such a craving for. Not that I don't enjoy some of the previous: For instance, I was thrilled by the energy wit...

    by Frank Kogan on May 21, 2002
  • Music



    Passion Flour What's the difference between a footnote and a headline? Well, judging by the welcome afforded Gary Wilson at Joe's Pub last Wednesday, about 25 years. An uber-obscure home recordist whose magnum opus, You Think You Really Know Me, m...

    on May 21, 2002
  • Fetishizing the LP - Verve Miniaturizes 20 Old Albums


    Fetishizing the LP - Verve Miniaturizes 20 Old Albums

    Old recording artifacts die hard, their value increasing in ratio to the ethereality of their replacements. Last year boxes of Billie Holiday and Charley Patton mimicked 78 rpm albums. Many CDs replicate original LPs, in cardboard or paper-modified j...

    by Gary Giddins on May 14, 2002
  • Article

    Nothing Major

    I leave it to Consumer Guide scholars more diligent than I to ascertain whether any previous edition has been totally devoid of major-label records before Honorable Mention. I can't find one. Only Artemis even has big-five distribution. AFRICA...

    by Robert Christgau on May 14, 2002
  • Sunday Corny Sunday


    Sunday Corny Sunday

    You might not be able to tell if a song is by Moby just from the voice or musical style, but it's pretty difficult not to notice that four-chord arrangement he uses all the goddamn time for ambient tinkle and career-killing thrash alike. Those four c...

    by Michaelangelo Matos on May 14, 2002
  • For Your Ears Only - Mikel Rouse's Rhythmic Complexity Eludes Uptown Critics


    For Your Ears Only - Mikel Rouse's Rhythmic Complexity Eludes Uptown Critics

    To take one of many examples from Mikel Rouse's talk-show opera Dennis Cleveland: There is a passage in the final "Madison Square" scene in which Rouse, as Dennis, is rapping, "I've been waiting for this, a potential arcade," and so on, and the choru...

    by Kyle Gann on May 14, 2002
  • Article

    Two Steps From the Blues

    "Nowadays, you can copyright music, the song, the words, the lyrics, but you can't and never could copyright the feeling, the meaning, the blues." That's Brit radio host and music crit Steve Barker, in the notes to The Wolf That House Built, Little A...

    by Jon Caramanica on May 14, 2002
  • Music



    In Between Days So far, Belle and Sebastian's most indelible songs have lingered in the privileged liminal spaces between childhood and the grown-up beyond: whispers in a choir stall, stolen kisses behind a stairwell, lonesome epiphanies gleaned t...

    on May 14, 2002
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