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  • Parents Just Do Understand


    Parents Just Do Understand

    The Stone Coyotes just might be the weirdest rock band you'll hear all year. The rural-Massachusetts-based trio comprises Barbara Keith (a 52-year-old singer-guitarist whose '70s solo work has been covered by Barbra Streisand, Tanya Tucker, and Olivi...

    by Amy Phillips on November 6, 2001
  • Party to the People


    Party to the People

    The Coup designed the original cover for Party Music several months before September 11. It shows the two Coup membersPam the Funkstress and Boots Rileywith the twin towers behind them. Pam is dancing and waving a couple conductor's batons. Boots i...

    by Frank Kogan on November 6, 2001
  • Music



    Beastie Boutique The Beastie Boys' ideal of enlightened community took a hit this summer when they shuttered their record label. Not enough Grand Royal bands sold well, and now you can buy Buffalo Daughter LPs at GrandRoyal.com for the retro price...

    on November 6, 2001
  • Musico-Collateral Damage - Music, Interrupted by War, Changes


    Musico-Collateral Damage - Music, Interrupted by War, Changes

    The Vietnam War left subtle traces on American music, but did not interrupt it or change its direction. Desert Storm had even less impact. But the current conflict seems different. For one thing, the WTC disaster did cause a brief interruption in the...

    by Kyle Gann on October 30, 2001
  • International Urchin


    International Urchin

    Since rai music scrambled up from the slums and street markets of the Algerian port city Oran about 80 years ago, it has remained ineradicably urban, restless, acquisitive, and gregarious. As a lyric-heavy outlet for the female underclass, with slang...

    by Milo Miles on October 30, 2001
  • Article

    Dookie from Dubuque

    Slipknot's Iowa came out just about on the 10th anniversary of Nirvana's Nevermind. Like that record, it tore a noisy hole in the pop-narcotized charts, Soundscanning its first week at #3. The irony of a nine-piece act in jumpsuits and masks (from Io...

    by Hobey Echlin on October 30, 2001
  • Article

    Sex Bomb Baby Yeah

    When the Japanese realized their geese were well and truly cooked in the war in the Pacific half a century ago, they came up with the highly popular idea of the kamikaze pilot. However, within that cadre of certifiable fliers was an even smaller grou...

    by George Smith on October 30, 2001
  • Article

    Towers of Slog

    Record all the benefit singles you want, but sometimes the only honest response to crisis is to wallow in your own confusion. And Goths and Smiths aside, have any popular musicians made more of moping around than Leonard Cohen and New Order? Obvious...

    by Michaelangelo Matos on October 30, 2001
  • Music



    Bang Your Shoe on the Punk Rock When Kofi Annan warms up your crowd and Marcel Marceau is your opening act, you've got a tough job ahead of you, but that's the position a pair of South Asian rock bands were in last Wednesday night. The occasion was...

    on October 30, 2001
  • Article

    Opening Remarks at the CMJ Panel Discussion

    On September 12, everybody said the world would never be the same. Since then, many have tried to take that back. One movie mogul went so far as to explain to the Times that anything anyone said that week couldn't be taken literally, we were all too ...

    by Robert Christgau on October 23, 2001
  • Going Down Easy


    Going Down Easy

    This is the stuff of which legends are really made: Young New York City Band writes a few great songs; U.K. critics write a few fawning cover stories; young New York City Band is written off by the Underground. Yawn. Nay, urpwho doesn't find instant...

    by Nick Catucci on October 23, 2001
  • Here Comes a Regular


    Here Comes a Regular

    The people want to hear "Come Pick Me Up," but Ryan Adams is no one-minute man. He's a-make you love him, make you want him; he wants you to come prepared. At his marathon Irving Plaza show a few weeks back, demands for the ballad start up minutes af...

    by Jessica Winter on October 23, 2001
  • Sweetness and Fight


    Sweetness and Fight

    The Hissyfits have a feminine sweetness with voice inflections that aren't so sweet, multipart female vocals that play off each other but come together for beautiful harmonies, rough fuzz from the guitar. The music is full of reversals and contrasts....

    by Frank Kogan on October 23, 2001
  • Article

    La Lutte Continue - Looking for a Mindset at CMJs Special Apocalypse Edition

    It's not even 10 on a Wednesday at the Village Underground and I'm already into my third band of the first night of the CMJ Music Marathon (Special Apocalypse Edition). Radical chic or not, the black power and La Lutte Continue posters on the walls o...

    by Robert Christgau on October 23, 2001
  • Music



    Cool Comforts Where did all the music geeks go? As I continue visiting half-filled venues playing host to what few imported musicians have the courage to come to our cultural behemoth of a town, I keep expecting to see the artsy crowds of the me...

    on October 23, 2001
  • Twerk to Do


    Twerk to Do

    A lot of Southern hip-hop is all about paradigms and approaches; the laws of the rest of the world really do apply once you cross the Mason-Dixon line. Even the left-of-center entries, like Timbaland-produced newcomer Bubba Sparxxx (whose current vid...

    by Tony Green on October 16, 2001
  • Article

    The Last Mardi Gras - New Orleans Bounce Label Take Fo' Tells It Like It Is in Yo Booty Hole

    If you want people to cry bitter tears over your antagonistic soundscapes, you've got to be Radiohead; if you want men to drool over your highlighted weave and colossal snake, you've got to be Britney Spears. And if you want them to hump the air whil...

    by Liz Armstrong on October 16, 2001
  • Never Surrender


    Never Surrender

    Lil' Troy might have been better off not surrendering himself to the fuzz in November 1999, since he wound up serving nine months in federal detention in beachfront Beaumont, Texas, for a 1998 crime. ("Using a communications device to commit a felony...

    by Anthony Mariani on October 16, 2001
  • Go See The Doctor


    Go See The Doctor

    Cornel West's Sketches of My Culture is probably the first hip-hop record by a Harvard professor. I demand that academia reciprocate and immediately put Ol' Dirty Bastard on the tenure track. Until then, Dr. Dre doesn't need to worry about Dr. West....

    by R.J. Smith on October 16, 2001
  • Heir to a Secret History - Jason Moran Helps Blue Note Be Blue Note


    Heir to a Secret History - Jason Moran Helps Blue Note Be Blue Note

    Blue Note Records is turning out to be, of all things, the Blue Note Records of our timein a way I never anticipated. Hard bop is not on the agenda. And the label has not yet found a guaranteed jukebox favorite like Jimmy Smith, Horace Silver, and, ...

    by Gary Giddins on October 16, 2001
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