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    Dreams of a Final Theory

    Physicist Nathan Myhrvold, Microsoft's chief technology officer, once summarized his primary research focus as an inconceivably tiny sliver of time after the Big Bang, when the cosmos was but a mere trillionth of a trillionth of a trillionth of a sec...

    by Harry Allen on February 29, 2000
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    Top Jungle Producer Attacked Philly drum'n'bass DJ Jordana LeSesne was assaulted early last Wednesday morning while leaving a small Kent, Ohio, club where she had just spun. According to eyewitnesses, a man police have identified as Matthew Gostlin...

    on February 29, 2000
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    Net-Surfing Cheetahs With Hearts Full of Outtakes

    My first reaction when I heard about Rhino Handmade's seven-CD box set of the Stooges' Complete Funhouse Sessions was that it had to be a product dreamed up by lunatics for lunatics. Take after take after mind-rotting take (19 in all!) of "Loose," am...

    by George Smith on February 22, 2000
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    You're Gonna Cry

    ? and the Mysterians are (still!) a garage punk band, a Latin band (although their Mexican ethnicity was deliberately downplayed by their '60s label, disc jockeys, and the press), sorta bubblegum too. Sadly, they produced the quintessential rock song...

    by Hillary ''!'' Chute on February 22, 2000
  • Trash: The God That Failed


    Trash: The God That Failed

    Who knows when the trash aesthetic got too strong in rock and roll, stood up like Heap from Mad magazine and started walking all over careers? What drove addled youths to worship the concept of trash? Believing the antediluvian religious right's inte...

    by Milo Miles on February 22, 2000
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    No No Depression

    Beyond the myriad strains of so-called alt-countryfrom figureheads Wilco to numerous Will Oldham incarnations to unfortunately named variants like twangcore and cowpunklie even thornier mutants of roots music, bands that resist a No Depression tag ...

    by Dennis Lim on February 22, 2000
  • Young DJ With a Horn


    Young DJ With a Horn

    Listening to Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, it's possible to imagine that generations of musical progress have brought us back to the dawn of jazz, that through some cosmic stop-time Kid Koala has become a contemporary of Kid Ory. Born Eric San, the 25-year...

    by Eric Weisbard on February 22, 2000
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    Double or Nothing Joe's Pub likely booked a perfectly delightful Valentine's Day show. But the following night, Aimee Mann and Michael Penn took the stage. And that was an affair to remember. Beneath the dimmed lights and above the illumined tab...

    on February 22, 2000
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    Wuclear Fission - A Nutcase and a Point Guard Rise Above Wu-Tangs Solo Overkill

    The stupidest, greatest, lovingest, most problematic-yet-simple moment in pop last year was a guy not content to be called Ol' Dirty Bastard letting it all hang out. "Big Baby Jesus I can't wait/Nigga fuck that I can't wait," he bugle-slurred over a ...

    by Eric Weisbard on February 15, 2000
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    Back That Mass Up

    Five years agobefore "bout it, bout it" became a nationwide catchphrase for big-baller success, before Cuban links were shelved in favor of platinum's bling bling, before Funkmaster Flex broke Juvenile's "Ha" at the Tunnel, bastion of New York-centr...

    by Jon Caramanica on February 15, 2000
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    Worth 1000 Words (and Heres 300)

    The rivalry between Filter frontman Richard Patrick and his former employer, Trent Reznor, may well result in a surreptitious reconciliation that becomes the subject of a VH1 telefilm. In the meantime, it's "Take a Picture" that's repositioned Filter...

    by Marc Weisblott on February 15, 2000
  • Master of Mugham


    Master of Mugham

    The gradual breakup of the Soviet Union brought to world consciousness a number of composers like Gubaidulina and Ustvolskaya, who, previously barred from using Western "decadent" and "formalist" methods, were now rapidly exploring a 20th-century mod...

    by Kyle Gann on February 15, 2000
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    Blast From the Past Freddie Foxx has a Raekwon-worthy alter ego ("Bumpy Knuckles"), a game face you could break boards on, and a seismic live presence that trumps even his string of two-fisted vinyl appearancesthink of Ving Rhames, doing his best ...

    on February 15, 2000
  • Tombstone Blues


    Tombstone Blues

    They were playing Warren Zevon in the pizza joint where I sat nursing a Chinese cola: a little "Mohammed's Radio" in the afternoon to help digest your shrimp-and-anchovy special. A few more of his toe-tapping near-hits wafted from the speakers, 20-ye...

    by Howard Hampton on February 8, 2000
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    It's a Manns Mann's Mann's World

    "Like any great writer, she has the ability to articulate. She is the great articulator of the biggest things we think about, 'How can anyone love me?' 'Why the hell would anyone love me?' and the old favorite, 'Why would I love anyone when all it me...

    by James Hunter on February 8, 2000
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    Swede Surrender

    Truth be told, the chatter of the fanzine dumbigentsia was almost enough to keep me from listening to the Hellacopters' Grande Rock for months. Don't know about you, but the "Hail-hail-it-sounds-like-the-Stooges-MC5-Detroit-rock-under-ground" shtic...

    by George Smith on February 8, 2000
  • She's Not There (Not Anymore, Anyway)


    She's Not There (Not Anymore, Anyway)

    I'll never doubt you again, Goddess! She Mob came to my mailbox as a promo disc earlier on, whereas I'd deliberately ordered the newly issued She set (paid own $$) from an oldies catalog, because the blurb made it sound "interesting." Only after they...

    by Richard Riegel on February 8, 2000
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    Bristol Stomp

    You could perhaps call these folks the grandchildren of trip-hop (you remember, that how-slow-can-you-go, mostly British subgenre that decelerated dance music to a creepy crawl and that functioned as bedroom music for narcoleptic lovers). Day One are...

    by Kembrew McLeod on February 8, 2000
  • Are Friends Electro?


    Are Friends Electro?

    Do you have a bitchin' stereo system? If you don't, go get one. Then go out and buy Space Raiders' Don't Be Daft, and play their song "Monster Munch" at top volume. Yes, that is a sample of Sweet's 1974 "Teenage Rampage" (previously covered by Bo Don...

    by Scott Seward on February 8, 2000
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    Out of Tunes Acolytes acronym it IDM, short for Intelligent Dance Musica contentious term for electronica that refuses the dance floor's frenzy in favor of stay-at-home contemplation. Weird, then, to see the IDM massive at the Bowery Ballroom co...

    on February 8, 2000
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