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2004 Stories by Charlie Amter

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  • Cherie

    published August 18, 2004

    I like France. But listening to Marseille-born Cherie's soulless self-titled record has put me in the mood to start renaming certain combo items.... More >>

  • Girls Gone Mild

    published July 21, 2004

    This Friday and Saturday night, while scantily clad dancers at the world-famous Mitchell Brothers strip club lazily gyrate to the latest Usher... More >>

  • BeatBox

    published June 23, 2004

    It's possible that DJ D:Fuse would have toiled away in relative obscurity had he not been touched by the hand of God -- that is, Paul... More >>

  • Various Artists

    published June 16, 2004

    Here is a golden opportunity for frequent downloaders to atone for past sins. As it did with the first two collections in this series, Badman... More >>

  • The Thermals

    published June 9, 2004

    Missing the urgency and songwriting excellence of bands like the Pixies, Guided by Voices, and Jawbreaker? Then pick up Fuckin A. Clocking... More >>

  • BeatBox

    published June 9, 2004

    Every trend, no matter how fleeting or forgettable, can cough up at least one masterpiece that marks its zenith. The most durable artifact that's... More >>

  • The Peels Sessions

    published April 7, 2004

    "It knows!" the Peels' singer, Robyn Miller, says cryptically about her hotel room's electronic minibar as she removes a Hershey's bar from the... More >>

  • Resolved: I Will Get Laid

    published January 21, 2004

    Some people can go years without having sex. Most of these people do not live in San Francisco, but even the friskiest San Franciscan can hit a... More >>

  • Sounding Out the New Year

    published January 21, 2004

    As anyone who's ever dated a San Francisco musician can attest, rockers rarely keep their promises. But damn if they don't sound good making them!... More >>

  • Hear This

    published January 7, 2004

    It's ironic that Ima Robot 's biggest indie "hit" off of its fantastic debut record is the hidden, uncredited gem "Black Jettas." The... More >>

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