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2007 Stories by Tamara Palmer

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  • Salsa goes electro with Los Amigos Invisibles

    published February 7, 2007

    Alt-country music fans may know him better as the comically gaunt member of Slim Cessna's Auto Club — who serves as deadpan vocal foil to... More >>

  • Satanic Verses

    published February 7, 2007

    Detroiter Carl Craig is not only one of the most popular techno DJs/producers, but he's also an architect of the genre. Under his own name as well... More >>

  • Hiphop gets back to its Roots

    published January 31, 2007

    The "Save Darfur Tour" was conceived by Alexipharmic, a Los Angeles rapper who donates half of his earnings from music to charity. More... More >>

  • Bunny-hoppin' beats: Oxy Cottontail bounces clubbers onto the dance floor

    published January 24, 2007

    A passion for skewering pharmacology and moving booty prompted New York's Roxy Summers to morph into saucy nightlife persona Oxy Cottontail... More >>

  • Robbers on High Street steal from the NY sound

    published January 24, 2007

    On their new digital EP, The Fatalist and Friends, Robbers on High Street squeeze every last drop from the New York City... More >>

  • Busdriver

    published January 24, 2007

    Busdriver's messages are easily relatable — once you decipher his vocal delivery. When the Los Angeles-based rapper presents his most... More >>

  • Misc. Reviews

    published January 24, 2007

    Ghost riding the whip, which The Washington Post recently dubbed "another bad idea from California," is the phrase for dancing near, on top... More >>

  • Dance Dance Resolution

    published January 17, 2007

    If last year taught us anything at all, it was that young America is firmly in a dance-craze phase that hasn't been seen since kids were doing the... More >>

  • Mad Professor widens dub's diaspora

    published January 17, 2007

    It's a known element of hip-hop culture that gangstas don't dance, they boogie; otherwise, the guns might fall out of their pants. But expect no... More >>

  • Sonic Boom burrows into the inner E.A.R.

    published January 17, 2007

    It's fitting that Helmet recently completed a string of dates opening for Guns N' Roses: Frontman Page Hamilton might be post-hardcore's... More >>

  • Streetcar Symphony

    published January 17, 2007

    Those who ride Muni (or live near the tracks) have its many sounds carved into their souls. None of those noises could be characterized as... More >>

  • Oakland's rap jokesters Kirb & Chris bring ha ha's to Rickshaw

    published January 10, 2007

    Felicia Angeja Viator is best known as DJ Neta . When teamed up with her husband Ross Viator (aka Ross Hogg), the two perform as DJ duo... More >>

  • The Nastiest EP on the market

    published January 10, 2007

    In the video for its first single "Ungawa," Oakland's Chow Nasty (Joey Enos, Damon Harris, and Zac Hewitt) ogle fierce Amazonian trannies... More >>

  • Mixtape Shmixtape

    published January 10, 2007

    We're kicking off the first Shmixtape of '07 by featuring two open-minded DJs appearing live on the same night this week. That allows for... More >>

  • Matthew Dearís subversive dancefloor antics

    published January 3, 2007

    Sure, Germans can be some meticulous, industrious motherfuckers. But too many people don't grasp that Germans also have a sense of humor, or the... More >>

  • Stephen Malkmus hits the pavement

    published January 3, 2007

    Reggae music isn't always known for its subtlety in the sex department, particularly when it comes to the younger artists coming out of Jamaica.... More >>

  • Misc. Reviews

    published January 3, 2007

    Hyphy Hitz purports to contain the essential songs of the Bay Area's contemporary strain of hip hop. Only just released, it is already one... More >>

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