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2007 Stories by Tony Ware

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  • It's ladies' afternoon at El Rio

    published April 25, 2007

    Junior Boys ' This Is Goodbye buoyed existential lyrics with soft-focus rock and diffused disco details. That 2006 album —... More >>

  • Air

    published April 18, 2007

    Jean-Benoît Dunckel and Nicolas Godin, the French duo behind Air, are voyeurs. So much of their pursed-lips-and-smoke-wisps output has been... More >>

  • Graffiti tricks and electro beats face off at Mezzanine

    published April 4, 2007

    Chicago DJ duo Flosstradamus and Doug Pray's graffiti documentary Infamy share a common foundation in hip-hop... More >>

  • TV on the Radio: no one dislikes these dudes

    published March 28, 2007

    Brooklyn quintet TV on the Radio is the loft party no one expected to get so poppin'. Producer Dave Sitek's re-amped analog skronks are... More >>

  • Shake to the Booka Shade

    published March 21, 2007

    German duo Booka Shade pushes a couple rain clouds over nu-rave's sunshine. As integral members of the Berlin-based electro-house label... More >>

  • Miguel Migs

    published March 14, 2007

    Spring break has given tequila a bad name. Often thought of as mere panty peeler, 100-percent artisan blue agave is actually a savory spirit.... More >>

  • Bloc Party

    published March 7, 2007

    A crush can be such a mushy and inelegant experience. Unrequited love feigns the poetic even as it's pathetic. And full-on obsession has its... More >>

  • Breaking the Seal

    published January 31, 2007

    The most enduring albums and films allow you to identify with strong central characters. In both mediums, the narrators can gain public empathy by... 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 >>

  • 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 >>

  • 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 >>

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