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    Maya Angelou Miss Calypso (Scamp) Robert Mitchum Calypso Is -- Like So ... (Scamp) Proud race man that he was, Harry Belafonte certainly intended nothing of the kind, but it's hard not to think of the late-1950s calypso craze as...

    by Silke Tudor on February 21, 1996
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    Samples

    Popping Off Originally conceived as a one-night showcase for local bands, the fourth annual "Noise Pop Festival" has grown to a four-day affair featuring multivenues and 27 bands who, by hook or by crook, have come from as far away as Boise and C...

    by Sia Michel on February 21, 1996
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    Recordings

    Silkworm Firewater (Matador) Silkworm is supposed to be the Next Pavement, according to Steve Malkmus, since Guided by Voices were last year's Next Pavement but fizzled out. Thing is, on Firewater, their fourth album, these Missoula-by-wa...

    by Tim Kenneally on February 14, 1996
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    Night Crawler

    "I'm a flirt," declares Susan Rabin, a note of challenge in her voice. The slight, 40-ish blonde contends that "flirt" is not a bad word, that it is, in fact, a fabulous word. And, as founder of the School of Flirting in Manhattan, it has made her a ...

    by Silke Tudor on February 14, 1996
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    Fire Alarms As Night Crawler reported last November, Survival Research Labs staged "Crime Wave" at an empty lot on Beale Street. Although no public property was damaged and no spectators were injured, Mark Pauline and Mike Dingle were slapped wi...

    by Glen Helfand on February 14, 1996
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    Hey, Hey, We're the Ickys - Local filmmaker Danny Plotnick captures the Icky Boyfriends on the road to ruin

    Sitting in the back of a Mission District cafe, leaning over a table beneath a Marilyn Monroe poster, bantamweight filmmaker Danny Plotnick is waxing prolific about rock movies, punk zines, and the benefits of super 8 film. Soon the conversation turn...

    by Colin Berry on February 14, 1996
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    Night Crawler

    A go-go dancer gyrates under pulsing lights, bumping and grinding to the hi-NRG beats laid down by DJs Matthew Consola, Downtown Donna, and Sergio. She's got a naughty smile on her face and pneumatic assets that threaten to defy her skimpy bikini top...

    by Silke Tudor on February 7, 1996
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    The Laws of Entropy - Davis' DJ Shadow breaks it down

    Fifteen years after rap's initial breakthrough, a second wave of international DJs has capsized the tired notion that samplers are not musicians. Tape-and-vinyl manipulators are now considered creators in their own right, and that sea change is borne...

    by James Sullivan on February 7, 1996
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    Samples

    Musical Trios February marks big changes for the Charlie Hunter Trio: Saxophonist Dave Ellis is leaving the group. Ellis, 28, was a founding member of the trio (which includes drummer Jay Lane) when it formed in 1992. But it was Hunter that Blue ...

    by Silke Tudor on February 7, 1996
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    Recordings

    The BaBenzele Pygmies with Louis Sarnos bayaka (ellipsis arts) The successful integration of technology and nature in music is tricky business. You've no doubt cringed at the humpback-synthesizer duets of misguided New Agers, or pitied th...

    by James Sullivan on February 7, 1996
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    Night Crawler

    "Anywhere you go in the world," says a 27-year-old British roadie, "if you talk to people who have been to San Francisco, they all mention the Peachy's Puffs." "They are an institution," agrees a bartender at Bimbo's 365 Club. "Nightclubbing wou...

    by Silke Tudor on January 31, 1996
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    Lo Maximo - The mariachi-punk of Los Super Elegantes

    When Los Super Elegantes played the Kilowatt a few months back, the bloodcurdling screams of frontwoman Milena Muzquiz could be heard halfway down the block. Inside, a capacity crowd was moshing wildly as Muzquiz did a perverted hat dance while the b...

    by Jesse "Chuy" Varela on January 31, 1996
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    The Men of la Mantra - San Francisco's OM Records foretells the future of enhanced CDs

    Can a tiny local company with one year under its belt and two pieces of product to its name reshape the face of the entire home-entertainment industry? The young founders of OM Records think it's a distinct possibility. The latest wrinkle in the...

    by James Sullivan on January 31, 1996
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    Samples

    Silly Rabbits, Zines Are for Kids Picture this: A deranged Binky, the usually cowering Life in Hell bunny, is slugging that smug Trix rabbit. Publisher Nol Tolentino thought it was the perfect cover to illustrate the "geeks vs. jocks" theme of t...

    by Sia Michel on January 31, 1996
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    Recordings

    Various Artists Screwed: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (Amphetamine Reptile) "I hate porn," Halo of Kitten's Julia Cafritz declares at the outset of Screwed, a soundtrack advancing a forthcoming film bio of sex-trade kingpin Al Golds...

    by Josh Wilson on January 31, 1996
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    Night Crawler

    A group of women dressed in filmy scarves form a loose circle around a whirling, genielike beauty clad in a flowing garment of forest-green silk and glinting gold jewelry. They click their tongues and trill in appreciation as the dervish picks up spe...

    by Silke Tudor on January 24, 1996
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    Notes From Underground Here today, gone tomorrow. The 16th Note record store on 16th Street near Guerrero lasted just over a year, but owner Karen Carney was not sad to see it go. "I was a silent partner in 16th Note," explains Carney, who also h...

    by Silke Tudor on January 24, 1996
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    Recordings

    NOFX Heavy Petting Zoo (Epitaph) "There's something grand about being nothing," sings NOFX bassist Fat Mike on "Philthy Phil Philanthropist," concluding, "There's something lame about being grand." Leave it to the perennial piss-takers of...

    by Spence D. on January 24, 1996
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    The Great Escape - Blur's class act

    The last time Blur came to town, I inadvertently found myself attending Bimbo's post-gig party. There I stood at the bar, unhappily sandwiched between Blur's Alex James and Graham Coxon, both clearly hammered beyond conversation, even to my less-than...

    by Andrew Goodwin on January 24, 1996
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    Recordings

    Negativland Sex Dirt (Seeland) The East Bay audio collagists of Negativland rev up their DAT machines and samplers once again, this time to, er, penetrate America's twin obsessions with sex and cleanliness. Product ads, old hygiene and se...

    by Josh Wilson on January 17, 1996
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