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Music, Hear This Zeke: Show Preview

Zeke: Show Preview

Taking cues from the high-octane, destructo punk of The Dwarves, the Seattle-based reprobates who make up Zeke first came together amid the monolithic early-1990s rise of grunge. Anchored by founding members Blind Marky Felchtone (guitar/vocals) and drummer Donny Paycheck, Zeke…
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Music, Weapons of Mass Construction

Weapons of Mass Construction

In the five years since the release of the last Coup album, Party Music, there's been enough high-octane political scandals to power a space shuttle. The poorly reasoned Iraq War, illegal spying tactics, Valerie Plame-gate, the torture photos of Abu…
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Music, OK Then


Blackalicious is easily one of this city's biggest sacred cows, musically speaking. The brainchild of high school friends MC Gift of Gab and producer/DJ Chief Xcel, Blackalicious was founded all the way back in 1987, and is responsible for some…
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Music, Fire Starters

Fire Starters

My friend and I, at 37 and 26, respectively, are easily among the oldest mall punks at the Warped Tour this year. In fact, our very appearance amid the vast, Von Dutch-emblazoned sea has a Moses-like effect, the waves of…
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Music, Buzz Clip

Buzz Clip

You don't expect to get an actual conversation out of the Locust, perhaps the strangest band to ever sneak within striking distance of the average music consumer. If its phone manner is anything like its music, you figure there's going…
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Music, Appetite for Resurrection

Appetite for Resurrection

Over the years, certain singers have unleashed screams that could scrape the filth off city sidewalks. In the recent past, Nirvana's Kurt Cobain, Gits frontwoman Mia Zapata, and Babes in Toyland's Kat Bjelland all lit their respective bands' fuses with…
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Music, House of Tudor House Of Tudor

House Of Tudor

Started by young Mississippi blues critic Matthew Johnson, Fat Possum Records was set up as an authentic retort to the slick, white-boy bullshit that has come to dominate blues. Exploring the wooded hills of northern Mississippi reaped long-shaded genius: In…
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Bad Religion Bad Religion just won't die. In the last 16 years the band has exploded the definition of the SoCal sound, but the guitar riffs, inventive drumming, and intelligent lyrics made the sanctuary of '80s punk a prison for…
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