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Music, Hear This Yacht Rock party

Yacht Rock party

Mockumentary series Yacht Rock charts the creative hardships faced by soft-rock kings Kenny Loggins and Hall and Oates, but grossly embellishes pop history into hilarious narratives. Here, the Eagles bully Steely Dan, Warren G kidnaps Michael McDonald, and Loggins is…
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Music, All Shook Down Prince Paul Plays PST

Prince Paul Plays PST

Legendary producer Prince Paul (De La Soul/Gravediggaz/Handsome Boy Modeling School/Stetsasonic) drops through 330 Ritch's "PST" tonight for a rare DJ set.In case you don't know, PP is the guy who basically invented the alt.rap genre with his wacky, bugged-out…
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Music, OK Then

Please Rock the Yacht

Shut the fuck up. All of you, shut the fuck up. music. -- John Oates,…
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Music, Reviewed Joe Ely

Joe Ely

Anyone interested in the genesis of the so-called altcountry or Americana genres ought to investigate this Joe Ely fellow. In 1977, just as country music's "outlaw movement" was reaching its peak, Ely emerged from Texas with his lean melding of…
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Culture, Stuff Hammer of the Gods

Hammer of the Gods

In November there will arrive on newsstands a music magazine edited by Alan Light, who left Spin to embark on his endeavor of publishing a journal devoted to that long-ignored audience: the over-30 CD-buyer, the old fart for whom "new…
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Music, Reviewed Gary Wilson

Gary Wilson

In 1977, a 24-year-old Gary Wilson self-released You Think You Really Know Me, his only full-length. Recorded in his parents' Endicott, N.Y., basement, this singular collection of bizarro tunes sank rapidly to the depths of obscurity (but not before Trouser…
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