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Music, All Shook Down Friday's Pick: Wolf Parade, Moools, Zola Jesus

Friday's Pick: Wolf Parade, Moools, Zola Jesus

​Wolf ParadeMooolsZola JesusThe Fox Theater8 p.m., $27.50Hipster Goth: it might seem like an oxymoron to anyone with even a dim awareness of pre-millennial subcultures, but believe us, it's real. In local circles, it may mean dancing to swoony shadowland disco…
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Music, Reviewed Wolf Parade

Wolf Parade

Wolf Parade's debut, Apologies to the Queen Mary, received great reviews upon release, but it now seems unduly influenced by its producer, Modest Mouse's Isaac Brock. Fortunately the band's self-produced follow-up fully embraces the group's strengths and eccentricities. Though Wolf…
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Music, All Shook Down Wolf Parade to Play Summertime Fillmore Date

Wolf Parade to Play Summertime Fillmore Date

The Quebecers known as Wolf Parade hit the road this summer to promote their upcoming album, At Mount Zoomer (album art up top). The habs make their way from the Great White North to visit the Fillmore on July…
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Music, Hear This Six-string giant Buddy Guy delivers sublime blues

Six-string giant Buddy Guy delivers sublime blues

Though confined to a chair when performing onstage, guitar legend B.B. King manages to deliver stinging solos filled with his trademark vibrato that sound as vital today as when he first tracked his earliest hits over a half-century ago. Along…
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Music, Misc. Reviews

Misc. Reviews

Wolves are so 2005. They had a good run for a while, what with Wolf Parade riding the post-Arcade Fire buzz to indie-rock stardom, Wolf Eyes gouging out the tympanums of anyone within earshot, and Wolfmother bringing back the white-guy…
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Music, Hear This Ladies choice: Sister Carol and Team Dresch

Ladies choice: Sister Carol and Team Dresch

For 25 years, Jamaica's Sister Carol has been a leading voice of feminine strength within reggae — music that's notoriously male-centric — by writing and producing an impressive body of work. The woman who also calls herself Black Cinderella, Mother…
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Music, Reviewed Sunset Rubdown

Sunset Rubdown

In a perfect world, side projects would be judged independent of project-projects. But this ain't a perfect world, so Spencer Krug's Sunset Rubdown is just going to have to deal with living in the shadow of his main gig, Wolf…
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Music, OK Then

Presenting Group Hug 2006, a free mix-CD offered as consolation for everything wrong in the world

So here we are, well into January, and I'm sure the last thing you'd like to read is a reflective article about the ups and downs of 2005. Well, guess what: This isn't that. Because already there's a lot to…
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Music, OK Then

A&R Q&A

Wolf Parade was without question one of 2005's best discoveries. As the latest phenomenon in the seemingly endless procession (pardon the pun) of top-shelf indie rock bands from Montreal, the group, whose debut, Apologies to the Queen Mary, was released…
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