Danava on tour (with Witchcraft)
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DANAVA tour dates: (all dates include WITCHCRAFT (SWE)) October 31 Austin, TX Parish November 1 Houston, TX Proletariat November 2 New Orleans, LA One Eyed Jacks November 3 Birmingham, AL Bottletree November 4 Atlanta, GA Drunken Unicorn November 5 Chapel Hill, NC Local 506 November 6 Baltimore, MD Talking Head November 8 New York, NY Mercury Lounge November 9 Boston, MA Middle East November 10 New York, NY Northsix November 11 Philadelphia, PA TBA November 13 Columbus, OH Little Brothers...

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Thursday, 02 November 2006
Little Radio’s Big Plans
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Electric Cars, a BioDiesel Bus and a 40+ Campus Takeover: Little Radio Takes a Stand as They Take Their Show on the Road! As part of its ongoing commitment to social and environmental responsibility, L.A.-based new media company Little Radio has just announced an exclusive partnership deal with Zero Air Pollution Vehicles (ZAP), the only manufacturer of electric vehicles in the United States, to become the exclusive dealer of ZAP cars in Los Angeles. The deal is part of Little...

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Thursday, 02 November 2006
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Wednesday, 01 November 2006
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Tuesday, 31 October 2006
The Like
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The three ladies of the Like are young. So young it’s hard not to get hung up on the fact. However, unlike other songstresses their age who come off as manufactured pop tarts, this trio is a savvy, silly group of girlie girls with extraordinary music sensibility. Their debut album, Are You Thinking What I’m Thinking? showcases vocalist/guitarist Z. Berg’s beautifully sandpapered vocals coupled with clever pop melodies that have truly impressive song structure. Speaking via phone with Berg as...

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Monday, 30 October 2006
Andy Bell
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After his massively successful spring tour,“The Erasure Show,” Andy Bell’s solo debut album has arrived. Electric Blue delves into Andy’s first true love, disco. And this album will force you to hit the dance floor. Yes, it’s that good. After years of collaborating with Vince Clarke and once Depeche Mode, Andy decided to step out of the shadow of Erasure (the band is so not breaking up, so don’t start any rumors) to deliver 14 superb songs. The album includes...

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Monday, 30 October 2006
The Warlocks
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The Warlocks have been generally typified by two characteristics: a lot of band members and a psychedelic sound. It’s almost as if they’re consistently approached as the twisted Brady Bunch of psychedelia. However, on their newest release Surgery, psychedelia blends into shoegaze and pop as the band’s range extends from catchy yet dark anthems like “Come Save Us” to the addictive, spaced out drone of “Thursday’s Radiation.” Talking with drummers Jason Anchondo and Bob Mustachio is like talking to...

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Monday, 30 October 2006
The Tender Box
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Band Name: The Tender Box Homebase: Los Angeles Interviewee in question: Lead guitarist, Ric Moon 1.) You guys have been around a lot longer than most bands, considering you’ve had no band member changes, you’re practically the Latino U2 of Los Angeles (minus the millions of dollars and fame). How did you manage to keep up all these years? We hired that therapist/shrink dude Metallica hired, although we had to pay him with publishing and allow him to write song...

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Monday, 30 October 2006
We Are Scientists
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When We Are Scientists played the Troubadour in Los Angeles last November, the room was filled to near capacity with young fans who already knew every word of the trio’s music. Keep in mind, the band’s album had not been released in the States yet. On stage, their performance was charismatic, the audience was dancing their asses off and interacting with the band during between song banter that seemed like a bizarre comedy show (and one that was actually funny)....

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Monday, 30 October 2006
The Vacation
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American Recordings, home to System of the Down and Johnny Cash, recently signed The Vacation. President Dino Paredes leapt to sign the band comprised of fraternal twins Ben Tegel and Steve Tegel, Denny Weston, Jr, and Eric “Dutch” Suoninen after he saw one of their shows. Paredes felt they were a great live band who echoed a mix of T. Rex, The Stooges and early AC/DC. I discussed the band’s recent signing and success with frontman, Ben Tegel. SB: Let’s...

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Monday, 30 October 2006