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03.24.2001: Half Raised Heathens, Crowd Deterrent, Weight of Nine and Bazooka Proof @ The Phantasy Nite Club

Posted by Larry McCloskey   on March 24, 2001
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Boy George – Essential Mix

Posted by Jeffrey Rooks   on February 20, 2001
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Over the last several months, I’ve only heard great things about Boy George’s Essential Mix. And since I live in a city where electronica has a small hold on the market, it took nearly six months for it to land on the shelves. As soon as I got it, I dropped it in my player and started to listen. At first I thought it was a joke, someone switched the CDs and I got aRead More

01.12.2001: Domain Cleveland presents the1st Annual Victoria A. Horn Memorial Cancer Benefit w/ Still Debating, Bleed The Fifth, Rabid Dyslexic Boyscouts, Thumpfluid and Dolly Trauma @ The Phantasy Nite Club

Posted by Larry McCloskey   on January 12, 2001
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Radiohead – Kid A

Posted by Jeffrey Rooks   on October 3, 2000
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  Kid A is one of the most experimental and influential albums released within the last decade. Radiohead’ Kid A Rating by Jeffrey Rooks: 5.0 stars s genius shines more brightly than ever before with this concept album. In one fell swoop, they have broken and rewritten almost every known convention of music, producing an incredible tapestry of sounds and silence. Their fusion of electronic and acoustic sounds sets them apart from everything else goingRead More
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St. Germain – Tourist

Posted by Jeffrey Rooks   on September 12, 2000
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In today’s fast-paced, money-driven music industry, full of rock-stars, pop-stars and porn-stars, it seems unlikely that the great jazz and blues label Blue Note would release a down-tempo jazz album. However, this isn’t just any jazz album. St. Germain is not your usual jazz group, using the sound of today’s electronica, while still following the conventions set forth by the jazz greats of yester year. Ludovik Navarre is the man behind St. Germain, handling theRead More
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