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0 Comments · Thursday, October 14, 1999
friday John Fournier is something of an arts renaissance man in Chicago. Besides gigging with The John Fournier Group, the songwriter also garnered attention for an acclaimed multimedia theat  

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0 Comments · Thursday, October 7, 1999
saturday You can hear Tricky's distinct vocal haze on one track ("Paranoid Thugism") of Genaside II's most recent effort, Ad Finite, and the album was picked up by Tricky's label, Durban   

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0 Comments · Thursday, September 9, 1999
saturday While you'll probably find no music aficionado who will argue that Blues music isn't one of the greatest indigenous art forms to emerge from American culture, it can certainly be ar  

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0 Comments · Thursday, August 26, 1999
thursday While mainstream Guitar Rock in the '90s continues its evolution from contemplative gloom (thanks to Grunge) to aggressive, testosterone-overload (revived by Korn, et al.,), Los An  

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0 Comments · Thursday, August 19, 1999
thursday Damien Jurado's music has the ability to deeply touch people, an increasingly rare thing these days for a musician. The songwriter's performances have been known to leave audience   

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0 Comments · Thursday, August 12, 1999
monday All right, kids. It's Heavy Metal SAT time: Poison was to Vixen as Alice in Chains is to ______. If you answered Drain STH, pat yourself on the back. You know your contemporary Meta  

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0 Comments · Thursday, August 5, 1999
friday Perhaps mid-heat wave is bad booking timing, because Casolando, a suave Latin quartet based in Chicago, will have your blood boiling beyond its current stroke-flirting level. The group  

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0 Comments · Thursday, July 15, 1999
saturday Like the best Pop heroes at their peak, there's a charming mysterious quality to Denver's The Apples in Stereo. Acclaimed as one of the best of the current super Pop practitioners, t  

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0 Comments · Thursday, June 24, 1999
saturday If you're no fan of challenging, progressive and occasionally frightening music, stay as far away as possible from Chicago's U.S. Maple. The band's latest disc, Talker (Drag City