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Plaster

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Hyness

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Black Suit Devil

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Yamantaka // Sonic Titan

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The Pack A.D.

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Chad VanGaalen

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Potengowski Anna Friederike

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Todd Rundgren

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Old 97's

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Needles//Pins

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Ohama

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Nicolas Horvath

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Hugo Wolf Quartet

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Heat

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Parallels

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Monica Chapman

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Alexis Baro & Pueblo Nuevo Jazz Project

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Jenny Wren and Her Borrowed Wings

Reviews for Emperor Norton artists

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Buffalo Daughter

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Many times now it has been decried in various media, this "age of the single," in which hit songs fade away as fast as they explode, taking with them the seemingly old-fashioned idea of an...

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By Caitlin Crockard
May 29, 2002

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Bertrand Burgalat

The Sssound of Mmmusic

I keep thinking this disc has a singular style, but Burgalat continues changing things from track to track. The Sssound of Mmmusic starts out in a uniquely French cinematic and Serge Gainsbourg-style with the great...

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By Philip Downey
Mar 29, 2002

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Golden Boy

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You gotta love L.A.'s Emperor Norton record label. With a roster boasting the likes of Fantastic Plastic Machine, Takako Minekawa, Arling & Cameron and DJ Me DJ You, it's clear that the label specializes in... read more...
By Steve Marlow
Jul 14, 2002

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The Maxwell Implosion

Small Circle of Friends

Apparently this Maxwell Implosion guy is a hot commodity. He's got a decent resume of DJ-ing for the Cardigans, and has shared the stage with the likes of Dimitri from Paris and the Brand New... read more...
By Andrea Chiu
Jun 6, 2002

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Miss Kittin and The Hacker

First Album

Generally speaking, the electro-noir music on Miss Kittin & The Hacker's First Album is minimalistic. Miss Kittin's vaguely nasal European voice deadpans naughty and ludicrous musings over The Hacker's programmed tunes. Although she is also...

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By Shantell Powell
May 29, 2002

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