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Experimental Noise

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03/01/2001

Experimental music is a questionable style. In theory it would be where one would find bands doing new things, as opposed to producing pre-formatted records. In reality, the experimental bin in your record shop is probably just filled with bad music. Much like modern art, experimental noise is often criticized as a realm for musicians…

The Voice Interview with Neil Halsted

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02/22/2001

The guy behind me in the ticket line pegged me for a journalist at first glance. “What outfit are you with?” he asked, and I, without hesitation, responded, “The Georgetown Voice.” This seemed to impress him, as he tagged along for a good part of the night, inquiring about what angle I was planning to…

Mr. Tweedy goes to Washington

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02/22/2001

It seems like such a short time ago that country music was frightfully uncool. The commercialization of Nashville in the early to mid-1990s had left us with country “stars,” people like Garth Brooks and Shania Twain. Rejected by the country base for “selling out,” and loathed by the musical cognoscenti for simply applying the term…

Sewervivor: outshit & outlast

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02/22/2001

I was sitting in my intern “office” one day at DC-101, “the only station that really rocks,” when my eyes met a most repulsive sight. Through the window, I spotted an oversized Don John’s Porta Potty. According to DC-101 Promotions Director Josh McPhail, this colossal commode was part of “the craziest and most disturbing radio…

The artistic side to Evans

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02/22/2001

Jack Evans, political animal and focus of this week’s cover story, has wedged himself into the Leisure section via the passage of the “Anti-Graffiti Amendment Act,” which he introduced to the City Council in 1997. In response to the resulting criminalization of graffiti, a piece of graffiti art (seen right) was commissioned at 3320 P…

Luna Lacking Luster

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02/15/2001

It’s been a decade now since the acrimonious breakup of Galaxie 500. Since the influential downbeat dronesters split in 1991, its members have continued down similar musical paths in new bands. Drummer Damon Krukowski and bassist Naomi Yang have remained together through various incarnations, most recently and notably as Damon & Naomi. The other third…

Typical for the Shakespeare

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02/15/2001

The Shakespeare Theatre has gotten very good at turning out productions like Don Carlos. So good, in fact, that it’s getting difficult to tell them apart. King John’s throne appears in King Phillip’s court and the set from Mourning Becomes Electra is reconstructed for Don Carlos. Sure, they’ve put a few novel twists on the…

Best Movie Ever

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02/15/2001

Last night, I was sitting in my room crying because I had no date on Valentines day for the second consecutive year and I was thinking to myself, “Matt, what the hell can you do to cheer yourself up?” And then it hit me, “I’ll watch Home Alone, the greatest movie of all time!” Not…

Clockwork Performance

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02/15/2001

Maybe it’s the caffeine running through my red, red krovvy, maybe it’s that I just slooshed a tomtick of the ol’Ludwig van or maybe skolliwoll’s giving me a pain in the gulliver, but Oh My Brothers, I must govorett that was a real horrowshow of a play. Nadsat?the language of Alex, the narrator protagonist of…

The Future?

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02/15/2001

Got white rappers? To quote the boys at Ego Trip magazine, they are the future. Hopefully it won’t be bleak; judging by the antics of such lightskinned underground favorites R.A. the Rugged Man, El-P, and Cage, we have nothing to be afraid of. And with Eminem’s oversaturation of airwaves and car stereos, it seems as…


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