In The Mix Archive: April, 2010

RIP Guru

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Guru, the rapper born Keith Elam who distinguished himself with DJ Premier as Gang Starr on old school standouts such as 1991's Step In The... Read more

Streaming Indies

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Monday is the day NPR Music puts new free streaming music up on the web, and two highly anticipated indie releases are there to be heard... Read more

From The Barbary To The World

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This is the way the modern rock and roll world works: You go see a show, it's fricking awesome, but once its done you think all you have left... Read more

Rosanne Cash in Collingswood

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Rosanne Cash was supposed to play the Scottish Rite Auditorium back in February, but one of several blizzards of the century put a stop to... Read more

Record Store Day

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It's Record Store Day. The third annual celebration of surviving bricks-and-mortar and mom-and-pop shops offers an excellent opportunity to... Read more

Titus Andronicus at the Barbary

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The band, not the Bard. Patrick Stickles -- that's him, in his faded Abe Lincoln shirt in Austin, Texas last month -- leads the North Jersey... Read more

The O.J. Trial Before O.J.

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That's how Hoop Dreams director Steve James referred to the 1993 brouhaha in Hampton, Virginia over the trial of future-Sixer then two-sport... Read more

Deadly Kiss

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Sure, I knew the Lita Ford's hit of the same name, but I never saw Kiss Me Deadly, Robert Aldrich's 1955 cult classic film noir based on... Read more