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Another close one

To Live and Shave in L.A. carve a sonic palette void of any real structure but fraught with their influences

Deer me

Deerhunter weather the odds -- and deny boners

Their days are numbered

Lucky Six Parts Seven find happiness without vocals, making delectable sounds

Owner of a lonely heart

The lovelorn and literate sounds of Casiotone for the Painfully Alone

Pop goes Panther

A hip-spasming dose of damaged soul

New mutants

Surrender to the psych-noise assaults of Eats Tapes

Drama mama

Des Ark's Aimee Argote has it bad — that's why her band sounds so good

Open mind music

Finding life after Deerhoof, Chris Cohen unveils the new Curtains

Wholly noise

The Brutal Sound Effects Festival aims high at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts

All that jazz

The sax, violence, and noise of Wolf Eyes

Surfing new turf

Christopher Willits swings between ambient bliss and grating discord

Rock till you drop

Hyphy or just plain hyped? The Mall aren't buying the retail pop narcotic.

Songs in the key of quirk

Feeling Ohio and turning over the Black Keys

SUPERLIST NO. 813: Bling it on

March 29, 2006
Where to grill your teeth from here to the East Bay