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They Don't Have Steven
An ode to The Flaming Lips' drummer. [08-09-99]
AUSTIN CHRONICLE

Neither Fish nor Fowl
Robyn Hitchcock dodges the lyric police. [08-09-99]
— Ken Lieck, AUSTIN CHRONICLE

Jewels for Sophia
New from Robyn Hitchcock. [08-09-99]
— Kent H. Benjamin, AUSTIN CHRONICLE

Candy Store Rock
The Flaming Lips answer their own "What If?"s with weird, experimental, and always entertaining indie rock records and live shows. [08-09-99]
— Jason Cohen, AUSTIN CHRONICLE

The Natural
Guitarist Rob Bernard talks about how he became the driving force behind Damnations TX and Prescott Curlywolf. [08-02-99]
— Christopher Hess, AUSTIN CHRONICLE

More Songs About Buildings and Cows
New from The Meat Purveyors. [08-02-99]
— Jim Caligiuri, AUSTIN CHRONICLE

Driving and Cranking
Anything meaningful, except ground beef, is best raw. Emotion, passion, celery -- it's all the same. Music is no exception, especially in the hands of the Meat Purveyors. [08-02-99]
— Christopher Gray, AUSTIN CHRONICLE

Punk Pawns
Beguiling pop-punk songs and crackling stage energy are all the Shindigs need for a gimmick. [07-19-99]
— Christopher Gray, AUSTIN CHRONICLE

Not a Wussy Girl Band
Handful flies the banner of Austin old-school punk rock like they still have something to prove. [07-19-99]
— Greg Beets, AUSTIN CHRONICLE

In Development
Watching Austin duo Kitty Gordon try to live up to their debut EP, Seven, is as satisfying and fun as if they already did. [07-19-99]
— Andy Langer, AUSTIN CHRONICLE

Music of the Spheres
The Fez Festival of World Sacred Music in Morocco features the most soul-soothing sounds from around the world. [07-12-99]
— David Lynch, AUSTIN CHRONICLE

La Guitarra de Callajera
Guitarist Teye has brought flamenco to Joe Ely and Texas. [07-12-99]
— Christopher Hess, AUSTIN CHRONICLE

Vamos Caetanear
Brazilian legend Caetano Veloso is puzzled by his growing acceptance in the United States. [07-05-99]
— Mike Quinn, AUSTIN CHRONICLE

Blame It on the Bossa Nova
A primer on the rich and varied world of Brazilian pop music. [07-05-99]
— Harvey Pekar, AUSTIN CHRONICLE

Un Dios
Pianist Chucho Valdéz fronts the storm of Afro-Cuban jazz thundering through the United States. [06-28-99]
— Raoul Hernandez, AUSTIN CHRONICLE

Record Reviews
Recent reissues. [06-28-99]
AUSTIN CHRONICLE

Going for Broke
How independent record label Watermelon Records became a federal case. [06-21-99]
— Andy Langer, AUSTIN CHRONICLE

The Singer Not the Song
How a slumming fashion model shaped the first wave of teen idolatry. [06-14-99]
— Margaret Moser, AUSTIN CHRONICLE

Confessions of a Boy Band Groupie
A boy band groupie confesses. [06-14-99]
— Mindy LaBernz, AUSTIN CHRONICLE

America Circa 1999
The Teen Trinity is driving the economy and reflecting the culture of an emerging generation. [06-14-99]
— Christopher Gray, AUSTIN CHRONICLE

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