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Drums & Tuba

Whether they're playing angular progressions or funky, head bopping rhythms, the ten year-old rock band gets you foot tapping. It's smart music with a sousaphone manipulated by effects pedals. Looped sounds. Drums and Tuba play pleasant music that mixes punk, funk, and jazz.
Electronic Experimental Variety
Dave Pirner

Dave Pirner's new songs are good. He needs a full-fledged comeback concert at a large venue. Pirner plays impenetrable rock/pop/country/soul/gospel numbers. Like Pirner has Elvis, Victoria Williams, Aaron Neville, Sheryl Crow and Johnny Cash on shuffle, absorbs it all, then uses the best aspects of each artist to write songs. Pirner's best songs are upbeat shufflers with a spiritual tilt. He also offers straight pop/rock songs about obsession and pensive, raw slow rockers about lost love.
Rock/Soul
D.J. T-Roy

D.J. T-Roy plays Hip-Hop influenced Reggae. As he picks up the pace and the amplitude of his 45's, the dancefloor fills until it reachs its apex at around 1. T-Roy plays Reggae from the '70's until today, and he spins everything from Roots/Rock to Rub-A-Dub to Dancehall. T-Roy keeps his music positive. T-Roy matches beats well, but he doesn't make one seamless mix of songs. He puts a couple seconds pause in between each record. T-Roy sampler: Yellowman, Sister Nancy, Bob Marley, Steel Pulse, Capleton, Shabba Ranks, and Sizzla.
Reggae Variety
D.J. Proppa Bear

Proppa Bear composes Jungle that's more ambient and trip-hop oriented than the original edition. Most of his music is unobtrusive and groove oriented. But, he can turn things up at the end of a party with pounding beats. Look for Hip Hop slices, too.
Ambient Jungle
D.J. Quickie Mart

Flashes of Mix Master Mike. Quickie Mart plays sample-heavy underground Hip-Hop by artists such as Dilated Peoples, Atmosphere, RJD2, Slick Rick, and Houdini.
Underground Hip-Hop
Dave Easley

Dave Easley is the most talented pedal steel guitarist in New Orleans. Easley plays Funk, Indian, Folk, and Latin music, while making his guitar sound like an organ, sitar, or horn. He's got a sense of humor: "My apartment was infested with insects/But I didn't want to make a complaint/I covered myself with repellent/Turns out it was paint/I got the blues/So don't give me no clues."
Folk/Psychedelic
Davis

Deep within his "mansion" in Treme, Davis Rogan has been concocting a musical mixture that combines a dash of funk, several jiggers of rock, and a heap of soul tunes that make up his next project, simply called Davis. Davis has the bright yet cynical wit of Ben Folds Five, the Brit-pop-filtered-back-through-America sound of Big Star, the rock meets jazz sensibilities of early Steely Dan, and the enthusiasm and playfulness of early New Orleans rhythm and blues.
Rock/Soul
Davis

Deep within his "mansion" in Treme, Davis Rogan has been concocting a musical mixture that combines a dash of funk, several jiggers of rock, and a heap of soul tunes that make up his next project, simply called Davis. Davis has the bright yet cynical wit of Ben Folds Five, the Brit-pop-filtered-back-through-America sound of Big Star, the rock meets jazz sensibilities of early Steely Dan, and the enthusiasm and playfulness of early New Orleans rhythm and blues.
Rock/Soul
Humid Beings

 

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