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New and Noteworthy for the week ahead

Seagrams Gin Live 2004
(Oct. 22/ Club Skye/ $25)

Cee-Lo released Cee-Lo Green Is the Soul Machine, a rarer form of rap that includes avant-garde aspects while maintaining catchy hooks and a sound that accommodates most ears. What makes Cee-Lo stand out is his rhyme flow that gets audiences’ blood flowing. The show also features special guests Tweet and Teedra Moses, who will lend their talents to Cee-Lo.

Amanda Garrigues
(Oct. 22/ Marshall Center Basement/ free to students)

Amanda Garrigues is a folksy singer/songwriter from Gainesville who’s credited with all sorts of “kind of” awards that most people will never know about, as well as a thread of a relationship with Lynda Stipe (Michael’s brother). Born and raised in the Methodist church, her material has a spiritual basis with album titles including Spirit Act and a self-started record label called Average Sinner Records. With sentiments about herself on her own Web site that say, no matter where you discover her music, “you know immediately that you’re the recipient of a gift,” she carries that “I’m right and you know it” swagger utilized by Ani DiFranco, in case you’re into that sort of thing.

The Wiggles
(Oct. 15 / In theaters everywhere/ price varies)

With song titles including “Hot Potato,” and the name of the band itself, The Wiggles is a quirky band for young children featuring trendy innuendoes for adults. This act if for that weird friend you have who still claims that drugs are for expanding one’s mind, and then lights up during Teletubbies hour on PBS.