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“Joining the lineup is Ital, an acolyte of the Los Angeles indie label Not Not Fun and a maker of thrillingly raw and manhandled electronic dance music.”
“Representing the latter will be Ital, a spirited DJ/producer who gives gleaming club music a fun and worthwhile reverse-wash.”
“Yeah we listen to the Dead on KBOO on Saturdays, but we also listen to the bluegrass, folk, jazz and light hiphop all the rest of Saturday, and we really go nuts late night Monday and Tuesday for the exotic sounds of Joe Woods '"Tiki Chacha Hour" and "Lounge World" shows, and the African and Reggae offerings of DJ Ital Vibes, DJ Charlie and others.”
“HGF is right about Ital men living with their mammas!”
“And what about Al Pacino [Ital American will do], Rossano Brazzi [dead but he can't help it] and LUCA ZINGARETTI?”
“The Ital still makes me shudder to this day – we had them as police cars for a while, perhaps why everyone got away!”
“T. Hodge et S. Langer, in C. Murchison (ed.), A History of Psychology in Autobiography, vol. 1, Worcester: C.ark University Press, 1930, pp. 389-441; “Autobiographia intellettuale,” Ital.”
“See, here is the scroll, coldly worded, but far less unkindly than his unbrotherly message by Ital”
““Yonder swings the Flying Stag,” said Ital, pointing to an immense sign, which, mounted a huge wooden frame, crossed almost the whole breadth of the street.”
“A step was heard upon the stair, hurried and unequal, as that of some one in confusion as well as haste; the door flew open, and Ital”
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