Cream of the Local Scene: Musically They're All Over the Map

The L.A. music scene continued to diversify in 1993, expanding, if possible, on the eclecticism that marked last year's list. Rap, folk, grunge, roots, new wave, pop-rock, industrial and more are represented in this look at new acts that made the biggest area impact this year .

That Dog: This quartet, featuring two daughters of jazz bassist Charlie Haden and one of Warner Bros. Records President Lenny Waronker, makes bright, skewed folk-rock--the Roches for the Doc Marten generation. A debut album is due from Geffen in January.

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