Review: Knxwledge – Hud Dreems
Review: Veronica Falls

Review: Veronica Falls
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If you pop this record in right now, you’ll get excited for spring. Pleasant Brit-pop bass lines hold hands with pretty vocal harmonies, making the album breezy and warm. Most of the songs have a kickback, nostalgic feel—probably due to the simple, repetitive lyrics, but no complaints here. … read more

Local Review: Strong Words – There Is A River, There Is A Choice
Review: Young Hare – Unbreak My Heart

Review: Young Hare – Unbreak My Heart
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A typewritten note on a torn sheet of paper was included with my copy of this CD, which said, “This really means a lot to me.” … read more

Review: The Uncluded – Hokey Fright

Review: The Uncluded – Hokey Fright
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Hip hop meets nursery rhymes with this collab from Aesop Rock and Kimya Dawson. … read more

Local Review: Color Animal/Magic Mint – 7” Split EP
Review: Widowspeak – Expect the Best
Review: Jhamasa Corinthian – Retro Love Arcade
Review: The Grouch & Eligh – The Tortoise & The Crow: 333

Review: The Grouch & Eligh – The Tortoise & The...
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Hip-hop fans: Place this high on your listening priority. The Grouch & Eligh got their start the DIY way, and have been able to keep a steady fanbase without being attached to a label. … read more

Local Review: her luminaria – The Dawn Is Your Enemy

Local Review: her luminaria – The Dawn Is Your Enemy
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her luminaria is quietly emerging into the SLC music scene with a beautiful collision of Midwestern grit and soft synth. … read more