Review: Marriages – Salome
Review: The Hidden Cameras – AGE

Review: The Hidden Cameras – AGE
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My personal favorite part of this venture is the incorporation of string instruments (both the violin and cello) into a synth-heavy sound. This provides an organic sound to complement, as well as contradict, the robotics of the spacey noises. … read more

Review: Poor Remy – Bitters

Review: Poor Remy – Bitters
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Folk transforms into alt-country at the end of “Cave Eyes,” concluding the album pleasantly. Try this one out for a hiking trip or a day in nature. … read more

Review: The World/Inferno Friendship Society – This Packed Funeral

Review: The World/Inferno Friendship Society – This Packed Funeral
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The World/Inferno Friendship Society = Hectic Hobo + Diego’s Umbrella   … read more

Local Review: Tom Bennett – The Man Who Shook the Trail of the Devil’s Hounds

Local Review: Tom Bennett – The Man Who Shook the...
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From start to finish, the most powerful word I’ve found to describe Devil’s Hounds is “honest.” The beginning of this album focuses specifically on one man’s experience of, possibly, his favorite place on earth: Salt Lake City. … read more

Review: The Sounds – Weekend

Review: The Sounds – Weekend
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The Sounds have released another album similar to their two most previous creations both in style and content. Indie folk influences with their typical electro-pop base won’t throw off or impress faithful fans. This album is about what you’d expect.  … read more

Local Review: Alter Ego – Ego

Local Review: Alter Ego – Ego
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Ego begins with “Hook It,” a heavy, psych bass line flooded with an opulence of funk. The moment the first wah pummeled my eardrums, I was thrashing my brain about and jerking my shoulders so hard that they were sore for two days after. … read more

Review: King Woman – Doubt
Local Review: Untytled – Winter

Local Review: Untytled – Winter
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I’ve got my wine, I’ve got my Untytled album and now all I need is a fat spliff. In all seriousness though, this album is superb to chill out to (or can easily be used to wallow in a cesspool of seasonal self-deprecation, I quickly found). … read more

Review: Lonesome Leash

Review: Lonesome Leash
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The first time I attempted to listen to I Am No Captain, I got 30 seconds into the first song before pausing in a frenzy and stowing it away for two weeks.  … read more