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

Review: King Woman – Doubt
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Review: Howls – Howls

Review: Howls – Howls
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If I close my eyes as I listen to this album, I’m walking through an inky venue with strobing lights, and shadowy glitter is falling in slow motion from the ceiling. … read more

Review: Holly & Plastic – We Will Give This World Away

Review: Holly & Plastic – We Will Give This World...
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Holly & Plastic = Andrew Jackson Jihad + Charles Ellsworth + Bright Eyes … read more

Review: Goatwhore – Constricting Rage of the Merciless
Local Reviews: Funk&Gonzo

Local Reviews: Funk&Gonzo
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Chyeah, brahhhhhh … ahem … Sorry, this reggae is twisting my brain up. Funk&Gonzo are a reggae, funk and alt-rock mash-up that had me checking the computer after every song to make sure it hadn’t shuffled to a different artist. … read more

Local Review: Tupelo Moan – 400 West
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

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