Hurting and Healing: An interview with Le Butcherettes’ Teri Gender Bender

Hurting and Healing: An interview with Le Butcherettes’ Teri Gender...
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Teri Gender Bender spoke with me on a lazy afternoon about such topics as: her band, Le Butcherettes and their phenomenal new album bi/MENTAL. … read more

Review: The Lemon Twigs – Go To School
Celebrating 10 Years of Record Store Day

Celebrating 10 Years of Record Store Day
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Vinyl has found a revival, and with that revival, vinyl saved the independent record store. Come out and support Record Store Day on April 22, and visit recordstoreday.com for more info. … read more

Melissa Collins: The Life of a Luthier

Melissa Collins: The Life of a Luthier
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Melissa Collins is a local luthier that practices her art out of her home workshop. She specializes in the making of the viola, cello and violin. Collins moved to Salt

Kid Curry Spirits and the Wild West

Kid Curry Spirits and the Wild West
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In 1904, Harvey “Kid Curry” Logan, an American outlaw who ran with the wildest of the wild. 112 years later, the Wild Bunch has reformed in West Valley City to create Kid Curry Vodka: a vodka with the spirit of the West, the earthy mineral base of Rocky Mountain, and a luxury taste. … read more

Behind My Damage: An Interview with Keith Morris

Behind My Damage: An Interview with Keith Morris
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My Damage: The Story Of A Punk Rock Survivor, by Keith Morris and Jim Ruland, is the story of a Southern California surf rat caked in city grime and the cool ocean breeze … … read more

Bad Brad Wheeler: Dealin’ The Blues

Bad Brad Wheeler: Dealin’ The Blues
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Bad Brad Wheeler is one of the most respected and beloved members of our community. Aged 44, Wheeler is host and producer of the Little Bit Louder Now weekday-afternoon KRCL show. … read more

Review: NOFX: The Hepatitis Bathtub and Other Stories

Review: NOFX: The Hepatitis Bathtub and Other Stories
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NOFX: The Hepatitis Bathtub and Other Stories wears you out. The book is absurd and disgusting and all the reasons I loved it. These lovable idiots get pushed through a meat grinder and somehow, some way, come out alive, whole and somewhat clean on the other end. … read more

John Moreland: Staying High On Tulsa Heat

John Moreland: Staying High On Tulsa Heat
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I don’t fear getting lumped into that. I don’t care—people can lump me into whatever they want. It’s not going to change what I do. I don’t think country is the most accurate thing to call my music, but it doesn’t bother me if that’s what people will call me. … read more