Local Review: Bleary – Ventriloquate

Local Review: Bleary – Ventriloquate
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Bleary Ventriloquate Xstatic Studios Street: 06.2006 Bleary = I Am Electric + The Brobecks – irony + The New Transit Direction I wouldn’t exactly say I like Bleary, but I can’t say they’re bad either. I don’t have the musical ability to start or play in a band, so I can respect that they’ve gotten

Local Review: Debi Graham Band – Bulb Studio – Live Sessions

Local Review: Debi Graham Band – Bulb Studio – Live...
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Debi Graham Band Bulb Studio – Live Sessions Self-Released Street: Nov. 2006 Ani DiFranco + DiFranco, Ani + Dave Matthews Band The constant comparisons between Ani DiFranco and Debi Graham Band are understandable. The similarities are numerous: proficient female guitarists, sharp witty lyrics, funky and “fuck you” rock, talented musicians who’ve toured relentlessly for the last

Local Review: The Side Project – Project Rocket

Local Review: The Side Project – Project Rocket
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The Side Project Project Rocket No Ledge Records Street: Jan. 2007 The Side Project= Beats like MF Doom + Aesop Rock Track (Face Of The Deep); Time (3:31): TaskRok causally lays down the rules for reviewing his rhymes, “say anything I don’t like and I’ll fn strangle your fn throat.” And so, out of want

Local Review: Revideolized – The Moon Driven Dark

Local Review: Revideolized – The Moon Driven Dark
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Revideolized The Moon Driven Dark Self-Released Street: Feb. 2007 Revideolized = Recoil Hydrology + Progressive Rock Electronic music in its purest form is by nature experimental. It isn’t just about creating a great melody, it’s about manipulating sounds that by right have no place in a musical structure and turning that chaos into a memorable

 
 
Local Review: Spooky Deville – Breathe Transylvania

Local Review: Spooky Deville – Breathe Transylvania
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Spooky Deville Breathe Transylvania Self-Released Street: 10.2006 Spooky Deville = Graveyard Shift + Conombre Zombi These boys play some decent psychobilly. They are pretty typical of what is going on in the genre right know, almost all psycho and no billy. They do a really good job at using lead singer Dozer’s booming voice. The

Renegade Rhythm: Gang Gang Dance’s Brian DeGraw Speaks

Renegade Rhythm: Gang Gang Dance’s Brian DeGraw Speaks
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Popular modern music has been having a bit of a downfall lately. … read more

Localized: Xur

Localized: Xur
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Xur and God’s Revolver will be showcasing their heated rivalry alongside openers Loom for SLUG’s Localized on Friday, April 13 at the Urban Lounge, 241 South 500 East. Xur Greg Callister – Drums Kory Quist – Bass & Vox Fausto “Potato Wiggins” – Guitar & Saxophone Luke Fehr – Guitar & Vox I met up

Localized: God’s Revolver

Localized: God’s Revolver
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Xur and God’s Revolver will be showcasing their heated rivalry alongside openers Loom for SLUG’s Localized on Friday, April 13 at the Urban Lounge, 241 South 500 East. God’s Revolver Reid Rous – Vocals Elliott Secrist – Bass Nitro Law – Guitar Ross Lambert –Drums Kid Vengence – Guitar Reid, the vocalist of God’s Revolver,

World Superpipe Championships

World Superpipe Championships
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The 5th Annual World Superpipe Championships was held in Park City, Utah. The comp allowed riders to show off their individual style and skill in a best of three run set up. The pipe was 22ft deep and around 500ft long. It was a perfectly cut tranny and super steep, giving riders tons of speed for

Lumber Jack Jam Wrap-up

Lumber Jack Jam Wrap-up
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On St. Paddys Day over sixty of Utah’s best skiers and shredders dressed in flannel, gathered at the top of the Magestic lift at Brighton to participate in the last installment of the 2007 SLUG Games, The Lumberjack Jam. The day started early for the SLUG crew, but the comp was postponed until 11 am