Local Review: The Hotness – Fashion Over Comfort

Local Review: The Hotness – Fashion Over Comfort
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The Hotness Fashion Over Comfort Sound Vs. Silence Street: 02.06 The Hotness = La Severence + The Get Up Kids guitar + high school band with 700 Myspace friends I’m

Local Review: The Numbs – Nfinity

Local Review: The Numbs – Nfinity
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The Numbs Nfinity  Earthburn Records Recorded by Andy Patterson, Numbs & Rick One Street: 12.26.06 Numbs = Rotton Musicians+ Kerbloki + GunnarDagoRoosterAfakasiShanty The Numbs have come a long way since

Local Review: Red Top Wolverine Show – Sloppy Jalopy

Local Review: Red Top Wolverine Show – Sloppy Jalopy
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Red Top Wolverine Show Sloppy Jalopy Rev 313 Street:12.05 Red Top Wolverine Show = Rolling Stones + Dead Boys + Model T. Ford These hell stomping garage blues boys and

Local Review: Zu with Xabier Iriondo/Iceburn 10″ – 9 Songs

Local Review: Zu with Xabier Iriondo/Iceburn 10″ – 9 Songs
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Zu with Xabier Iriondo/Iceburn 10″ 9 Songs Wallace Records Street: 09.2006 Zu/Iceburn = Lou Reed’s Metal Machine Music + John Zorn Painkiller + Belly Button Iceburn’s split 10″ with Italian

 
 
All Nation Freight-Heads Show Their Flare

All Nation Freight-Heads Show Their Flare
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Since the early 80s graf zines like Clout, Life Sucks Die, Mass Appeal, Day in the Lyfe, Bigtime, Scribble, were created to document graffiti art. Many of these zines focus primarly on wall coverage, but Salt Lake City based, All Nation takes a slightly different path with its exclusive coverage of American freight train graffiti; haling itself as the only magazine dedicated to this niche.  … read more

Localized: Loiter Cognition

Localized: Loiter Cognition
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Loiter Cognition have a very aggressive and violent sound but, upon meeting the members of the band for this interview their sound doesn’t fit the soft-spoken, relaxed personalities of each member. … read more

Localized: Red Top Wolverine Show

Localized: Red Top Wolverine Show
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Loiter Cognition, Red Top Wolverine Show and opening act The Alkaloids will be playing SLUG’s Localized at Urban Lounge Friday March 9th. This will be the craziest most intense show

Drawn OK: An Interview with Badly Drawn Boy

Drawn OK: An Interview with Badly Drawn Boy
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When Damon Gough and his alter ego Badly Drawn Boy rolled into Salt Lake City’s Zephyr Club in support of his debut album The Hour of the Bewilderbeast he had already taken the Mercury Music Prize (the UK’s Album of the Year) beating out Coldplay’s Parachutes and The Doves’ Lost Souls. When he left he had set up residency as one of the top ten bands I’d ever seen live.  … read more

Chasing Cuban Ballerinas with Chicken from Dead to Me

Chasing Cuban Ballerinas with Chicken from Dead to Me
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You might get the idea that Dead To Me is some kind of sappy inspirational band more apt to play self-help seminars than sweaty punk clubs, but their music makes it clear that punk rock can be about more than hating everything and everyone around you. … read more

J.K. Broadrick and Jesu exercising the Ghost of Godflesh

J.K. Broadrick and Jesu exercising the Ghost of Godflesh
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Chances are that if you listen to heavy or experimental music you know about Jesu and its creator Justin K. Broadrick, someone that bleeds talent from every orifice.  … read more