Local Review: Larusso – Life in Static

Local Review: Larusso – Life in Static
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If you’re someone who still digs the alt-rock/emo scene, Larusso nail it. The vocals are passionate, the guitar lines have a nice tone and are well honed, and the production is truly top shelf. … read more

Review: The Calamity Cubes! – Old World’s Ocean

Review: The Calamity Cubes! – Old World’s Ocean
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There has been another surge of old-school style country over the last few years, and The Calamity Cubes! are a part of the wave. … read more

Local Review: Merchant Royal – Self-Titled

Local Review: Merchant Royal – Self-Titled
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Merchant Royal have been perfecting their material, performing all around town for the past two years, and the release of their EP is a happy day for their many local fans. … read more

 
 
Review: Noura Mint Seymali – Tzenni

Review: Noura Mint Seymali – Tzenni
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Noura Mint Seymali = Traditional West African griot vocals + The Doors … read more

Review: Kodomo – Patterns & Light

Review: Kodomo – Patterns & Light
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True to his name, Kodomo (meaning “child” in Japanese) has birthed something new and pure with his latest release, Patterns & Light. … read more

Local Review: Monkey Rum – Banished from the Garden

Local Review: Monkey Rum – Banished from the Garden
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Banished from the Garden moves through so many genres and styles that it gets hard to pin these guys down as one genre or another. In that way, you could almost call this album a dad-rock melange, where distinctions between styles get lost in the blend of hair metal, glam rock and grunge. … read more

Review: Gold-Bears – Dalliance

Review: Gold-Bears – Dalliance
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Dalliance, Gold-Bears’ follow-up to 2011’s Are You Falling in Love? on the incomparable indie label, Slumberland, exudes a shiny indie-pop presence under a fuzzy, folk punk veneer. … read more

Review: Krieg – Transient

Review: Krieg – Transient
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A few seconds into listening to Transient, I felt as though I popped some nasty pain-inducing drug that even most masochists would avoid. … read more

Local Review: P.K. Workman – I Follow Darkness

Local Review: P.K. Workman – I Follow Darkness
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Local (Vernal, Utah) singer/songwriter Paul Kellett, of P.K. Workman, is a longtime-coming solo artist: always seeking band-life, but finding his widest wingspan on a solo flight. … read more