“We Made A Miracle”: Erasure – World Be Gone

“We Made A Miracle”: Erasure – World Be Gone
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World Be Gone proves that the Clarke and Bell duo—rivetingly—still has much more to say. How lucky the pop world is for that! … read more

Erasure @ Kingsbury Hall 08.12 with Reed and Caroline

Erasure @ Kingsbury Hall 08.12 with Reed and Caroline
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Erasure’s set ends with “Stop!,” a track from the Crackers International release that served as a Christmas release in 1988 and a bridge between the The Innocents and Wild! releases. Thunderous applause follows—genuine, stand-on-your-feet applause.   … read more

Contributor Limelight: Dean O Hillis

Contributor Limelight: Dean O Hillis

There’s no bigger purveyor of new wave pop than SLUG’s own beloved music lover Dean O Hillis. As a manager of MODified Music in the ’90s, Hillis was Salt Lake’s

Analogical Resurrection: An Interview with Erasure

Analogical Resurrection: An Interview with Erasure
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When Erasure set out to promote 2003’s Other People’s Songs album, they hadn’t toured in four years; neither Vince Clark nor Andy Bell were sure if the fans would still

For Whom The (Violet) Bell Tolls: In Conversation with Erasure’s Andy Bell

For Whom The (Violet) Bell Tolls: In Conversation with Erasure’s...
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With Erasure presently on an increasingly sold-out international tour, I had the humbling pleasure of speaking to Bell before their highly anticipated return to the Capitol Theatre on Wednesday, Oct. 29. … read more