Localized: Chegoya

Localized: Chegoya
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Named after a beloved, now-closed convenience store by West High School, Chegoya consists of a quartet of musicians dedicated to the art of free-flowing, minimally-structured jazz. … read more

Prophecies of an Electric Sun: Ronan Harris of VNV Nation

Prophecies of an Electric Sun: Ronan Harris of VNV Nation
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He says, “I feel it is my duty to respect those who write these things to me—to talk with them about it and let them talk.” … read more

Jacob T. Skeen: Craft Lake City Performer

Jacob T. Skeen: Craft Lake City Performer
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For Jacob T. Skeen, the music-making process has two key phases: experimenting freely then capturing the unadulterated results. … read more

(Eli)zabeth Owens: Myth and Mirrors

(Eli)zabeth Owens: Myth and Mirrors
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A direct response to Eli Owen’s decision to become sober, the album is an assemblage of tracks reflecting a time of personal growth. … read more

Who’s Behind The Music?: An Interview with Evvy Shark

Who’s Behind The Music?: An Interview with Evvy Shark
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Ms. Liza’s Psychic Hotline is a fragile album that makes you feel special and bewildered, as if you’re in someone’s most intimate moment. … read more

Choir Boy: Adam Klopp on the Vanity of Art and the Relevance of Gathering Swans

Choir Boy: Adam Klopp on the Vanity of Art and...
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Adam Klopp, the frontman of local band Choir Boy, discusses the vanity and narcissism of music while delving into the group’s latest album, Gathering Swans. … read more

Questioning the Corporate Culture with Steve Albini

Questioning the Corporate Culture with Steve Albini
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I’m not going to waste your time with some big introduction for Steve Albini. He is a producer and a musician. You have probably heard some of the albums he’s recorded. … read more

Steel Pole Bathtub: “Scars From Montana”

Steel Pole Bathtub: “Scars From Montana”
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There aren’t many bands doing what Steel Pole Bath Tub is doing, be it popular or not. … read more

‘Gritty Bits’ from ‘the Russ Meyer Interview’: June 1995

‘Gritty Bits’ from ‘the Russ Meyer Interview’: June 1995
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Despite his claim that he hates “goddamn interviews” and he was sick of yacking after his road trip, Meyer seemed eager to talk about his movies. … read more

WHY? THINGS BURN

WHY? THINGS BURN
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Make no mistake faithful followers, I only use the interview as a vehicle just to talk with some of the coolest and talented people in the music business today. … read more