The Malady of Immortality: Bram Stoker’s Dracula

The Malady of Immortality: Bram Stoker’s Dracula
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It definitely is enticing and maybe that’s why we love vampires. They will always be with us, taunting us with their promises, a reminder that death is lurking around some dark corner, just waiting.  … read more

Local Band: River Bed Jed

Local Band: River Bed Jed
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We hope to hear more from this band—a definite change from most of Salt Lake’s usual. … read more

Politics: Pigeonholing of the American Mind or the Nature of the Capitalist Beast

Politics: Pigeonholing of the American Mind or the Nature of...
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A smokescreen envelops each and every one of us. A smokescreen of words and beliefs which, although we may not recognize its existence, would cause us to choke in disbelief were we to finally recognize its existence. … read more

Comic Reviews: January 1993

Comic Reviews: January 1993
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Fans of surreal comic books should take note: the idea that comics can’t be fun and be good anymore has pretty much been swept away. … read more

Interview: Sonic Youth

Interview: Sonic Youth
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Spare us the attitude and read what Kim Gordon of Sonic Youth had to say about Dirty, natural anarchists, and Free Kitten. … read more

Concert Reviews: December 1992

Concert Reviews: December 1992
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Outspoken Mouthbreather Mayberry October – Club Starrz Sex, drugs and rock & roll began the evening. Mouthbreather wasn’t exactly what you would call the right kind of band for the

Movie Reviews: Dracula

Movie Reviews: Dracula
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This film is a long-awaited reinterpretation of Bram Stoker’s 1897 novel. Think of it: Nearly 100 years later, this story still has power to spellbind audiences. … read more

Record Reviews: December 1992

Record Reviews: December 1992
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I’d call MILK the spawn of a plural marriage between heavy metal, free jazz, avante-garde and hardcore punk and I’ll jump on for the ride. … read more

Record Review: November 1992

Record Review: November 1992
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hough a bit more mellow than your average label release, it’s still a cool collaboration of rarities and b-sides, and more humorous than musical to listen to. … read more

Concert Review: November 1992

Concert Review: November 1992
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I don’t think any one person left without the feeling that their primitive occult instincts had not been sickened into a deep dark grave. I’d also like to thank the fire blower! Good show! … read more