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Tinariwen

Tinariwen leaves the Sahara for Joshua Tree to record new album

By Kolbie Stonehocker
POSTED // Apr 10,2014 - In Tamasheq, the language of the Tuareg people of northern Africa, the word emmaar speaks of two sides of the same coin: one nourishing, the other destroying. “Emmaar” means “what you can feel when you are very close

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Katie Herzig

Nashville singer examines love and loss on Walk Through Walls

By Brian Palmer
POSTED // Apr 10,2014 - Life on the road for a musician can be difficult for a laundry list of reasons, but as Katie Herzig learned in 2011, it’s also an awful place to grieve the loss of a loved one.

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Chuck Ragan

Chuck Ragan seeks to bring people together, no matter their musical tastes

By Matthew Nanes
POSTED // Apr 10,2014 - Scrolling through his Instagram account, you will find that Chuck Ragan is a man’s man: pictures of dogs, caught fish, roughed-up boots from years of trekking through Northern California’s woods.

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Honey Pine

Locals Honey Pine take their sweet time to release debut album

By Kolbie Stonehocker
POSTED // Apr 3,2014 - It’s obvious when something just clicks, be it two people getting along like a house on fire, a delicious meal coming together with only a few simple ingredients or a conversation among friends

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Cult Leader

Local metal band rise from the ashes of Gaza

By Matthew Nanes
POSTED // Apr 3,2014 - Most band practice spaces are filthy, musty and dark—and Downtown Music is no exception. It’s a fitting home for Salt Lake metal band Cult Leader. On the surface, Cult Leader may seem like a serious band, but underneath

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Blitzen Trapper

The Rocky Mountain Whoop Ass Sound Keeps On Telling Stories

By Deann Armes
POSTED // Apr 2,2014 - “Rocky Mountain Whoop Ass,” the nickname Blitzen Trapper’s fans coined for the band’s sound, is beginning to stick. Frontman/songwriter Eric Earley laughs about it, but says for him, their music isn’t about labels; it’s about storytelling. His music is like an Americana melting pot of style that just feels good, and does more than tell a story; it’s a journey through song that takes you far away and back home again.

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Lost in the Trees

North Carolina folk-pop band achieves catharsis with Past Life

By Brian Palmer
POSTED // Mar 27,2014 - On the latest album from North Carolina folk-pop band Lost in the Trees, Past Life— released in February—frontman Ari Picker seems to have achieved a mighty powerful catharsis.

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Tony Holiday

SLC musician's love for harmonica inked on his arm

By Kolbie Stonehocker
POSTED // Mar 27,2014 - As long as harmonica player, guitarist and singer-songwriter Tony Holiday has been making music, it’s always come out bluesy, without premeditation. “That’s just the way I play,” he says matter-of-factly.

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SXSW 2014 Recap

How I learned to let loose and connect to the music at SXSW

By Kolbie Stonehocker
POSTED // Mar 20,2014 - As I do in most crowds, I felt uncomfortably out of place waiting for Desert Noises’ outdoor show to start at Austin’s Easy Tiger Bake Shop & Beer Garden during the 2014 South by Southwest music festival.

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Lake Street Dive

Brand of soul is ready for the big stage.

By Austen Diamond
POSTED // Mar 20,2014 - The four members of Lake Street Dive sit with backs as straight as the spine of a brand-new book of sheet music—it almost seems like a defensive stance, especially when compared to the calm, cool doo-wop swagger
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