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Clumsy Lovers

After 18 years, The Clumsy Lovers are still spicing things up

By Brian Palmer
POSTED // Aug 15,2013 - Trevor Rogers, lead singer and guitarist for Canadian folk-rock/bluegrass/Celtic outfit The Clumsy Lovers, knows he has been at this a long time.

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Uncle Uncanny's Summer Sessions

10th-annual festival welcomes big changes

By Kolbie Stonehocker
POSTED // Aug 8,2013 - What started out in 2004 as a small, “grass-roots, homegrown event,” says Uncle Uncanny’s Summer Sessions co-founder Travis Arnovick, has grown exponentially into one of Utah’s must-see music festivals.

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Truth & Salvage Co.

Band of buds Truth & Salvage Co. pick up where they left off.

By Randy Harward
POSTED // Aug 8,2013 - It’s a big day for Tim Jones. His band, Truth & Salvage Co., releases their long-awaited second album, Pick Me Up (Megaforce/Sony RED), and starts their tour tonight at Nashville’s Exit/In. It’s also his birthday.

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Erykah Badu

Erykah Badu is part musician, part spiritual healer

By Kolbie Stonehocker
POSTED // Aug 7,2013 - You know the feeling. While walking down the street, you pull out your iPod, stick in your earbuds, start up your favorite song and shooooom: You’re magically transported through a spinning vortex of sound

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The Uncluded

Aesop Rock & Kimya Dawson's folk-rap project The Uncluded is baffling in the best way

By Colin Wolf
POSTED // Aug 1,2013 - Earlier this year, seminal Rhymesayers emcee Aesop Rock and Moldy Peaches anti-folk singer Kimya Dawson teamed up to form the band The Uncluded, which, for lack of a better term, falls under the genre folk-rap

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Tolchock Trio Final Show

One band's move to L.A. marks the end of an era, and Tolchock Trio.

By Dan Nailen
POSTED // Aug 1,2013 - When drummer Dan Thomas moved to Salt Lake City from Minneapolis in August 2000, he already had a plan to start a band with friends Oliver Lewis and Ryan Fedor.

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Medeski Martin & Wood

Avant-jazz/funk outfit is no party band

By Austen Diamond
POSTED // Jul 31,2013 - Avant-jazz and funk ensemble Medeski Martin & Wood are tired of being labeled a party band—which may be why Salt Lake City is the band’s only scheduled stateside stop this summer.

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DigiTech's John Johnson

DigiTech founder is back in the guitar-effects-pedal game

By Austen Diamond
POSTED // Jul 25,2013 - The walls of John Johnson’s basement music room at his Sandy home are not decorated with autographed photos from the many musicians he’s worked with during his nearly 30-year career creating and selling guitar-effects

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Hip-hop's latest cutting-edge faction make the most out of confusion

By Reyan Ali
POSTED // Jul 25,2013 - “I’m sorry,” the woman’s voice says, “but the person you called has a voice mailbox that has not been set up yet. Goodbye.” That’s what you hear when you dial the titular number of “646-704-2610,”

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Funk masters release new New You Part 1

By Renee Estrada
POSTED // Jul 18,2013 - Listen to Orgone for a minute or two, and you’ll be transported to the era when the civil-rights movement was underway, and bell-bottoms and paisley were fabulously in style.
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