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Rodrigo y Gabriela

Mexican acoustic duo Rodrigo y Gabriela return to rock roots

By Katherin Nelson
POSTED // Jul 11,2013 - There’s no question that you’ve arrived in the music industry when you’ve been commissioned to play for the president alongside Beyoncé. Not many musicians can boast that they’ve entertained the hippest administration

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The Stone Foxes

San Francisco rockers explore metaphorical & literal conflict

By Brian Palmer
POSTED // Jul 11,2013 - Shannon Koehler, the drummer and lead singer of the San Francisco-based rock four-piece The Stone Foxes, is an easygoing guy. His sentences are punctuated with laughter, self-deprecating humor and

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Pianobike Duo Raising Funds for Upgrade

Farmers Market mainstay bike/piano hybrid "in terrible shape"

By Courtney Tanner
POSTED // Jul 11,2013 - Some people might add a bell or sparkly tassels to their bicycle to make it unique. But Eric Rich and Corbin Baldwin added a full-size Weser Brothers piano.

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Portugal. The Man

Portugal. The Man befriends Weird Al and Danger Mouse

By Austen Diamond
POSTED // Jul 5,2013 - “So, how was it to have Weird Al Yankovic sit in with you?”—the question I never knew that I had always wanted to begin an interview with.

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Deafheaven

Deafheaven's scorching, cinematic black metal runs into criticism and compliments.

By Reyan Ali
POSTED // Jul 5,2013 - If you want to get specific about it, the color that dominates the cover of Deafheaven’s Sunbather isn’t pink, it’s salmon. To be more specific, that cover—the lone features of which are swaths of color and a custom typeface

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Rooftop Concert Series: Get Off My Cloud

Local artists cover Rolling Stones classics

By Dan Nailen
POSTED // Jul 5,2013 - The Rolling Stones have dozens of songs worthy of consideration for a tribute concert, stretching from the raw rock & roll of their Swinging London days through their gritty, drug-hazed R&B ’70s output to spotty pop-rock in the ’80s and beyond.

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CrucialFest: Hip-Hop

What's so good about CrucialFest's decision to add hip-hop

By Colin Wolf
POSTED // Jun 27,2013 - For the third year in a row, CrucialFest returns to Salt Lake City, with nearly 70 local and regional metal, punk and hardcore artists performing at 12 different venues for four straight days, June 26-29.

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Little Hurricane

Blues-rock duo Little Hurricane isn't afraid to court disaster

By Kolbie Stonehocker
POSTED // Jun 27,2013 - Some bands strive for perfection: This part must sound exactly so, this drum kit must be tuned with minute precision, this gear needs replacing as soon as it shows signs of wear.

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Protect Your Ears

Earplugs for playing music & going to concerts

By Austen Diamond
POSTED // Jun 26,2013 - The speakers are screaming, and you’re in front of an ear-splitting drummer who’s pounding away as if he’s Thor. So, you stuff some toilet paper in your ears. We’ve all been there. It’s something, but better solutions abound.

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Utah Arts Fest: Local Music

Show Me Island, Big Blue Ox, Otter Creek, Minx

By Kolbie Stonehocker
POSTED // Jun 20,2013 - This six-member ska/reggae outfit, led by singer Lauren Hoyt, just released a self-titled album in May, and the nine songs are catchy examples of ska’s continual strong presence in Utah.
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