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Joshua James

The Mystic of American Fork

By Austen Diamond
POSTED // Nov 23,2012 - In From the Top of Willamette Mountain, James deals in the currency of mysticism, trading thoughts of life’s repressiveness and his misgivings about organized religion for a search for the holy, a personal quest for transcendence or something similar. He does it openly on this, his third album.

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Rock & Roll Santa

Gifts for music lovers

By Austen Diamond
POSTED // Nov 21,2012 - The gift of music is a mighty thing. Music and songs hold memories, much as a smell can bring you back to “that one time.” And they offer us the potential to either lose ourselves or become more ourselves through expression. There isn’t a more powerful present.

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Adam Gussow

Mississippi blues doctor makes a house call

By John Paul Brophy
POSTED // Nov 15,2012 - The storied blues highway running from the Mississippi Delta to the North is not a one-way road, as Adam Gussow can attest.

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Eyes Lips Eyes

Ex-Provo band headlines Cowboys & Indies

By Austen Diamond
POSTED // Nov 15,2012 - Tony Hello felt like a “naughty student” when he turned in his answers to City Weekly’s questions weeks late. But as he learned while attending BYU, if you’re going to turn it in tardy, you’d best make it awesome.

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Japandroids

Garage-punk band celebrates new album

By Reyan Ali
POSTED // Nov 13,2012 - In late 2011, the Japandroids’ Brian King and David Prowse commemorated the completion of their latest full-length with dozens of firecrackers.

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Rock Star Lessons

Local players teach music lessons

By Austen Diamond
POSTED // Nov 8,2012 - There is a glimmer of hope for me, an adult who wants to pick up his six-string again. The months that this vintage piece of handcrafted wood has been cased and un-played are more than I care to admit to Jamie Timm,

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Gentleman Jesse

Leaving Atlanta, but he plans on returning

By Chris Parker
POSTED // Nov 8,2012 - Gentleman Jesse isn’t Leaving Atlanta, as the title of his second album suggests—he has a house and a wife. But longtime Atlanta musician Jesse Smith did endure a pivotal spate of bad luck.

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RZA

Kung fu, hip-hop & Iron Fists

By Austen Diamond
POSTED // Nov 1,2012 - On set in China during the filming of The Man With the Iron Fists, executive producer Quentin Tarantino looked at the director, RZA, and told him that he was no longer a student. RZA is now a master.

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Crushed Out

Music for wild rock & roll hearts

By Randy Harward
POSTED // Nov 1,2012 - It’s kind of a weird juxtaposition, Crushed Out recording their beachy, vaguely twangy garage rock with images of Brooklyn and a snowy or verdant New Hampshire countryside.

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Good Old War

Indie-rock trio makes first national TV appearance

By Kolbie Stonehocker
POSTED // Oct 25,2012 - Indie-rock trio Good Old War had to cancel their stop in Salt Lake City this past April, but we forgive them. They were, after all, performing for the first time on national television ...
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