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The Pleasure Thieves

SLC rockers prove The Empire Never Ended on debut album.

By Gavin Sheehan
POSTED // Jul 26,2012 - Some things are just better if you wait long enough—like a good whiskey, a bottle of French wine or, in some cases, a band.

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The Bouncing Souls

Still punk after all these (25) years

By Kelly Cannon
POSTED // Jul 19,2012 - The Bouncing Souls have seen pretty much everything that the music industry has to offer—both good and bad.

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Summer 2012 Music Fests

Nearby music-fest road trips

By Austen Diamond
POSTED // Jul 17,2012 - With Desert Rocks Festival and the Ogden Bluegrass & Acoustic Music Festival from oh-so-early in the summer behind us, the festival outlook for these hot, hot months might seem bleak. Two words: road trip!

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Raphael Saadiq

Rebirth of a Soul Man

By Colin Wolf
POSTED // Jul 12,2012 - Raphael Saadiq sighs over the phone; I just had to ask him about his separation from the celebrated ’80s R&B group Tony! Toni! Toné! and of the possibility of a reunion tour.

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Stretch Armstrong & Swim Herschel Swim

Legendary Utah ska bands return

By Portia Early
POSTED // Jul 12,2012 - A little over 20 years ago, Provo was endearingly called “The Ska Capitol of Utah”—and its renown in the genre extended nationwide.

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Juana Ghani

Gypsy collective releases new CD

By Savannah Turk
POSTED // Jul 11,2012 - For Juana Ghani, too much is never enough. While some bands stop at, say, five members, Juana Ghani has 11.

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No Te Va Gustar

Latin band's first Utah appearance

By Stephen Dark
POSTED // Jul 5,2012 - When Emiliano Brancciari left his mother’s home in Montevideo, Uruguay, in 1997 and crossed La Plata River to live with his father in Buenos Aires, Argentina,

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Tom Petty Tribute

July's Provo Rooftop Concert

By Dan Nailen
POSTED // Jul 5,2012 - Depending on when a person is introduced to Tom Petty’s music, one might know him as an aggressive garage-rocker, a pensive, acoustic-based songsmith, an early MTV pop-rock icon or the lucky SOB

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Beach House

Dream-pop duo headlines Twilight opener

By Austen Diamond
POSTED // Jul 3,2012 - The first memorable post on Beach House’s Tumblr page recently was a YouTube clip of Suzanne Ciani—a “crazy, synth-specialist lady from the ’70s and ’80s, who’s clearly stoned out of her mind”—on David Letterman circa 1980.

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Dusk Raps

Local's clinic of pure hip-hop

By Gavin Sheehan
POSTED // Jun 28,2012 - A local hip-hop artist has a brand-new album—seems common enough. But wait—what makes this occasion monumental is that it’s the very first solo effort from one of the scene’s most influential members.
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