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Richard Tyler Epperson, Laughter, Mary Tebbs

Local CD Reviews: Landscape of Love, Ain Soph Aur, Hourglass

By Kolbie Stonehocker
POSTED // Apr 17,2014 - Truly falling in love requires opening oneself up to another person, for better or worse. And it feels like that’s what singer-songwriter Mary Tebbs is doing as she fearlessly lays bare her own complicated emotions

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Breaux, Shadow Windhawk & the Morticians, Jake Burch

Local CD Reviews: Black Wolf, Casket Spray, BloodFlower

By Kolbie Stonehocker
POSTED // Apr 3,2014 - Fans of hard music who aren’t happy unless their eardrums are completely obliterated and their speakers are blown out should snag a copy of the latest full-length from Breaux and prepare to be deaf for a week.

CD Reviews

Go Suburban, The Lazy Waves, Echodog

Local CD Reviews: Go Suburban, Wavetable, Mine

By Kolbie Stonehocker
POSTED // Mar 13,2014 - Go Suburban,Go Suburban If Go Suburban is what the Sandy quartet of the same name created on the first try—well before their first-year mark—this band is definitely one to watch. Combining

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Out, Out, Stubeeee, Q1

Local CD Reviews: To End Is to Begin, B.Sides, Songs to Forget Me By

By Kolbie Stonehocker
POSTED // Feb 20,2014 - The debut solo full-length album from Provo rapper David Quinones, aka Q1, is bold: Highly personal, plenty bizarre and often funny, it proves his status as a creative storyteller,

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Anava, Creature Double Feature, Cat Fever

Local CD Reviews: Mountain, Home Library Bible Tapes Vol. 1, 29

By Kolbie Stonehocker
POSTED // Jan 30,2014 - The first release from Cat Fever—the personal songwriting project of Blake Thomas, who recruited other musicians to contribute to this album—goes down like an exquisite bite of chocolate

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The North Valley, Untytled

Local CD Reviews: Patterns in Retrospect, Winter

By Kolbie Stonehocker
POSTED // Jan 16,2014 - The North Valley’s debut full-length album, Patterns in Retrospect, perfectly captures the high energy of their raucous live show—they couldn’t have done better even if they’d recorded a late-night set at a bar

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Ahoy Captain, Seve vs. Evan, Drunk as Shit

Local CD Reviews: From light to LOUD

By Kolbie Stonehocker
POSTED // Jan 2,2014 - After listening to the debut album from indie-rock quartet Ahoy, Captain, my first impression is that it’s a shame the band members have decided to go their separate ways.

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Local CD Reviews: Rotten Musicians, Bip Bip Bip, NSPS

By Kolbie Stonehocker
POSTED // Dec 12,2013 - The new album from local hip-hop purveyors Rotten Musicians—written by Daniel Fischer (aka Fisch Loops), Mark Dago and Adam Sherlock—begins with the group members’ “transformation”

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Float the Boat, Vile Blue Shades

Local CD Reviews: Basement Tsunami, Live!

By Kolbie Stonehocker
POSTED // Nov 29,2013 - The first sound that will float through your ears when listening to avant-garde psychfunk band Float the Boat’s debut album is a buzzy, resonating didgeridoo—and the strangeness level only goes

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Anthropology, Max Pain & the Groovies

Reviews: Anthology, Max Pain & the Groovies EP

By Kolbie Stonehocker
POSTED // Nov 6,2013 - The debut album from local experimental math-rock quartet Anthropology has a collage feel, thanks to the blending of samples and several disparate genres.
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