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Nice & Good

Locals Medicine Circus blast Bottle Rockets of Emotions at Todd’s Bar & Grill.

By Randy Harward
POSTED // Jun 11,2007 - Medicine Circus look, as Gary Busey said in Silver Bullet, nervous “like a virgin on prom night.” Tonight the band releases their fourth CD, Bottle Rockets of Emotion (MedicineCircus.com), at Todd’s Bar & Grill. It’s set to...

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Dude Awakening

Every Waking Moment’s Jesse Logan bounces back from the rock-star life.

By Randy Harward
POSTED // Jun 11,2007 - Last City Weekly spoke with Jesse Logan, he appeared to be neck-deep in the rock & roll dream. As guitarist in Josh Todd’s post-Buckcherry band, he was headed to Tokyo to play two gigs with the Josh Todd Band at Japan’s Rock Odyssey festival...

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Buzz Thrill

Getting into stalwart local rockers Magstatic, again.

By Randy Harward
POSTED // Jun 11,2007 - I first saw Magstatic six years ago at the Zephyr Club. It was SLUG magazine’s 12th anniversary party (give or take a year). They’re the only band I remember from that night. Before they played, I met singer-guitarist Terrance D.H. near the...

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Even, Now

Ex-Thunderfist guitarist Danny Even does it over with Murdock.

By Randy Harward
POSTED // Jun 11,2007 - “Jesus Christ!” says Danny Even, “I lived there eight years!” Even spent six of those Salt Lake years as a member of notorious local rockers Thunderfist. Although the band was and still is one of the most recognizable and reliably...

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Solid Gold

SLC singer-songwriter Gigi Love comes back with Turning to Gold.

By Randy Harward
POSTED // Jun 11,2007 - Catching up with Gigi Love, it’s the new extreme sport. The object? Just to keep up with her. On the phone from San Francisco, our much-beloved local singer-songwriter rattles off a laundry list of her current events as if she’s chugged a...

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Good Will

Local scene fave Will Sartain gets ready to drop The Listening Booth.

By Randy Harward
POSTED // Jun 11,2007 - Alot of local-music folks say a lot of nice things about Will Sartain. The 20-year-old singer-songwriter’s various projects, from indie-pop band Redd Tape (now called The Tremula) through his solo work are regarded as some of the most noteworthy...

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Classified

Goldfinger ditch the ska-punk for rock & roll and honesty.

By Randy Harward
POSTED // Jun 11,2007 - Warning: There is an electric fence around promotional copies of Goldfinger’s latest Maverick Records release, Disconnection Notice. It’s not a veritable electrified enclosure, but a booby trap nonetheless. The discs come in a black-and-yellow...

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Get Lucky

Welcoming the Silent 7Sevens to the local scene.

By Randy Harward
POSTED // Jun 11,2007 - Maybe it was the cumulative good vibes of umpteen birthday wishes, the auspicious gravitas of the number seven or the full moon—whatever the reason, anyone who saw the Silent 7Sevens play a collective B-day bash last Friday at Egos left feeling...

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Live at 21 & 11

Sugarbeats: Keeping that Sugar House “cool” alive.

By Randy Harward
POSTED // Jun 11,2007 - Aside from downtown Salt Lake City, there’s probably not a cooler part of town than Sugar House. At different times in the city’s history, you could go to Anzio’s novelty shop and buy fake dog poop, be sandblasted with death metal at...

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Poundin’

How Ogden’s Porch Pounders became Legendary.

By Randy Harward
POSTED // Jun 11,2007 - Dan Weldon and Bad Brad Wheeler can pound some porch. They’re only two guys but when they play, as the Ogden-based duo did at Jan. 15’s Showdown to South by Southwest Finals, the earth moves. Tall, lanky Wheeler blows his harp like Gabriel’s...
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