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Music Matters

Why it's important to support local music

By Austen Diamond
POSTED // May 1,2013 - A woman had fallen through the caving-in floor—that’s what we were told after the encore. The floor over the orchestra pit at the Bijou Theatre in Knoxville, Tenn., couldn’t stand the weight of the sweaty, spinning mosh

Music Articles

CWMA Recap

Eclectic showcases & above-average turnouts mark the first weekend of the City Weekly Music Awards.

By Austen Diamond
POSTED // Apr 25,2013 - When we book bands to play in our annual awards show—this year there are 22 bands in seven show-cases—we strive to match genres to make for a cohesive concert.

Music Articles

Joe McQueen Day

Celebrating an Ogden Jazz Legend

By Austen Diamond
POSTED // Apr 18,2013 - “Holy shit, Joe McQueen is real,” thought Brad Wheeler when, years ago at an Ogden bar, he first met the saxophone player, who turns 94 this month.

Music Articles

Catching Up With illoom

2012's CWMA DJ Spin-off winner

By Austen Diamond
POSTED // Apr 2,2013 - James Loomis’ approach at 2012’s DJ Spin-off was “to mix as tight and fast as possible, which is as risky as it gets, and to incorporate a bunch of my own music.”

Music Articles

Imagine Dragons

A brilliant set of irreverent questions

By Austen Diamond
POSTED // Mar 21,2013 - It’s the stuff of dreams, Imagine Dragon’s chart-soaring 2012 LP Night Visions. Based largely on the subconscious nonsense that comes during deep sleep, the album—and singles “It’s Time” and “Radioactive,”

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How to CWMA

Where to go, how to vote in 2013

By Austen Diamond
POSTED // Mar 14,2013 - A new music discovery is one of the supreme joys of appreciating—really digging into—the art. Maybe you’ve heard of Neon Trees, King Niko, Max Pain & the Groovies, Tolchock Trio and others for the first time

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Thao Nguyen & Sallie Ford

Get Down Stay Down interviews Sound Outside

By Austen Diamond
POSTED // Mar 7,2013 - If two leading ladies of indie rock were given the chance to turn the table on the typical interview process and become both the interviewer and interviewee—of each other—what would they talk about?

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Darwin Deez

Quirky songster's catchy, existential pop

By Austen Diamond
POSTED // Feb 28,2013 - Upon learning about Darwin Smith’s love of existentialism—add that to his off-kilter inclinations and wry sense of humor—this query seemed like the best way to start what would hopefully be a provocative interview.

Music Articles

Guitar Stomp Boxes

Local DIY-ers build guitar-effects pedals

By Austen Diamond
POSTED // Feb 21,2013 - RJD2 laid a square egg and it cracked open on Mark Wursten’s coffee table. The bassist and amateur guitar- effects-pedal builder is displaying the innards of a green Russian Big Muff Pi—actually, it’s a clone

Cover Story

Feel Good Guide: Stuck on You

You don't have to be into "chi" to benefit from acupuncture

By Austen Diamond
POSTED // Feb 20,2013 - My former roommate, a semi-professional rock climber, had torn a tendon in his finger and was desperate to get back on the rock. He swore by acupuncture as the quickest way to heal from injury.
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