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Nov. 13-19 | Live: Tate Law Benefit, An Horse w/Bishop Allen, NKOTB, The Editor's Notes, Of Montreal & The Old Crow Medicine Show

By Jamie Gadette
POSTED // Nov 12,2008 - nnThursday 11.13n TATE LAW BENEFITnIn early October, a serious car accident hospitalized Tate Law, a local, widely beloved musician responsible for indie projects The Lionelle and Spooky Moon. Fortunately for him, when tragedy strikes around these parts the community is swift to respond with selfless displays of emotional and financial support. Salt Lake City record label Sound vs. Silence has org...

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No-Covers Girl: Marnie Stern rips tradition to shreds.

By Jamie Gadette
POSTED // Nov 5,2008 - I really consider myself as more of a songwriter,” says Marnie Stern, a New York City-based guitarist whose impressive Van Halen-esque finger-tapping technique typically affords her frequent female shredder shout-outs. She’s a woman! Who plays guitar! Like, really well! nBut besides the tired emphasis on gender, perhaps too much is also made of her technically adept prowess—skill...

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Nov. 6-12 | Live: Moab Folk Festival, IAMA Singer-Songwriters in the Round, Stephen Malkmus & the Jicks, Café Tacuba, Subtle

By Jamie Gadette
POSTED // Nov 5,2008 - Thursday 11.6nMOAB FOLK FESTIVALnThe forecast for Moab in southern Utah this weekend calls for clear, mostly sunny skies with temperatures in the low 60s—and crowded streets for the town’s annual folk festival. This year’s lineup should help restore your faith in the term “singer/songwriter” which, in recent years, has gotten a bad rap, thanks to one too many hacks wr...

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What's On Your iPod?: SLC Councilman Luke J. Garrott

By Jamie Gadette
POSTED // Oct 30,2008 - Salt Lake City Councilman Luke Garrott took office in January. At the time, he scored a seat representing District 4 based on his qualifications as a respected University of Utah political-science professor with a burning passion for soccer, preserving historic neighborhoods and planned, sustainable development. These days, however, he could easily run on the platform, “Luke Garrott—Yo...

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Oct. 30-Nov. 5 | Live: Girl Talk, Dr. Cyclops, Get Freaky 2008, Monorchist, Metallica & Eagles of Death Metal

By Jamie Gadette
POSTED // Oct 29,2008 - Thursday 10.30nnGIRL TALKnRep. Mike Doyle, D-Pa., recently said in a recent House Subcommittee on Telecommunications meeting, “Maybe mash-ups are transformative new art that expands the listener’s experience and doesn’t compete with what an artist has made available on iTunes or at a CD store,” arguing the case for artists like Greg Gillis, aka Girl Talk, whose unconvention...

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Oct. 23-29 | Live: Vast Aire, Main Street Music Crawl, Von Iva, Alexis Gideon, Parts & Labor

By Jamie Gadette
POSTED // Oct 22,2008 - Thursday 10.23nFour Year Strong (Avalon); Labcoat (Urban Lounge); Miguel Mateos (Karamba) nFriday 10.24nBlaze Ya Dead Homie (Avalon); TaughtMe (Kilby Court); Prize Country (Burt’s Tiki Lounge); Dirty South (Hotel); Blood of Saints (Club Vegas); Ghostwriter (Bar Deluxe); The Black Angels, Furs (Urban Lounge—Read Article); North Platte Records Bash (Velour)nSaturday 10.25nVAST AIREnCanni...

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Music | Strange Victory: Silver Jews’ David Berman enjoys some evolution.

By Jamie Gadette
POSTED // Oct 1,2008 - Silver Jews are one of the greatest bands still making records. They are an acquired taste, and founder/musician/poet David Berman has made damned well sure things stay that way. For years, the rock group operated on the policy that they would never collaborate,...

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Music Picks Oct. 2-8 | Live: TaughtMe, We the People, Nikka Costa, A Place to Bury Strangers & Gangi

By Jamie Gadette
POSTED // Oct 1,2008 - Thursday 10.2 TAUGHTME CD RELEASE On his three full-length albums as TaughtMe, Blake Henderson comes across as somewhat of an imaginary friend, tempting you to skip class and embark on a great adventure. His songs sound like secrets shared under the bleachers,...

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Music | Pure and Simple: Salt Lake City’s Paul Jacobsen does his hero proud.

By Jamie Gadette
POSTED // Sep 24,2008 - Every year, Paul Jacobsen posts a glowing online tribute to Steve Earle in honor of the veteran country artist’s Jan. 17 birthday. Never mind that his closest friends already know the story—how Jacobsen’s brother Andy introduced him...

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Music | Our Town: Sego Festival lifts the curtain on a hipper Provo.

By Jamie Gadette
POSTED // Sep 24,2008 - Downtown Provo is rising. For proof, look no further than a two-block strip of University Avenue where a new breed of young urban professionals have set up shop offering in-the-know locals rare access to boutique and vintage clothing, live music, cutting-edge...
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