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Music | Rise Again: The Breeders return to basics with Mountain Battles

By Jamie Gadette
POSTED // May 21,2008 - Since forming in 1988, The Breeders—aka Kim Deal’s post-Pixies project—have provided a welcome alternative to overly commercialized, hyper-sexualized female rock and pop groups that clog mainstream airwaves with vapid innuendo. Neither...

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Music Picks May 22-28 | Live: Red Bennies, Tally Hall, Swervedriver, The Old Haunts, Mr. Gnome

By Jamie Gadette
POSTED // May 21,2008 - Thursday 5.22 Heavenly States (Kilby Court); Langhorne Slim (Urban Lounge); Looker, Thunderfist (Bar Deluxe); Desert Rocks Music Festival (Moab—see Essentials) Friday 5.23 RED BENNIES, TOLCHOCK TRIO, LASERFANG BIRTHDAY BLOWOUT If you’ve dabbled...

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Music Picks May 8-14 | Live: Dance Discovery, Subtle, Regina Carter Sextet, Rosewood Thieves

By Jamie Gadette
POSTED // May 7,2008 - Thursday 5.8 Eisley (Avalon); Greeley Estates (Studio 600); Mad Kings (Burt’s Tiki Lounge); Danger Hailstorm CD release (Urban Lounge) Friday 5.9 Does It Offend You, Yeah?, Yo Majesty (Urban Lounge—Read Article); Rev. Deadeye’s No Man...

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Music Picks May 1-7 | Live: The Swell Season, Do It!, Northern State, Elbow, Harptallica

By Jamie Gadette
POSTED // Apr 30,2008 - Thursday 5.1 Jackie Campbell (Solid Ground Cafe); The Used (Great Saltair); Reverend Deadeye (Urban Lounge) Friday 5.2 THE SWELL SEASON When the John Carney-directed film Once debuted at Sundance in 2007, lead actor Glen Hansard graciously accepted the...

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Music Picks April 24-30 | Live: Loom, Bill Kirchen, Mike Doughty, Black Hens, Norfolk & Western, DulceSky

By Jamie Gadette
POSTED // Apr 23,2008 - Thursday 4.24 LOOM BENEFIT Salt Lake City’s ultra-dynamic, experimental hardcore/punk act Loom spent the past year working overtime to establish footing on the national scene. They played out and promoted their album like crazy, recorded new material...

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Music | Right On: Salt Lake City’s Furs tie up loose ends with I Taste Blue

By Jamie Gadette
POSTED // Apr 16,2008 - You might say Bryan Mink is a dreamer, but deep down, he’s a realist—almost to a fault. The local 20-something musician’s output is playful, but his approach to songwriting has always been rather serious, even a little uptight. For a...

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Music Picks April 17-23 | Live: Man Man, Yeasayer, Neva Dinova, David Dondero

By Jamie Gadette
POSTED // Apr 16,2008 - Thursday 4.17 Life In Your Way (Outer Rim); Lucky I Am (Urban Lounge); Charlie On the Move (Monk’s); Highball Train (Piper Down) Friday 4.18 Matt Hopper (Slowtrain); Akil, Coolzey, Mindstate (Uprok); Verona Grove, Emerson (Avalon); The Furs CD Release...

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Comics | Verse, Chorus, Repeat: Dave Chisholm strikes a chord with Let’s Go to Utah

By Jamie Gadette
POSTED // Apr 9,2008 - A comic book is so much more like a song or an album than it is like a painting hanging up on the wall,” says Dave Chisholm, a Salt Lake City musician best known for his roles in Salt Lake Alternative Jazz Orchestra (SLAJO) and Let’s Become...

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Music | Hear Me Now? Salt Lake City’s The Devil Whale break the silence with Like Paraders

By Jamie Gadette
POSTED // Apr 9,2008 - Like many Utah residents, Brinton Jones greeted 2007 with a nasty sore throat. He treated it like a champ, but when several days turned into five weeks of nagging fatigue, Jones realized that the bug, while not fatal, might at least be life-altering....

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Music Picks April 10-16 | Live: Benefit Show, Ministry, Bret Michaels, RJD2, Vermillion Lies

By Jamie Gadette
POSTED // Apr 9,2008 - Thursday 4.10 BENEFIT SHOW If you’ve never checked out Salt Lake City reggae acts Carlo Cornia and Soul Redemption or ska fiends 2 & 1/2 White Guys, tonight presents an opportunity to catch up—for a good cause. Last November, a local construction...
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