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Music Picks Jan 8-14 | Live: Matthew Reveles, Fred Eaglesmith, Marc Broussard, The Woes, Pseudo Slang & Wovenhand

By Jamie Gadette
POSTED // Jan 7,2009 - Thursday 1.8nMATTHEW REVELESnArizona multi-instrumentalist Matthew Reveles was raised on a steady diet of Gram Parsons, but while his music builds on the late-great country legend’s legacy with sun-kissed ‘60s and ‘70s-era country rock melodies hanging all over We’ll Meet Halfway, Reveles’ independently-released debut is no Whiskeytown retread. The up-and-coming artis...

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Music Picks Jan. 1-7 | Live: Foreigner, The Tiny Lights & Belly of the Whale, Discourse & Reverend Payton's Big Damn Band

By Jamie Gadette
POSTED // Dec 31,2008 - nFriday 1.2nFOREIGNERnPeople are always confusing Journey with Foreigner, and vice versa. The respective power-rock band’s lead singers probably have folks coming up to them all the time singing lines from either “Don’t Stop Believing,” “Feels Like the First Time,” “Open Arms,” or “Cold as Ice.” The distinction between their signature sou...

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Dec. 25-31 | Live: New Year’s Eve Events

By Jamie Gadette
POSTED // Dec 24,2008 - For this week’s music picks, we venture off the daily best-bets path to bring you several, very different New Year’s Eve events, breaking down the various adventures into easy-to-use categories. Happy partying! nNEW YEAR’S EVE 12.31nMETAL MAYHEMnExercise the demons of 2008 and send off that wacky Bush administration with a swift kick to the pleated pants—a swift double-kick...

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Music Picks Dec. 18-24 | Live: Jerry Joseph, Utah Food Bank Benefit, Swollen Members, Eden's Watchtower Holiday Show & Roots & Culture Night

By Jamie Gadette
POSTED // Dec 17,2008 - nThursday 12.18nJERRY JOSEPH & HIS ELECTRIC BANDnJerry Joseph is a local institution who doesn’t live here anymore. His imprint on the local music scene is so thick each of his tour stops in Salt Lake City feels rather like a homecoming. Joseph originally laid the foundation for his enduring legacy during the ’90s when he formed the Jackmormons, building on the popularity of his fo...

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Music Picks Dec. 11-17 | Live: Nightmare Before Xmas, Spy Hop Records Showcase, Crate Lung Co-Op, Slowtrain Locals, Clique Girlz & Pontiak

By Jamie Gadette
POSTED // Dec 10,2008 - Thursday 12.11nGrizzly Prospector, Birthquake, Navigator (Kilby Court); Timmy “Champagne” White Benefit w/ The Street, Aerial (Club Vegas); Reggae Lounge (Monk’s) nFriday 12.12n X96 NIGHTMARE BEFORE XMASnRemember Hoobastank? X96 sure does, and the local alt-radio station is hosting a trip down memory lane for its listeners with the Nightmare Before Xmas, an annual holiday extrava...

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Own Love: SLC’s Afro Omega make it look easy.

By Jamie Gadette
POSTED // Dec 3,2008 - Elisa James doesn’t speak patois or discuss Jah when she’s performing onstage. n“I’m not going to try to be someone I’m not,” she says. nElisa is not, for example, from Jamaica, nor does she practice Rastafarianism. But the local singer is the centrifuge of Salt Lake City stalwarts Afro Omega, a band whose sound she and her partner Bronte James describe as &ldqu...

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Music Picks Dec. 4-10 | Live: Schwayze, Starmy, Will Sartain, Rope or Bullets, Lark & Spur, Civet & Euforquestra

By Jamie Gadette
POSTED // Dec 3,2008 - Thursday 12.4nSCHWAYZEnMTV reality show stars—a music industry scion and his Ray Ban-wearing protege—return to town to address rumors that their hip-hop-rock act is just a schtick to impress women and make money while doing as little as possible. Corona with lime anyone? Anyone? Murray Theater, 4959 S. State, 7:30 p.m. All-ages. Tickets: SmithsTix.com n• Also Thursday: Warsaw Pola...

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Sounding Off: Brooklyn's Dub Trio play against type.

By Jamie Gadette
POSTED // Nov 26,2008 - Listening to Dub Trio is like training for a marathon with interval runs—sprint for one minute; jog for two. Dynamic instrumentals fluctuate between a brutal sonic punch in the face and chill drum-and-bass breakdowns whose patterns shift with every live show. nThe experience doesn’t quite jibe with the Brooklyn three-piece’s name, which they admit is misleading and even a bit inh...

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Music Picks Nov. 27-Dec. 3 | Live: Joe Buck & Capt. Sean, Hudson River School, Mac Lethal & Sparks & Spools,

By Jamie Gadette
POSTED // Nov 26,2008 - Thursday 11.27nTHANKSGIVING KARAOKEnShake off that 4 o’clock food coma and head downtown for an evening of anything-goes karaoke—and by anything, we mean tone-deaf patrons are more than welcome to channel their inner Steve Perry (or Arnel Pineda). Burt’s Tiki Lounge, 726 S. State, 9 p.m. nnFriday 11.28n JOE BUCK, CAPT. SEANnYou might recognize Joe Buck as the snarling maniac of a...

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Nov. 20-26 | Live: Castor & Pollution, Mary Tebbs, Coldplay, Brothers & Sisters & White Party: Sultan

By Jamie Gadette
POSTED // Nov 19,2008 - nThursday 11.20nCASTOR & POLLUTION CD RELEASEnLuke Slocum fled Philadelphia in 2004 and landed in Utah with just a pile of books and guitar to his name. Our state is, well, pretty great, and he needed to save his life from “imminent destruction.” Paul Slocum and Mike Vitale followed shortly thereafter and formed Castor & Pollution—in fits and starts. One apartment evictio...
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