Erin Moore
Erin Moore

Erin Moore

Erin Moore is City Weekly's music editor. Email tips to: music@cityweekly.net.

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  • Streams from the Station
  • Streams from the Station

    Jazz at the Station finds a way to continue bringing "survival music" to the public.
      In 1998, pretty much the only places to see jazz music locally were the 21+ clubs—which presented a problem for students in the jazz appreciation program at Weber State University, who were required to see a handful of shows per course.
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  • A Sound of the Times
  • A Sound of the Times

    New music explores this moment's sense of upheaval
      It may be premature to pinpoint 2020 as one of the most historically unrestful years since the famously chaotic 1968, but that's certainly what it feels like.
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  • Music Making History
  • Music Making History

    Energize your social conscience with documentaries about the music of revolutions.
      In honor of both Pride Month and the ongoing (and now-global) uprisings against systemic racism and police brutality, below are some educational and quite fine documentaries about the music that provided the soundtrack for social movements, singing out the struggles against homophobia, racism and repression in years past.
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  • Reflections on Blackout Tuesday
  • Reflections on Blackout Tuesday

    The local music industry considers better ways to elevate Black voices.
      In case a global pandemic wasn't enough to rock the music industry, it's now part of a global conversation about racism—and fittingly, too, since most music we all love and enjoy today came from generations of Black creativity.
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  • Blooming Through the Cracks
  • Blooming Through the Cracks

    The National Parks get creative promoting the hopeful musical message of Wildflower.
      One of music's greatest attributes is its ability to envelop expansiveness—something that can be experienced in the indie folk of Utah's own The National Parks.
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  • When the Going Gets Gold
  • When the Going Gets Gold

    Gold Blood Collective's multi-faceted business model keeps them alive in hard times.
      While many local venues—from the established to the tiny—face the problem of how to keep making rent while left without income from shows, that isn't really the case for local DIY spot Gold Blood Collective.
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