Erin Moore
Erin Moore

Erin Moore

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

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Year: 201932

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  • No Krooked Path to Success
  • No Krooked Path to Success

    Krooked Kings find their sound flying by the seat of their pants.
      The result is a surprisingly smooth output of indie-rock with a deftly delivered dose of surf that doesn't tip into the region of jangled-out pop that most self-described surf bands deliver.
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  • Joined Voices
  • Joined Voices

    Sacred Harp unites singers of all kinds in beautiful vintage songs.
      I recently visited two all-day events called singing over a weekend in late September where for the first time in about 15 years, the local Sacred Harp community played host to singers from around the U.S.
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  • October's Musical Thrills
  • October's Musical Thrills

    Get in the Halloween spirit with a few tunefully terrifying offerings.
      Tinkling, almost-Christmas-y bells give way to low, ominous, throaty bass poings, and truly unsettling goblin-like whispers that build alongside the plucking of guitars and a mandolin-like instrument called a bouzouki.
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  • Living (In) the Dream
  • Living (In) the Dream

    Peasantries and Pleasantries is more than a music store to Parker Yates—it's a home.
      Owner Parker Yates actually calls his little spot on the corner of (in fact) 8th and 8th "9th Heights," despite it actually being west of 900 East.
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  • Pulled Together
  • Pulled Together

    A little initial friction didn't prevent the members of Gravity Castle from finding a creative collaboration.
      Artists like Provo-based duo Gravity Castle prove that there are exceptions to that norm.
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  • Inside the Sound
  • Inside the Sound

    Envelop turns a hot, hectic day into a chance for sonic repose.
      San Francisco-based nonprofit Envelop has finally settled on a place to open a new venue locally at 660 N. 300 West in Marmalade.
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  • Summer's Last Dance
  • Summer's Last Dance

    Options to get your groove on before a chill is in the air.
      Here are four great places to get in one more night of dancing before summer ends, and you don't have to worry about checking your coat everywhere you go.
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