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  • Local Music Issue 2019

    Turn it up to 11, boys and girls. Our rockingest issue is here!
      How do you do justice to all the subcultures, stylistic niches and underground scenes that make Salt Lake City great—all while adhering to a strict word count?
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  • Live Music Picks: Feb. 28-Mar. 5

    Muse, Lords of Acid, Cherry Glazerr, Action Bronson, Vanessa Silberman, and more
      North Mississippi Allstars, Palehound, Orgy, Little Miss Nasty, Genitorturers, Gabriel and The Apocalypse
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  • Live Music Picks: Jan. 31-Feb. 6

    Casual, Z-Man, DJ True Justice, Marty Stuart, Mozes & The Firstborn, The Districts, and more
      Guster, Henry Jamison, LP, Yoke Lore, Vocab Slick, Fokis, Save 1, Swelly, Zac Ivie, AU, DJ Mixter Mike, and more
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  • Live Music Picks: Nov. 29 - Dec. 5

    Gucci Mane, Metallica, Minus the Bear, and more
      Thou, MJ Guider, 2-Headed Whale, Durian Durian, Valentine & The Regard, Amalo, Say Hey, and more
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  • Live Music Picks: Oct. 11-17

    Gwar, Tove Styrke, Chief Keef, and more
      A Place to Bury Strangers, Kraus, No Sun, Dale Watson, Wayne "The Train" Hancock, and more
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  • Live Music Picks: Sept. 27 - Oct. 3

    Denzel Curry, Gary Numan, Guerrilla Toss, Courtney Marie Andrews, and more
      Samantha Crain, Too Many Zooz, Honeycomb, Screaming Females, Kitten Forever, Rebel Rebel, and more
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  • Live Music Picks: Sept. 13-19

    Murder By Death, Blue Oyster Cult, Chali 2na, and more
      AFI,m Houndmouth, Rodrigo y Gabriela, and more
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  • Live Music Picks: Sept. 6-12

    DJ Snoopadelic, Josh Ritter, Mushroomhead, and more
      Powerman 5000, Lake Street Dive, Robert Finley, and more
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  • Live Music Picks: July 26-August 1

    G-Eazy, Amos Lee, Car Seat Headrest, Skeleton and more.
      Powered by The Beautiful and the Damned, his fourth studio release, Oakland producer/rapper G-Eazy (né Gerald Earl Gilliam) comes to town headlining the Endless Summer Tour.
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  • Live Music Picks: July 5-11

    Thievery Corporation, The Paul Thorn Band, La Santa Cecilia, Jeremy Enigk and more.
      Thievery Corporation is the shared brainchild of Rob Garza and Eric Hilton, two world music aficionados who joined forces in a Washington, D.C., nightclub in 1995.
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