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  • It Was 50 Years Ago Today

    One of the artists behind the Beatles' Sgt. Pepper album cover prefers to look forward.
      Fifty years ago, Jann Haworth helped create what is likely the most famous album cover ever.
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  • Live Music Picks: April 13-19

    Real Estate, DJ Quik, Brant Bjork, Nellie McKay and more.
      This is not Sunny Day Real Estate but, in their own way, this New Jersey band is as tuneful as that '90s not-Nirvana outfit.
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  • Rising Son

    Horn funk band Analog Son collabs with their idols on Black Diamond.
      "Does it make you want to move? Does it make your upper lip curl up?" Fairman asks in a telephone interview. "For me it's how it makes you feel."
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  • The Final Countdown

    City Weekly music writers reflect on the best and worst of 2016 in 250 words or less.
      Ubiquitous, obligatory, pedantic and rote, the year-end wrap-up piece is also a wank. All year long, music critics foist our opinions upon you, the readers.
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  • The Old-World Way

    SLC violin-maker preserves Old World traditions.
      Now it sits, anonymously, among hundreds of others in Peter Prier & Sons Violins in downtown Salt Lake City.
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  • FutureSad/LoveSounds

    John Louviere embraces the pain of the past on The Future Is Now.
      This is his second release as a solo artist, the second since a series of life-altering events including the death of his mother and going through a divorce.
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  • Mutating Grace

    Swans' new end marks a new beginning.
      Gira says The Glowing Man (Young God/Mute), released in June, is the last album to be recorded by their current lineup.
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  • Parks Go Pop

    Provo folk darlings stay true to their identity while finding new ways to express it.
      The show sold out, and the crowd was already singing along. "I stepped away from the mic," Parks says in a recent telephone interview with City Weekly.
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  • Live: Music Picks July 28-Aug 3

    Béla Fleck and Abigail Washburn, Big Grams, Fictionist and more
      The album is seasoned with Fleck's classical, jazz and world music influences, along with Washburn's more traditional folk stylings
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Her Mothers' Due Her Mothers' Due Gingger Shankar reveals hidden female side of her family's musical legacy. May 18, 2016
Cayucas Cayucas Cayucas' sunny sounds toe the line between fantasy and heartache July 15, 2015
Rising Son Rising Son Horn funk band Analog Son collabs with their idols on Black Diamond. January 18, 2017
Ought Ought Quebec expats make a satisfying clash with their second album, Sun Coming Down October 21, 2015
The Old-World Way The Old-World Way SLC violin-maker preserves Old World traditions. December 07, 2016
Drive-By Scribe Drive-By Scribe Patterson Hood's too busy having adventures to write about them—yet. December 16, 2015

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