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  • The Ladells

    Forget the hammer: The Ladells are hitting listeners' ears with Vamp
      When your band's frontman is known for a level of onstage chaos that can involve what some might label "antics"—perhaps most famously, running into startled audiences while swinging a hammer—your reputation can precede you.
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  • Triggers & Slips

    Triggers & Slips ride the rails between music's past and present
      Two contrasting eras meet in the music video for "Modern Age," a track from Triggers & Slips' new sophomore album.
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  • Folk Hogan

    Folk Hogan tells the dark story of a fantastical circus in The Show
      "Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls of all stages/ I'm presenting a show that was built through the ages/ Through all of the pain, the fear and the screams/ I've collected this assortment of unusual things."
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  • Yonatan Gat

    Yonatan Gat's wanderlust-fueled music is inspired by the present moment
      Yonatan Gat's days in Israeli garage-rock band Monotonix were numbered from the beginning. When a band makes a habit of performing live shows that are so off-the-hook chaotic that they're actually dangerous ...
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  • Father Murphy

    Father Murphy uses religious symbols to tell archetypal tales of enlightenment
      Born in Italy and raised Catholic (he even almost became a priest), Freddie Murphy of Italian occult-psychedelic/noise duo Father Murphy has deeply rooted memories of the music he experienced in church.
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  • Moon Honey

    Moving to Los Angeles breathes new creative life into Moon Honey
      Calling from her hometown of Baton Rouge, La., Moon Honey vocalist/songwriter Jessica Ramsey remarks that after living on the West Coast for the past six months or so, she'd temporarily forgotten about the South's ever-present humidity.
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Folk Hogan Folk Hogan Folk Hogan tells the dark story of a fantastical circus in The Show April 08, 2015
Merchant Royal Merchant Royal SLC rock band release long-awaited debut August 27, 2014
The Blue Aces The Blue Aces All rock & roll, no rocker lifestyle June 13, 2013
Utah's Radical History Utah's Radical History John McCormick: LDS helped lay socialist foundation September 19, 2012
Death Becomes Her Death Becomes Her Controversial saint La Santisima Muerte embraces Utah's outsiders October 22, 2014
L'anarchiste L'anarchiste Catching up with the Band of the Year of 2013. February 27, 2014

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