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  • Live Music Picks: April 19-25

    MC Chris, Talia Keys & the Love, Nick Passey, Brian Wilson and more.
      Mainstream nerdery has already conquered vast swathes of popular culture, and the world of hip-hop and heavy metal are no exceptions.
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  • Rock-It Fuel

    Local musicians dish on the grub that puts the bomp in their bomp-bah-bomp-bah-bomp.
      Most musicians don't make piles of money—but that doesn't mean they have to live on ramen and dumpster bagels.
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  • Live Music Picks: April 12-18

    Judas Priest, The Residents, Clownvis Presley, The Breeders and more.
      They're one of heavy metal's biggest and most influential acts, but Judas Priest shows a folk influence in taking their name from a Bob Dylan tune ("The Ballad of Frankie Lee and Judas Priest") and covering Joan Baez' "Diamonds and Rust" (coincidentally a song about Dylan) on their third album, Sin After Sin (1977).
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  • Live Music Picks: April 5-11

    The Darkness, Durand Jones & The Indications, Toby Keith, Petty Theft and more.
      Once upon a time (like 2006-ish), I thought I'd had a perfectly decent interview with Justin Hawkins—only to discover, upon disconnecting, that The Darkness' frontman called his U.K. manager.
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  • So Tomorrow That I Might See

    Le Voir explores dualities as it becomes a single entity.
      Onstage, Le Voir's Gillian Chase cuts two different figures.
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  • Live Music Picks: March 29-April 4

    Mark Owens, Matt and Kim, Strange Familia, The Goddamn Gallows and more.
      Idaho-born, Utah-raised country artist Mark Owens grew up listening to Marty Robbins, Jim Reeves and Little Jimmy Dickens.
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  • Dis Old House

    City Weekly visits "Discoid" Sam Rodriguez.
      It's apt that Dis House is on a street so narrow you want to repeatedly ignore Google Maps' directive to turn.
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  • Live Music Picks: March 22-28

    U.S. Girls, Ed Schrader’s Music Beat, Hell’s Belles, Columbia Jones and more.
      Canadian-American musician Meghan Remy seems like the noise-pop world's answer to Cat Power:
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