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    An Interview with Post Animal

    Born from overlapping friendships and the tight knit Chicago music scene comes Post Animal, a psychedelic rock band with unconventional taste and an even more experimental sound. They have recently been on tour to promote their debut album When I Think of You in a Castle, which is quite the contender among all the new music being released this year. Aggie Radio ...

    On July 5, 2018 / By
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    Meet Salduro: Logan Band Explains Their Sound and How They Got Their Start

    Local Logan band Salduro opened up the second Canyon Jams Concert of the season on Saturday. The Canyon Jams Concert Series is put on by Stokes Nature Center in partnership with the Bridger Folk Music Society. The series brings local bands and artists to Second Dam for a night of music in Logan Canyon. Salduro is one of those local bands. Born ...

    On June 29, 2018 / By
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    Canyon Jams Conversations: Season 1, Episode 1 – Timmy the Teeth

    We sat down with Timothy George, also known as Timmy the Teeth, in the days leading up to his Canyon Jams Concert on June 23rd. We chat about how he got his stage name, how he finds the inspiration for his music, and his favorite greenroom snacks. If you want to see Timmy and other local artists in action, come to the ...

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    Interview: New Politics

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    Album review: Jack White – Boarding House Reach

    Where do I even begin with this album? Jack White’s Boarding House Reach is an utter mess – a sprawling, frustrating, occasionally fascinating mess. After two albums of more or less rehashing the bluesy garage rock he perfected in the early 2000s with The White Stripes, Boarding House Reach marks a fairly drastic stylistic shift for Mr. White. Here, he’s incorporated elements ...

    On April 18, 2018 / By
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    Album review: Death By Unga Bunga – So Far So Good So Cool

    My first real exposure to music outside of my parents’ CD collection was listening to Radio Disney in the mid-to-late 2000s. Specifically, it was a song called “1985” by Bowling for Soup, and I loved it so much I was willing to listen for hours on end to Miley Cyrus, The Jonas Brothers, and all the other teen-pop tripe so reviled by ...

    On April 16, 2018 / By

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