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by Carly Schorman Senior Editor – The Fuzzy Crystals “The King is Dead” Are you ready for the transcendental expierence that is The Fuzzy Crystals? These spaced-out pysch rockers from California (where else?) create a dynamic sound that will have you wandering through the acidic flower fields of our hippieRead More →

experimental electronic 00

by Mark Anderson Senior Editor – It’s no secret I get down to my fair share of electronic music. While I tend not to veer to the more commercial side of things, I have noticed that I find pop songs are a bit more palatable these days as electronica continuesRead More →

Aunt B “Oh Lord” Aunt B officially came together as a band last summer, but the concept had been stewing for a few years between Shane and Megan Baskerville, the married duo that sits at the heart of the 8-piece. All that stewing paid off, however. Shortly after filling their roster,Read More →

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Mega Ran & Mr. J1S “Turnabout” We all have that one that got away. “Turnabout” deals with just that sense of loss. PHX-based MC, Megan Ran, joins forces with Mr. J1S outta New York for this number. “Turnabout” was produced by Sonic Skillz and possess a mellow vibe that leadsRead More →

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Foreign Language “Oshima” from The Trundle Sessions Stephanie Dormann “Sleepwalking” from Sofar Denver The Hill in Mind “Spider-Shirt” Live from Burns Hall Steff and The Articles “Call you mine” fromT- Town Sessions Ryne Norman “Revival” Live in NashvilleRead More →

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by Mark Anderson Senior Editor Breaking new ground. It’s what every successful musician/artist/business person does to keep pushing forward, forever reaching the next personal, artistic, or financial goal. In the case of James Tritten and Fort Lowell Records, well, let’s just say they’ve done it again. James, husband of andRead More →

Old Hours

By Matt Marn Staff Writer Nathaniel Walberer and Anna Carlson want to not only tell a story, but also connect with everyone who listens to their music. And with the vast range of attitudes Old Hours display over the course of their album, Even in the Sun, every one ofRead More →