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Rahm: Between the Lines

By DG Barrow Rahm is a passionate and talented artist who gives from the very depths of his soul with each track on his latest EP Between the Lines. Rahm’s drive is an epic nearly operatic reach for meaning and connection, bravely scooping out pieces of himself for the listener’s inspection. It’s actually a pleasant […]

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The Departure: Gateways

By Lisa Waugh Straight outta Salt Lake, The Departure is a five-piece band bursting with energy, shredding soundwaves like it’s no big deal. From the first track “For the Best” to the last “Thoughts,” Ryan DeBlanc, Max Hedding, Gaven Allein, Aidan McDonald, and Dylan Proesch are having the best of times and we want in. […]

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Lifewalker’s Rx

by Lisa Waugh Good news for prog rock/metal fans. There’s a new artist to add to your rotation. Lifewalker blasted onto the scene in 2015 and are taking the world by storm, one set of ear buds at a time. Their debut EP Rx is fierce, well-produced, and a respectable addition to those genres. Members […]

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Midwest Soul Xchange’s New American Century

By Antiem Boyd If you’re looking for that straight from the core of the Earth sound in your folk and Americana, Midwest Soul Xchange’s New American Century will satisfy. Rustic, organic, and an epic nearly-orchestral approach to the genres, Midwest Soul Xchange is carving out their own path. The duo of Nate Cherrier and Ryan […]

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Big Time Love for The Workers ‘Totem’

It’s been a long time since I’ve heard a rock opera but The Workers certainly conjured up images of Tommy with their latest EP Totem. Lead by Dan Greenwald, Totem is a collection of deliciously odd melodies. The Workers bill themselves at The Talking Heads meets Frank Zappa but I think Totem is even more […]

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