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Shock and Claw

Shock and Claw

Santa Cruz expat Yoodoo Park reduces indie-pop to its essence in GRMLN

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Arrival Songs

Arrival Songs

Andrew Jackson Jihad’s darkly funny anthems have gained a cult following, one text at a time

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Stellar Corpses

Stellar Corpses

As long as he can remember, local musician Dustan Sheehan has been in love with ’50s and ’60s pop culture—specifically, old horror movies and early rock ‘n’ roll.

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The Billy Martini Show

The Billy Martini Show

Rock ‘n’ roller Billy Martini doesn’t just have a band—he has a show. The distinction is important. It’s even right there in his name, the Billy Martini Show. He and his band don’t just stand up on stage playing a bunch of rock songs; they have backup dancers, costumes and audience participation.

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Guts and Roses

Guts and Roses

Hurricane Roses bare their souls on new record

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Letting Go

Letting Go

The Infamous Stringdusters continue to stretch the limits of bluegrass with their latest release

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The Intangibillies

The Intangibillies

Sixteen years ago, guitarist Mike Sapunor, mandolin player Mahlon Aldridge and guitarist Brad Manosevitz started playing acoustic jams every Sunday at the local nursing home Pleasant Care, calling themselves the Frequent Flyers.

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Back to ‘Woodstock’

Back to ‘Woodstock’

Darlingside reach back to their heroes for a folk-rock revelation on new EP

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Folivore

Folivore

Anyone who has heard Folivore knows the intense feeling of dread their music produces. Formed in 2010 by guitarist Kyle Kessler and drummer Chris Patzke, Folivore—named as an homage to sludge metal act Weedeater, and because “sloths are the most metal of animals,” according to Patzke—was designed to unite their Holy Trinity of metal.

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Crash Course

Crash Course

New Carolina Chocolate Drops lineup gets a baptism by fire

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Pawn Shop Soul

Pawn Shop Soul

Pawn Shop Soul isn’t the first band to cover obscure soul songs from the ’60s and ’70s, but they do offer a few new twists.

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I Wanna Be Sedated

I Wanna Be Sedated

Indie duo Uh Huh Her returns to their EDM roots on latest album

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Is This a Dream?

A beginner’s guide to understanding and exploring the uncanny world of lucid dreams

 

The New Tech Nexus

Community leaders in science and technology unite to form web-based networking program

 

Unhappy Feet

Novice hiker hits the road to redemption in ‘Wild’

 

Stocking Stuffers

The men behind the women of the Kinsey Sicks Dragapella Beautyshop Quartet explain their own special brand of ‘dragtivism,’ and their holiday show at the Rio
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