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    Aaron Krause

    Sometimes, you have to step out of the everydayness of your life in order to make sense of it. This is...

    Jon KarrAugust 4, 2014
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    Phantogram

    There is a sense of mystery that surrounds everything Phantogram does. It isn’t mystery for mystery’s sake; rather, it is an...

    Jon KarrJuly 14, 2014
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    Kelsey Waldon

    Kelsey Waldon’s The Goldmine is just that – a goldmine. Hers is unashamedly country music, without all the pop-glitter insincerity that...

    Jon KarrJune 30, 2014
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    Margot & The Nuclear So and So’s

    Over the past nine years, Margot & the Nuclear So and So’s have managed to create six albums – each significantly...

    Jon KarrJune 23, 2014
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    The Bloody Nerve

    The Bloody Nerve cook up their sound both slick and dirty. Mix two parts rock with some blues and soul, and...

    Jon KarrJune 16, 2014
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    Failure

    For those who know, Failure’s Fantastic Planet is the ultimate unsung masterpiece. It is the stratospheric final album of a band...

    Jon KarrJune 9, 2014
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    Justin Klump – The Night is Young

    Justin Klump’s new three-song EP, The Night is Young, brilliantly explores memory of the past and participation in the present. It is...

    Jon KarrJune 2, 2014
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    Emily Barker

    It would be easy, at first glance, to miss the depth feeling of and nuance of social commentary in Emily Barker’s...

    Jon KarrMay 26, 2014
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    Korby Lenker

    Korby Lenker writes songs that are unassuming and often simple, yet capable of eliciting a remarkable depth of meaning. He often...

    Jon KarrMay 19, 2014