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  • Burn Baby, Burn!

      You notice that the temperature seems to have dropped about ten degrees in the room and a chilling silence rings in your ears. Strange shadows dance beyond the corners of your eyes. Suddenly, you feel a cold hand slide up your shoulder and a
  • CD Review-Langley School

      Some albums take you by surprise, leaving you a little bit changed for the better. Innocence and Despair does just that, subtly grasping you by the hand and guiding you on a lovely, lo-fi, majestically imperfect journey. The Langley Schools
  • CD review - Roland Orzabal

      The title of this album is somewhat misleading, gracing us with exactly the opposite of the proposed experience, but perhaps also symbolizing how many of us in the world are feeling at this moment. Tomcats Screaming Outside is a beautiful
  • CD Review Tool/Lateralus

      The silver cord that has tentatively linked all Tool albums (including Lateralus, their latest aural enigma) is an underlying longing for release and reunion with some version of divinity. Here, singer Maynard James Keenan charts more hopefu
  • Born to shine

      Him who knows it, feels it." Quoted from the late Bob Marley, this statement invites us all to be united under the collective emotional umbrella that life and music offers our hearts to experience. Compared by many, not so much stylistically
  • Coffeehouse hijinx

      From Kerouac to Beck, coffeehouses have been a rich underground source of musical and artistic creativity for decades. Increasingly, Spokane is giving attention and interest to a scene that has always been here, but perhaps stood
  • Classics revisited

      Have you always wanted to know more about jazz music, but didn't know where to start? For beginners and experts alike, the & & SPOKANE JAZZ ORCHESTRA & & will be kicking off its season by paying tribute to the classic songs and art
  • Have an Ice day

      Whose who control the past create the future. In the musical realm, hip-hop was birthed from the streets, taking the creative power back from the historical giants and inventing an entirely new artistic genre, which forever change
  • Desert Isle Discs

      Stranded in the year 2000 with a selection of my favorites from this past year, you might find me surviving nicely with: Mystery White Boy by Jeff Buckley. Who else can convincingly cover "The Man That Got Away" by Judy Garland AND launch

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