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  • Just Listen
  • Just Listen

    A veteran of the Spokane music scene tells us why you should love your local tunes
  • Amplifier Worship
  • Amplifier Worship

    Japanese three-piece Boris may just be the loudest band you've ever heard
  • Ceaseless Rocker
  • Ceaseless Rocker

    Rich Robinson continues to create an impressive output even with the Black Crowes on hiatus
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  • Moving on Up
  • Moving on Up

    After years spent trying to get big, Christian rockers We as Human finally return home
  • Wild Mannered
  • Wild Mannered

    Cold Blooded is made up of totally agreeable, artistically minded guys, but that doesn't mean their music won't blow your brains out
  • No Stopping
  • No Stopping

    Local band Space Movies seek new levels of noise-induced transcendence every time they play
      There is a theory that sound at extremely high volumes can have hallucinatory effects on the brain. It happened to me. Just once, but it was a memorable enough experience to incite vivid flashbacks ev
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  • Hot Rock
  • Hot Rock

    There are some areas in which Jaill misses the mark — but the music’s not one of them
      “We’re kind of a classically moronic band,” says Vincent Kircher, frontman for Milwaukee garage-pop project Jaill. “We always seem to tour the Northeast in the winter and the S
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  • Building Steam
  • Building Steam

    Gritty local singer-songwriter Matthew Sonntag is young but wise
      In a small plaza on the north side of Spokane, squished between two unassuming businesses, exists an unmarked recording studio known as Noise Frog. Inside of the startlingly quiet, heavily air-conditi
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  • You Like Us?
  • You Like Us?

    Overnight pop stars MGMT are still surprised at their own success
      It’s safe to say that the only people shocked by MGMT’s nearly instantaneous rise to fame were the members of MGMT themselves. The eclectic, psychedelic pop group skyrocketed to prom
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  • Hanging On
  • Hanging On

    Slingshot Dakota can’t stop making music — no matter what the universe does to them
      There is an unnamed force out there that seems as though it desperately wants Slingshot Dakota to stop making music. According to keyboardist and vocalist Carly Comando, that force moved the ban
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  • Still Standing
  • Still Standing

    As Spokane’s music scene evolves, two local bands continue to lead by example
      It’s no news that Spokane’s local music scene is in transition. Venues are at a standstill. Audiences shrink as money gets tighter. Lineups change, bands fade away. But one thing&rs
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  • Dance Rock Revolution
  • Dance Rock Revolution

    The brothers of Tweak Bird are trying to make you forget everything else and rock out
      “In a perfect world,” says Ashton Bird, “no one would be on their cellphones when we played our set.” Bird — the drumming half of Tweak Bird, Los Angeles’ jarringly
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  • Working Man
  • Working Man

    Eric Tollefson won’t give up
      The scratchy, aged tone of blues crooner Eric Tollefson is not one that comes without determination — or experience. Where many other blues performers fall flat after a strong start, Tollefson ha
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  • There and Back Again
  • There and Back Again

    Since being tempted by a major label, indie rapper Murs is thriving again in the underground
      For a moment, it seemed Murs could be the king of the underground. His stage name, after all, touted his commitment to the underground: Murs stands for “Making Underground Raw Shit.”
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  • Follow the Leaders
  • Follow the Leaders

    My Bloody Valentine’s new album completely changes the rock game
      MBV, the first record by Irish shoegaze pioneers My Bloody Valentine in more than 20 years, isn’t just a return or a resurrection — it’s a full-on Second Coming, all religious implications
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  • The French Connection
  • The French Connection

    LA band Détective uses 1960s cinema as its guide
      “All you need for a movie is a gun and a girl.” This oft-quoted piece of wisdom from legendary French film director Jean-Luc Godard succinctly describes his sparse but cathartic film
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