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Birth of the Cool

One of the Fort's oldest - and only - fusion outfits ain't goin' anywhere ... 'cept maybe Nashville. By CAROLINE COLLIER Bertha Coolidge gigs are about...

Seize the Day

Automorrow takes its contrarian rock 'n' roll nature only so far. The young trio's smart, quasi-punk songs often reflect "an individual's take on the...

Seize the Day

Automorrow takes its contrarian rock 'n' roll nature only so far. The young trio's smart, quasi-punk songs often reflect "an individual's take on the...

Bends Sinister

When you make music that describes life as a bottomless void and other people as hell and have a song about a child wandering...

Bends Sinister

Shadows lurk around every corner of The Great Tyrant's sonicscapes. By JIMMY FOWLER When you make music that describes life as a bottomless void and other...

Cheers and Jeers ’08

We asked a few people who know a thing or two (or 12) about music in the 817, and here are their responses. Local Artist...

Cheers and Jeers ’08

Looking back on the year that was in local music - and the years that may be. By SOME LOCAL MUSIC KNOW-IT-ALLS We asked a...

On the March

After forming in mid-2006, the pop-soul outfit The Campaign quickly earned a reputation for both novelty and sheer professionalism. First there was the oddity...

On the March

With a stellar new EP in pocket, The Campaign can mount a pianistic-rocking run at the Big Time. By JIMMY FOWLER After forming in mid-2006, the...

Gray Areas

If Family, Family, Family Meets the Magic Christian sounds like the title of a concept album, that's because it is. Matthew Gray, the leader...