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Hipster Humpday

Don’t Like This Just Because Jason Schwartzman Is a Part of It

Posted April 25, 2012 by Annie Wagner

Or because it’s so flipping adorable. Don’t like it all! OKAY?! Geez. We GET IT. You’re SOOO OVER hipsterism art, and this was made like, what–two years ago? I know. I need to get with the hologrammic now. Another reason not to like this video (clear at the bottom of the post-if you must skip […]

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Hipster Humpday


Posted October 5, 2011 by Annie Wagner

Deeply poetic rock, banjo-fringed folk. Infantree’s strong lead vocals, (each unique to their three songwriting members) and marvelous harmonies will keep you listening. Every song is a piece of art; brushstrokes in a surreal painting, individually detailed with touching piano, disquieted hallways, or Spanish hue. Infantree is serious yet playful; connected to growth and learning. […]

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Charles Bradley

Charles Bradley – Victim Of Love

Posted July 31, 2013 by Kevin

August 28th marks the date when none other than Sir Charles Bradley hits the State Room here in SLC.  Backed by Daptone’s own Menahan Street Band, this is gonna be one of the premier shows of the year.  Back in 2011, director Poull Brien released the independent film documenting Charles’ rise to fame in titled:  Charles […]

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What ‘Washed Out’ Really Means for Music

Posted April 29, 2012 by Annie Wagner

I’m going to tell you a little story about this kid we all know: You know… the kid down the street who finishes his Masters Degree in “Librarian Information Science” and then goes back home, to start his life in the exciting field of folding shirts at Urban Outfitters– or whatever. He’s bright eyed, and […]

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Sigur Rós – Kveikur

Posted March 23, 2013 by Kevin

Over here at The Radio Cure, everyone’s head has been spinning since the announcement of Sigur Ros’ upcoming album Kveikur.  This coming off the heels of the soaring and  beautiful, albeit a bit boring, Valtari just a few months ago. The reasons for the collective reeling are varied and complex but let me try to ‘splain: […]

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