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GNARBEQUE PREVIEW: ARISE THE TITAN

Arise the Titan is a band that might be unfamiliar to a lot of our readers. Well, let me tell you: if metal is your poison, then this is a band you should know. And if you like to step out of your comfort zone, this is a band to know. They have riffs for days, and I for one love it. Over the years they have shared the ...

Audiofeed 2019 preview: The Mailboxes

One of the best selections of indie music in the country can be found year in and year out at Audiofeed. These artists may not have pull yet, but you can be assured that the majority of them are making moves and will probably be at that point within a coupe of years. The Mailboxes are one of them. They are an indie duo ...

Audiofeed 2019 preview: Motherfolk

I'm hard pressed to think of a catchy opener for this write-up, so I figured honesty was the best policy, here. Luckily, this band has a lot more to offer than a music blogger hitting a microcosm of writer's block! Motherfolk (who totally named their band for the reason you're probably thinking, I'd hedge) are Cincinnati ...

Audiofeed 2019 preview: Desiring Dead Flesh

Desiring Dead Flesh are no stranger to this site. But, in case you need a refresher, DDF are a punk trio that thrives on chaos, authenticity, and fun. Their shows are known for being down to earth yet loud, easygoing yet unpredictable. Songs are short and fast. And there's lots of yelling. Ironically, the yeller in the ...

Audiofeed 2019 preview: Gold Frankincense & Myrrh

I'm not sure how to intro this preview, so I'll just write the first thing that comes to mind. I think it is so so cool that a band has the opportunity to play both an event like Audiofeed and Insane Clown Posse's Gathering of the Juggalos. Now, that's what I call a crossover act! The crossover appeal of Gold Frankincense ...

Audiofeed 2019 preview: Ritt Momney

Photo by James Kowalski / Words by Ryan Getz Audiofeed is known for a lot of things: its community, its memorable mosh pits, music discovery. Add bedroom pop to that list. Enter Ritt Momney. If you've attended Audiofeed every year, you probably glanced at Ritt Momney, the moniker of Salt Lake City's Jack Rutter, ...

Audiofeed 2019 preview: Idle Achiever

Last year, Audiofeed came to a close with the usual Flatfoot 56 set. It was fun, chaotic, and a classic ending to the festival. While that set felt nostalgic and like family, leading into it was quite possibly a moment that represented the future of Audiofeed. Earlier that day I met this kid wearing a Blurryface t-shirt. ...