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The Kerri Edelman Show focuses on interviewing, exploring and delving into the lives of some of the most interesting and fascinating musicians, comedians, writers, actors, film makers, entrepreneurs and other unique persons. With a doctorate degree in clinical psychology, Kerri's strong interviewing skills, authentically natural style and thought provoking questions will take you on a journey unlike any other interview. The opinions reflected on this show by the interviewees do not necessarily reflect the views of The Kerri Edelman Show.

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Salt Lake City's The New Low features former members of Hearts & Hands, but know this, The New Low is not a new iteration nor is it a renaming and/or rebranding effort. The New Low is entirely, well, new. The alt metal band is its own unique entity. Three members —Fletcher Howell [bass/vocals], Garrett Garfield [vocals], and Chris Kim [guitars]— have been working together since late 2013 and they are now joined by Hiram Hernandez [guitars] and Corey Beaver [drums]. Their chemistry is solidified, as is their mutual respect for one another. You can hear it in the results, which is their earnest but electrifying debut album Continuance, which was self-produced and recorded in a basement. In a current, oversaturated heavy music scene full of copycat bands hellbent to win the race to the bottom, The New Low are rising to the top and remaining buoyant, thanks to their crackling-with-intensity, artistic-meets-alternative metal style. Continuance invites the listener to ride sidecar on a sonic journey marked by twists, turns, and surprises throughout. The New Low certainly aren't afraid to experiment and play with dynamics, to frontload their songs with molten riffs, or to get in touch with their emotional side. Thematically, Continuance reminds us that it's not the fact that we fall, but how we get up that defines our character. Ultimately, Continuance is an album about forward progress and allowing your failures shape to you into something better, stronger, and improved. Just like The New Low itself. For more information, visit www.thenewlow.com
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