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Local Gold: Snake Rattle Rattle Snake

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In advance of their 11/14/14 CD release concert at the Gothic Theatre, we caught up with Hayley Helmericks of Snake Rattle Rattle Snake to chat about their album. We premiered "The Breath and the Glow" from Totem. Hayley discussed the process the band went through to create the highly anticipated new recording. This interview originally aired during the Afternoon Sound Alternative hosted by Adam Taylor.


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