Music

Monday, July 25, 2016

Pansies

A chat with the band from their show at Urban Lounge last Saturday.
As you may have read in last week's City Weekly, Hound Mystic released their latest album at Urban Lounge on Saturday night. Seeing as how the show looked to be pretty cool, I decided to pop in and check it out.

Friday, July 22, 2016

Local Releases: Getting Nude And Barefoot

Brand new music from Cephas, Vid Nelson, Karl Jørgensen and more.
Holy crap, gang, do we have a weekend packed full of music for you. Five release shows scattered across the Wasatch Front, starting with one tonight going all the way until July 28.

Tuesday, July 19, 2016

Lavender Vinyl

Talking to the founders of Ogden's latest record shop.
Parts of Ogden are starting to see a business renaissance. For years, the city has had a lot of its real estate messed with in various ways, just looking at the last year of Mojo's before it closed down as a prime example.

Friday, July 15, 2016

Local Releases: Live In Front Of Your Barber

Brand new music from VanLadyLove, Sam Burton, Sunsleeper and more
In the process of trying to beat the heat, many have taken to hanging out at night and playing Pokemon Go. But we hope in the midst of trying to catch them all, you duck in for one the releases shows happening this weekend.

Wednesday, July 13, 2016

Pale Horse Sound Studios

A chat with the founder of the Pleasant Grove studio.
Studios are branching out everywhere across the Wasatch Front—and with good reason, as our music scene has been seeing a steady rise in new bands looking to make quality albums. It's cool, yet very uncharacteristic of our scene, as a lot of musicians went the DIY route for so many years making music out of their basements, but now we're seeing people willing to spend their hard-earned cash on quality.

Monday, July 11, 2016

Primitive Programme

Chatting with the former SLC punk duo turned trio.
You may have read about it in one of our most recent issues, but Sculpture Club kicked off a new tour this weekend, with a sendoff show at Diabolical Records on Friday night. Playing with them were our old friends in Chalk, and a somewhat new band: Primitive Programme (the former Josh & Ian, with a new bass player).

Friday, July 8, 2016

Local Releases: Spirits Kissing Dinosaurs

Brand new music from Albino Father, Spirit Tribe, Dinosaur Kisses and more.
We've only got two release shows scheduled this weekend, but there's also a ton of music that was released online. So check out all the digital albums you can below, then join us at the bottom to see where you can snag new music later this week.

Friday, July 1, 2016

Local Releases: Revolting The Mooninite's Radius

Brand new music from Radius, Revolt Of The Potatobug, Mooninite and more
Fireworks may be filling up your weekend, but in between the BBQs and drunken house parties, we hope you're throwing on some local tunes and checking out some of the shows happening this weekend.  First, we're giving you everything that came out digitally this week, then join us for the one release concert in store for you tomorrow.

Tuesday, June 28, 2016

Kitfox, MMEND

Part 2 of interviews from Velour's 2016 Battle Of The Bands
This past  weekend we saw the latest Battle Of The Bands in Provo hosted by Velour. This competition has become one of the most sought-after placements on a bill, as many of the bands who compete in it take off regardless of whether they even make it to the finals.

Monday, June 27, 2016

Pändo, Moody Pulp, Motion Coaster

Part 1 of interviews from Velour's 2016 Battle Of The Bands
This past  weekend we saw the latest Battle Of The Bands in Provo hosted by Velour. This competition has become one of the most sought-after placements on a bill, as many of the bands who compete in it take off regardless of whether they even make it to the finals.

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