POSTED // Dec 13,2012 - It’s the heartbreak of letting someone down, having never been able to fulfill one of their final wishes. It’s the guilt of procrastinating beyond the point of action and living with it.
POSTED // Dec 6,2012 - As a young, wannabe garage rocker in the late ’80s, Tyler Monks got a dose of reality when he moved from Sacramento, Calif., to Orem, where he says there wasn’t an outlet for rock & roll,
POSTED // Nov 23,2012 - In From the Top of Willamette Mountain, James deals in the currency of mysticism, trading thoughts of life’s repressiveness and his misgivings about organized religion for a search for the holy, a personal quest for transcendence or something similar. He does it openly on this, his third album.
POSTED // Nov 21,2012 - The gift of music is a mighty thing. Music and songs hold memories, much as a smell can bring you back to “that one time.” And they offer us the potential to either lose ourselves or become more ourselves through expression. There isn’t a more powerful present.
POSTED // Nov 15,2012 - Tony Hello felt like a “naughty student” when he turned in his answers to City Weekly’s questions weeks late. But as he learned while attending BYU, if you’re going to turn it in tardy, you’d best make it awesome.
POSTED // Nov 8,2012 - There is a glimmer of hope for me, an adult who wants to pick up his six-string again. The months that this vintage piece of handcrafted wood has been cased and un-played are more than I care to admit to Jamie Timm,
POSTED // Nov 1,2012 - On set in China during the filming of The Man With the Iron Fists, executive producer Quentin Tarantino looked at the director, RZA, and told him that he was no longer a student. RZA is now a master.
POSTED // Oct 12,2012 - Whether you’re into high-performance gear to propel your skills to the next level or just into looking like you’re at the next level, the outdoor retail industry spits out an avalanche of gear to choose from each season
POSTED // Oct 11,2012 - The band’s lush music could easily lull someone into slumber. Not because it’s boring but because the tempo is mellow and the sounds are supremely beautiful. It’s as if your mother were reading bedtime stories
POSTED // Sep 27,2012 - Just last week, Paul Anderson received a complaint—one of many he’s gotten recently. A schoolteacher in St. George called him and said that because of The Piano Guys, there aren’t enough cellos for all the students requesting them