POSTED // Feb 20,2014 - The debut solo full-length album from Provo rapper David Quinones, aka Q1, is bold: Highly personal, plenty bizarre and often funny, it proves his status as a creative storyteller,
POSTED // Feb 20,2014 - "I hear it’s beautiful where you’re going." In June 2010, when local singer-songwriters and sisters Sophie and Tessa Barton wrote those lyrics together, they didn’t know that the line would take on an especially
POSTED // Feb 12,2014 - The City Weekly Music Awards aren’t about City Weekly. They’re not about giving our best friend’s crappy tambourine band a free night onstage. They’re not about increasing the cool factor of any of our writers, and they’re (definitely) not about padding our pockets.
POSTED // Feb 6,2014 - “As much as I have a sort of a disdain for this town—you know, everyone talks about wanting to get out—I love it here and it will always be my home,” says local singer-songwriter Vincent Draper about Salt Lake City.
POSTED // Jan 30,2014 - The first release from Cat Fever—the personal songwriting project of Blake Thomas, who recruited other musicians to contribute to this album—goes down like an exquisite bite of chocolate
POSTED // Jan 30,2014 - “Anywhere you can think of, there’s something interesting about it if you delve into it and you dig a little deeper,” says Colonel J.D. Wilkes. “It’s always good to have a sense of place in your artwork and in your music—that’s where that can be expressed the best.”
POSTED // Jan 23,2014 - These days, they blend their voices as flawlessly as only two people who share their lives can. But local Americana-folk duo Hope & Tim Glenn didn’t achieve musical (or romantic) harmony overnight.
POSTED // Jan 23,2014 - With increasing frequency, local musical acts are proving that the talent from Utah is a force to be reckoned with. From Imagine Dragons to Neon Trees, Utah musicians are getting their music heard all over the world.
POSTED // Jan 23,2014 - Listening to the music created by California band Orgone—pronounced with a long second O—will transport you straight into the ’70s, when disco was king and everything was just funkier.