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.
POSTED // Jan 16,2014 - The North Valley’s debut full-length album, Patterns in Retrospect, perfectly captures the high energy of their raucous live show—they couldn’t have done better even if they’d recorded a late-night set at a bar
POSTED // Jan 16,2014 - You don’t have to be a church-goin’, God-fearing soul to understand the Christian themes depicted in roots/Americana trio The Devil Makes Three’s latest album, I’m a Stranger Here.
POSTED // Jan 16,2014 - Wherever they go, Austin, Texas-based funkrock band T Bird & the Breaks leave their audiences sweaty, smiling and partied out. With their infectious, in-your-face, big-brass sound, T Bird & the Breaks turn every floor into
POSTED // Jan 10,2014 - While Sundance is an unparalleled opportunity to see the work of independent filmmakers from around the world, the silver screen isn’t the only place to find examples of creativity during the festival.
POSTED // Jan 9,2014 - In his 15-year career, this groundbreaking emcee has compiled a lengthy and stellar résumé. Since being one of the leaders of the West Coast underground hip-hop scene in the early ’90s, Jason Green—aka Planet Asia
POSTED // Jan 8,2014 - If your only taste of Triggers & Slips were their self-titled debut full-length album, released in May 2012, you’d probably neatly peg them as a honky-tonk band. And with the record’s dusty feel—complete with lap steel, twangy guitar licks and smooth three-part harmonies—that description would hit the mark on the nose.