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Wednesday, April 30, 2008

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Monday, April 28, 2008

In The Loop: 4/28/08. Updating With Sandwiches

Keeping you in the loop this week, I took the weekend off to rest after over a month of going almost nonstop on the blog.  I know, you're thinking "What's your problem, lazy?  It's posted every other day!"  That's true.  But it gives people who didn't see it the day it was posted a chance to view it at the top.  As opposed to other blogs where it just looks like an assembly line of nothingness.  Not knocking any specific blogs, but we've all come across a few that just seem like the one person behind it is updating it every ten minutes to let you know how far they've come to finishing off the sandwich they just bought, which you should have known by now because three posts ago they told you they were headed out for a sandwich. --- Crap, now I'm hungry for a sandwich.  So before I go make one, a quick update for today.

Thursday, April 24, 2008

The Urban Lounge

Keeping in mild theme of talking to venue owners this week, we make our way back down to Salt Lake City and get a peek into The Urban Lounge. Upon entry you realize that the building wasn't originally designed to do anything more than be a mild-western themed restaurant.

Tuesday, April 22, 2008

Why Sound

Here in our cozy-experimental state, there are some new sounds taking place up north. Not Ogden, further north.

Sunday, April 20, 2008

April's Gallery Stroll: Erin W. Berrett & Shilo Jackson

Last week brought us the third Friday of the month, which can only mean one thing in Salt Lake City… Gallery Stroll. With a brand new set of artists appearing at galleries and businesses, I decided to make my way down to one of the galleries making a name for itself along the Broadway Strip.--- Kayo Gallery has been a staple of 3rd South for a number of years, formerly occupying the space Nobrow Coffee now holds, to move up the street to better digs near 2nd East.

Friday, April 18, 2008

Slowtrain: Record Store Day 2008

This weekend a small national event will take place in every state, aimed to show appreciation to those who still love the sound of vinyl, the smell of a CD, and the need for patches and posters of our favorite bands. Record Store Day!--- With a long list of privately owned record shops across the U.S. taking part in the event, including quite a number of them here in the state of Utah; the stores will be holding day-long events with performing artists, food, giveaways and more.

Wednesday, April 16, 2008

In The Loop: 4/16/08. Alternative Concerts

I had plans to post other material today, but things became busy and two different interviews ended up getting postponed until a later date.  I do know what I'm doing the rest of the week and some of next week, but as usual you'll have to click in to find out what I'm doing.  So instead of doing an interview, I thought I'd do a rant.  I mean, I have a blog, so why not.

Monday, April 14, 2008

Muses Of Bedlam, Subrosa, Violet Run

Traveling down 3rd West, you wouldn’t think much of the area aside from the fact that it’s become the destination for random businesses you never knew people needed. Seriously, there’s an entire store devoted to vacuum cleaner hoses.

Thursday, April 10, 2008

Silt Labels, Stag Hare, Navigator, Desby Dove

Taking a break from the normal music trends, I decided to venture into unmarked territory with a Wednesday show at Kilby Court. With no one falling into a specific type of genre or musical style, I got a chance to interview and take pictures of four local bands who in their own different ways have one foot planted in the musical and the other firmly planted in the explorational.

Tuesday, April 8, 2008

In The Loop: 4/8/08. Quieting Down & Preparing For Battle

Vanzetti Crime at Red Light, 1/11/08--- Keeping you in the loop this week, a couple updates on some venues.

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