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Monday, November 18, 2019

Music Live Extra Nov. 18: Hive Live, Plus 801

WEDNESDAY 11/20 Hive Live Ft. Crook & The Bluff, Lord Vox, Alyxandri Jupiter Locals only thrive at Soundwell’s new monthly music series, Hive Live, which focuses entirely on creating a night all about what’s going on in our local music scene.

Monday, November 11, 2019

Music Live Extra Nov. 11: Goth Prom, Amy Jade's Beehive Society

THURSDAY 11/14 Amy Jade’s Beehive Society plays Amy Winehouse A cover band for someone who is really, really good, someone whose music begs to be played live forever and ever ... well, that’s the best kind of cover band.

Monday, November 4, 2019

Music Live Extra Nov. 4:

LTJ Bukem plays a free show at Urban Lounge
MONDAY 11/4 A Night with LTJ Bukem and guests J Law + C Wright Get transported to a past, transformative time in music with the music of LTJ Bukem, a pioneer and major influencer in the early world of ‘90s rave music. This isn’t anything like the rave music played today, dominated as it seems to be by the advent of massive bass drops and digital-af glitching.

Monday, October 28, 2019

Music Live Extra Oct. 28

Toquer Fest, Heavy Music + Heavier Beer
THURSDAY 10/31 Get out of Town: Toquer Fest It can be difficult to find things to do on the day of actual Halloween when it falls on a weekday. This won’t be the case for those who dare to rock down in Toquerville, where they’ll be hosting a a mini-fest the day of Halloween for all those who also dare to go out on a week night—as long as you’re in Southern Utah.

Tuesday, October 22, 2019

Music Live Extra: Halloween Happenings

KBER Freakers Ball in SLC and Voodoo Ball in Provo
FRIDAY 10/25 Royal Bliss & KBER Freakers Ball Halloween Party @ The Royal Head over to The Royal for your Halloween festivities and you’ll find a rock-filled ahead of you.

Monday, October 21, 2019

Guerilla Toss's Kassie Carlson

The musician opens up about addiction and trying to stay physically and mentally healthy.
New York quintet Guerilla Toss have established themselves as purveyors of controlled onstage chaos, filling cozy rooms like Salt Lake City’s own Diabolical Records with violin-driven, visually enhanced post-punk fury that swings, slaps and screams.

Monday, October 14, 2019

Music Live Extra Oct. 14

In Review: Blood Orange @ The Saltair, 10/8 Seeing Blood Orange has long been a dream of mine, the mastermind of it, Dev Hynes being one of my favorite artists and producers; he’s collaborated with Carly Rae Jepson, and his work with Sky Ferreira just made Pitchfork’s decade-ranker “Best 200 Songs of the 2010s.” And so I was kicking myself when I found out a day before his show that he’d be opening for Tyler, the Creator at The Great Saltair.

Tuesday, October 8, 2019

Music Live Extra Oct. 8

Music Revolution Fest in St. George, Electronic Open Mic at Diabolical
THURSDAY 10/10 Get Outta Town: Music Revolution Fest in St. George It’s been a while since I scoped what was going on down in the land of Utah’s famous “party school,” mostly because friends who’ve lived there, are from there or went to school (briefly) there insisted that, at least a few years ago, there was nothing going on in the not-really-land of Dixie. But upon finding the St. George-based band NVM (pictured) on social media, it became apparent that there is indeed some cool activity bubbling in the simmering part of our state.

Monday, September 9, 2019

Music Live Extra Sept. 9

SATURDAY 9/14 GRLwood With a name that is not even as provocative as their bombastic, no-bullshit, call-out-heavy punk that oscillates between Bikini Kill-era shrieky garage grunge and stripped, surf-punky song constructions, GRLwood is a band to keep an eye on. This should be easy to do, since they’re rolling through the Urban Lounge in support of Portland-based freak folk legend Man Man, and playing with locals Palace of Buddies.

Monday, August 26, 2019

Music Live Extra Aug. 26

Future Scars, KIDZ BOP, Sting with Utah Symphony
SUNDAY 9/1 Future Scars, Savage Daughters, Head Portals Forget about a quiet Sunday and head over to Gold Blood Collective to see Santa Fe-based group Future Scars. The group spin together prog rock with punk and post rock, with bits and pieces of pop breaking through, that vocalist and guitarist Eliza Lutz describes as music to “make metalheads cry and indie kids head bang.” If you like heavy music shot through with a little bit of light, this is the show for you.

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