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All There Is to Offer

One year soaking up Salt Lake City's seam-bursting local music scene.

Shooting for the Stars

Ogden Twilight punches up with a triple headline bill.

Music Monday 7/9: Wednesday's embarrassment of riches

Wye Oak, Dean Ween Group, Quintron & Miss Pussycat and more
Ever face one of those days when there’s just too much fun stuff going on? Wednesday, July 11 is that day for Salt Lake City music fans.

All of the Above

Otep speaks out, savages President Trump and stands tall on Kult 45.
Otep Shamaya is intense.

Delicious Arrangement

Michael Rault's lush new album It's a New Day Tonight translates well on the road.
Michael Rault's new album came together in a very circuitous way.

Music Monday 6/26

Arts Fest wrap-up and highlights for your week ahead.
If you know emo rock, you probably know Chicago’s Knuckle Puck.

Wasatch Back Windfall

Bonanza Campout Festival strikes gold in third year in Heber City.
The Wasatch Front is awash in summer music festivals.

Music Monday: June 18

Belle and Sebastian at Sundance Mountain Music, Dispatch at Red Butte Garden & more
The big music news this week comes from the inaugural edition of Sundance Mountain Music on Wednesday, June 20.

Authentic Statement

Nicki Bluhm bares her soul on new record To Rise You Gotta Fall.
For more than a decade, Nicki Bluhm's personal and professional lives were intertwined with that of ex-husband Tim Bluhm, frontman for California roots-rock band Mother Hips.

Music Monday: Ogden Twilight, and the week ahead

Flaming Lips, Calexico, Utah Blues Festival, Kesha and (Mackle)more
Ogden Twilight Concert Series got off to a glorious start last Thursday when The Flaming Lips brought their hyperkinetic psych rock to Ogden Amphitheater.

Her Whole Self

Caroline Rose mixes the personal and political on genre-bending, multitude-containing Loner.
Although it took Caroline Rose four years to write,record and produce her sophomore full-length album,Lonerfeels very much of this moment.

Music Monday: A full summer weekend in review and the week ahead

Tenkaras, Xavier Rudd, Puddles Pity Party and more.
This Monday feels different, right?

Cool and Clean

James the Mormon brings a unique flavor to hip-hop with his faith.
When music lovers outside of the Beehive State hear the term "Utah rap" they probably envision a cringe-worthy high school rendition of a Top-40 pop song.

Passion and Patience

After years on the road, Marny Lion Proudfit brings her music home to Ogden.
Marny Lion Proudfit'svoice can seemingly move mountains.

Logan's Luthier

At $8,000, Ryan Thorell's hand-crafted guitars have a dedicated following.
For the past half hour, Ryan Thorell has been gently rasping the spruce top of his creation with a razor blade in his Logan workshop.

Bow Flex

Portland Cello Project gives a new sound to familiar hits.
Douglas Jenkins finds fans of classical music in the oddest places.

It's All (Not) Relative

Provo's Renshaw: An accidental band, accidentally discovered.
Before talking about music, it was necessary to ask the only truly important question:


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