Molly Hamilton and Rob Thomas are cinematographers of music, intentionally webbing together songs that evoke reminiscing. Inspired by the gloomy dark of the Northwest and the nostalgic imagery of the old American west, Widowspeak could be described as “cowboy grunge,” not so much literally, but in the sentiment.
When I heard that Yellowcard would be in town, playing all the way through Ocean Avenue, I rounded up my high school besties and added it to our schedule to fit around babies, husbands, classes and full-time jobs––a lot has happened in a decade.
Ogden’s very own Junction City Roller Dolls promised a double header, and believe me when I say that they delivered in full. The first bout pit Junction’s Trainwrecks against the Cheyenne Capidolls from Cheyenne, Wyoming. The second match would be between Junction’s team, the LOCO Motives and Treasure Valley’s Boise River Rollers from Boise, Idaho all packed inside the Golden Spike Event Center.
I had the chance to sit down and chat with Jahan Yousaf, the older of the two feisty sisters who provide lyrics and energy to Krewella, on Sept. 24, the day their debut album, Get Wet, was released.
To showcase the life of Charles Russell Johnson (CRJ) III and pay tribute to his legacy, 4FRNT Media produced CRJ: The Chronicle Of A Freeskiing Icon. We gathered at Salt Lake's Tower Theater to witness his impact on the sport and celebrate with his closest friends and followers.
If you don’t know the name Blauvelt by now, you must be a cave dweller. Since coming out of Vermont (my old stomping grounds), Jake has established himself as one of the best all-mountain riders in the world.
The energy and spirit of the local population is admirable and it was in full force at the premiere of Teton Gravity Research's (TGR) Way of Life. Gathered under the stars at SLC's Gallivan Center, the energetic crowd came to see the latest offering from the perennial favorite.
The Salt Lake Film Festival celebrated five years this weekend with a selection of the year's best independent films. Check out our reviews.
Shigeto dominated the stage with more than just projections and fancy keyboards. Buzz on the street said that Shigeto was a “chill dude,” and the rumors turned out to be true as he climbed onto the stage, thanking the crowd and interacting with everyone before beginning his set, making it seem like we were all his BFFs.
This past Tuesday, Salt Lake was lucky enough to have the traveling hooligan circus that is Burgerama 2013 stop at Urban Lounge. Said circus consisted of Gap Dream, Bass Drum of Death, together Pangea, Cosmonauts, Hanni El Khatib and The Growlers.