The Ghost Wolves Man, Woman, Beast Plowboy Records Street: 05.27 The Ghost Wolves = Highasakite + Blood Orange + The White Stripes Punk infused blues/rock has never sounded sexier than it has on The Ghost Wolves first full length album, Man, Woman, Beast. The Austin TX based duo first started wandering around the mainstream back
Sam Page The Slog In Uncertainty Self-Released Street: 05.01 Sam Page = Pixies + Placebo + The Red Hot Chili Peppers The blind passion and talent for melody that came out of the early ’90s summarizes this album completely. The fact that it’s the brainchild of a Utahn just makes my music geek heart sing.
One thought I had throughout the film Angel De La Muerte was, “Who’s the bad guy? Or good guy? Do I have enough info to know the difference?” … read more
Mouse Guard’s illustrated artwork varies with each artist and story but the overall artistic theme is beautiful and quaint. … read more
On Saturday, November 2, RAMP Sports in Park City escorted all things snow to the forefront of our thoughts. The Bamboozle, as it’s called, is an eclectic mix of art, music, food and delicious red, red wine (with beer sprinkled in for color). The event featured a gigantic Yeti (think Bigfoot) at the entrance so any excuse for not finding it wouldn’t fool anyone. … read more
This is the band that created “Sensitive Kid,” so honesty and humility blend in a foot-tapping way that this concert hall could hardly hold; however, The Depot did its best and the former House of Blues sound system thumped pleasantly with tappings and noddings of all sorts. “Bulldozer” is a subtle metaphor for the types of emotions felt in these situations, but hearing it live added a level of hope to being run over completely and the lyrics became real in a way you could only appreciate by closing your eyes. … read more
Two Norse gods were in Salt Lake City on the night of November 9, 2013. One was Urrl, the god of snow, at the Urrl Ball Save Our Canyons Benefit party and the other, a movie featuring some boring gentleman with a hammer. The idea of the benefit was to pray for snow; the purpose of the event was to protect the beauty and wildness of the Wasatch canyons, mountains and foothills. … read more
I started this interview expecting responses based around catch phrases from Keanu Reeves movies and was almost upset when I found Demars to be intelligent (apparently he took the blue pill), fun, light-hearted and, well … you’ll see. Don’t miss them at Park City Live in Salt Lake, January 30. … read more