It may be presumed that the Craft Lake City DIY Festival on Aug. 9 and 10 is limited to showcasing handmade crafts to hold and take home. However, joining the surplus of local artisans and DIY Engineers are 50 local musicians and performers who will show off their talents in the form of instrumentation. … read more
Before we begin, I’d like to start with an invo- cation, and invite you to ponder what the Devil means to you. Do cliché images of red creatures with horns, wings and flames come to mind? Per- haps images of Norwegian black metal come through, as churches burn in flames and pagans flirt with death? Or maybe Lucifer is just some simple dude who goes bowling on weeknights. … read more
Looking for something to do on Halloween that will offer you more than playing dress-up and dancing to “The Monster Mash”? SB Dance has something for you. Of Meat and Marrow will be performed at the Rose Wagner Theatre on October 25–27. A “rock-opera-dance-circus” for a mature audience, the show is equal parts sexy and silly, with horrifying monstrosity. … read more
Salt Lake City is set to soar through space and time on Sept. 20 with this month’s Localized, featuring the psychedelic sludge of The Weekenders combined with the classic blues rock quintet of The North Valley, alt-indie rockers The National Parks opening at 9 p.m. … read more
John Englar was inspired by the New York punk scene in the ’80s—where kids soaked the streets with piss, started street fights, and blew through lights around the city; where freaks and outcasts thrived and clubs held dank shows full of moshing bodies.
It’s stimulating to see someone in town who can expand our perceptions of what a performance is and where those performances can take place, and Eric Rich is doing just that. By melding bike riding with piano playing, he’s created a rich atmosphere of music on the streets in a way that allows him to work on conquering his performance anxiety while sharing a formal talent in an informal environment. … read more
With projects in the works that include a roller-derby horror film, Westerns and sci-fis with strong female roles, commercials, music videos and comedies, the Utah Women in Film boast a strong membership of talented women, including directors, actresses, costume and makeup artists, photographers and more, all with tenacious creative vision. What started three years ago as a support network for female filmmakers in Utah has grown into a solidified non-profit. … read more