V School Bringing Opportunity to Salt Lake City

V School Bringing Opportunity to Salt Lake City
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V School is a tech-education boot camp teaching industry-celebrated curriculum, and has been since its start back in 2013. The school offers lessons in coding, UX and UI design, as well as other skills that are hand-selected by the school’s board. … read more

The Bboy Federation – They Reminisce 07.08 @ Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center

The Bboy Federation – They Reminisce 07.08 @ Rose Wagner...
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The show even sent a good message of bringing together both the mainstream and underground factions of hip-hop, that they both can coexist, and in a way, need one another to thrive. … read more

Persistence of Audio: Skullcandy’s Process

Persistence of Audio: Skullcandy’s Process
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The core ideals of Skullcandy speak to their heavy consumer focus and passion to create a connection between their users and the music they listen to. … read more

Educating the Next Generation of Disc Jockeys

Educating the Next Generation of Disc Jockeys
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Looking at the Hip-Hop Education & Resource Center (HERC) located at 2505 S. State St. in Salt Lake, you get a sense of the raw and organic style of teaching that goes on here. … read more

Localized: Static Waves

Localized: Static Waves
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Feel-good indie rock and hip-hop are going to be filling the Urban Lounge as they once again host some of the Beehive State’s finest musicians for Localized, brought to you

Rey Pila With Brandon Flowers @ The Complex

Rey Pila With Brandon Flowers @ The Complex
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Instantly, I was impressed by how well Rey Pila’s sound transitioned to live performance. … read more

Localized: Mimi Knowles

Localized: Mimi Knowles
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Feel-good indie rock and hip-hop are going to be filling the Urban Lounge as they once again host some of the Beehive State’s finest musicians for Localized, brought to you

Aesop Rock at Urban Lounge 01.19 with Rob Sonic, DJ Abilities, Homeboy Sandman

Aesop Rock at Urban Lounge 01.19 with Rob Sonic, DJ...
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The crowd as a whole looked more like they were there to see Local Natives, and not the indie rap giants that are Aesop Rock and Rob Sonic, but maybe that’s just the direction of style that rap nerds are headed towards … read more