Review: Andrew Jackson Jihad – Christmas Island

Review: Andrew Jackson Jihad – Christmas Island
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Like their previous albums, Andrew Jackson Jihad has created a disturbed eulogy to a candy-coated world view. … read more

Review: Acid King – Middle of Nowhere, Center of Everywhere
From Dregs to Richness: Pat Winslow on Spontaneous Fermentation and the Rise of Sour Beer

From Dregs to Richness: Pat Winslow on Spontaneous Fermentation and...
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Spontaneous brewing has realized a resurgence. Competitive brewer Pat Winslow has arisen with his own takes on a classic style. “I have a huge imagination and passion for trying new things,” says Pat Winslow. “Failure is not an obstacle, but an opportunity to expand my ability to grow and think critically.”
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From Dregs to Richness: Rob Rutledge on Spontaneous Fermentation and the Rise of Sour Beer

From Dregs to Richness: Rob Rutledge on Spontaneous Fermentation and...
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Spontaneous brewing has realized a resurgence. Competitive brewer Rob Rutledge—who is doing a Pro-Am collaboration with Uinta—has arisen with his own takes on a classic style. … read more

Localized: VINCENT DRAPER AND THE DIRTY THIRTY

Localized: VINCENT DRAPER AND THE DIRTY THIRTY
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This month’s Localized, on April 18, will feature a mysterious hodgepodge of sincerity. Crook and the Bluff will start off the set with western-tinged psych-blues, after which blues crooning, working

Spreading Pollen: Les Beehive Boys At Worlds

Spreading Pollen: Les Beehive Boys At Worlds
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Deep in the honey pot of Salt Lake Valley street culture swarms Beehive Bike Polo, a cohesive community and mainstay of the Downtown bike scene. Three of its fiercest competitors, Jimmy Araneda, David Barthod and Gabe Mejia, make up the team Les Beehive Boys. … read more

Localized: Crook & The Bluff

Localized: Crook & The Bluff
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After a recent reordering of their lineup, Crook have surged the local scene with their thunderous, psychedelic-blues styling. Kirk Dath is the mainstay as vocalist, joined by Sarah Degraw, who learned how to play drums for the group. Ryan Arnold has joined as a second guitarist, and Kevin Schultz slays the bass. Their updated approach provides their followers with a new, exciting twist on their rough and sexy sound. … read more

Localized: June Brothers

Localized: June Brothers
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June Brothers’ music is emotionally charged, and lyrical focus is essential. “In order to know where the song is going, you need to have a distinct direction from the lyrics,” Riding says. Their singer-songwriter perspective has given them a playful view of their music. “ … read more

Review: Uncle John’s Beer-Topia: A Heady Brew of Beer Miscellany

Review: Uncle John’s Beer-Topia: A Heady Brew of Beer Miscellany
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From the same author who brought you your porcelain throne crowning literature, Bathroom Reader, comes another quick quips and tidbits guide, but this time focused on your favorite “sipping” beverage: beer. … read more

Outlaw Distillery: Blazing a New Trail

Outlaw Distillery: Blazing a New Trail
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In the spirit of the Southwest and its rich desperado history, Outlaw has used their name to allude to one of Utah’s most interesting and mischievous stories. … read more