Sept. 13 was the last of 2018’s Salt Lake Twilight Concert Series. The last installment boasted a double bill, featuring husband-and-wife duo Flora Cash and New York singer-songwriter King Princess. … read more
Japanese Breakfast’s shimmery performance was enough to make everyone in the sold-out crowd forget the emotionally melancholy subject matter of the songs they were performing. If Zauner’s sixth Salt Lake performance was any indicator—it’s no doubt that her seventh will be on a much bigger stage. … read more
Pop acts Twin Shadow and BORNS performed to a sold out crowd on Monday, Oct. 15. Anything below a shout was inaudible over the screams of the crowd, even between sets. The crowd filled in from wall to wall early enough to catch a killer set from opener Twin Shadow and frontman George Lewis Jr.
Wild Nothing and openers, Men I Trust, drove a rowdy crowd to Urban Lounge and though the show didn’t quite reach sold-out status, the newly renovated space—which seemed to have more standing room—felt like it might burst at the seams. … read more
Lucy Dacus’s Friday night show at The Urban Lounge didn’t quite make it to sold out status but it was certainly no small affair, drawing a few hundred of SLC’s most devoted Dacus fans. … read more
Phoebe Bridgers transitioned back and forth between emotional anthems like “Demi Moore” and more upbeat, folk-influenced tunes like “Motion Sickness” seamlessly, even covering Tom Petty’s “It’ll All Work Out” in honor of his passing last year. “This is my favorite Tom Petty song,” she said, “because it’s the saddest.” … read more
Monday night saw the long awaited return of David Longstreth and his indie project, Dirty Projectors, to both the city of Salt Lake and to the Stage—capital “S”—as part of a promo tour for their forthcoming album, Lamp Lit Prose. … read more
Wednesday night at Metro Music Hall saw an appearance by 10-year tour vets Wye Oak, performing songs from their new album, The Louder I Call, The Faster It Runs. … read more