By Kia McGinnis [Posted April 2, 2015]
It’s not unusual for a group of teenagers to spend long stretches of time in their parents’ basement, eating ramen noodles and staring at some sort of a screen while vaguely recognizable jams bump in the background. Generally, these hangouts don’t equate to much other than high scores on Mario Kart, but Dine Krew took their adolescent experiments and ideas and painted that shit gold, so to speak. … read more
By Mike Riedel [Posted April 2, 2015]
It used to be that Utah was a beer wasteland. For decades, it was impossible to get your hands on quality beers that were made outside of the state. This all changed in 2010 when Utah’s lawmakers created a variance that would allow beer distributors to store the beer and allocate all of that precious state warehouse space for liquor and wine.
By Christian Schultz [Posted April 2, 2015]
Under the direction of Mike Sniper, Captured Tracks has grown from a small, independent music label based in Brooklyn to a sonically diverse, aesthetically vibrant vision for the state of millennial music. Today, with a full roster, Sniper has his sights on an even more expansive assembly of sounds with label group Omnian Music Group.
By Mariah Mann Mellus [Posted April 2, 2015]
With art being conceived daily, it’s difficult for even the most versed art experts to process it as it emerges. Luckily for us eager art patrons, we have Gallery Stroll, an evening dedicated to the latest work emerging in the scene.