Del Mar Al Lago: Bringing the Beach to the Beehive

Del Mar Al Lago: Bringing the Beach to the Beehive
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Despite the cold weather that plagues the  Wasatch Front during the beginning of spring, a trip to South Salt Lake’s Del Mar al Lago is a great way to speed up the seasonal transition—or at least fool yourself into thinking that summer has come early. … read more

Upright Piano Fuses With Man on Bike

Upright Piano Fuses With Man on Bike
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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

DVD Reviews

DVD Reviews

DVD reviews for  D.O.A.: To Hell N’ Back, Doctor Who: The Time Of The Doctor, Dragon City: Puk Rock In China, Forward 13: Waking Up The American Dream, Metallica: Through The Never, Mystery Science Theatre 3000: Volume XXIX, Trancendence, Veep: The Complete Second Season and The Venure Bros.: Season Five. … read more

Product Reviews

Product Reviews

Product reviews for Critical Cycles, NotStock, Polaroid, Tego Audio and City Bag. … read more

 
 
Crucial Infestation: Crucial Fest 4

Crucial Infestation: Crucial Fest 4

SLUG asked Gaytheist, Kowloon Walled City and Call Of The Void about their sounds, their tours, and their upcoming CrucialFest performances, and probed CrucialFest Head Festival Organizer Jarom Bischoff about the nature of this year’s CrucialFest. … read more

Video Game Reviews

Video Game Reviews

Video game reviews for Bioshock Infinite: Burial At Sea Episode Two, Castlevania: Lords Of Shadow 2, Dark Souls II, Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD, Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare, South Park: The Stick Of Truth, Strider, Tales Of Symponia Chronicles, Titanfall, Towerfall: Ascension, The Walking Dead: Season 2 Episode 2 and Yoshi’s New Island. … read more

Localized: Famous Relatives and Conquer Monster

Localized: Famous Relatives and Conquer Monster
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Utah is home to a sea of great talent in just about any electronic subgenre. This month’s Localized show on May 10 will provide a wide and refreshing variety of electronic music. Starting at 9 p.m. for just $5, the show at Urban Lounge will feature a few aesthetically pleasing electronic acts. Ischa B. will emcee the show, which starts with the haunting, space-like sounds of Mkaio before heading into the relaxed yet energetic live instrumental set provided by Famous Relatives with a backing band. The night will end with the glitchy, homemade 8-bit sounds of Conquer Monster, Salt Lake’s favorite chiptune group. The show is 21+ and sponsored by Budweiser, Spilt Ink and KRCL 90.9 FM.  … read more

Book Reviews

Book Reviews

Book reviews for Archer Coe, City In The Desert Vol. 2, Duesel Sweeties Vol. 2, It, Metallica: The Complete Illustrated History, Sugar House Review #9, Theories Of Forgetting and [[there.]]. … read more

Bike Prom: Going Tandem

Bike Prom: Going Tandem
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The aromatic month of May is once again dedicated completely to our city’s most sustainable form of transportation: cycling. The Salt Lake City Bicycle Collective is holding their fourth annual Bike Prom at Pierpont Place on May 10 at 8 p.m. after an open invitation ride around the city. I sat down with this year’s organizer, Jace Burbidge, and discussed the ins and outs of what this event is all about.  … read more

Beer Reviews

Beer Reviews
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Believe it or not, India pale ales (IPAs) are still a relatively new beer style. Yeah, technically they’ve been around since the 19th century, but the modern incarnation of America’s favorite craft beer style is only about 30 years old. In the old days, IPAs were a necessity, not a style. … read more