Speak Nonfiction, Bleed Nonfiction: Q and Not U Bring a Message to the People

Speak Nonfiction, Bleed Nonfiction: Q and Not U Bring a...
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I have always been a member of the music-and-politics-don’t-really-mix-because-no-one-cares-what-musicians-have-to-say-anyhow camp. Obviously, I can’t ignore the glaring exceptions to the rule. For instance, consider the reverence that Bob Marley and his

Localized: Victrola

Localized: Victrola
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Localized is a monthly showcase of local bands. This 8th of October, we bring you (although you clearly don’t deserve it) On Vibrato and Victrola. This would be a good

Localized: On Vibrato

Localized: On Vibrato
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Localized is a monthly showcase of local bands. This 8th of October, we bring you (although you clearly don’t deserve it) On Vibrato and Victrola. This would be a good

The Family that Skates Together Stays Together

The Family that Skates Together Stays Together
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I fell asleep to Schoolhouse Rocks the other night; Maybe Kim Bowerbank should get her son a copy so he can sit in front of the TV instead of annoying

 
 
Interlocking Puzzle Pieces: Jessica Something Jewish Join Together From the Farflung Corners of Utah

Interlocking Puzzle Pieces: Jessica Something Jewish Join Together From the...
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All the members of Jessica Something Jewish live in completely different areas of the state, so I can’t really sum up their location in one city. James Glines(vocals/beats) lives in

ANTiSEEN – October 2004

ANTiSEEN – October 2004
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Wait! Wait before you go forming your political views based around your favorite kiddy punk band or Punkvoter.com and its brainless communist Hot Topic army. The least you can do

Red Eyed Legends – October 2004

Red Eyed Legends – October 2004
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“We’re the red-eyed legends from the night before, the TV babies from the media war.” – The Germs. [Red Eyed Legends: “Red Eyed” doesn’t have a hypen, you grammar-purist assholes.]

Thunder and Lightning: A Late-Night Encounter with Modey Lemon

Thunder and Lightning: A Late-Night Encounter with Modey Lemon
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While Phil made a final comment, “If you like the Liars new record, then you will like our new stuff,” the three of them stepped out into the night. The

Flogging Molly

Flogging Molly
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I was assigned to interview members of Flogging Molly. I was looking forward to it; particularly the part about talking to Matt Hensley, the accordion player. I’ve hung out with

Bellydancing – October 2004

Bellydancing – October 2004
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This months’ bellydancing column is about Tamar, the director of the Giza School in SLC. [Tamar]Middle Eastern dance or belly dance, is considered to be a derivative of some of