(L–R) Nick Harris, Alexander Ortega and Camilo Torres incorporate idiomatic elements into their music, such as throat-singing.
Top (L–R) Paul Whisman, Dyana Durfee, Bottom (L–R) Geoffrey Leonard, Karley Parker.
"Durian Durian’s trajectory has been only upward. As the dance element has strengthened in cohesion, so has the music become more succinct and focused."
(L–R) David Payne, Halle Jean and Nora Price of Jazz Jags.
As a Japanese-Venezuelan solo singer and producer, Marina Marqueza strives to represent intersectionality through their music.
Anthony Peña leads June Pastel to create a unified eclectic sound though a group of musicians that come from a range different genres.
(L–R) Aaron Michael Hendrix, Paul Zuniga and Bennett Geilmann enjoy making noise and sharing noise.
(L–R) Peter LaBarge, Sir Quincy of the Highland, Paul Zuniga, Benton Wood and Cole Eisenhour come from Ogden to show Utah and beyond their “damn good pop.”