L–R) Blair Draper, Derek Clark, Justin Richardson, Elowyn LaPointe and Jared Asplund wax and wane their music styles through Martian Cult to provide a unique sound. Photo: LmSorenson.net
(L–R) Greyden Benz, Hugo Molina, Andy Steele and Braden Tipton change up their set every time they play, making each performance unique. Photo: LmSorenson.net
Malev creates music with the intention to connect with others through it.
(L–R) Clësh and Earthworm have found a stable ground for musical creativity in Ogden, Utah and with each other. Photo: John Barkiple
(L–R) Tut Lopez, Alex Lopez and Summer Sigritz form their ambient music in Savage Daughters to express their deepest feelings. Photo: Matthew Hunter
(L–R) Tommy Fraser, Chuck Pak, Zach Dansie, Kale Morse and Ryan Tuttle combine their skills to share musical expression through explosive sounds in Sonnets. Photo: Matthew Hunter
(L–R) Alec Stanczyk, Matt Baird, Riachle Child and Jaxon Harrop push boundaries by providing as one of the only heavy-music instrumental bands in Utah. Photo: Lmsorenson.net
(L–R) Martin Theisen, Sean Dugger, Camron Sherwood and Bobby Doyle have been in the hardcore scene since the ’90s, shredding hearts and eardrums. Photo: Jessica Bundy
The Poppees were born out of the withering petals of The Artificial Flower Company and blossomed as a band refreshed, renewed but familiar to the senses. (L–R) Cody Rigby, Moo Rudolph, Sully Swoboda, Andres Mitchell and Michael Cuenco. Photo: Matthew Hunter
(L–R) Wren Kennedy, Samantha Dickens, Denney Fuller, Ian Francis and Conor Flynn. Photo: Matthew Hunter