Mike Brown has decided to take on the role of your local underground analyst and give you some more season predictions for the 2016–2017 Utah Jazz season. … read more
I spent a brief period of my work career in the trenches of a restaurant kitchen—not cooking, of course, as you will learn that I suck tremendously at morphing ingredients into edible contents. Alas, I basically only learned one thing from these experiences—that there are only two kinds of cooks in the kitchen: the happy chef and the angry chef. … read more
“Look at that moon!” says Eli Morrison, pointing up to the luminous body in the sky as I am about to enter the Man Vs. Music studio to interview him and his latest project, The Moths, about their impending release, titled Necromancy: Rock & Roll. It’s the smallest full moon of the year, yet seemingly immense in its implications, its portents, its power: evoking the elusive, mysteriously potent subjects of the sounds produced within these walls.
Anytime I need anything done regarding technology, I rely on my close friend, Jon Larsen. Whether it’s pirating software for my stupid Mac or just help figuring out my remote control, his vast knowledge of wires and everything electronic comes in handy. I thought that he would be the perfect guy to interview about technology. … read more