This past Tuesday evening, SLC had the pleasure of welcoming Sleater-Kinney, along with hip-hop opener Lizzo, at The Depot for the Riot grrl trio’s first tour in nearly a decade. … read more
On Sunday, January 25th, 2015 Urban Lounge in downtown Salt Lake City hosted The Relationship (ft. Brian Bell of Weezer) and opening act Desert Noises. The night was supplimented by Nix Beat, who provided a star-studded, glam rock DJ set. … read more
The crowd huddled together Saturday, Jan. 10, as they watched the winners of SLUG Games: Battle at Basin Presented by Ken Garff Fiat—SLUG’s 15th Annual Snowboard and Ski competition at Snowbasin Resort—get crowned and receive their awesome prizes.
Spilt Ink has been rapidly taking over the screen-printing scene in Utah—their success has resulted in their recent relocation to make room for expansions. With all the expansions Spilt Ink has undergone in the past year, Jeremy Conder believes that the integrity of the operation is something that will never be sacrificed.
There is a good deal of music that tries to transcend traditional elements in order to breathe life into a genre that has become set in its ways. None do it better than MOTUS—Musicians of the Utah Symphony.
This month’s Localized will leave you swooning under Cupid’s spell with some seriously magical ladies. Opening the night will be Officer Jenny. Valerie Rose Sterrett and Bellrave will both be gracing the stage with their beauty and some goth/pop glamour. Bring your babe down to Urban Lounge this Valentine’s Day at 9 p.m., help support Uinta Brewing Co., KRCL 90.9FM and Spilt Ink SLC, and share in the love fest for just $5.
Kirk is a great guy to visit and be around, and I am really glad that he is recovering well. I’m glad to have him around to be “peddlin’ evil.” I look forward to see him doing it for years to come! Hopefully, we can pay back Kevin’s generous and hospitable nature by bringing the noise and raising some money for a true SLC icon. Cheers!
There are quite a few similarities in the performance and music of classical pieces and heavy metal: the drama, complex songwriting, wide range of instrument use and epic subject matter, to name a few. Surprisingly, even the live classical scene itself has, at times, resembled the familiar passion of a metal show.