CLC Band: The Mooks

Posted August 3, 2011 in Photos,
SLUG Magazine | Salt Lake UnderGround Magazine
Issue 363 – March 2019 cover art

march Issue

ABOUT THE COVER: Contemporary art bubbles up all around us. The collage of murals on the cover represent an urgency for art to elevate us on an immediate community level. See our story about the murals that have sprouted up in SLC’s Granary District and in South Salt Lake, and find more information about the art at and

Ex Hex | It's Real | Merge
Photo: @Clancycoop
Candlemass | The Door to Doom | Napalm
The Coathangers | The Devil You Know |Suicide Squeeze Records
Photo: Jeff Forney
(L–R) Derek Dyer and Renya Nelson have spearheaded efforts to add murals by local and national artists alike to the walls of Salt Lake City— bringing color and community to the forefront of South Salt Lake and the Granary District. Mural: Renya Nelson, Cody Comrie. Photos By John Barkiple
Kaio Hardman – Frontside Boardslide – Millcreek, Utah Photo by CJ Anderson
Director/set designer David Brothers has based his upcoming fi lm, What a Show Show, on ‘70s game shows, their colorful stages and the hysteria that they engender. Photo: Matthew Hunter
Gregg Deal will perform a piece at Transcontinental: People, Place, Impact at the Rio Gallery on April 19, which addresses “the impact of Western expansion on Native land and identity.” Photo: Gregg Deal
Using the history, geology and visual appeal of the Southern Utah arches, Wischer has design a multi-media exhibit to heighten the magic the arches are capable of creating. Photos courtesy of Wendy Wischer
Horacio Rodriguez digitally scans Mesoamerican sculptures, resizes them for a 3D print that he uses for a cast, then creates his rendition on which he prints decals.
Sam Taxwood – Frontside 3 – Brighton Resort Backcountry, Utah Photo by Jack Dawe
Photo: Chris Hollands
(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) Shalee Cooper and Diane Stewart work together to build Modern West into a fruitful contemporary art resource for the community. Photo: @cezaryna