With Ischa B. filling in for Dan Nailen this week, this is what’s in store for episode 124 of Soundwaves From The Underground.

– Sketch Sunday brings local artists and the community together in a social setting to watch the creative process take place and celebrate different forms of art and techniques found in Salt Lake City.

– La Verkin formed back in late 2012 and since then have been making noise and not giving a fuck. Earlier this year the band released their debut EP, Judge The Judger.

– You can take your Veggie Delite and shove it. Jeff from Yelp gives us the mouthwatering lowdown on just about every deli that’s worth a damn in the valley.

– Joshua James is a master of slow-paced folk jams, releasing music every year since 2006. His dreamy voice and beautiful music can be all you need to carry you somewhere else for a little while.

– Adopt A Native Elder provides food, clothing, medicine, fabrics and other materials to aging Native Americans in Southern Utah and Northern Arizona, so that they may comfortably live out the rest of their days in ways that are still considered to be traditional by their people.

Host: Ischa B.
Executive Producer: Angela H. Brown
Lead Producer: Gavin Sheehan
Associate Producers: Esther Meroño, Alexander Ortega, Dan Nailen
Theme Song by Lindsay Heath & Mike Sassich
Art Design & Logo: Thy Doan
Technical Designer: Kate Colgan

Interviewers: Rheanna Sorrenichen, Gavin Sheehan, Amanda Rock
Music This Episode: OK Ikumi, La Verkin, Mammoth, Joshua James, Lindsay Heath

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Episode #347 – Bijuu

Episode #347 – Bijuu

Bijuu started making beats in large part as a way to cope with the noise in his head. … read more

Episode #346 – MCKC

Episode #346 – MCKC

MCKC processes the thoughts and feelings he can’t bring himself to say plainly through his eponymous personal project.. … read more

Episode #345 – Sunhills

Episode #345 – Sunhills

Once skeptical of others’ ability to understand him, Drew Kaluna learned that he could lean on others—that being vulnerable would make him, and Sunhills, better.   … read more

Episode #344 – Pillars

Episode #344 – Pillars

While quarantine has given B Zitting the opportunity to focus on a more experimental, production-focused EP, their bandmate Ryan Collenburg is integral to Pillars’ aesthetic and sound. The band is currently working on two EPs in tandem, and both express an evolving facet of the band.  … read more

Episode #343 – Martian Textilez

Episode #343 – Martian Textilez

Over the last decade Martian Textilez has been working on himself. From relationships to friendships to his own sense of masculinity, Textilez’ sees opportunity for growth in almost everything.  … read more

Episode #342 – PETR Chubak

Episode #342 – PETR Chubak

After years spent in his last project angrily expressing his relationship to depression, bipolar, anxiety and suicide, Teague Chubak realized he was only reinforcing the feelings he was trying to recover from. PETR Chubak became Chubak’s new avenue for tackling these topics, now through a lens of positivity and a desire to be understood rather than merely heard.   … read more