On this week’s episode we gear up for Craft Lake City with a look at bands and artisans involved in this year’s event. SLUG designer Maggie Zukowski sits down with jewelry artist Annika DiMeo to talk about her work; our fearless leader JP chats in-studio with Rebecca Vernon and Sarah Pendleton from SubRosa, and SLUG writer Thomas Winkley interviews Tim Anderson from The Transistor and Make:SLC about the group and their workspace. Plus, music from SubRosa as well as alternative rockers Your Meteor. What are some of your favorite places in town that serve small plate foods? Tell us about your favorite spot for an upcoming Yelp segment! Call our automated voicemail line at 858-233-9324 and tell us your thoughts. You may get played on the show!

Host: JP
Executive Producer: Angela H. Brown
Lead Producer: Gavin Sheehan
Associate Producers: Ricky Vigil, Esther Meroño, ALexander Ortega, JP
Theme Song by Birthquake
Theme Producer: Jesse Ellis
Art Design & Logo: Thy Doan
Technical Designer: Kate O’Connor

Interviewers: JP, Henry Glasheen
Music This Episode: Joshua Payne Orchestra, SubRosa, Your Meteor, OK Ikumi

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Episode #344 – Pillars

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Episode #342 – PETR Chubak

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