SLUG Skate Photo Feature: Isaiah Beh

SLUG Skate Photo Feature: Isaiah Beh
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Isaiah has been around the Salt Lake skate scene for a long time. He won’t remember this, but I first saw him skate in person one night in 2003 … … read more

SLUG Snow Photo Feature: Mikey LeBlanc

SLUG Snow Photo Feature: Mikey LeBlanc
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In this day and age of stunt snowboarding, nothing is more refreshing than a day at the Rail Gardens with Mikey LeBlanc. … read more

December 2014 Local Music Reviews

December 2014 Local Music Reviews

Local music reviews for Andy Vigilante, Christopher Alvarado, The Cotton Pinies, Grizzly Spectre, Hel Audio, Herban Empire and New City Sky. … read more

Contributor Limelight: Courtney Blair

Contributor Limelight: Courtney Blair

Courtney Blair is the brains behind our December “Top 5” cover, and a beloved SLUG alum whose name readers may recognize from her KRCL Saturday show, “Afternoon Delight.” … read more

December 2014 National Music Reviews

December 2014 National Music Reviews

National album reviews for Agnes Obel, Alison Moyet, Biull Burr, Co-Pilgrim, Cult Of Youth, David Lunch, Ex Cops, FF, Foo Fighters, Freaky Mind, Haunted Heads, Katie Kate, Loveskills, Marianne Faithfull, Nots, Our Wild America, Pig Destroyer Primus, Sinkane, Thurston Moore, Tetema, WISH, Women’s Hour, The Mytches, Yelle and more. … read more

Product Reviews

Product Reviews

Product reviews for Blue Microphones, CLIF Bar, Crosley, Yantouch, CamelBak, Jaybird, Ultimate Ears and Zippy Dynamics. … read more

Top 5: Horseback

Top 5: Horseback
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Jenks Miller, the father behind Horseback’s latest album, Piedmont Apocrypha, has again created a twined nest of experimental sound by combining a base of seething feedback and altering levels of oozing drone. The album as a whole lifts up the listener in a cradle to help see Miller’s vision of music as a single, fluid entity with this nongenre specific album. … read more

Television Reviews

Television Reviews

Television reviews for Behaving Badly, Cartoon Network Holiday Collection, Edge Of Tomorrow, Hercules, Impractical Jokers, Into The Storm, Jersey Boys, Mystery Science Theater 3000, Poppy Ackroyd, Reno 911! and Tammy. … read more

Top 5: Foster Body

Top 5: Foster Body
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Foster Body’s debut album, Landscapes, which was released on cassette and digitally in March, captures the Salt Lake City–based, punk combo at a brilliant moment of process—merging strong aesthetic sentiment and live performance practice into a compelling vision for contemporary noise-punk. With eight tracks lashing across the album’s 20-minute duration, Landscapes is a quick yet thrilling listen. … read more

Top 5: Ered Wethrin

Top 5: Ered Wethrin
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Just like the epic themes of fantasy and esoteric mysticism that inspired Ered Wethrin’s lyrics, Tides of War takes its time unfolding a vast and enchanting audial world. From the Glen Cook–inspired “Bloody Annals and Brooding Skies” to the Steven Erikson tribute in “Requiem for the Fallen,” Sven Smith’s solo recordings recall the stoic and battle-hardened tales of lesser-known fantasy realms. … read more