By Brian Udall [Posted September 18, 2015]
A shimmering ambiance hovers over my memory of Beachmen’s second album release show, bathing the whole experience in orange and bronze. I see guitar pedals and muffled drums from five feet away. We’re in an intimate venue where the crowd is full at six rows deep, filling the entire place up by the time the … read more
By Nick Kuzmack [Posted July 2, 2015]
Photos: Gilbert Cisneros On July 5, Diabolical Records celebrates its second-year anniversary. Their existence in Salt Lake City has made a remarkable impact on the music scene—both as a record shop and the hottest new all-ages music venue. Diabolical Records first opened its doors at Granary Row in 2013 and quickly attracted a following, and after … read more
By Alexander Ortega, Christian Schultz, Gavin Sheehan, Henry Glasheen [Posted June 4, 2015]
SLUG’s Death By Salt V release parties happen June 12 and 13 Urban Lounge and Diabolical Records, respectively. The record features some of the best garage and psych that Utah has to offer, and we reviewed each track of this compilation in the liner notes.
By Erin Moore [Posted April 14, 2015]
It’s 7:50 at Diabolical Records, and the wide, fluorescent-lit spaces between the record racks and the walls stretches out before me, filled only by the scanty clatter of setup—empty. Not 20 minutes later, though, suddenly everything’s buzzy—full, clamoring and ready to go. … read more