(L–R) Alec Stanczyk, Matt Baird, Riachle Child and Jaxon Harrop push boundaries by providing as one of the only heavy-music instrumental bands in Utah. Photo: Lmsorenson.net
(L–R) Martin Theisen, Sean Dugger, Camron Sherwood and Bobby Doyle have been in the hardcore scene since the ’90s, shredding hearts and eardrums. Photo: Jessica Bundy
The Poppees were born out of the withering petals of The Artificial Flower Company and blossomed as a band refreshed, renewed but familiar to the senses. (L–R) Cody Rigby, Moo Rudolph, Sully Swoboda, Andres Mitchell and Michael Cuenco. Photo: Matthew Hunter
(L–R) Wren Kennedy, Samantha Dickens, Denney Fuller, Ian Francis and Conor Flynn. Photo: Matthew Hunter
Thalia Condo. Photo: LmSorenson.net
Michelle Moonshine & Co. Photo: LmSorenson.net
(L–R) Alan Orellana, Nahum Reyes and Fernando Garcia of Lord Vox offer up “mystical rock” to enlighten music fans in Salt Lake and beyond.
(L–R) Nicholas Allen, Chris Fallo and Marz Samuel Leizureman carefully orchestrate a range of hardcore and psychedelic sound as Mortigi Tempo.
(L–R) Low End Lucy, The Rock Princess and Mat Benatar, styled by Kelsee Tia and Christie Sorenson with Black Trident Design. Shot at Lake Effect. Photo: LmSorenson.net
(L–R) Robin Brown, Mike Walton, Bill Frost and Angela Mize serve up heavy, hyperaggressive rock n’ roll as Magda-Vega. Pictured here at Coachmans Dinner & Pancake House. Photo: John Barkiple