An acronym for Salt Lake UnderGround: SLUG Mag amplifies Salt Lake City’s thriving alternative and underrepresented subcultures with thoughtful media coverage and exclusive event curation.
Breakfast in Silence’s genre is a mixture of indie rock and soul punk. Ash Bassett explains that “soul punk” means they’re basically an emo band. … read more
Folk musician Tayler Lacey is a 100% independent artist who will be performing at SLUG’s localized showcase in early December. … read more
You could stake the claim that Voidsmen are strictly a metal band, but you would only have one finger on the pulse of what the band is about. … read more
Together Forever are currently working on a new album—one they anticipate will be a departure from their debut, I DO, in both sound and process. … read more
Alexander Ortega has played in an array of bands over the years, but his current solo project is arguably his most adventurous yet. … read more
With a close-knit, nearly familial atmosphere between them, Muzzle Tung craft a singular brand of pop music that’s both strange and inviting. … read more
Durian Durian’s trajectory has been only upward. As the dance element has strengthened in cohesion, so has the music become more succinct and focused. … read more
Jazz Jags are mostly interested in discussing their ideas and hopes concerning the local music scene and their commitment to support the underground. … read more
It’s rare to find band members who can be at the same speed, but it seems that everyone in Umbels enjoy the same reasons for being in the band. … read more
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Vocalist Jared Asplund and bassist Elowyn LaPointe were led down a path of synth-heavy music and dystopian storytelling to form Martian Cult. … read more
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