By Kamryn Feigel [Posted August 15, 2016]
Tori Loke is a bi-structured creature who flawlessly represents both ends of the gender spectrum of drag. She’s beautiful—long and strong, boasting a smile and a gentle aura. I’m instantly intrigued by how captivating her look is. It almost perfectly reflects the blend of femininity and masculinity that exudes from her as she opens up about herself and her art. … read more
By Kamryn Feigel [Posted March 25, 2016]
Kenneth Leon is a multi-faceted artist best known for his imaginative visual photography and performance art. His Barbie photography has immersed him in a community of doll lovers and, in that world, he is in total control. … read more
By Kamryn Feigel [Posted January 4, 2016]
Once introduced to The Bad Kids, Lex couldn’t help but identify with their teachings that encourage people to embrace their personal preferences regardless of gender. ““I feel like [they] are one of the things going on right now that’s teaching people to mess with gender a bit more,” he says. … read more
By Christian Schultz [Posted December 19, 2013]
Out of the crop of RuPaul’s Drag Race contestants that Metro Bar has hosted in this post-Pride season—including Manila Luzon, Honey Mahogany and JuJuBee— Sharon Needles is most certainly the Baddest. … read more
[Posted October 28, 2013]
This week on Episode 121 of Soundwaves From The Underground!
• Cartel Fenice, part of the flamboyant and fabulous Bad Kids, lets us in on what this troupe of queens is all about. This group of art and theatre majors take your average drag show and turn it on its head, spinning it into a full blown party production.
• Abiogene is a progressive metal band that formed in 2012, comprising of members who hail not only from good ol’ SLC but also from the sun soaked city of San Diego. The band spent most of last year recording their debut album, which we give you a taste of on this week’s episode.
• To close out this week of Soundwaves, Mike Riedel recounts Utah’s winners at the Great American Beer Festival, lets us know what beers are worth a damn this fall/winter and teases us with info about a new beer bar opening downtown.