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
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
Apathy and Celph Titled are a couple of cool characters with the voices like the Rat Pack combined with the hungriest east coast battle rappers. … 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
Known for big, sprawling and beautiful bridges, Sunday’s set was a solid, albeit quick, sampling of Yeasayer’s weird and wonderful world. … read more
The goal with Absent is changing the mold. Because each member has different musical tastes, the band comes together and thrives off of the variety. … read more
With Liar’s Tongue, there’s something for all heavy-music fans, as they grow and diversify the local hardcore landscape with their developing sound. … read more
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