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Love Song For The Haters promo. (Courtesy Fleece YouTube)

Fleece’s ‘Stunning and Atrocious’ is a Dreamy, Dynamic Album

By Whit Fuller, Arts Writer August 19, 2021

  Montreal outfit Fleece will release their third album "Stunning and Atrocious" on Aug. 20. The record sees the band fully step into their new lineup, consisting of founding members Matt Rogers...

Crying in H Mart book cover. (Courtesy Michelle Zauner)

Memoir ‘Crying in H Mart’ Soon to Have Audiences Crying in Theaters

By Avery Greig, Arts Writer August 9, 2021

  Michelle Zauner, better known as shoegaze-pop artist Japanese Breakfast, made a leap from songwriting to publishing with the release of her personal memoir "Crying in H Mart." What started as...

Mat Kearneys January Flower album cover. (Courtesy Tyler Soucy)

Mat Kearney Brings New Album ‘January Flower’ to Red Butte Gardens

By Paige Gardner, Assistant Arts Editor August 1, 2021

  Multi-platinum singer, songwriter and producer Mat Kearney is headed to Red Butte Gardens for a concert this week showcasing his latest album release, "January Flower." The album was initially...

Ryan Caraveos Northend Sweetheart cover art. (Courtesy of Ryan Caraveo)

Ryan Caraveo’s ‘Northend Sweetheart’ Perfect For End-of-Summer Listening

By Luke Jackson, Arts Writer July 29, 2021

  I was driving home from Park City, basking in the pinkish hue of an uncharacteristically beautiful Salt Lake City sunset with the sounds of Ryan Caraveo's lyrical single "Ricochet" bouncing...

Headshot of Donna Stoering at piano

Piano Prodigy and Philanthropist Donna Stoering Moves to Salt Lake City

By Heather Graham, Assistant Copy Chief, Arts Writer July 27, 2021

  For Donna Stoering, music has always been part of the rhythm of her soul. Her impressive resume boasts a variety of accomplishments in music, from teaching professionally at ten years old,...

Screenshot from Wolf Alices The Beach II music video. (Courtesy Wolf Alice YouTube)

A Painfully Artistic Dissection of Wolf Alice’s ‘Blue Weekend’ and its Visual Repertoire

By Avery Greig, Arts Writer July 23, 2021

  From eccentric cross-dressed dance competitions and medieval role-playing to exemplifying "main character energy" on public transportation, the British pop-punk band Wolf Alice had given us...

Garth Brooks First Musician to Rock New Rice-Eccles

Garth Brooks First Musician to Rock New Rice-Eccles

By Paige Gardner, Assistant Arts Editor July 18, 2021

  This weekend, the University of Utah’s Rice-Eccles Stadium played host to legendary country music star Garth Brooks. The concert was a huge success and the chart-topping solo artist had no...

Scaled and Icy Promo Image. (Courtesy @twentyonepilots on Twitter)

Twenty One Pilots Showcase Stunning Style with ‘Scaled and Icy’

By Whit Fuller, Arts Writer July 9, 2021

  Twenty One Pilots has gained popularity in recent years thanks to the innovative and genre-bending style of their music. The alternative music duo gained traction in 2015 with the release of...

Lorde Returns to Music with ‘Solar Power’

By India Bown, Arts Writer June 26, 2021

  New Zealand-based singer-songwriter Lorde made a comeback this summer, four years after the release her second and most recent album “Melodrama," with the release of single "Solar Power" and...

Gibson SG guitar against an amplifier. (Courtesy Eric Openshaw)

Music Movie Round-Up: Films You Don’t Want to Miss

By Heather Graham, Assistant Copy Chief, Arts Writer June 9, 2021

  In his book "High Fidelity," author Nick Hornby wrote, “What came first, the music or the misery?” as his hopelessly romantic protagonist, record store owner Rob, revisited his failed relationships...