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The University of Utah's Independent Student Voice

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The University of Utah's Independent Student Voice

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Aaron Dessner and Justin Vernon. (Courtesy of Graham Tolbert)

Big Red Machine’s ‘How Long is It Going to Last?’ is a Team Effort

By Megan Fisher, Arts Writer October 4, 2021

  Big Red Machine’s sophomore album “How Long is It Going to Last?” feels like sitting around a campfire and listening to friends play music. It’s an intimate, wistful album that underneath...

Local art at Treefort in Boise, Idaho, 2021. (Photo by Paige Gardner | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

Treefort Music Festival Rocks On with Strict Pandemic Guidelines

By Paige Gardner, Assistant Arts Editor September 24, 2021

  After more than a year of waiting, Treefort Music Festival is finally back on in Boise, Idaho. With firm pandemic restrictions as hospitals in Idaho become increasingly overwhelmed due to rising...

Screenshot from Everybodys Talking About Jamie Trailer. (Courtesy 20th Century Studios)

‘Everybody’s Talking About Jamie’ a Movie Musical Spectacle

By Hannah Keating, Arts Editor September 18, 2021

  "Everybody’s Talking About Jamie," the newest release from Amazon Prime Video, is a screen adaptation of a musical of the same name, based on a BBC documentary centered around Jamie Campbell,...

The White Lotus: Official Trailer. (Courtesy of HBO Maxs YouTube)

‘The White Lotus’ Offers Audiences Eerie and Emotional Suspense

By Lee Kedem, Arts Writer September 7, 2021

  "The White Lotus" writer, director and creator Mike White masterminded an eerie, suspenseful tale of a vacation gone wrong in the first season of the new HBO Max series. He put together a...

Linkin Park during their performance at Hollywood Bowl, LA California. (Courtesy Wikimedia Commons)

What Happens When Bands Change Their Sounds?

By Whit Fuller, Arts Writer September 5, 2021

  Musicians are often defined by their musical aesthetics. It’s rare to find a band that doesn’t conform to a specific genre or style. That may be the reason why bands that change their...

(Graphic by Cyan Larson | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

A Year in Review and a Look at What’s Next for Arts at the U

By Paige Gardner and Hannah Keating September 5, 2021

  The University of Utah’s College of Fine Arts departments have had a year unlike any other. The COVID-19 pandemic challenged students in arts departments at the U to pursue traditionally in-person...

(Courtesy of Still Woozy)

Still Woozy’s Debut Album Is Everything You Could Ever Want

By Luke Jackson, Arts Writer September 2, 2021

  Sven Gasmky, the Portland based artist known as Still Woozy, finally cracked the code and released his debut album “If This Isn’t Nice, I Don’t Know What Is” on Aug. 13. Not only is...

(Graphic by Sydney Stam | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

Despite Anxieties, Arts Students are Eager to Return to Campus

By Heather Graham, Assistant Copy Chief, Arts Writer September 1, 2021

  When COVID-19 changed the way we engage with the world around us, schools and universities were some of the first places in Utah to see an abrupt shift to remote settings and virtual communication....

(Graphic by Sydney Stam | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

Stigma Around Majoring in the Arts is Still a Reality

By Luke Jackson, Arts Writer August 31, 2021

  A few weeks ago, I got together with four of my oldest friends — the first time we’d sat together at a table in over a year. Much of our conversation was spent reflecting on what...

Darkroom album cover. (Courtesy Sadie Campbell)

Sadie Campbell’s ‘Darkroom’ is a Mesmerizing Embrace of the Dark

By Tervela Georgieva, Arts Writer August 28, 2021

  Singer-songwriter Sadie Campbell released her EP “Darkroom” on Aug. 27. The project sees Campbell take a departure from country-rock and step into a new genre-bending, box-defying space....