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Cavetown performing at the Great Saltair. (Photo by Josi Hinds | Daily Utah Chronicle)

The Unique Sounds of Cavetown’s ‘Bittersweet Daze’ Tour

By Josi Hinds, Arts Writer August 4, 2023

  Cavetown’s “Bittersweet Daze” tour recently made its way to Utah, playing the night of July 25 at the Great Saltair. Joining Cavetown were openers mxmtoon and Ricky Montgomery. Together,...

(Courtesy of Transgressive Records)

Arlo Parks ‘My Soft Machine’ is Lyrically Rich but Only an Elusive Step Forward

By Arlo Marler July 4, 2023

  Coming off the heels of Grammy-nominated "Collapsed in Sunbeams" Arlo Parks' debut album from 2021, her sophomore release "My Soft Machine" is an expanded and poetry-rich step forward for Parks,...

Melanie Martinez performs MILK OF THE SIREN at Sandy Amphitheater (Photo by Audrey Hall | Daily Utah Chronicle)

Melanie Martinez Transports Audience To Another World in ‘Portals’ Tour

By Audrey Hall, Arts Writer June 6, 2023

  Singer-songwriter Melanie Martinez has begun a nationwide tour of her latest album, "Portals," which will take her to 27 cities across the U.S. The tour started in Denver, Colorado, but the second...

36th Annual Twilight Concert Series, presented by the Salt Lake City Arts Council

The Twilight Concert Series Returns for Its 36th Year

By Grier Abercrombie, Arts Writer May 1, 2023

  The Salt Lake City Arts Council is presenting the 2023 Twilight Concert Series for its 36th year, with an impressive lineup of artists including Death Cab for Cutie, Lord Huron, The Head and...

Caroline Polachek Performs at Londons Roundhouse

Caroline Polachek’s ‘Desire, I Want To Turn Into You’ is a Stylistic Masterpiece

By Audrey Hall, Arts Writer February 20, 2023

  On Feb. 14, Caroline Polachek released her latest album, “Desire, I Want To Turn Into You.” Polachek started her music career in 2005 in a duo named “Chairlift” with Aaron Pfenning, but...

live music performance

Rising Stars Mxmtoon and Chloe Moriondo Take to The Complex

By Alfonso Belloso, Arts Writer June 2, 2022

  Bedroom pop singer-songwriter Maia, professionally known as mxmtoon is on tour to celebrate the release of her newest album “rising.” The artist bears all and creates an environment of vulnerability...

Globe Hall in Denver, CO. (Courtesy Adam Larkey Photography)

Matt Maltese and Girlpuppy at Denver’s Globe Hall

By Whit Fuller, Arts Writer April 17, 2022

  When British indie musician Matt Maltese announced his 2022 tour dates with no stops in Salt Lake City, despite having sung on Etta Marcus’s song of the same name, it became clear that the...

Philadelphia indie-rock trio the Districts (Photo via Chromatic PR)

The Districts Bring Politics and Acid Trips to ‘Great American Painting’  

By Nicoline West, Arts Writer April 16, 2022

  Philadelphia-based indie-rock trio The Districts released their fifth LP "Great American Painting" via Fat Possum Records on March 11.  The album is preceded by 2020’s "You Know I’m Not...

An artist performs at Kilby Court in Salt Lake City on Feb. 23, 2022. (Photo by Xiangyao Axe Tang | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

S&S Presents Director on Kilby Block Party 3 and the Blossoming of SLC’s Music Scene

By Nicoline West, Arts Writer April 2, 2022

  Salt Lake City’s Kilby Court has been an essential node in Utah’s music scene for over two decades now. The beloved garage has hosted handfuls of household names, including Doja Cat and Mac...

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...

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