September 22nd wasn’t Michelle Zauner’s first visit to Salt Lake, or even her first time performing at Kilby Court. Far from it, actually. Taking the stage to a sold-out crowd, her performance as Japanese Breakfast on the modest and dimly lit Kilby Court stage was everything one could want or expect from a band as young as them.
The fate of SLC Twilight was uncertain after last year, but the concert series lived on in 2018 with five nights of music featuring artists with huge draw like Snoop Dogg and Robert Delong as well local acts and niche indie groups filling out the lineup. Shown here is work from three diverse installments of the series featuring Moon Taxi, King Princess, and Diplo.
Dream Pop is having a bit of a moment, and at the helm are indie rock icons and dream pop pioneers Beach House, who played to a sold out crowd at The Depot.
Now, Now’s performance on Friday, August 3 had a little bit of everything: angsty, emo-pop lyrics, electronic dance beats, loud, distorted guitars, yelling, crying, laughing. It was, in every sense of the phrase, a rollercoaster of emotion.
Wednesday night at Metro Music Hall saw an appearance by 10-year tour vets Wye Oak, performing songs from their new album, The Louder I Call, The Faster It Runs.
Coming off the release of their critically acclaimed 10th studio album, Critical Equation, earlier this year, Dr. Dog stopped off at The Depot as a part of their album support tour courtesy of the fine folks at KRCL.
Her first show after a two-week tour break, Phoebe Bridgers played to a sold-out crowd at Kilby Court on Wednesday night.
Lucy Dacus' Friday night show at The Urban Lounge didn’t quite make it to sold out status but it was certainly no small affair, packing the house full of a few hundred of SLC’s most devoted Dacus fans.