Beginning to See the Light
Six shows to banish the winter darkness
Around Burque in 30 days with Caterwaul
Saying that Alibi columnist Derek Caterwaul sees a lot of live music would be a major understatement. If he isn’t DJing on KUNM or sorting through his massive archive of obscure A/V and ephemera, it’s a pretty safe bet he’s at a show. In this month’s installment of MAXIMUMCATERWAUL, he shares a quick and dirty overview of 10 shows he caught in March. ... right here in our quirky, beloved burg. Peep related A/V below.
10 shows in 30 days in 500 words
Sonic reductions of Foxygen, Widowspeak and Gusher
Music writers Derek Caterwaul and M. Brianna Stallings listened to new releases from Foxygen, Widowspeak and Gusher. Read what these two hardcore audiophiles have to say about We Are the 21st Century Ambassadors of Peace & Magic, Almanac and “No. 5” in this week’s Sonic Reducer. Peruse related A/V below.
Uke-punk thrashes Burque
Jessica Davis is a woman on a mission: to lay down righteous riffs on her e-uke and explore America. Learn more about her solo project, S.L.F.M., in SLC Songstress Punks Up the Uke. Listen to the two latest S.L.F.M. samplers below. Synchro Studio • S.L.F.M. • Austin Morrell and the Alchemists • Tapered • The Imperial Rooster • Sat Dec 1 • 8 pm • $7 • ALL-AGES!
SLC Songstress Punks Up the Uke
Jessica Davis on code and categories
Music to Your Ears
The Scrams Are Dead
Flyer on the Wall
You Can Have It All
On Saturday, July 30, Small Engine (1413 Fourth Street SW) hosts another cool show with an attractive flyer to accompany it. Kevin Greenspon and Ancient Crux from L.A. play with locals Dripping Rainbow and Gusher. Five dollars / 8:30 p.m. Some are predicting this to be a “serious-ass” event. (Jessica Cassyle Carr)