We now have an unparalleled look at what the Provo music scene was like in 2015.
Call it a debut album if you’d like, but Kitfox shows in no unclear terms that this tried-and-proven band is here to stay.
A self-identified “musical activist,” Diatom is gearing up for a full length album.
Turns out, someone in this band is a convicted arsonist.
From start to finish, this pop anthem will have listeners clamoring for more.
A local band covers a rock classic.
While the band delves deeper into more uncomfortable topics, it would appear that they are only growing more comfortable as a band.
“This has been a really great exercise in letting go.”
Oddly enough, the band becomes more “experimental” with their sound when straying from the experimental lo-fi rock that listeners have come to expect.
Violettas asks the question: “Can true beauty come from the things in life that are inherently grotesque?” If The Difficult Ones is any indication, the answer is a resounding yes.