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“I’ll acquaint you what I’ve learned/ If you baptize it/ and affliction for it/ your adulation will grow/ aloof like a rose/ and the course will absolutely turn/ … / these are ablaze days.”
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—Starmy, “Perfect Blur Surround”
In aftermost year’s Bounded Music Issue, I reflected on my adventures in the Salt Basin Burghal music amphitheatre as both a fan and announcer over the accomplished 25 years. I predicted connected growth, and that, as with all bounded music scenes, ours would become added important in the future. I abide assertive of this—except for one thing.
A assiduous complaint amid bounded musicians is that the SLC amphitheatre is blah and impenetrable, bedeviled by cronyism and adverse priorities. And because of this, some of our best bands seek added abundant amphitheatre elsewhere. In the backward ’90s and aboriginal aughts, bounded bands decamped to Portland. Today, they banishment to Austin, Nashville and New York City.
So, the catechism is: How do we absorb and advance locally developed talent? Perhaps the band-aid is a apple-pie start—to accost the amphitheatre with new eyes and ears—so that we ability acknowledge afresh its ambit and actual quality.
To that end, in this issue, we action a back-to-basics bout of some of the above music venues and admission some of the best animate musicians’ thoughts on the scene. We additionally beam a fly-on-the-wall chat amid three of SLC’s best abounding MCs as they altercate their adventures in bounded hip-hop. Burghal Account music and now dining columnist Alex Springer hops on lath and conducts a Q&A with a leash of top-of-their-game concert promoters, the behind-the-curtain wizards who book, run and accomplish shows in our clubs, theaters and arenas.
Inclusiveness is the name of the game, and in the absorption of acknowledging all aspects of the scene, Springer additionally looks at karaoke and the adventure of two bounded abandoned orchestra conductors who accept recruited, accomplished and unleashed 17 karaoke jockeys into the agrarian now amenable for 20-plus account affair nights.
So, area do we go from here? That is as ambiguous as Orrin Hatch in a rap battle. I will say that Burghal Weekly’s charge to the amphitheatre is stronger than ever. Be it on our ink-stained pages or above our agenda platforms, we’ll abide to zoom in on the big account to uncover, in detail, what’s activity on in bounded music and who are the association abaft it who accumulate it tuned. Because, if we tend to it, SLC’s amphitheatre will draft up, consistent in ablaze canicule (and tunes) for all.
—Randy Harward,Music Editor
By Randy Harward
Good evening, everyone. My name’s Randy and I’ll be your bout adviser and bus disciplinarian on the steering-wheel of steel. We’ll alpha the alpha boating of the Burghal Account All-Access Bounded Music Bout in aloof a moment. First, amuse acceleration for the august song, Frankie Smith’s “Double-Dutch Bus.”
There’s a double-dutch bus advancing bottomward the street/ Moving appealing fast/ So kinda annoyance your feet/ Get on the bus and pay your fare/ And acquaint the disciplinarian that you’re activity to a double-dutch affair!
Whoooo! That song consistently gets me pumped.
There should be a VIP swag bag beneath your seats. It contains (expired) coupons to bounded merchants, a fidget spinner, booze tickets (hope you like Pabst!), one of my acquaintance Nicole’s alarming accolade (I will acquiescently eat this if you’re a diabetic) and a respirator. Also, you’ll apprehension a nametag with your “Double Dutch Bus” name. For the continuance of the ride, you will be accepted as either Rebecca, Lolita, Veshawn, Dawn, Bilzarbra, Milzary, Bilzetty, Kilzam, Tilzommy, Tilzerrance or Bilzobby. Now, I try not to comedy favorites, but Bilzobby? That’s my man. He (or she) gets an added booze ticket.
You’ve apparently had a connected day blockage out Temple Square and Salt Basin City’s accomplished accumulating of fast-food franchises and bandage malls. Or, if you’re local, working. This is area we get to the acceptable stuff—What’s that, Bilzobby? You see alone 11 venues on the itinerary? What happened to “all access?” That’s why I like you; you’re funny. It’s alleged “All Access” because you all get to admission this bus.
One aftermost thing: I don’t accept my CDL license. So, if we get pulled over—be cool.
Our aboriginal stop is amid anon above the street. The Gallivan Centermost (239 S. Main) was the longtime home of the Twilight Concerts Series. You’ll be admiring to apperceive that, for 2018, TCS is advancing home. Every Thursday night you’ll get to watch a well-curated bill consisting of a touring amateur and one of our abundant bounded bands. Don’t worry, admirers of the Excellence in the Association chargeless concert series—those will appear on Wednesdays throughout Twilight’s summer run.
Site of Historical Significance: The Zephyr Club As we adventure to our abutting stop, booty agenda of the architecture at 301 S. West Temple. It’s the bane bark of the Zephyr Club—perhaps the greatest bounded music area the amphitheatre could still accept if it weren’t for what we call, colloquially, “some bullshit.” It’s been shuttered aback 2003.
Now, let’s analysis out The Depot (400 W. South Temple). This Animate Nation-owned club is agnate in blueprint to the Zephyr—but bigger. So are some of the touring acts that bedrock this allowance (My Morning Jacket, Sylvan Esso, Ghost). Sometimes you’ll get to see big bounded acts like Talia Keys accessible for George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic. Yes, Kilzam, it is alleged The Depot because it’s in a alternation station! Toot-toooot!
Anyone up for hitting a almanac store? In alone four years, Diabolical Annal (238 S. Edison St.) has become one of SLC’s admired almanac food and live-music venues. They accommodate a abode for bounded bands of all ages and varieties to body an admirers and advertise their records. It’s additionally a abundant abode to analysis out air-conditioned bands and see binding underground acts like Nobunny and Tatsuya Nakatani while digging through some of the best curated crates in town. Addition thing: Akin you can comedy a gig at Diabolical if you annals for their semi-annual Bandemonium, area bounded musicians and laypeople accomplish music calm in brief ad hoc bands. Dust off your tambourines and accompany the fun!
Site of Historical Significance: The Atom Area A Guy That Looked Like Jack White Jaywalked Celebrity sightings are accepted during the Sundance Blur Festival. While in bandage for a screening at the Broadway Theatre (111 E. 300 South) in 2007, I saw a man who looked aloof like the whitest bandage cantankerous the artery alone 20 anxiety from the crosswalk. WTF, right?
Just a few blocks east of actuality is addition music-friendly venue, The Urban Lounge (241 S. 500 East). The hip little allowance you see afore you is one of the bigger 21-and-up live-music clubs in town, hosting several shows a anniversary by touring and bounded acts. You’ll acquisition a little of aggregate here, including bags of hip-hop (the admired Talib Kweli, locals like Concise Kilgore and Zac Ivie), culty aberancy (Acid Mothers Temple), indie bedrock (Built to Spill), metal (The Sword) and change acts (Metalachi), forth with account themed accolade nights. Abutting aperture to the Urban is its accompaniment biz, Rye Diner & Drinks. Sartain & Saunders (the concert announcement accumulation endemic by Will Sartain and Lance Saunders that additionally owns the Metro), began booking singer-songwriters and bands backward aftermost year.
On our way out of burghal SLC, we appointment addition beneficiary to the Zephyr throne: The Accompaniment Allowance (638 S. State). This jewel is run by the aforementioned guys who accompany us the abiding summer concert alternation at Red Butte Garden. The Accompaniment Room’s affinity to the Zephyr, however, isn’t in the blueprint (there’s bags of basement and no balcony) but the programming. They book annihilation as connected as it’s good—but apprehend mainly singer-songwriters like (Margo Price, Todd Snider), jam bands (Chris Robinson Brotherhood, Mokie), bedrock bands (Fountains of Wayne, Hell’s Belles) and able animate virtuosos (Victor Wooten, Eric Johnson).
Nestled at the aback of a blocked alleyway like a live-music Narnia, amid clandestine homes endemic by acutely actual advanced people, is Kilby Court (741 S. Kilby Court)—another S&S venue. Yes, Bilzetty? No, S&S doesn’t own every area in town. Not yet, anyway. But it’s not like they’re affairs up bounded media. Besides, Kilby is special—a abode for adolescent music admirers that, by adjustment of The Man, can’t get into clubs. It gets appealing bathed in this crackerbox concert hall, but you can still apprehend appealing able-bodied while cooling off on the courtyard benches.
As we activate to accomplish our way out of burghal to analyze bounded music in added burghal genitalia of town, here’s addition …
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Site of Historical Significance: Remember the Alamo! We acclimated to alarm 843 S. Accompaniment “The Atom Area Starmy’s Mike Sartain Whizzed on an Alamo Rental Car, Which Is Kinda the Aforementioned as the Alamo Mission, Which Makes Him Kinda the Aforementioned as Ozzy.” On some nights, you can still see him galloping about town, barking at the moon, actuality an embarrassment to his apostle brother. As you ability assumption from the signage, this is absolutely an Enterprise Rent-A-Car.
Say, Milzary—you attending old. Don’t get mad; so am I. If you ache for music of the “classic” variety, Liquid Joe’s (1249 E. 3300 South), tucked abaft Harmons abreast Brickyard Plaza, is area you’ll acquisition beard metal (Enuff Z’nuff, Slaughter), old-school alarm and body (Zapp, Evelyn “Champagne” King), cover/tribute acts (’80s champions, the Spazmatics), bandage bar bands (Roger Clyne & the Peacemakers) and crazy alarming shows like Oingo Boingo Ball Party (Boingo bare Danny Elfman) and Guided by Voices. It’s additionally a breastwork for the city’s bedrock en Español scene.
Site of Historical Significance: The Atom Area Tony Holiday Sold His Body No, SLC’s accepted dejection baron did not accord up his body at the now-razed Crossroads Capital in barter for those ample harmonica and songwriting talents. He artlessly forgot his wallet at the Arby’s drive-thru. It was blitz hour, he hadn’t had breakfast or cafeteria that day, and the drivers queued abaft him were honking like assholes. Again came a abstruse drifter who offered to awning Holiday’s $8.73 bill—for a price. The moral of this story? Don’t do business aback you’re hangry. On your larboard is that actual Arby’s (4673 S. 900 East).
Dawn, I dig your belt buckle. I’ll bet you like to abscond yer boots on the weekend. The Westerner (3360 S. Redwood Road, West Valley City) is your affectionate of joint. It’s been Utah’s arch country-and-western bar for decades. Already aloft a time, they appointed touring bands, but now it’s mainly locals—like Colt.46, Rail Boondocks and Agrarian Country—playing mostly covers of country and archetypal bedrock tunes, with an aboriginal or two.
Passengers, amuse put on your respirators as we access The Abundant Saltair (12408 W. Saltair Drive, Magna). Overlooking a basin that abundantly smells like twice-baked farts, Saltair was originally a resort area abbey admiral could babysit adolescent Mormons lest they do annihilation fun. Interestingly, it austere bottomward twice. Now it hosts concerts and EDM festivals like Das Energi. It’s additionally area castigation absolutely and abiding bounded music amount Clayton Scrivner (The Rodeo Boys) met Dio.
Site of Historical Significance: The Atom Area Donny Osmond Absent His Flower As fable goes, it was a admirable day on the shores of the Abundant Salt Lake. The sun glinted off of Donny’s blinding white smile, and his preternaturally alpha animation partially eclipsed the basin stank. Again he ran into his old Sunday-school teacher, LaDerek Eliza Carlisle—and as Donny and the fam already sang, they alleged it puppy love. Although some bounded music historians altercate it was doggy-style. Oh, I assumption we’ll never know…
And that’s the aftermost stop, passengers. I appetite to acknowledge you for allotment the Burghal Account All-Access Bounded Music Tour. We apperceive you accept a best in—aw, damn, we’re out of gas. And the administration at CW beatific a argument adage I’m way over account on this accord and to apprehend no added funding.
I advance we all move bottomward to the lower accouter for the night. You don’t wanna beddy-bye beneath the stars with all these seagulls. We should additionally ataxia calm for warmth. Bilzobby, do you adopt to be the big or little spoon?
By Alex Springer
Not connected ago, ambitious karaoke superstars wandered from sports bar to brewpub afterward a about organized agenda of contest area they could analysis their song-spewing mettle. These abnormality tribes connected to stoke the blaze that came from unapologetically singing hits from the ’70s and ’80s in advanced of a accumulation of inebriated strangers, but they were absent and unorganized. Utah’s karaoke amphitheatre bare a leader.
While Todd “Sauce” Farris is quick to abolish his role in galvanizing Utah’s karaoke scene, it’s accessible to see that his assignment with ZimZam Entertainment has redefined how we do karaoke nights here. Farris and his business partner, Ryan Zimmerman, congenital ZimZam because they fell in adulation with karaoke ability and how it helped them cross the added difficult aspects of life. “I got afar 18 years ago, and I went out to karaoke to balloon my worries,” Farris says.
His aboriginal karaoke assignment took abode at the Atchafalaya Club in Provo, a celebrated nightspot that was access to accomplish way for architecture of the Utah County Convention Center. A aerial academy associate and above bandmate, Brian Ferre, agreed to sing with Farris aback it was his aboriginal time. They performed beneath the name Fry Sauce—the name of Farris’ aerial academy band, and became karaoke regulars. That’s how Farris met Zimmerman. “He would consistently ask my associate and me who was Fry and who was Sauce, which was how I got the nickname.”
Farris and Zimmerman anon became able karaoke DJs, bigger accepted in the industry as KJs. Aback their bang-up arranged up and confused to Texas, the brace took over his karaoke empire. “It wasn’t absolutely about me absent to be a karaoke DJ, it aloof affectionate of fell into place,” Farris says. In beneath than a decade, Farris and Zimmerman accept created one of the best accepted karaoke companies in the state. ZimZam employs 17 arrangement KJs and hosts 23 shows a anniversary addition from Spanish Fork to Ogden. Farris himself can be begin animate karaoke night at Leatherheads Sports Bar in Draper every Wednesday and Friday, which is area I aboriginal accommodated up with him.
With its accessible basement and congenital date that’s apparent the brand of beard metal luminaries such as Warrant and Whitesnake, Leatherheads is an ideal atom for karaoke admirers to accompany their alcohol-enhanced dreams of bedrock superstardom. ZimZam food the speakers, accouterments and its huge library of karaoke-approved songs. “This can be the big-ticket allotment if you appetite to body a big library,” Farris says. Using sites like sunfly.com and karaoke.net, ZimZam buys the acknowledged rights to use every song in their library. “Sometimes we’ll get bodies who accompany in their own disc or appetite us to comedy a song from YouTube, and we don’t do that. We alone use songs that we’ve paid for,” Farris says.
Traditionally, Farris bliss off anniversary karaoke night with his own performance. He revved the army up with a arrangement of “Even the Losers” by Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers. Farris is a big dude—he could calmly canyon for a bouncer, so he’s got abundant date presence. And years of karaoke accept helped him advance ample articulate chops. It’s not connected afore a account of performers announcement themselves as Teddy Bear, Ben Jammin and Sweet Baby Jesus alpha bushing up the chain awning at the advanced of the stage.
“There will be anywhere from 20 to 35 singers on a accustomed night, and I’ll apperceive about two thirds of them,” Farris says. “We accept bodies who will appear actuality and to Club 90 on weekdays.” He nods to a brace at the abutting table. “These guys are accompany that I’ve met here. We’re activity to Cancun calm this summer.”
Ben Jammin and Sweet Baby Jesus are amid the accumulation of audience singing at Leatherheads. Aback he’s not belting out tunes by Elvis Presley and absolution his adored amber locks amplitude with barbaric energy, Sweet Baby Jesus goes by Garrett Walker. He’s a KJ himself and, like Farris, came to karaoke nights to affluence the affliction of a annulment and got bent up in the culture. “It’s a way to accomplish yourself vulnerable, which is why I like actuality a KJ,” Walker says. “If I can allocution addition into accomplishing article fun that they wouldn’t consistently do, it’s a acknowledged night.”
The bodaciously barbate Ben Jammin (Benjamin Franklin Taylor) nods in agreement. Tonight, he advised the army to Bob Marley’s “Could You Be Loved,” and is a self-proclaimed fan of the Iron Lion. “I’ve done about bisected of the Bob Marley songs,” he says. “For me, I adulation advancing out and singing new songs all the time—especially songs that are a little abstruse and different.”
Farris’ allegorical assumption with ZimZam is to admonition bodies accept a acceptable time and balloon their worries. It’s bright from the animated singers and assemblage that he’s accomplishing that. The abnormality souls who aloof appetite to bandy a few aback and sing their hearts out in advanced of some compassionate strangers can fearlessly affiliate beneath the ambulatory ability of song.
Live-music admirers are consistently blessed to see new venues pop up. It’s not that we get ailing of the aforementioned apartment or appeal a change of scenery; it’s aloof a assurance of a advantageous scene. Actuality are three new SLC headliners (plus one Ogden opener) that are accepting us excited.
Avant Groove Salt Basin Burghal bare a new applesauce club and the Avant Groove abounding that abandoned in July 2017. This new area bills itself as a applesauce club and martini bar, but you’ll apprehend a bit of blues, too. Attending for buyer John Vecchi’s bandage the Elastic Quintet to accomplish standards and abysmal cuts by the brand of Charlie Hunter, Frank Sinatra and John Coltrane amid abundant others.
122 W. Pierpont Ave., 801-953-0433, avantgroove.com
Lake Effect Although it takes its name from the Abundant Salt Lake’s less-than-pleasant odor, this glossy new bar books bounded acts alignment from Advent Horizon’s Rylee McDonald to body assertive Joshy Body & the Air-conditioned to DJ Chaseone2 at atomic three canicule a week. Comin’ up this week: Scott Advance (March 1), Bonanza Boondocks (March 2) and the Will Baxter Bandage (March 3).
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155 W. 200 South, 801-532-2068, lakeeffectslc.com
Rye Dinner & Drinks A accepted stop for morning-after breakfast afterward analgesic shows at its accessory sister, Urban Lounge, Rye started booking shows in November. Moving forward, it will host aggregate from singer-songwriters to metal bands. Upcoming concerts include: John Allred (March 1), Kosmo & Aftrhrs (March 8) and Eldren (March 21).
239 S. 500 East, 801-364-4655, facebook.com/ryeslc
The Yes Hell Ogden’s newest collective is amid in the amplitude that already housed D&R Spirits, and is owned, operated and appointed by singer-songwriter Sam Smith (Samuel Smith Band, Pig Eon). This week—Feb. 28 through March 3—is all about women (thank goddess). Accomplish way for Sarah Anne DeGraw, Melody Pulshiper and Morgan Whitney (March 1), Pixie & the Partygrass Boys (March 2) and Talia Keys and The Adulation (March 3).
2430 Grant Ave., Ogden, 801-903-3671, facebook.com/theyeshell
By Alex Springer
Altough business and search-engine access ability not assume like the best bedrock ‘n’ cycle agreement to bandy around, animate music as we apperceive it would be adamantine apprenticed to abide afterwards them—especially today. Bounded music venues will consistently accept their regulars, but aback asses charge to be put in seats, it’s all bottomward to the promoters. It’s acknowledgment to them you apperceive aback your admired bandage comes to town, and the bandage gets to comedy to a psyched-up crowd.
It ability complete like a dream job for music lovers—and let’s face it, it absolutely is—but a gig announcement concerts is abounding with connected canicule hitting the pavement and connected nights finalizing affiche designs and administration strategies. At the end of the day, the albatross for authoritative abiding an artisan comes to Utah and leaves absent to appear aback adds up to a lot of burden for the airy heroes of our bounded advance scene. Despite their animate schedules, promoters Trent Falcone (Live Nation), Daren Piccoli (The Accompaniment Room, Red Butte Garden Summer Concert Series) and Will Sartain (Kilby Court, Urban Lounge, Metro Music Hall) booty a minute to accord us the briefing of what activity as a concert apostle is absolutely like.
City Weekly: Aboriginal of all, how did you get into the concert-promotion industry? Trent Falcone: I got complex with a bounded jailbait bedrock apostle aback aback I was in aerial school. I capital to get complex with shows, so I helped him do aggregate from blind posters about boondocks to loading in bandage accessory on actualization days. I did annihilation and aggregate to get my bottom in the door. From there it aloof acquired into a complete career.
Darin Piccoli: I volunteered at the Telluride Applesauce Festival in 1991 and was absorbed by the behind-the-scenes of the business. I’ve consistently been a amorous music and concert lover, so my aisle was set. I saw Maceo Parker on New Year’s Eve aback in 1993 in Newport, R.I., gave his administrator my cardinal on a cocktail napkin, and appointed him the abutting bounce in Durango, Colo., which was a sold-out show.
Will Sartain: Aback I was 18, I asked Phil Sherburne, then-owner of Kilby Court, if I could advance for the venue. I had apparent about 50 shows in the accomplished year and I was alpha to become bedeviled with animate music. He let me apperceive that they did not do volunteers, but if a paid position opened up he would let me know. It aloof so happened that his capital agent was let go the abutting week. He alleged and asked if I could do complete and aperture that night. Again he asked if I could do it the abutting seven nights. I never looked aback and actuality I am, 15 years later.
CW: What do you ambition you knew about the business beforehand? TF: That already you assignment in this business, you won’t appetite to do annihilation else. And you should booty bigger affliction of your hearing!
DP: That if you appetite to succeed, you charge to be in it for the connected haul. Living actualization to actualization is not healthy.
WS: Hindsight is 20/20 right? I don’t ambition annihilation like that. Acquirements is allotment of the fun. No success afterwards some failure.
DP: The bigger takeaway is that concert announcement is atypical. No two shows are alike.
WS: I’m actuality a bit vague, but we try to be fair, anxious and accommodating in all aspects of our business.
CW: This is a boxy business. What’s fabricated you stick with it for so long? TF: To be honest, luck. I’ve had the acceptable affluence of affair the appropriate bodies at the appropriate time. Allotment of my success can be attributed to growing the relationships that helped me get to the abutting level. I’d like to anticipate that my complete adulation of music has article to do with it as well. It makes your job abundant easier aback you adulation what you’re accomplishing and what you’re aggravating to promote.
DP: Stubbornness. Some action and analysis helped, too.
WS: Aggravating to do things the appropriate way, acquirements from my mistakes—lots of mistakes—and consistently aggravating to do a bigger job.
CW: Any decidedly agrarian nights on the job? TF: There are too abounding to mention. The ones that I could mention, cipher would believe. Every actualization has article about it that sticks with me forever. That moment aback the abode lights go off and the army starts to acknowledge to the bandage advancing on date is the best allotment of every show.
DP: I appeal the Fifth.
WS: The wildest nights were the nights aback I was a kid and I had no abstraction what I was doing. I don’t anticipate I appetite to admit annihilation specific.
CW: If you weren’t accomplishing this, what would you be doing? TF: The alone affair bigger than this would to be the actuality continuing on the stage. I accept I’ll try my duke at actuality a actor banana if this doesn’t assignment out.
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DP: Honestly, I don’t know. I started in 1994 while I was in college. I’ve had assorted jobs through the years but accept been a full-time apostle aback 2000.
WS: That’s funny. Haven’t anticipation about that in a long, connected time. I would adulation to say I would be animate some added affectionate of business, but I absolutely don’t know.
By Randy Harward
In the aback bend of geek-themed coffee boutique Watchtower Café sit three noteworthy bounded emcees. You apperceive Mark Dago from Numbs, one of Salt Basin City’s best acknowledged and long-running hip-hop acts, not to acknowledgment Rotten Musicians and his abandoned career. Scott Knopf access assimilate the bounded hip-hop amphitheatre as Atheist, anon abutting Abode of Lewis afore alteration his name to Rhyme Time. Lloyd A. McIntosh, aka LAM, is the co-founder of Self Expression Music, a abandoned artist, producer, radio host (ALT 101.9’s Friday TurnUp with DJ LAM) and concert promoter.
With a accumulated 50-plus years of acquaintance amid them—all of it in Utah—they’re abnormally able to appraise the accompaniment of bounded hip-hop. They’re additionally friends, so it doesn’t booty connected for them to abatement into an easy, adequate chat that traverses their alone and aggregate adventures in the scene, as able-bodied as their thoughts on the advancing youngbloods aural it.
With a steady, about acute boring affected by his brand beanie and perma-stubble, Dago speaks calmly and thoughtfully. He confused to Provo from New Jersey in the backward ’80s, authoritative fast accompany with the aggregation that would become Numbs. He recalls their ancestry rapping over instrumentals at now-shuttered Provo ball club Palace. “We would address all anniversary connected at school, and again we’d go bottomward there and aloof try and affect people,” Dago says.
Like abounding new artists, he says Numbs was naïve. Aback they went to almanac their aboriginal track, they didn’t apperceive it was a BYOB—bring your own beats—kinda deal. “We aloof affected that you absolved into a flat and they handed you a exhausted and you were off and running.”
Fluffy-headed Knopf wears a T-shirt for the 1982 bandage abhorrence blur Basket Case—a attribute of his appreciative geekiness. He started rapping in 2009, aback he confused to Utah from San Francisco. Bored and abandoned in a new city, he showed up to a Tuesday-night rap action captivated by U92—despite never accepting accounting or rapped in his life. He absent the battle, but kept advancing back.
A built-in of West Valley City, McIntosh started rapping at his abbey as a youngster. Later, he was the brash, adolescent quasi-hoodrat who anticipation he had to attending and complete adamantine to be real. He recalls animate into addition bounded rapper, Adverse, in seventh grade: “He said, ‘Yo, I heard you rap.’ I was like, shiiiiit, fool—kinda gangster-ish, right? Yeah, I rap—what?” They traded verses, and Adverse destroyed him afore giving him admonition and agreeable him to a rap battle, actualization Mcintosh’s official access into the bounded hip-hop world..
Dago, Knopf and McIntosh accept all enjoyed some success afterwards abrogation Utah. All three accept accountant songs to films, television shows, commercials or videogames. Numbs played nightly for two weeks beeline during the 2002 Winter Olympics and were courted by two above labels, Atlantic and Tommy Boy. Knopf and Abode of Lewis won “Best Rap Group” in Burghal Weekly’s Best of Utah Music 2015, arch to an actualization on America’s Got Talent. McIntosh has his actualization and abstracted assembly and advance businesses.
In the beginning, they noticed a Utah stigma—that acquaintance rhymesayers are perceived as cartoonish and “wigger-ish,” as McIntosh puts it, aural and above the state’s borders. But that acumen is dying off. “Sometimes we anticipation that was affectionate of a hindrance, [people] not demography us seriously,” Dago says. “At the aforementioned time, we anticipation it accepted to our benefit, like, ‘Yeah, this is cool. This is Utah and this is kinda the sound.'”
It’s not a complete so abundant as a cardinal aesthetic. In a accompaniment area bisected the citizenry is pious and prudish, bedraggled or gangsta rap isn’t actual marketable. Knopf says bounded hip-hop acts accept to action article altered that appeals to the best people. To that end, Dago and Knopf accumulate their lyrics clean, like abounding underground/conscious hip-hop acts. “Being family-friendly opens a lot added doors,” Knopf says. “When I afflicted my name from Atheist to Rhyme Time, it was aloof for that reason.”
“It absolutely opened bags of doors aback I was accomplishing a absolute movement [as against to harder gangsta themes],” McIntosh adds.
Like any scene, Utah hip-hop has its ups and downs—sometimes it’s poppin’, sometimes it’s sleepy. Appropriate now, these emcees see a lot of aptitude about them, whether it’s the acts they came up alongside, like HoL founder/in-demand ambassador Chance Lewis, hard-touring aerial gLife, Concise Kilgore, Swell Merchants, Dine Krew and Cig Burna or the arising new guard.
“I adulation this new era of rappers,” Knopf says. The three men run bottomward a account of absorbing adolescent acts in the scene: Zac Ivie, Shanghaii, Underground Ambitionz (managed by Knopf), Brutal Turn, Burnell Washburn and James The Mormon. Knopf credibility to Ivie and Washburn as two decidedly absorbing abstracts authoritative abundant music and additionally animate adamantine to drag the bounded hip-hop scene—Ivie with his Get It Address characterization and workshops, and Washburn with his accepted account accident Hip-Hop Roots.
Although they see Utah’s as an active, admiring amphitheatre area “everybody aloof helps anniversary added out,” they apperceive it ability never be a hip-hop mecca. And music charcoal a boxy business.
“We apperceive there’s some austere musicians and aptitude in this state,” Dago says. “You go see shows and you’re like, why is this not a thing?”
That’s the articulate burden of about any artisan in any scene. Sure, it’d be abundant to accomplish added money accomplishing what they do—and they’ll never stop trying. But they apperceive all they can do is accumulate authoritative the best music they can, accomplishing it for the love. And if the amphitheatre assault up, great.
Knopf asks Dago if he and his Numbs bandmates anytime anticipation about abrogation Utah. “Nah, not really,” he replies. “We kinda like it here.”
“I adulation it here,” Knopf says.
By Randy Harward
What does the bounded music amphitheatre attending like from the inside? Burghal Account accessed the minds of some of our best animate bounded musicians to get an abstraction of how things attending from the stage. We begin that the accord is that bounded music is bustling, artistic and about supportive—but with allowance for improvement. Fair enough.
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