Review: Rhyme Time – Gnarly

Clever and often hilarious, “Gnarly” is filled with fantastic production and some of the best hip-hop to come from the local scene.   Earlier this month, Rhyme Time (formerly known as Atheist, real name Scott Knopf) of the local hip-hop collective, House of Lewis, released his latest album, Gnarly. This is his first release… Continue reading

Review: I’m Not a Rapper – Jamesthemormon

  Despite some lyrical issues that obscure his thematic statements, this is the strongest rap release out of Provo to date – and a fun listen.   There has been a lot of buzz lately about Jamesthemormon. Many know by now that his EP, I Am Not a Rapper, hit… Continue reading

News: Drew Danburry Releases New Album

  Drew Danburry releases new album with his latest project Like, Listen To   For those of you who don’t know Drew Danburry, here’s a brief overview. Drew Danburry is a singer/songwriter from Huntington Beach, CA who was actively releasing records from 2002 to 2010. Between 2005 and 2010, he played over 750 shows all around… Continue reading

News: Abby Normal Reunites At Velour

Pop Punk group Abby Normal is set to reunite tonight at Velour Live Music Gallery   Those familiar with the Provo music scene most likely know Chance Lewis. The resident sound man at Velour Live Music Gallery, he’s made a name for himself as both a producer and MC in the local… Continue reading

Exclusive: Na-G on Faith, Marriage, and The Provo Rap Scene

  Na-G’s influences are an impressive blend of rap, indie folk, pop, and literature.   Provo rapper Na-G released his debut album, Hey Na-G, on November 11th, 2015. We loved the album, so naturally we had to reach out to him and ask him about his music. See what he… Continue reading