Exclusive: Up the Punx – Dikembe

  “A bigger wallet and a good taste in music doesn’t mean you should own someone else’s art.”   By Kyle Cornwell July 13, 2016   Dikembe is an emo punk quartet from Gainesville, Florida. The group consists of Ryan Willems (Guitar), Randy Reddell (Bass), David Bell (Drums), and Steven Gray (Guitar/Vocals). They… Continue reading

News: Doris Day. Releases New EP

Provo punk outfit Doris Day. releases EP ahead of tour.   This week, Doris Day. released a split EP with Nampa, ID post-rockers, Midnight Legs//Marathon Lungs. The aptly named Tour Split consists of three tracks – two brand new Doris Day. songs and a ten minute piece from ML//ML. Concerning the… Continue reading

Exclusive: Up the Punx – Dylan Astle of Pop Warner

Pop Warner’s Dylan Astle discusses what it means to be punk, the band’s latest release, and Punk in the Provo music scene.   Dylan Astle is the front man for Provo indie punk group, Pop Warner. The band has released two EPs: 2014’s Bedroom Demo and 2016’s Pop Warner/Uncle Dirt Split. See what… Continue reading

Review: No Complaints – Doris Day.

  The solid part writing and thoughtful ambition of this DIY debut are hindered by an inconsistent lead vocal performance and a poor closing track   For those of you who don’t know, three of the members of the Provo band DateNight have started an emo punk band. Ever since DateNight… Continue reading

Exclusive: Up the Punx – Ted Richards of Doris Day.

Doris Day. frontman discusses the band’s formation, his favorite local acts, and growth in the Provo Punk scene.   As the high resolution image he provided us with indicates, it is very difficult to spend time around Ted “The Red Ranger” Richards and remain serious for too long. We managed… Continue reading

News: The Ladells Rocked Battle of the Bands at Muse Music

  Local glam punk band The Ladells are named 2014’s Muse Battle of the Bands winners By Laurajane Blaser October 21, 2014 This past week Muse Music Cafe hosted their annual Battle of the Bands, and on Oct. 18th local punk band, The Ladells, walked away winners with one hundred dollars… Continue reading