News: Dada Departed – A Tribute to Stephen Cope

After 3 years of operation, Studio Studio Dada is bidding Provo farewell.   September 29, 2016 Provo, UT has no shortage of quality studios. June Audio, Pleasant Pictures, Noisebox, Bone Shack. But one in particular has played a key role over the last few years in shaping an emerging alternative scene:… Continue reading

News: Porch Lights Releases Concept Album

  Porch Lights’ concept album takes listeners back in time to experience high school romance in the 70’s.   Two years after the release of their debut album, Caverns, Porch Lights has released a brand new EP. Entitled Street Gaze, it’s a concept album about “lost love, youth, and cars in the 70’s.” The band’s aim with… 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

News: Medusa Collective to Host Show at Studio Studio Dada

Local artists to showcase new songs at Medusa Collective event   Tomorrow, March 20th, The Medusa Collective will host a show at Studio Studio Dada. A rarity in an area primarily dominated by devout Mormons, the event will take place on a Sunday night.  The mission of The Medusa Collective is… Continue reading

Exclusive: Kitfox Discusses “To Keep You Company”

  Two members of Kitfox discuss their song’s recent ABC television appearance and their recording experience in Nashville.   After the release of their full length album, To Keep You Company, on February 20th, we reached out to Kitfox to talk about the record. See what lead singer Emilee Holgate and bassist… Continue reading

News: Kitfox to Release New Album February 20

The new album features tracks Kitfox recorded in Nashville, Tennessee.   Kitfox, known for the beautiful lead vocals of Emilee Holgate, is set to release a brand new album on February 20th, 2016. The album, entitled To Keep You Company, is the full length follow up to their 2014 EP, Where We Were. The… Continue reading

Exclusive: The Rise of Cuteness – An Interview With Stephen Cope

  Stephen Cope discusses his experience as a recording artist, producer, and activist.   Stephen Cope is an active part of the Provo music scene. A unique individual, Cope is a gender non-conformist, leading voice in Provo’s LBGTQ+ community, and well known for posting “cute stickers” to social media. See what Stephen… 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