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A Circular Storytelling Journey by Gracie Abrams

Theo Lopez November 23, 2021

After three years of building a professional career in the industry, Gracie Abrams describes her style and shows why she deserves to be on the cover. Gracie's Ballad Beginning In 2019 Gracie made her...

Dripcast Interviews – Jules and King Ronin Da Scholar

March 2, 2021

K-UTE Radio's Dripcast awakened from a winter hiatus this past month with two new interviews with artists Jules and King Ronin Da Scholar, both of whom are out of Salt Lake! With an unfalteringly...

Hope Tala, Billie Eilish, and Clairo are just a few of the most prominent names within the bedroom pop scene.

Bedroom Pop: The Future of Music Creation

Zuri Vasquez Bedolla, Platform Manager February 18, 2021

The internet, laptops, webcams, and home recording software have changed the traditional process for breaking into the music industry, creating a genre otherwise known as “Bedroom Pop”. The near-studio...

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Gilligan Moss Revitalize Summertime With Their Slow Down EP

Luke Davies, K-UTE Director of Local Music February 17, 2021

Utah's winters sink deep; despite the few days of sun we've had this season, the gray skies and snowcaps leave an impermeable impression. I'm a big fan of our winters, but Gilligan Moss's teaser EP Slow...

The MVP Is Russell Wilson’s to Lose

The MVP Is Russell Wilson’s to Lose

JT Wistrcill, Blog Contributor October 22, 2020

The NFL’s most valuable player (MVP) award is the league’s most coveted achievement. Over the past few years, we have seen some of the NFL’s best quarterbacks take home the award in Tom Brady, Patrick...

K-UTE Announces New Local Music Podcast: Loco 4 Local!

K-UTE Announces New Local Music Podcast: Loco 4 Local!

September 30, 2020

At the beginning of the summer, we appointed Luke Davies as our new Director of Local Music. Over the past months, Luke has been busy creating our latest podcast: Loco 4 Local! Featuring local artists,...

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‘Smile’: In an Ever-Changing Global Climate, Katy Perry With Her Latest Album Teaches Us All the Things to Be Grateful For

Zoe Gottlieb, Blog writer September 17, 2020

Students now entering their college careers probably remember Katy Perry as the “Teenage Dream” version of herself, an icon of her time represented by loud costumes, catchy ballads, and her signature...

Artist Check-In: Heather Grey

Artist Check-In: Heather Grey

Jameson Williams July 23, 2020

On June 30th, the Hip Hop Drip made its return by welcoming Heather Grey to the Dripcast.  Andrew Thackeray, known by his stage name, Heather Grey, is a 23-year-old hip-hop producer and SLC native. You...

New Digs: The Color Rush Returns!

New Digs: The Color Rush Returns!

Zach Janis, Apparent Uniform Afficianado June 30, 2020

Alright, I’m officially at this point in the quarantine. There is nothing left. The stables are empty. We’ve eaten the horses. We’ve pilfered the supplies. We are out of options. I will attempt...

Mo’ Money, Mo’ Problems

Zach Janis, Sports Rainmaker June 30, 2020

There’s a lot of tropes among anti-sport heads. The players make too much money, they don't deserve it, they don't work that hard, blah blah blah.  Let’s make those people mad by talking about...

Becoming Reality: Hiveminded Studios

Becoming Reality: Hiveminded Studios

Roberto Elguera May 9, 2020

The year-old Hiveminded Studios in the Sugar House district has been a key home for creative ideas for Salt Lake City hip hop artists.  Hiveminded Studios is an example of making your passion a reality....

Local Artist Feature: Osiris

Local Artist Feature: Osiris

Roberto Elguera May 6, 2020

At just 20 years old, Osiris shows why he’s a prominent figure in the Salt Lake hip hop scene with the release of Dying2Live. Celebration Going to a local show feels like a party. For artist Osiris,...

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