KRCL PRESENTS

KRCL Presents: Okkervil River on June 7 at The State Room

This past April, Okkervil River released their ninth studio album, "In the Rainbow Rain." The band heads to The State Room on June 7 with special guest Star Rover.

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KRCL Presents: Dr. Dog at The Depot on June 11

Dr. Dog released their 10th studio album "Critical Equation" via Thirty Tigers on April 27. The Philadelphia-based psychedelic pop act also announced a lengthy North American Tour – their first in two years – in the support of the record and they'll be making a stop in Salt Lake City on Mon, June 11 at The Depot.

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KRCL Presents: The Decemberists at Deer Valley Resort on Aug 2

The Decemberists, on the heels of their latest studio album, "I'll Be Your Girl," are on tour this summer and making a stop for a special show at Deer Valley Resort's Snow Park Outdoor Amphitheater on Thursday, August 2 as part of the inaugural Deer Valley Concert Series. Frontman and songwriter Colin Meloy takes a fresh turn on the album thanks to a new partnership with producer John Congleton. KRCL featured the new record on its release for Album of the Day.

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KRCL Presents: Jason Isbell & the 400 Unit with Aimee Mann

Jason Isbell & the 400 Unit returns to Salt Lake City to play The Eccles Theater on September 4 with special guest Aimee Mann! Tickets go on sale Friday, April 20. KRCL is proud to present the show.  

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Wye Oak at The Metro Music Hall on Wed, July 11

"The Louder I Call, The Faster It Runs"-the fifth album by Wye Oak-begins with an explosion. For a few seconds, piano, drums, and a playful keyboard loop gather momentum; then, all at once, they burst, enormous bass flooding the elastic beat. "Suffering, I remember suffering," sings Jenn Wasner, her voice stretched coolly across the tizzy. "Feeling heat and then the lack of it/But not so much what the difference is." The moment declares the second coming of Wye Oak, a band that spent more than a decade preparing to write this record-its most gripping and powerful set of songs to date, built with melodies, movement, and emotions that transcend even the best of their catalogue.

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SLUG Magazine's Soundwaves

Discover local music with KRCL and SLUG Magazine's Soundwaves Series—an indepth podcast with local bands and artists. Meet the music makers in your community and explore SLUG Soundwaves here. 

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