Ashe: Your Moms First Headline Tour with Charlie Burg, Gavin Haley

California native, Ashe has been turning heads with her balance of modern day pop writing and vintage vocals. Graduate in composition & production from world renowned, Berklee College of Music, Ashe gained international exposure as a songwriter and jazz vocalist. She quickly gained notoriety in the electronic space after collaborating with the likes of Louis the Child, Whethan, Shaun Frank, Ben Phipps, Party Pupils, Big Gigantic and co-writing the Demi Lovato single “You Don’t Do It For Me Anymore”. Ashe accumulated more than 316M streams, 9 #1 Hype Machines in a row and had multiple tracks featured on Spotify’s Viral Charts (US, UK, Spain). 

Ashe's solo career kicked off with her first single "Used To It", released in 2017 via Mom+Pop Music, accumulating 14.6M streams. Her subsequent EP "The Rabbit Hole," was premiered by Milk, who dubbed the record "a strong foundation for what will undoubtedly be a repertoire of music that insightfully explores emotion and the ups-and-downs of the human experience.” The Rabbit Hole has garnered over 18M streams.

Periphery Hail Stan: North America 2019

Special Guests
Veil Of Maya

Where Will the Snow Go?


Many of us move to or stay in Utah because of its unparalleled access to the outdoors. But what impact will climate change have on the outdoors here? From altering how we access activities to morphing our relationship with the outdoors and each other, our climate will - and already is - drastically altering what its like to live in Utah. However, your voice and actions have the power to impact the future of Utah, and even our country and world. Please join the Healthy Environment Alliance of Utah (HEAL Utah), Torrey House Press, and Black Diamond for an interactive climate change discussion on Monday, September 30th from 6:00-8:00 PM to help kick off Climate Week 2019. During the evening, you'll hear HEAL's Policy Associate Noah Miterko, Torrey House Press author Ayja Bounous, and Black Diamond athlete Angel Collinson talk about how climate change is effecting Utah, what it means for the activities and people we love, and how you can take action to create a better future. You'll get the chance to ask any of our panelist questions and will even have the opportunity to reach out to one of our Utah lawmakers right then and there. Plus, we'll have light refreshments for you to enjoy while you meet other Utahns interested in making a difference. This event is open to all ages. Our program will begin promptly at 6:30 PM. 

Dodie: Human Tour Usa 2019

Nosleep Podcast

Nosleep Podcast
In the spring of 2010, a new forum appeared on It was called “Nosleep” and the concept of this forum (or “subreddit”) was to be a place for people to post original scary stories about frightening experiences. It was an online version of telling spooky stories around the campfire.
A year later, as Nosleep was growing at a rapid pace, one member named Matt Hansen proposed the idea of doing a podcast where some of the top stories from Nosleep would be narrated in audiobook style. The response was quite positive and over the next few months a small group of members endeavored to put together what would come to be known as The Nosleep Podcast. On June 13th, 2011 Episode #1 was released.
David Cummings assumed the role of host and producer and it was decided to release a new episode every two weeks. Producing the podcast has been a learning experience from the start with many Redditors volunteering to narrate and help produce the shows.
The podcast has been well-received from the very beginning. Through word-of-mouth advertising the number of regular listeners has grown steadily. 
For more information about the podcast and our contributors please visit our website.

Plague Vendor

When Plague Vendor were about make their new album By Night, singer Brandon Blaine didn’t exactly know what he wanted it to sound like, but he did know what he wanted it to look like. “A house that’s falling apart but lit up like crazy,” he says now, six months after finishing a record that captures that exact feeling of ruin and regeneration, of charisma and catastrophe and of slashing at the night with nothing but pure electricity. Where 2016’s BLOODSWEAT ended with a to-be-continued moment and Blaine shouting “Romance!” into the silence, By Night ends with a second of feedback and noise. It's a perfectly spent finish to an adrenaline rush of a record that asks, “What just happened?”
Plague Vendor are already used to making nothing into something. It’s a place where the only way things happen is if you make them happen. A fearless our-way-is-the-hard-way work ethic and famously physical live shows won the band a ferocious fan base, a flash-bang debut album and place of pride on the Epitaph Records roster. When they called that album BLOODSWEAT they might’ve just been explaining what it took to make it. (Or they could’ve just been talking about those live shows.) And when they stepped back into the studio in the late summer of 2018, they were ready again to do something new. 
They spent eleven days locked in at Hollywood’s legendary EastWest Studios (Brian Wilson, Ozzy Osbourne, Iggy Pop) with St Vincent/Chelsea Wolfe producer John Congleton, with all visitors banned and all distraction eliminated. (Well, one blood relative has was allowed once.) They had the instinct to delay the sessions until they knew they could get Congleton, and when they met, they connected intensely and instantly, more like co-conspirators than colleagues. They would even complete each other’s sentences, says drummer Luke Perine. With Congleton’s precision production, they found their own way between the powerful-but-too-polished sound of right now and the engaging-but-aging reinterpretations of classic punk/rock albums of the 60s and 70. And with Congleton’s limitless encouragement, they did things Plague Vendor never did before: chorused bass in endless waves, lightning-strike flashes of synth, motorik man-machine drums that sound inhuman and human at once and even a string section that’ll be a surprise if they ever do it live.

Open Blues & More Jam

University of Utah Fall 2019 Career & Internship Fair

Are you a non-STEM employer currently recruiting for internship or career positions in your organization? Are you looking to recruit top talent from the University of Utah? If so, the University of Utah's Career & Internship Fair on Oct 1, 9AM - 2PM, is a great opportunity to meet students, share info about your company and employment opportunities, identify candidates, set up interviews, & build brand recognition on campus. Over 500 students attend the Career & Internship Fair each fall, representing a wide variety of degree programs from business & finance, to fine arts and social work, to environmental studies. Discounts are available for non-profit and government organizations.

Information & pricing can be found here: Early Bird pricing for registration ends on July 26th! Register for the fair via Handshake: Don't have an account in Handshake yet? Reach out to Devon Darland at for help with registration!

We Are Two Different People Tour Starring Danny Gonzalez and Drew Gooden Featuring Kurtis Conner

Danny Gonzalez and Drew Gooden embark on a nationwide tour to prove, once and for all, that they are, in fact, 2 different people. Join us for a night of brand new comedy songs, live comedy sketches, roasts, and improv all in an effort to prove they are, in fact, two different people. With opening act and special guest Kurtis Conner you are sure to have a night of laughs and memories to last.


Superet was formed in Los Angeles California on Valentine’s Day 2016. Members Matt Blitzer (vocals, guitar, keyboards) Alex Fischel (Keyboards) Patrick Kelly (bass) Sam KS (drums) and Isaac Tamburino (guitar, percussion, keys) met at Calarts where they lived together and cultivated a deep musical kinship. Three years after graduating, and after a handful of musical endeavors that members were involved in individually (Spoon, Harriet, Sparks), Blitzer had what he calls a “nervous breakthrough”.
- “ It was two weeks or so of this sort of manic emotional sensitivity brought on by sleep deprivation. I was up for days, I needed to have a project I could call my own and it was time to call up the guys and claim it. I wrote most of the songs we’re releasing now during that period.”
The name Superet was nicked from the facade of a cult church in east Los Angeles. It’s derived from a Latin moniker that translates to “may they overflow”, which has become the bands modus operandi. Hence the name, they have been known to put on a relentlessly, electrifying show.
The band co produced their new album 'How To Work A Room' with Dave Fridmann (The Flaming Lips, MGMT, Tame Impala) and is now available everywhere.