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Soundwaves is a biweekly podcast produced by Salt Lake City's SLUG Magazine, an independent free monthly magazine published since 1989. An acronym for Salt Lake UnderGround, SLUG's podcast, Soundwaves, focuses on local musicians and their music or upcoming events in Salt Lake City. For more information visit slugmag.com.

Latest Episodes

Episode #319 – Jazzy Olivo

Jazzy Olivo describes the two years from 2015 to 2017 as the years of silence. After pursuing a career in acting, Olivo felt she was losing her sense of identity. She moved to Mexico to find herself, but it was no quick fix. Instead, she tried to listen more, to return to her sonic roots and let herself experiencing music without ego. Olivo has built a soulful, fusion sound, which is crafted from soundscapes rooted in Olivo’s Dominican heritage and diasporic background. Even the name Jazzy, a nickname from childhood, reflects Olivo’s desire to combine history with feeling. Thanks for listening toSLUG Mag Soundwaves. This podcast was created bySLUG Magazineand produced by Angela H. Brown, Parker Scott Mortensen Associate Producers: Alexander Ortega, Joshua Joye, John Ford, Bianca Velasquez Executive Producer: Angela H. Brown Music by Jazzy Olivo Soundwaves logo and art design by Nicholas Dowd Photo courtesy of Jazzy Olivo

25 MIN1 weeks ago
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Episode #319 – Jazzy Olivo

Episode #318 – Breakfast in Silence

After realizing how much they each liked each other’s work, Ashleigh Bassett,Val Brown andRuss Wooddecided to form Breakfast in Silence. Maybe punk, probably emo, the band will accept labels from soul punk to “deconstructed emotive yardcore.” Bassett and Wood pin down their history and how the DIY music scene has created a tight-knit, yet welcoming community, one resistant to insulation. This week’s featured track “Plant” comes from Breakfast in Silence’s upcoming album, CW: Loss, which explores Bassett’s experience with vocal injury, confidence, depression and death. Thanks for listening toSLUG Mag Soundwaves. This podcast was created bySLUG Magazineand produced by Angela H. Brown, Parker Scott Mortensen Associate Producers: Alexander Ortega, Joshua Joye, John Ford, Bianca Velasquez Executive Producer: Angela H. Brown Music by Breakfast in Silence Soundwaves logo and art design by Nicholas Dowd Photo courtesy of Breakfast in Silence

22 MIN3 weeks ago
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Episode #318 – Breakfast in Silence

Episode #317 – Moodlite

Though they’ve only been together for about a year, Moodlite have developed an impressively versatile range of sound, from singer-songwriter acoustics to club music to soft ballads. The band is comprised of Evan Fleming, saxophonist and producer, Katya Schweiner, vocalist, Tor Carlson, rhythm guitarist and producer, and Sean Eckel, bassist and lead guitarist. Fleming and Schweiner discuss how playing live with notable bands forced them to up their game early on, as well which moments standout from their first year together. Thanks for listening toSLUG Mag Soundwaves. This podcast was created bySLUG Magazineand produced by Angela H. Brown, Parker Scott Mortensen Associate Producers: Alexander Ortega, Joshua Joye, John Ford, Bianca Velasquez Executive Producer: Angela H. Brown Music by Moodlite Soundwaves logo and art design by Nicholas Dowd Photo courtesy of Moodlite

22 MINAUG 8
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Episode #317 – Moodlite

Episode #316 – Salduro

As the internet becomes more crowded with content, context begins to collapse. But what if the internet itself could be the context? Maggie Regnierembraced this with her band Salduro’s most recent release,Insta-Gramo-Phone, which uses Instagram as its platform and format, constraining the album’s nine songs to just one minute or less each. Reignier talks about the challenges of embracing both internal and external constraints, as well as howInsta-Gramo-Phone hearkens to age of vinyl and the three minute single. Thanks for listening toSLUG Mag Soundwaves. This podcast was created bySLUG Magazineand produced by Angela H. Brown, Parker Scott Mortensen Associate Producers: Alexander Ortega, Joshua Joye, John Ford, Bianca Velasquez, Zaina Abujebarah Executive Producer: Angela H. Brown Music by Salduro Soundwaves logo and art design by Nicholas Dowd Photo courtesy of Salduro

20 MINJUL 25
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Episode #316 – Salduro

Episode #315 – I Buried the Box with Your Name

Post-hardcore, but make it wacky. I Buried the Box With Your Name exuded such ambition and potential in their early shows that when Clark Radford saw them perform live four years ago, he cold called vocalist Kale Morse to see if the sextet would be interested in becoming a septet. The band have just released their first album, To Change, and it’s a wild release from an unassuming group. Thanks for listening toSLUG Mag Soundwaves. This podcast was created bySLUG Magazineand produced by Angela H. Brown, Parker Scott Mortensen Associate Producers: Alexander Ortega, Joshua Joye, John Ford, Bianca Velasquez, Zaina Abujebarah Executive Producer: Angela H. Brown Music by I Buried the Box With Your Name Soundwaves logo and art design by Nicholas Dowd Photo courtesy of Kale Morse

20 MINJUL 11
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Episode #315 – I Buried the Box with Your Name

Episode #314 – Rebel Rebel

Mason Comstockagreed to play a set at a friend’s show. The only problem? He didn’t have a band. Almost three years later, Rebel Rebel have two albums, a new sound and a new member. Having played the main stage at Utah Pride Festival, Comstock caps out Pride month with some thoughts on the event and its effective role in our queer communities. Thanks for listening toSLUG Mag Soundwaves. This podcast was created bySLUG Magazineand produced by Angela H. Brown, Parker Scott Mortensen Associate Producers: Alexander Ortega, Joshua Joye, John Ford, Bianca Velasquez, Zaina Abujebarah Executive Producer: Angela H. Brown Music by Rebel Rebel Soundwaves logo and art design by Nicholas Dowd Photo courtesy of Mason Comstock

20 MINJUN 27
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Episode #314 – Rebel Rebel

Episode #313 – Jeff Dillon

After being steered away from a musical career at a younger age, Jeff Dilloneventually found his way back home. An unforgettable series of concerts jolted Dillon into realizing that music is his forever calling: not only could he experience the high of a killer show; he could create it for others. Thanks for listening toSLUG Mag Soundwaves. This podcast was created bySLUG Magazineand produced by Angela H. Brown, Parker Scott Mortensen Associate Producers: Alexander Ortega, Joshua Joye, John Ford, Bianca Velasquez, Zaina Abujebarah Executive Producer: Angela H. Brown Music by Jeff Dillon Soundwaves logo and art design by Nicholas Dowd Photo courtesy of Jeff Dillon

20 MINJUN 13
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Episode #313 – Jeff Dillon

Episode #312 – Rose Colored Roots

Though their musical backgrounds differ, the five musicians comprising Rose Colored Rootseach make their mark on every song. As the band’s first full release nears, guitarist and founding memberDevin Moorediscusses how the band’s collective musical education has created an alternative rock sound heavily influenced by blues, jazz and a whole lot of funk. Thanks for listening toSLUG Mag Soundwaves. This podcast was created bySLUG Magazineand produced by Angela H. Brown, Parker Scott Mortensen Associate Producers: Alexander Ortega, Joshua Joye, John Ford, Bianca Velasquez, Zaina Abujebarah Executive Producer: Angela H. Brown Music by Rose Colored Roots Soundwaves logo and art design by Nicholas Dowd Photo courtesy of Devin Moore.

22 MINMAY 30
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Episode #312 – Rose Colored Roots

Episode #311 – Ugly Boys

Benton Wood believes that everything leading up to the formation of Ugly Boyswas preparation for the big time. As each band mate took time out of other projects to join the group, Ugly Boy’s talent and hunger grew beyond the local Utah band circuit. After a rough first show opening for Little Dragon and Com Truise at 2018’s Ogden Twilight, Ugly Boys has since found their footing and is now poised to become the kind of band they’d always dreamed of being. Thanks for listening toSLUG Mag Soundwaves. This podcast was created bySLUG Magazineand produced by Angela H. Brown, Parker Scott Mortensen Associate Producers: Alexander Ortega, Joshua Joye, John Ford, Bianca Velasquez, Zaina Abujebarah Executive Producer: Angela H. Brown Music by Ugly Boys Soundwaves logo and art design by Nicholas Dowd Photo courtesy of Benton Wood.

17 MINMAY 16
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Episode #311 – Ugly Boys

Episode #310 – Cool Banana

VHS Vic (Victor Blandon) is a stop-motion animator whose penchant for puppetry has evolved into Cool Banana, a muppet-rock band centered around theatrics and onstage characters. This episode ofSoundwaves explores music as it happens in Vic’s world, an almost absurdist and contemporary dadaist dreamscape. Thanks for listening toSLUG Mag Soundwaves. This podcast was created bySLUG Magazineand produced by Angela H. Brown, Parker Scott Mortensen Associate Producers: Alexander Ortega, Joshua Joye, John Ford, Bianca Velasquez, Zaina Abujebarah Executive Producer: Angela H. Brown Music by Cool Banana Soundwaves logo and art design by Nicholas Dowd Photo courtesy of Jeremy Devine

17 MINMAY 3
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Episode #310 – Cool Banana

Latest Episodes

Episode #319 – Jazzy Olivo

Jazzy Olivo describes the two years from 2015 to 2017 as the years of silence. After pursuing a career in acting, Olivo felt she was losing her sense of identity. She moved to Mexico to find herself, but it was no quick fix. Instead, she tried to listen more, to return to her sonic roots and let herself experiencing music without ego. Olivo has built a soulful, fusion sound, which is crafted from soundscapes rooted in Olivo’s Dominican heritage and diasporic background. Even the name Jazzy, a nickname from childhood, reflects Olivo’s desire to combine history with feeling. Thanks for listening toSLUG Mag Soundwaves. This podcast was created bySLUG Magazineand produced by Angela H. Brown, Parker Scott Mortensen Associate Producers: Alexander Ortega, Joshua Joye, John Ford, Bianca Velasquez Executive Producer: Angela H. Brown Music by Jazzy Olivo Soundwaves logo and art design by Nicholas Dowd Photo courtesy of Jazzy Olivo

25 MIN1 weeks ago
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Episode #319 – Jazzy Olivo

Episode #318 – Breakfast in Silence

After realizing how much they each liked each other’s work, Ashleigh Bassett,Val Brown andRuss Wooddecided to form Breakfast in Silence. Maybe punk, probably emo, the band will accept labels from soul punk to “deconstructed emotive yardcore.” Bassett and Wood pin down their history and how the DIY music scene has created a tight-knit, yet welcoming community, one resistant to insulation. This week’s featured track “Plant” comes from Breakfast in Silence’s upcoming album, CW: Loss, which explores Bassett’s experience with vocal injury, confidence, depression and death. Thanks for listening toSLUG Mag Soundwaves. This podcast was created bySLUG Magazineand produced by Angela H. Brown, Parker Scott Mortensen Associate Producers: Alexander Ortega, Joshua Joye, John Ford, Bianca Velasquez Executive Producer: Angela H. Brown Music by Breakfast in Silence Soundwaves logo and art design by Nicholas Dowd Photo courtesy of Breakfast in Silence

22 MIN3 weeks ago
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Episode #318 – Breakfast in Silence

Episode #317 – Moodlite

Though they’ve only been together for about a year, Moodlite have developed an impressively versatile range of sound, from singer-songwriter acoustics to club music to soft ballads. The band is comprised of Evan Fleming, saxophonist and producer, Katya Schweiner, vocalist, Tor Carlson, rhythm guitarist and producer, and Sean Eckel, bassist and lead guitarist. Fleming and Schweiner discuss how playing live with notable bands forced them to up their game early on, as well which moments standout from their first year together. Thanks for listening toSLUG Mag Soundwaves. This podcast was created bySLUG Magazineand produced by Angela H. Brown, Parker Scott Mortensen Associate Producers: Alexander Ortega, Joshua Joye, John Ford, Bianca Velasquez Executive Producer: Angela H. Brown Music by Moodlite Soundwaves logo and art design by Nicholas Dowd Photo courtesy of Moodlite

22 MINAUG 8
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Episode #317 – Moodlite

Episode #316 – Salduro

As the internet becomes more crowded with content, context begins to collapse. But what if the internet itself could be the context? Maggie Regnierembraced this with her band Salduro’s most recent release,Insta-Gramo-Phone, which uses Instagram as its platform and format, constraining the album’s nine songs to just one minute or less each. Reignier talks about the challenges of embracing both internal and external constraints, as well as howInsta-Gramo-Phone hearkens to age of vinyl and the three minute single. Thanks for listening toSLUG Mag Soundwaves. This podcast was created bySLUG Magazineand produced by Angela H. Brown, Parker Scott Mortensen Associate Producers: Alexander Ortega, Joshua Joye, John Ford, Bianca Velasquez, Zaina Abujebarah Executive Producer: Angela H. Brown Music by Salduro Soundwaves logo and art design by Nicholas Dowd Photo courtesy of Salduro

20 MINJUL 25
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Episode #316 – Salduro

Episode #315 – I Buried the Box with Your Name

Post-hardcore, but make it wacky. I Buried the Box With Your Name exuded such ambition and potential in their early shows that when Clark Radford saw them perform live four years ago, he cold called vocalist Kale Morse to see if the sextet would be interested in becoming a septet. The band have just released their first album, To Change, and it’s a wild release from an unassuming group. Thanks for listening toSLUG Mag Soundwaves. This podcast was created bySLUG Magazineand produced by Angela H. Brown, Parker Scott Mortensen Associate Producers: Alexander Ortega, Joshua Joye, John Ford, Bianca Velasquez, Zaina Abujebarah Executive Producer: Angela H. Brown Music by I Buried the Box With Your Name Soundwaves logo and art design by Nicholas Dowd Photo courtesy of Kale Morse

20 MINJUL 11
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Episode #315 – I Buried the Box with Your Name

Episode #314 – Rebel Rebel

Mason Comstockagreed to play a set at a friend’s show. The only problem? He didn’t have a band. Almost three years later, Rebel Rebel have two albums, a new sound and a new member. Having played the main stage at Utah Pride Festival, Comstock caps out Pride month with some thoughts on the event and its effective role in our queer communities. Thanks for listening toSLUG Mag Soundwaves. This podcast was created bySLUG Magazineand produced by Angela H. Brown, Parker Scott Mortensen Associate Producers: Alexander Ortega, Joshua Joye, John Ford, Bianca Velasquez, Zaina Abujebarah Executive Producer: Angela H. Brown Music by Rebel Rebel Soundwaves logo and art design by Nicholas Dowd Photo courtesy of Mason Comstock

20 MINJUN 27
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Episode #314 – Rebel Rebel

Episode #313 – Jeff Dillon

After being steered away from a musical career at a younger age, Jeff Dilloneventually found his way back home. An unforgettable series of concerts jolted Dillon into realizing that music is his forever calling: not only could he experience the high of a killer show; he could create it for others. Thanks for listening toSLUG Mag Soundwaves. This podcast was created bySLUG Magazineand produced by Angela H. Brown, Parker Scott Mortensen Associate Producers: Alexander Ortega, Joshua Joye, John Ford, Bianca Velasquez, Zaina Abujebarah Executive Producer: Angela H. Brown Music by Jeff Dillon Soundwaves logo and art design by Nicholas Dowd Photo courtesy of Jeff Dillon

20 MINJUN 13
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Episode #313 – Jeff Dillon

Episode #312 – Rose Colored Roots

Though their musical backgrounds differ, the five musicians comprising Rose Colored Rootseach make their mark on every song. As the band’s first full release nears, guitarist and founding memberDevin Moorediscusses how the band’s collective musical education has created an alternative rock sound heavily influenced by blues, jazz and a whole lot of funk. Thanks for listening toSLUG Mag Soundwaves. This podcast was created bySLUG Magazineand produced by Angela H. Brown, Parker Scott Mortensen Associate Producers: Alexander Ortega, Joshua Joye, John Ford, Bianca Velasquez, Zaina Abujebarah Executive Producer: Angela H. Brown Music by Rose Colored Roots Soundwaves logo and art design by Nicholas Dowd Photo courtesy of Devin Moore.

22 MINMAY 30
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Episode #312 – Rose Colored Roots

Episode #311 – Ugly Boys

Benton Wood believes that everything leading up to the formation of Ugly Boyswas preparation for the big time. As each band mate took time out of other projects to join the group, Ugly Boy’s talent and hunger grew beyond the local Utah band circuit. After a rough first show opening for Little Dragon and Com Truise at 2018’s Ogden Twilight, Ugly Boys has since found their footing and is now poised to become the kind of band they’d always dreamed of being. Thanks for listening toSLUG Mag Soundwaves. This podcast was created bySLUG Magazineand produced by Angela H. Brown, Parker Scott Mortensen Associate Producers: Alexander Ortega, Joshua Joye, John Ford, Bianca Velasquez, Zaina Abujebarah Executive Producer: Angela H. Brown Music by Ugly Boys Soundwaves logo and art design by Nicholas Dowd Photo courtesy of Benton Wood.

17 MINMAY 16
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Episode #311 – Ugly Boys

Episode #310 – Cool Banana

VHS Vic (Victor Blandon) is a stop-motion animator whose penchant for puppetry has evolved into Cool Banana, a muppet-rock band centered around theatrics and onstage characters. This episode ofSoundwaves explores music as it happens in Vic’s world, an almost absurdist and contemporary dadaist dreamscape. Thanks for listening toSLUG Mag Soundwaves. This podcast was created bySLUG Magazineand produced by Angela H. Brown, Parker Scott Mortensen Associate Producers: Alexander Ortega, Joshua Joye, John Ford, Bianca Velasquez, Zaina Abujebarah Executive Producer: Angela H. Brown Music by Cool Banana Soundwaves logo and art design by Nicholas Dowd Photo courtesy of Jeremy Devine

17 MINMAY 3
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Episode #310 – Cool Banana

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