MUSIC CHOICES: SEPTEMBER 22 – 28 | Choice of music | Salt Lake City

By | September 21, 2022


Odesza @ USANA Amphitheater 9/21
A significant theme in music proper now could be the pandemic, and the way the previous two years have formed and impressed new music for a lot of musicians. As a lot as we need to get out of the confusion and uncertainty, it is exhausting to disclaim that COVID has given many people time to consider what’s most essential in life. Proper now, bands are releasing a number of the most heartfelt music of their careers, and Odesza is not any exception. Their newest album, titled The final farewell is an ode to the household and buddies who’ve continued to assist the musical duo all through their profession. Odesza had been in the midst of a tour after they had been taken off the street because the pandemic gripped the world. Odesza’s Clayton Knight and Harrison Mills used the pandemic downtime to mirror and get again to their roots. “Once we lastly began writing these items – the instances of COVID and being trapped inside – we took a whole lot of time to mirror on ourselves, and we ended up digging deeper into who we’re and who we turned, as a result of we had principally toured for seven straight years,” Mills advised The Related Press in July. “We began watching house movies and all that stuff from our previous and recognizing how a lot our dad and mom had been in us and the way a lot we actually missed and had gratitude for the individuals we liked round us. Slowly, we began incorporating house pictures into our music. It turned this journey of self, in a manner.” Odesza shall be on the USANA Amphitheater on Tuesday, September 21. Tickets for the present price between $24 and $154 and might be discovered at Doorways open for most of the people present at 6:30 p.m. (Emilee Atkinson)

Our Time in Area, The Starkillers, My Pal Zero @ The DLC 9/22
Sci-fi and rock music followers will need to head to this present that includes three native SLC bands. The Starkillers are an up-and-coming four-piece rock/pop band whose music is influenced by their love of sci-fi and cyberpunk. The visuals from their photoshoots and new music video showcase the fruits of years of creative enchantment and fascination with the unknown. Their first single, “Are You Pondering of Me”, is an efficient begin for the band. The sound is infectious and the quartet has an excellent cohesion with a transparent and crisp sound. It is a catchy tune that is straightforward to sing, but additionally relatable in the event you’ve ever needed to cope with heartbreak. The opposite cosmos lovers Our Time in Area additionally take the stage, bringing their charismatic and sonic ambiance to the present. “Area by no means ceases to amaze with its explosive, full-dimensional cascade of sound, using the identical vocals, drums, and guitars accessible to each different carbon-based rock & roll band within the recognized universe,” say they on their Bandcamp profile. Their newest single is a remix of their 2020 EP Scorching head session titled “Lockjaw (Bramstoy Remix).” It takes the rock/pop monitor and turns it right into a cyberpunk dance ground. Each the unique and the remix are chic. Rounding out the present are My Pal Zero, an area band that is been quiet since their 2020 debut album. America’s Taliban Biggest Hits. Whereas not as space-focused, the band nonetheless delivers quick, high-energy music that focuses on political turmoil and frustration with the world. Catch these SLC favorites on Thursday, September 22 in DLC for $10. This can be a 21+ present and the present begins at 8 p.m. (EA)


Duckwrth @ Soundwell 9/23
Los Angeles-based rapper/singer Duckwrth is stopping by Salt Lake to advertise his newest single. Many will know him from his monitor “Begin a Riot” with collaborating artist Shaboozey from Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse. His newest, titled “Beg”, is a style of his newest EP chrome bull. Her earlier album, SG8* got here out after quarantine and introduced her consolation throughout unsure instances. “It is essential that folks simply give themselves time, we’re coming again to life throughout the pandemic and every thing is transferring on the charge it was earlier than COVID, perhaps even a little bit quicker. I hope individuals shall be affected person with them ourselves whereas all of this is happening and understanding that we simply went by means of and are nonetheless going by means of a traumatic occasion,” he mentioned. Overview of 1883. Duckwrth’s music blends in with a up to date infusion of hip-hop and R&B, however extra importantly, he makes music that feels good to hearken to. “It is also made to make you are feeling good,” Duckwrth mentioned. The California day by day in August. “(It is) a wholesome escape, so to get you thru no matter you are going by means of.” This multi-talented artist shall be a deal with on Friday, September 23 at 8 p.m. Tickets for the present for all ages price between $42 and $61 and might be discovered at (EA)

Constructed to Spill, The French Suggestions, Oru @ Metro Music Corridor 9/24
Constructed to Spill have toured the neighborhood a number of instances as a band. They’ve additionally undergone many modifications. The main target is on vocalist and lead guitarist Doug Martsch, as he is been the one everlasting member since 1992. Over the previous three many years, Constructed to Spill has launched eight albums, all with Martsch as lead songwriter. In 2022, Constructed to Spill releases a brand new album, When the wind forgets your title, which continues with the sound the band is understood for – the indie rock that has had a significant affect on Pacific Northwest music. The Indie Titans are backed by one other Boise native band, The French Suggestions. The band initially shaped as a option to launch pent-up rage by means of music, however their work advanced right into a refuge from the world. Their newest work All the craze has been delayed by the pandemic, one thing numerous teams can relate to. They returned to the studio in January 2021 and the most recent within the garage-rock band emerged. Rounding out the present is Brazilian rock band Oru. Their music mixes acid jazz, indie rock and experimental psychedelia. Oru has been touring with Constructed to Spill for a while, and a part of their sound has been formed by their time with the veterans. Try this trio of distinctive rock acts on Monday, September 25 at Metro Music Corridor. Tickets for the 21+ present are $30 and might be discovered at Doorways open at 7 p.m. (EA)


Durry, future.exboyfriend @ Kilby Courtroom 9/26
TikTok has been a consolation to many over the previous two years – hours spent scrolling, searching for fun because the world descended into chaos. Many have additionally made careers on the app, turning into content material creators or new bands to observe. Such is the case with sister musical duo, Durry. Austin and Taryn Durry joined forces and have become standard on TikTok with their monitor “Who’s Laughing Now.” Austin had performed in one other band, however it by no means actually took off the best way he hoped. “All of it ended up being a degree of stress. Like, ‘Did I waste my youth on these items?’ It is ironic that feeling that and coping with that’s what launched the profession that I’ve all the time needed to have,” Austin mentioned. MPLS St. Paul Journal in July. Austin had an enormous tour along with his outdated band scheduled for 2020, however when that was taken away and he moved in along with his dad and mom, he had to determine life with out a band. As Austin toyed with new musical concepts, he sought Taryn’s recommendation and the connection blossomed right into a inventive group. Taryn by no means deliberate on being in a band, however since they labored collectively extra, she loved creating music along with her brother. Expertise Durry with their distinctive model of nostalgic indie rock at Kilby Courtroom on Monday, September 26 at 7 p.m. Tickets for the present for all ages are $13 and might be discovered at (EA)