Recently, I was contacted by Lance Saunders of S&S Presents, to do some poster work. If you frequent Kilby Court or Urban Lounge, chances are you have been to a S&S event. Lance along with Will Sartain, are the two heads behind S&S AND they happen to own both venues. Yeah, they’re kind of a big deal around the SLC area. The moment I was asked to design a poster, I jumped at the opportunity. You can purchase it poster here.
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Like what you’ve been seeing around these parts? Well, you’re in luck! I just opened the doors to Pattern Daily Prints, please take a look around the shop.
So October was kind of a whirlwind for me. It was full of overwhelming stress and overflowing with many amazing things.
- KRCL’s fall Radiothon took place during early October. Our listeners, as always, came together to raise over $229,000 for the station!!! Woot woot!
- I was interviewed by Gavin Sheehan of Gavin’s Underground (a Salt Lake City Weekly blog), You can read the interview here.
- I was asked by SLUG Magazine (Salt Lake UnderGround) to interview Oliver Ackermann of New York noise-rockers A Place To Bury Strangers. The interview ended up becoming the cover story, you can read it here.
- I was asked by the amazing SLUG Magazine to be involved with “A Dash Of Local Art“, an art show that takes place in conjunction with various local Whole Foods. I jumped at the opportunity and my gig posters were on display at the Sugar House location through October.
- My Sleigh Bells gig poster was featured on the design blog From Up North.
- My husband & I celebrated our seventh wedding anniversary.
- KRCL, KRCL & more KRCL. Every year, KRCL hosts an even called ‘The Polar Jubilee’… it’s basically KRCL’s birthday party. I was delighted to be asked to produce the visuals for this years event. I should mention that the theme of the party changes year to year, last year was a circus theme, this years theme is ‘Surfin’ Safari’.
I need to thank those who kept pushing me, believing in me & kept me on task throughout October. I am truly blessed to be surrounded by you.
I’m back, bring on November!
Three years ago this month I got my hands on a little EP titled Life Of Leisure by Washed Out, the lo-fi electronic bedroom project of Ernest Greene. I pumped a few tracks on my KRCL program and started noticing the listeners were interested in hearing more. Well, thanks to the brilliantly funny comedy series Portlandia, for using Washed Out’s track ‘Feel It All Around’ as the opening theme and sending him down a road to indie success. In 2011 Washed Out signed to Seattle’s Sub Pop label and released the solid album Within Without.
Thursday, September 20th, Washed Out will return to SLC. The fist time through was a sold out show. This time around will be close to a sell out.
Well, summer is quickly coming to a close & it’s time to welcome fall. Fall: the season of Radiothon & me trying to hit a string of shows stopping in town. I’m looking forward to School of Seven Bells who will kick off September with their dream pop that I’m sure will mesmerize me into the extended Labor Day weekend!