Author Archives: anthonyambriz

The Revolution Sessions

The Crate Dwellers are made up of 6 turntablist djs: Soulkutts, Abstrak, SkratchMo, Chuonwax, Electronic Battleship, and 7even8ight9ine. They have over 10 years of experience djing: Hip Hop Shows, Bboy Jams, Concerts, and Exclusive Showcases. They’ve done shows with Gift of Gab, Bone Thugs & Harmony, and International Bboys. They’re respected all over Utah and are seen as the best turntablist djs in the state.-Urban Media

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Phaya: Song For Japan

If you’ve been to a dance party in Utah County or Salt Lake County you’ve probably seen a stylish Haitian on a stage telling people to drop it low, put their hands in the air, or get up! You probably know his name and even know how to spell it, P H A Y A. Read the rest of this entry

Hip Hop on 100 Block

100 Block needs an official website.

Chance Lewis and Apt did it again, bringing live Hip Hop to Provo at Muse Music Cafe. The variety and styles of the performers keeps the show interesting and full of energy. The shows that Lewis puts together gives new artist the opportunity to perform and get the experience, exposure, and audience they need to take their music to the next level, meaning out of the studio (living room, bedroom, and basement) and into a crowd of hungry hip hop heads. Read the rest of this entry

Get Amped for Apt!

“Apt is the New Nervous” is the debut single by Apt. If you don’t know who Apt is then you don’t know anything about the Provo Music Scene. Read the rest of this entry

DJ Battle at Muse Music

Most people aren’t aware of the huge Hip Hop scene found in Provo. When people think of “Provo Music” the thoughts that come to mind are a handful of indie rock bands, acoustic guitar players, and the occasional success stories. Read the rest of this entry

Urban Arts Festival 2011

Editor’s Note: This is our 50th post!

This Saturday, May 21, 2011 history will be made in Salt Lake City as the first annual Urban Arts Festival is held at Pierpont Ave Between 300 West and 400 West. From 10AM-9PM the streets will be filled with artists, dancers, musicians, and businesses all representing urban culture to the fullest! Read the rest of this entry