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Upcoming events

Posted on: May 27th, 2011 by Alex Powelson No Comments

On Friday, Phil Forte will be playing with the Lovecapades and Jesse Hart. Then on Saturday, Prime Time Real Estate, Auditory Disposition, Lycanthrope, Renegade and Camel in the Headlights will be performing. You can always look at our calendar to see what else is going on around Provo.

Check out our videos of Phil Forte and Prime Time Real Estate, and subscribe to our YouTube channel so you can keep up with our videos.

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Mindy Gledhill and Meaghan Smith will be playing the next concert in the Rooftop Concert Series on Friday, June 3. In related news about free concerts, the line-up for Salt Lake City’s Twilight Concert Series was recently announced.

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Divine Comedy performed at Muse Music Cafe

Posted on: May 27th, 2011 by Alex Powelson 1 Comment

On Thursday, May 19, BYU’s Divine Comedy performed some sketches at Muse. They kicked things off by throwing out glow sticks to the audience, and then they went right into their skits. Topics ranged from awkward first dates to songs that make terrible things seem ok.

Below are some photos from this event; click to enlarge and use the arrow keys to scroll through.

Jon Schmidt records new music video at Muse Music Cafe

Posted on: May 19th, 2011 by Alex Powelson 1 Comment

Jon Schmidt and Steven Sharp Nelson recorded their new video, Michael meets Mozart, at Muse Music Cafe after bad weather conditions changed their plans to shoot outside in Salt Lake City. The entire video was recorded on Tuesday, May 10.

Check out our photos from the video shoot, and watch the video below:

May 12 & 13 show recap

Posted on: May 19th, 2011 by Alex Powelson No Comments

On Thursday, May 12, Muse hosted a hip-hop show featuring MC Pigpen, Pat Maine, Chance Lewis, Apt, Venom and Arhythmatik.

MC Pigpen is located in Salt Lake City, Utah, and he is working on an album with Pat Maine, also from Salt Lake. Chance Lewis, Apt and Arhythmatik are all located in Provo, and Venom is from Orem.

Then on Friday, May 13, electronic acts Gigawhat and Dream Eater played along with Jason Tidwell and Tess Bybee.

Muse’s Battle of the Bands: The Final Post

Posted on: May 14th, 2011 by Alex Powelson No Comments

The five bands that competed in our final night of Battle of the Bands were: Amiamo, The Old World, Fatigi, Prime Time Real Estate and Please Be Human.

Amiamo took third place, The Old World was second and Fatigi (who brought their “band mascot,” Fatiguy) took first place.

The judges were:

John-Ross Boyce of John-Ross Boyce and His Troubles and former columnist for inyourspeakers.com.

Adam Hochhalter a.k.a. APT, who coined the phrase “Hundred Block.”

Sterling Beck of the Provo City Council, who is also B Money’s neighbor.

Provo Rooftop Concert Series on May 6

Posted on: May 7th, 2011 by Alex Powelson No Comments

Emily Brown, Paul Jacobsen and the Madison Arm, and Fictionist played the first concert of the Rooftop Concert Series, which will continue through the summer. The next concert is on June 3 with Meaghan Smith and Mindy Gledhill.

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Muse’s Battle of the Bands: Night five

Posted on: May 7th, 2011 by Alex Powelson No Comments

Please Be Human, Glass Arrow, The Howitzers and Stereotype Inc all played night five of our battle of the bands. Congratulations to Please Be Human, Friday night’s winners. The five bands competing on Saturday will be: Amiamo, The Old World, Fatigi, Prime Time Real Estate and Please Be Human.

Stay tuned to see our coverage of the Rooftop Concert Series.

Muse’s Battle of the Bands: Night four

Posted on: May 6th, 2011 by Alex Powelson No Comments

The Blue Aces, Prime Time Real Estate, The Crylics and Seven Second Sunset battled it out on Thursday night. Prime Time Real Estate won night four with their raps about Neville Longbottom, cheese and medieval times. Click on the photos below to see full images and scroll through, and watch Prime Time Real Estate rap about Neville Longbottom below.

Muse’s Battle of the Bands: Night Three

Posted on: May 6th, 2011 by Alex Powelson No Comments

Glassgun, The Playground Bandits, Ultraviolet Catastrophe and Fatigi played our third night of Battle of the Bands. Click the photos below to see full images and scroll through, and watch a video of Wednesday night’s winner, Fatigi.

Muse’s Battle of the Bands: Night Two

Posted on: May 6th, 2011 by Alex Powelson 2 Comments

Tuesday night’s bands were: Renegade, Waters Rising, The Old World and Wolves. The Old World won and will be playing on Saturday night, and you can watch a video of them below.
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