On Thursday November 17, 2016, DJ Nix Beat was invited back to guest host on DJ Forgotten Boy’s —AKA Josh Price of Josh and Ian and Primitive Program — University of Utah’s K-UTE Radio program Rock n’ Roll Radio. Armed with a selection from his collection of LP’s and 45’s. DJ Nix Beat descended on the college radio program to share songs by Newtown Neurtoics, Lene Lovich, The Briefs, The Moderns, The Tubes, The Stranglers, The Damned, The Clash and much more. The program ran from 1pm to 3pm on November 17, but you can catch the program in it’s entirety below….
For more of DJ Forgotten Boy’s Rock n’ Roll Radio Show, check him out on K-UTE Radio on Tuesday and Thursday 1pm to 3pm.
The Freak Out is an all vinyl DJ night that is held on the first and third Saturday of the month at The Republican in Salt Lake City, Utah.The night is meant to inspire from the crypts of our DJ’s who break out top selections of the rawest and most criminal elements of Punk, Junkshop Glam, Bubblegum, Power Pop, Garage and Mod. One can surely expect the chills and thrills of volatile hits and misses from the likes of 999, The Clash, The Stranglers, Purple Hearts, The Strangeloves, Slade, The Sweet, The Damned, Ex-Cult, Fashionsim, Giuda, Faz Waltz, The Cute Lepers, The Briefs and much more!!
Hosting this mess of a party is DJ Nix Beat with guests like the infamous Portland, Oregon DJ Andy Maximum aka Andy Mehos and Salt Lake’s own DJ Eric Jenson.
Everyone is welcome. Regular attendees are the curious and sensational outcasts, misfits, rockers ,rollers punkers, romantics and idealistic rebels. Most of all though, remember, it’s a night for you and your wild and uncontrollable imagination and angsty desires. We at the Freak Out seek to entertain and most of all cultivate a community of the like-minded. So, cum down and Freak Out!!
It’ll be a night of only the best and worst choices to make on a Saturday Night. So dress up and cum check out The Freak Out at The Republcian
DJ Nix Beat was invited to DJ for Salt Lake City’s 1st Rock n’ Roll Swap meet. The swap meet was put on by Kate Wheadon and held at the Indian Walk in center (120 1300 S, Salt Lake City, UT 84115) . The swap meet attracted a wide variety of people, booth young and old, who enjoyed a diverse array of booths offering vast collections of rock n’ roll memorabilia such as records, clothes, instruments, collectibles and more!
Check out the link to see photos of April 2016’a Rock n’ Roll Swap Meet, taken by Jon Tamkin.
Nick Kuzmack—easily recognizable as the tall, slim, fashionable figure whom you no doubt have seen in record stores, at shows or onstage—has a presence that commands (and in equal parts demands) attention. Kuzmack has, since his birth, been surrounded by a wealth of culture and passion. “I was raised on the legacy of the original greasers from the ’50s and the mods from the ’60s,” he says.
Read the full article about Nix Beat published @ SLUG Magazine!!
SALT LAKE CITY, June 19, 2015 – SLUG Presents SLUG Magazine‘s 16th annual Summer of Death skate series, taking its first contest of the summer to Banzai Skatepark in Lindon on June 20, 2015, the day before Go Skate Day!!
Free Registration starts at 2 p.m.
Contest goes from 3 – 5 p.m.
Awards at 5:30 p.m
Visit summerofdeath.com for updates and details on info. The contest is sponsored by Blue Plate Diner, Board of Provo, INI Cooperative, Jaybird, Milo, Monster, Saga, Salty Peaks and SLUG Magazine. The contest music is provided by Nix Beat.
For more information, contact:
Angela H. Brown
About SLUG Magazine: SLUG (Salt Lake UnderGround) Magazine is a free, regional publication based out of Salt Lake City, Utah, delivering uncompromising coverage of music, art, action sports and underground subculture. SLUG distributes 30,000 issues on the first Friday of every month and can be found “anyplace cool.” In addition, SLUG hosts a variety of award-winning community events such as SLUG Games, Summer of Death, Craft Lake City and Localized. February 2015 marked the Magazine’s 26th anniversary, making SLUG one of the oldest independent zines in the nation that continues to publish regularly. Visit slugmag.com to view photo galleries, read online exclusive content and read through digital copies of every issue ever published.
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