“God I Have So Many Things To Tell You” by Teitur


“Point of Disgust” by LOW for BYU TV’s AUDIO-FILES

Coming in April 2012.

“Tamed” by Paper Route for BYU TV’s AUDIO-FILES

Coming in April 2012. Paper Route are releasing their sophomore major label album The Peace of Wild Things this year on Universal Motown.

Paper Route have toured with Paramore in 2008 and 2009 and Owl City and LIGHTS in 2010.

“Home” by The Moth & The Flame (Unsigned)

The Moth & The Flame are a fast rising group from Provo, Utah. They include Parlor Hawk keyboardist Mark Garbett, former Imagine Dragons drummer Andrew Tolman, producer Nate Pyfer, and singer Brandon Robbins.

The group have performed with Imagine Dragons (Interscope), Fictionist (Atlantic), LOW (Sub Pop), Cobra Starship (Fueled By Ramen/Decaydance), All Time Low (Interscope), Martin of Boys Like Girls (Columbia), Iyaz (Reprise), Downtown Fiction (Photo Finish), Shontelle (Universal), Joshua James (Northplatte), and many more.

Their debut album How We Woke Up is making a solid splash for it’s impeccable production.  The album’s artwork is by award winning graphic artist Andrew Capener.  And, the album is only available as a hardcopy to preserve the artistic value of the record (not available on iTunes, Amazon, etc).


Imagine Dragons AUDIO-FILES Promo

Coming April 2012 to BYUTV Imagine Dragons will be the pilot episode for indie-rock show AUDIO-FILES.

Other revealed acts also being featured include LOW (Sub Pop), Paper Route (Universal Motown), and Joshua James (Northplatte).

Purchase Imagine Dragons’ Continued Silence EP here

Imagine Dragons are now on tour with Australian group The Jezabels (#2 AUS).  They just finished a stint of 10 performances at SXSW Festival 2012.  These included the mtvU Woodie Awards Festival, FILTER magazine party, Rachael Ray party, Universal Music’s FRYE DAYS party, The Roxy’s Official Showcase, and several others for MTV, etc.

Imagine Dragons Release Continued Silence EP (EXCELLENT)

CONTINUED SILENCE is Imagine Dragons’ first major label release since signing to Interscope Records and the Kid In A Korner imprint owned by GRAMMY winning producer Alex Da Kid (Eminem, Rihanna, Paramore, U2).  Alex Da Kid produced the EP and Joe LaPorta (Foo Fighters, Tiesto, Moby, Vampire Weekend) mastered the album which was recorded at the historic Westlake Recording Studios in LA.

The single being released is entitled “It’s Time”.   Purchase the album on iTunes or Amazon.

Imagine Dragons have won four back to back battles of the bands and opened for multiplatinum artists as well as buzzing indie artists including Weezer, JET, Interpol, Blue October, Foster The People, The Temper Trap, Neon Trees, O.A.R, Awolnation, Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros, Kelly Clarkson, and more.  They are slated to perform at SXSW Music Festival in March after performing five showcases there in 2010.  They have also performed at Bergenfest (Norway), Sunset Strip Music Festival (LA), New Noise Music Festival, Bite of Las Vegas Music Festival, and more.

Imagine Dragons Behind The Scenes of the “It’s Time” Music Video

“Winter Moon” by Mindy Gledhill


Imagine Dragons announced today that they have signed to major label Interscope Records and KidInaKorner which is the imprint operated by GRAMMY producer Alex Da Kid (Eminem, Rhianna, Paramore).  They band is working with Alex Da Kid and preparing another elevating albums worth of material.

If you haven’t heard of this powerhouse rock group it would be good to check them out.  You would probably enjoy their dance-worthy tracks including It’s Time, Destination, Tokyo, Cover Up, and more.  They have raised the bar for talent in rock and roll.

Imagine Dragons were heralded by every major Las Vegas publication, invited to play festivals as far away as Norway, and won 4 battles of the bands in Las Vegas and Utah.

Glad Christmas Tidings feat. David Archuleta

David Archuleta was the guest vocalist who performed with “America’s Choir” The Mormon Tabernacle Choir at their Christmas concert last year.  The album and DVD/Blue Ray has now been released.  By all accounts this is a tremendous performance.