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Glass Delirium to Play “Biggest Show Yet”

| August 1, 2014 | 0 Comments
Glass Delirium to Play “Biggest Show Yet”

Denver locals Glass Delirium will be playing what is being billed as their “Biggest Show Yet”!!  That’s right they’ll be playing the Gothic on August 30, 2014.  They’ll have a film crew present to shoot the show for an upcoming video and they’ve hired Denver Special FX to do the lighting and visuals.  They’re looking […]

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Why Jazz Matters- Track 5

| August 1, 2014 | 0 Comments
Why Jazz Matters- Track 5

by Norm Provizer This month, drummer Ginger Baker celebrates his 75th birthday. From the perspective of the 1960s, when Baker propelled Cream (the first rock super group with Baker, Eric Clapton and Jack Bruce) and Blind Faith (with Steve Winwood and Clapton), the very idea that the drummer, who had a lot of habits, would […]

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Local Rapper Savior Overcomes Autism

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Local Rapper Savior Overcomes Autism

by Tim Wintemute Artist Justin Fisher aka Savior is making a name for himself as a local battle rapper with Kush n’ Koffin battle league. As a an artist, Savior has also played local venues including the Fox Theatre, Lion’s Lair, Cervantes, the Roxy Theatre and various small clubs and house parties in Colorado. From […]

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Hatch The Bird- The Wait

| August 1, 2014 | 0 Comments
Hatch The Bird- The Wait

by Tim Wenger The Wait, the debut album from local blues-rockers Hatch The Bird, cracked in May. Since then, the record has been taking listeners back to a time when quality lyricism combined with melodic, hard-hitting guitar lines to create an alt-rock sound that doesn’t just sound good, it paints a picture in the listener’s […]

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National Featured A-Side- Junko Beat

| August 1, 2014 | 0 Comments
National Featured A-Side- Junko Beat

by Thom Jackson Jamtronica is a genre that goes over very well here in Colorado, and New Orleans’ Junko Beat will be bringing the sound to our fair state this month. Mellow but symbiotic, easy listening but danceable, the music is made to appeal to the stoner dance crowd, the Cervantes type, who are currently […]

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The Bunny Gang- Thrive

| August 1, 2014 | 0 Comments
The Bunny Gang- Thrive

by Tim Wenger The masses are finally being treated to new music from The Bunny Gang, invoking an immediate feeling almost as euphoric as the album itself. Entitled Thrive, Nathen Maxwell and his diverse crew take the free-thinking punk rock mentality and infuse it with the inspiration of a Reggae upstrokes, melodica, and solid lead […]

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Taking Canyon- Eyes on the Prize

| August 1, 2014 | 0 Comments
Taking Canyon- Eyes on the Prize

by Tim Wenger In Denver, Taking Canyon’s new record Eyes on the Prize is a much needed circle in the square for the Ronnie Radke generation. Choosing the stay true to the pop-punk roots of the early 2000’s instead of the screamo-metal-wackjob music that replaced the genre’s place in the hears of rebel teens, Taking […]

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SMASH Music Management Bills Two Bandwagon 5 Finalists in Longmont for Fundraiser

| August 1, 2014 | 0 Comments
SMASH Music Management Bills Two Bandwagon 5 Finalists in Longmont for Fundraiser

by Tim Wenger The music business is all about networking. To the chagrin of most of the music business, networking often involves a fair amount of partying, exactly what took place at Dicken’s Opera House in Longmont on Friday, July 18. Steele & Colfax from Denver and Jack & Jill from Grand Junction, both finalists […]

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Band Introduction: Liberation

| August 1, 2014 | 0 Comments
Band Introduction: Liberation

by Tim Wintemute The local five piece Reggae/Rock/Hip-Hop band Liberation is making waves in Colorado. For the last few months they have played around the Front range and recently opened for P-Nuckle. The was started by Lead Singer and Guitarist Jordan Armijo and Bass player Hurley Sammon who merged their respective solo projects to form […]

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Jack + Jill Making Name from Western Slope

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Jack + Jill Making Name from Western Slope

by Tim Wenger The evolution of jam rock and its infusion with other genres has provided modern music with some very diverse bands pulling from its’ basket. In Colorado, we certainly have seen the full gamut of the genre from 20 minute guitar solos to the more modern, alternative takes on the genre such as […]

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