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Kerry Pastine and The Crime Scene- Let’s Do This Thing

| September 1, 2015
Kerry Pastine and The Crime Scene- Let’s Do This Thing

by Thom Jackson You’d be hard-pressed to find a genre of music who’s culture is more of a cornucopia than rockabilly. The style draws both fans and influence from everything from punk rockers to honky-tonkin’ cowboys, and while the traditional style has been around the block for over a half-century now, there are bands still […]

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The Dirt Underneath Mike Cooley of the Drive By Truckers

| September 1, 2015
The Dirt Underneath Mike Cooley of the Drive By Truckers

words and photo by Luca Montana Nearly 30 years ago within the city lines of Muscle Shoals, two close friends from the great state of Alabama, Patterson Hood and Mike Cooley formed a band called “Adam’s House Cat”. Ambitious yet very young their tenor with Adam’s House Cat was short lived and Hood and Cooley […]

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Augustus- Into Frames

| September 1, 2015
Augustus- Into Frames

by Tim Wenger Boulder’s Augustus has dropped what we’d consider to be Colorado’s strongest pysch-rock/mashup album of 2015. Everything from bluegrass to folk and the occasional slam of the rock hammer can be found on the band’s new release Into Frames. Emotional lyrics stray from tear-jerking sorrow to reflective happiness. Allowing the trifecta of guitar, […]

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Bloodstrike- In Death We Rot

| September 1, 2015
Bloodstrike- In Death We Rot

by Thom Jackson Not every day does the Denver scene get a good take on death metal. It often seems too diluted. Not this time. Bloodstrike put out their debut record In Death We Rot in August and it is sure to have even non-metalheads grooving. Rapid-fire drum beats, ripping guitar lines and demonic vocals […]

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Izcalli- Izcalli III

| September 1, 2015
Izcalli- Izcalli III

by Tim Wenger Let’s put it bluntly here- Izcalli is the freshest thing to happen in Denver’s indie rock scene in the last two years. I’ve been working on my Spanish lately, and the group’s new record Izcalli III is now to going to be on repeat in my car while I memorize the lyrics […]

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Divide Zero’s Ty Lord Breaks Out Solo Career

| September 1, 2015
Divide Zero’s Ty Lord Breaks Out Solo Career

by Tim Wenger Divide Zero was a band very similar to Jack Flash: Here in an instant, garnering attention, stealing looks from the ladies, and kicking some major ass- then poof, vanished, leaving the starry-eyed masses to wonder when (and even if) they’ll make their next heart-wrenching appearance. The band’s pop-punk fury crashed head-on with […]

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Haunted Fest Announces 2015 Lineup And Texas, Colorado Expansions

| September 1, 2015
Haunted Fest Announces 2015 Lineup And Texas, Colorado Expansions

(Columbus, OH) – Prime Social Group is pleased to announce the lineup for Haunted Fest Columbus and its expansions into the Dallas, Texas and Boulder, Colorado markets. After a wildly successful first year in Ohio, PSG is taking Haunted Fest on the road for a fantastic nationwide Halloween celebration. On Friday October 30th all 3 […]

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Indigenous Robot Drop New Video, Share Thoughts on Touring

| September 1, 2015
Indigenous Robot Drop New Video, Share Thoughts on Touring

by Tim Wenger Denver psych-rockers Indigenous Robot have done quite a bit for an independent band. They have been to Japan, as well as around this country and are constantly working to engage their audience and increase their reach. The group’s latest effort is a video for the show “In A Dream,” which the band […]

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Taos Mesa Brewing to Hold Awards Ceremony Celebrating Regional Musicians

| September 1, 2015
Taos Mesa Brewing to Hold Awards Ceremony Celebrating Regional Musicians

  On October 11, local musicians from Colorado, New Mexico, and Arizona will be honored at the Independent Music Awards, taking place at Taos Mesa Brewing in El Prado, New Mexico. The event will feature live performances as well as an awards ceremony. This will be the ceremony’s third year, with over 200 artists from […]

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The Manager’s Corner-September

| September 1, 2015
The Manager’s Corner-September

by Chris Daniels I’ve managed my own band for 31 years and I’m in the Colorado Music Hall of Fame. All that’s nice – but today’s music business is changing at light-speed and you have to be more engaged in the ‘biz’ than ever. Some things have not changed, careers are built on some tried […]

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