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The Knew Drop “Knew” 7 Inch

| June 1, 2015
The Knew Drop “Knew” 7 Inch

The Knew just dropped a new 7 inch, the latest push from these Denver indie rock veterans. Pick it up at theknew.com. Here is the story of the recording, and the band’s summer plans. CMB: What is your take on 7 inch records as opposed to other forms of media for releasing your music?  TB: We […]

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Higher Ground Music Festival Artist Preview: Be Calm Honcho

| June 1, 2015
Higher Ground Music Festival Artist Preview: Be Calm Honcho

by Tim Wenger Be Calm Honcho is an act to be seen. The band has been putting the pedal to the metal with constant touring pushed by constant social media promotion and a memorable stage show. The music is a modern blend of indie and west coast pop and they are gaining a reputation as […]

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Early Mornings and Late Nights with The Lemons

| June 1, 2015
Early Mornings and Late Nights with The Lemons

by Michael Madden It was 5.30 when he arrived. The day’s dying light was giving way to the more customary Chicago chill as the regulars followed the sun’s lead, and slowly exited the Parts and Labor bar. Against the backdrop of the fading haze entered Chris Kramer. His denim clad arms clung tightly to the […]

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Caramel Carmela Doing Something Fresh For Denver

| May 1, 2015
Caramel Carmela Doing Something Fresh For Denver

by Tim Wenger Caramel Carmela just might be the one band that has the ability to cast a different light on Denver’s music scene to the rest of the country. Instead of the usual indie-folk-PBR-fedora scene that can never seem to give Broadway (or Colfax, or downtown) a break, these guys are a modern blip […]

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Cactopus Home in Durango For Summer, Working on New Full-Length

| May 1, 2015
Cactopus Home in Durango For Summer, Working on New Full-Length

by Dana Mastrangelo Locals are thrilled Durango native band Cactopus is returning to Colorado for the summer, having recently moved to Austin. The dark and whimsical art-rock four piece has a talent of producing music with a multitude of different influences. Each song has the capacity to incorporate various genres into one cohesive sound, from […]

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Syke 96 Are Rather Experienced, For Young’ens

| May 1, 2015
Syke 96 Are Rather Experienced, For Young’ens

by Charlie Sullivan Four years ago I had the opportunity to sit down chat with these lads: two were still in middle school, one was in high school, and the band name was Synergy.  Now the band name is Syke Ninety Six, Josh Rock (guitar, keys, vocals) and Ryan Teater (bass, keys)  are high school […]

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OK Go’s Tim Nordwind Talks Hunger Ghosts and How The Band Created a Multi-Media Empire

| April 21, 2015
OK Go’s Tim Nordwind Talks Hunger Ghosts and How The Band Created a Multi-Media Empire

by Tim Wenger You’ve heard of OK Go. Their music videos are a spectacle in and of themselves, and have come to serve as the perfect representation of a band making a name for themselves purely on their own  slightly neurotic, but always hilarious, terms. They perform outstandingly athletic treadmill acrobatics in their music video […]

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Red Bull Sound Select Brings Hot Shows for Low Price

| April 6, 2015
Red Bull Sound Select Brings Hot Shows for Low Price

by Tim Wenger If you follow the show scene here in Denver, you have probably heard about Red Bull Sound Select and the jam-packed shows they have been throwing around town. Many of Denver’s current hot acts such as The Yawpers, Tokimonsta  and others have been featured at the shows. The next event is April […]

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Between The Covers: Who is Driving Your Bus?

| April 1, 2015
Between The Covers: Who is Driving Your Bus?

by Torch Who is driving your bus? A man was flying along and decided to take his life and the lives of 150 other people with him. Life is short and sometimes shorter than expected. You could be sitting in your New York apartment and suddenly the building explodes; now everything you had is gone. […]

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Roniit Drops New Video, Working Hard In LA

| April 1, 2015
Roniit Drops New Video, Working Hard In LA

by Tim Wenger Last summer, CMB reported on the opening of a Los Angeles office by Denver-based music placement company Lyric House. A boldly progressive move that appears to be panning out well for Jessica Cole and her crew, but one that also took one of the Mile High City’s most unique performance artists out […]

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