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Listen Up Denver and Park House Present: “SOULFAX SESSIONS”

| March 13, 2013 | 0 Comments
Listen Up Denver and Park House Present: “SOULFAX SESSIONS”

Featuring members of Great American Taxi, YAMN, The Congress. Fox Street Allstars, Kinetix, The Whales, Robbie Peoples and many more of the best young bands in Denver, SoulFax Sessions kicked off in January and the event is steadily building steam.   For the last two months,  SoulFax Sessions  has brought together a staggering group of talented musicians from some […]

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The Fray’s Joe King Taking it Solo!

| March 5, 2013 | 0 Comments
The Fray’s Joe King Taking it Solo!

by Jenn Cohen Photo courtesy of iTunes Joe King. Guitarist, back-up vocalist, solo artist? Yep. Today, King, donning, “more sweat in his armpits than normal,” released his first solo single on iTunes, “Need a Woman by Friday” (featuring Trombone Shorty). “I knew it was going live last night on iTunes, and it just didn’t feel […]

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V-Day Metal Massacre at The Roxy Theater

| March 1, 2013 | 0 Comments
V-Day Metal Massacre at The Roxy Theater

by Axe photo credit Mark Palmer Tucked away in redeveloping Five Points, the Roxy Theater (2549 Welton Street) is becoming one of Denver’s favorite venues. Under new management for roughly two years, the Roxy is dedicatedly supportive of underground hip-hop and metal performers. The small staff are friendly, and the pours more generous than comparable […]

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Ott & The All-Seeing I-Review

| March 1, 2013 | 0 Comments
Ott & The All-Seeing I-Review

by Joel Center Despite the electronic uprising that has taken Denver, and much of the music scene, by storm, there are still some lifelong supporters of full bands that refuse to encourage solo producers. Even the most beautifully inspiring sounds – if created by one man behind a computer – are given less respect by […]

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Bop Skizzum’s 2013 Nerd Prom @ Summit Music Hall

| February 28, 2013 | 0 Comments
Bop Skizzum’s 2013 Nerd Prom @ Summit Music Hall

    by Harrison Welshimer photo credit: Smile High Memories Summit Music Hall hosted the 2nd Annual Nerd Prom Friday night, which was packed with nerds decked out in all their geeky glory. Summit has become a local hotspot since it opened in the summer of 2010, hosting a variety of local indie bands, as well as known […]

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CMB Goes to the Grammys!

| February 28, 2013 | 0 Comments
CMB Goes to the Grammys!

by Torch The Lumineers, a Colorado band, were up for a Best New Artist and Best Americana Album awards at the Grammys, but little known few other Colorado artists were also nominated. Peter Cater was up for Best New Age album, and a collection of Colorado, national, and yes international, musicians got together and made a children’s […]

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No Bragging Rights at the Summit Music Hall 2/10

| February 23, 2013 | 0 Comments
No Bragging Rights at the Summit Music Hall 2/10

  By Max Giffin On February 10th, southern-rock metalcore band Every Time I Die headlined Denver’s Summit Music Hall. Playing alongside them was The Acacia Strain, Vanna, Hundredth, and opening band No Bragging Rights. No Bragging Rights takes a different approach to hardcore music. Instead of the typical anger associated with that genre, they strive […]

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Chris Daniels is going to the 2013 Grammy Awards!

| January 1, 2013 | 0 Comments
Chris Daniels is going to the 2013 Grammy Awards!

by Torch Chris Daniels is a co-songwriter and a featured soloist on Jumping Jazz Kids. The album is nominated for the Children’s Album of the Year. CMB: How did you get started in this type of project? CD: I have known and worked with Mark Oblinger for years. We worked together on the Spark album, […]

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Durango Songwriters EXPO 2012

| November 1, 2012 | 0 Comments
Durango Songwriters EXPO 2012

by Torch According to Jim Attebery, the organizer of the Durango Songwriters Expo, “The expo is a multi-genre opportunity to get heard by top music industry pros from LA, Nashville, New York, film, and TV supervisors. This is the premiere event of its kind in the country. At this event last year, two pop artists […]

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An Interview with Jonathan Lee–Life After Novus Folium

| November 1, 2012 | 0 Comments
An Interview with Jonathan Lee–Life After Novus Folium

Interview by Finn Story by Tim Wenger Those who have been following the Denver music scene over the past few years have undoubtedly heard of Novus Folium. They have also probably heard some variation on the story of the band’s demise. MileHighUnderground.com and Colorado Music Buzz got Novus front man, Jonathan Lee, to come on […]

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