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Eat The Sun Provide New Take on Prog Rock

| April 1, 2014 | 0 Comments
Eat The Sun Provide New Take on Prog Rock

by Charlie Sullivan Some people might call this a musician’s band, I call it great music and a gratifying listening experience.  Denver’s experimental/prog/math rockers Eat The Sun bring the music to you in a way most musicians often ponder in their minds.  The crew starts you out fast and pretty and eases you into a […]

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Traitors to the Queen

| April 1, 2014 | 0 Comments
Traitors to the Queen

by the Swami Swami@ColoradoMusicBuzz.com A very solid new band has begun it’s emergence into our burgeoning music scene. Traitors to the Queen EP release showcases a great blend of indie pop that has a commercial quality that is rare to find in newer developing bands these days. A two man show consisting of Nick Larsen […]

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Living TheGoodLife! With Sailor Jerry Rum at the Hideout during XGames

| February 1, 2014 | 0 Comments
Living TheGoodLife!  With Sailor Jerry Rum at the Hideout during XGames

Photo Credit- Craig Wetherby TheGoodLife! Word on the street, the place to be in Aspen last weekend wasn’t all on the slopes for the X-Games, or the over-branded corporate parties; in fact, it was straight-up chilling at Sailor Jerry & TheGoodLife! Hideout. Indisputably, it was the (official) HQ to sip a Hot Buttered Rum, throw down a serious game of dominos, get inked up from Spike […]

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Booomclap Brings their Experimental Beats to Colorado

| October 1, 2013 | 0 Comments
Booomclap Brings their Experimental Beats to Colorado

by Sarah Smith Booomclap, a duo formed two years ago in Oklahoma, stars Chris Combs on guitar, lap steel, synth and keys and Josh Raymer on drums.  I was lucky enough to catch them for one of their shows on the Colorado run, at Quixote’s True Blue.  Booomclap has a solid jazz undertone combined with […]

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The Sound of Altitude’s Review of Higher Ground Music Festival

| September 20, 2013 | 0 Comments
The Sound of Altitude’s Review of Higher Ground Music Festival

Review of Higher Ground Music Festival from The Sound of Altitude

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Jared & The Mill – Exploding into the market with the release of their debut album, Western Expansion,extensive touring and continued connection with the fans

| September 9, 2013 | 0 Comments
Jared & The Mill – Exploding into the market with the release of their debut album, Western Expansion,extensive touring and continued connection with the fans

Jared & The Mill are an explosively captivating Arizona based Indie-Folk outfit who have been expanding their horizons continually since the bands inception. In the past two years, they have brought their talents forward to support acts like Joe Pug, Horsefeathers, Youngblood Hawke, Flogging Molly, Cake and The Killers. They have played in venues throughout the Southwest, including […]

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AZTeC Brings Innovative Trance-Jazz to Boulder

| September 4, 2013 | 0 Comments
AZTeC Brings Innovative Trance-Jazz to Boulder

by Anneke Toomey Approaching the warmly lighted windows and open-air terrace of The Laughing Goat, music wafts out into the street, beguiling, like the aroma of the Fair-Trade coffee brewing inside. I’ve found my destination, my escape from the ordinary weeknight: AZTeC’s live show at this Pearl Street music hub. Not sure what to expect, […]

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August 13 Feature: Potato Pirates

| August 1, 2013 | 0 Comments
August 13 Feature: Potato Pirates

by Clint Boston photo credit Erica Stackhouse As an ex-Social Studies teacher, having a beer with a few former students might sound awkward, but what if—as a failed musician, music junkie and old punk rocker—I could feel “cool” again, and share a moment with Denver locals Potato Pirates as part of the Denver punk scene? […]

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NuPlays.com – A music store for true fans and music aficionados – redesigned and with new features

| July 25, 2013 | 0 Comments
NuPlays.com – A music store for true fans and music aficionados – redesigned and with new features

Now thanks to YouTube and streaming services you have almost all the music in the world for free (or for pennies), it’s time to bring your musical experiences to a new level – and, by the way, pay your idol’s bills. NuPlays.com lets artists and labels easily sell or share their music with extraordinary musical […]

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Jimmy Eat World rocks the Ogden Theatre

| July 24, 2013 | 0 Comments
Jimmy Eat World rocks the Ogden Theatre

by Peter Munteanu   After nearly 20 years, the guys of Jimmy Eat World are still going at it, banging away to their signature guitar pop melodies just like it was 1995. Touring on their recently released 8th studio album “Damage”, Jimmy Eat World took a packed Ogden Theatre by storm Saturday night. The evening […]

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