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Sonic Bloom 2012: More Than Just a Music Festival

| July 1, 2012 | 0 Comments
Sonic Bloom 2012: More Than Just a Music Festival

by Joel Center The perfect music festival – it is a topic of much debate amongst promoters, artists, and fans alike. As with nearly all debates, it is the lack of one solid answer that fuels the flame, keeping the argument heated year after year. Without fail, one of the first factors to arise in […]

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Global Dub Festival at Red Rocks

| June 1, 2012 | 0 Comments
Global Dub Festival at Red Rocks

by Corey Blecha Friday, May 18, marked the first dubstep show to go down at “the Rocks” this year, and it was huge! Featuring the likes of Downlink, Datsik, Doctor P, and Flux Pavilion, in addition to Sub.mission residents opening the main stage, and holding down a locals’ stage up top as well, this was […]

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Ping Trace–Flying Under the Radar

| June 1, 2012 | 0 Comments
Ping Trace–Flying Under the Radar

by Charlie Sullivan Electronica artists, Ping Trace, can best be described as epically powerful, ambient, dark, spacious, and a hypnotic hybrid of the electronic genre. The troupe fuses electronic beats and ethereal synths with fine melodies and smooth vocals. Surprisingly, the act has been flying under the local radar. Lynnae Rome (vocals, keyboards) and Steve […]

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NORAD – Changing The Way Denver Does EDM

| June 1, 2012 | 0 Comments
NORAD – Changing The Way Denver Does EDM

by Veronica Lamaak There are a lot of clubs in Denver. They all seem to have something a little different to offer, but in the end, they typically provide the same thing; a dance floor, a sound system (some legit and some not) and a bar. As an avid electronic dance music enthusiast, I have […]

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Laura Brehm: A Walk Through a Record Store

| June 1, 2012 | 0 Comments
Laura Brehm: A Walk Through a Record Store

by Corey Blecha I first met Laura Brehm in a freshman Music Theory class at the College of Arts and Media in Denver. She stood out as one of the best students in the class, with a serious drive to learn everything she could about the music business, and a strong passion for songwriting and […]

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Blockhead and J.WAIL at Cervantes Masterpiece Ballroom

| June 1, 2012 | 0 Comments
Blockhead and J.WAIL at Cervantes Masterpiece Ballroom

by Corey Blecha On May 3, legendary Aesop Rock producer and downtempo superstar, Blockhead, made a stop in Denver on his latest tour. The show included opener and local jamtronica staple, J.WAIL, who co-promoted the event. It is awesome to see local acts taking the DIY route and making things happen for the local scene. […]

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Z-Trip @ the Boulder Theatre

| May 1, 2012 | 0 Comments
Z-Trip @ the Boulder Theatre

by Brett Harker The ‘remix’ is one of the most notable advancements in electronic dance music. Sprouting from a sample, a remix can blossom into an entirely new style of music. The art form has been led by pioneers like Kool Herc and Grandmaster Flash, and perfected by the likes of Fatboy Slim, DJ Shadow, […]

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Breathe Carolina-Interview with Kyle Even

| May 1, 2012 | 0 Comments
Breathe Carolina-Interview with Kyle Even

by: Corey Blecha Local heroes, Breathe Carolina, have made quite an impact with the success of their new album, Hell Is What You Make It. They’ve had a jam-packed touring schedule that has sent them all over the country in recent months, playing to sold-out crowds from California to Florida. With a new single to […]

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Sub.mission Dubstep- Five-Year Anniversary

| May 1, 2012 | 0 Comments
Sub.mission Dubstep- Five-Year Anniversary

by: Corey Blecha This year, to celebrate their 5th Anniversary, Sub.mission Dubstep made history by bringing Deep Medi Musik in from London. From the video mapping, to the sound system, to the artists around the venue, everything came together, creating the ultimate setting to witness some of the best producers in the game perform on […]

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Electric Buzz: An Introduction

| May 1, 2012 | 0 Comments

  by: Corey Blecha Electronic dance music has been a part of America’s culture for over 30 years, and recently there has been a spike in its popularity like we’ve never seen. It has transformed from an underground dance-music community, to a full-fledged mainstream phenomenon. Everywhere you go, EDM music pops up, and some of […]

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