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The Brains Behind Blurred

| July 1, 2012 | 0 Comments
The Brains Behind Blurred

by Steffanie Giesler SGiesler@Coloradomusicbuzz.com Just north of downtown Denver sits an abandoned building. Multi-colored graffiti has marked the walls with tag lines and spray-painted pictures. Broken pieces of wood and other neglected materials cover the ground. Some may label this area as a waste of space, but directors Christopher Dodge and Rosco Guerrero have just […]

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Local Metal band Dissonance in Design goes on Tour

| June 1, 2012 | 1 Comment
Local Metal band Dissonance in Design goes on Tour

by J.A. Campbell www.writerjacampbell.com Local metal band Dissonance in Design is going on tour with Vale of Pnath for their Prodigal Empire Tour. The whirlwind 15-day west-coast tour starts off on June 13 at Moe’s Original BBQ in Englewood, then down to Craig, Colorado. After their Colorado shows, they head to Utah, Nevada, California, Arizona […]

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Glass Delirium

| June 1, 2012 | 0 Comments
Glass Delirium

by Charlie Sullivan Alternative-progressive-hard rockers, Glass Delirium, have been dealing with some major line-up changes throughout the last year, and during the process have evolved into a tenacious musical force. The band has stayed focused on their music and has emerged on the other side of the maelstrom as an able-bodied unit. “We are very […]

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The Yawpers

| June 1, 2012 | 0 Comments
The Yawpers

by Tim Wenger Few bands have climbed the ropes of Colorado’s music scene faster than Boulder’s three-piece Americana rockers the Yawpers. Formed just under a year ago, the band has already landed a relationship with the Vinefield Agency, support from Adventure Records, and will be touring nationally for much of the summer. Not bad for […]

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Rocketspace Rehearsal Studio and Lesson Space Now Open!

| June 1, 2012 | 0 Comments
Rocketspace Rehearsal Studio and Lesson Space Now Open!

  by Sheila Broderick SBroderick@coloradomusicbuzz.com Musicians and bands looking for a fantastic and reasonable practice studio need look no further. Rocketspace, owned and operated by local musician, Kate Innes, opened this last month at 2711 Larimer St. in Denver. has put together four pretty sweet rehearsal studios. Innes plays a big part in the Colorado […]

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Instant Empire, Ready To Bring The House Down

| May 1, 2012 | 0 Comments
Instant Empire, Ready To Bring The House Down

  by Charlie Sullivan Indie rockers, Instant Empire, are quickly becoming a local favorite. Delivering the goods on stage, this act knows how to bring it with finely crafted music, their animated presence, and clean, but heavy, sound. In mid-2010, Scotty Saunders (vocals), posted an ad on Craigslist hoping to find another songwriter, and, as […]

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This War Is Ours Tour at the Summit Music Hall 4/13

| April 21, 2012 | 0 Comments
This War Is Ours Tour at the Summit Music Hall 4/13

Photo Credit Max Giffin By Max Giffin Mgiffin@coloradomusicbuzz.com   Escape The Fate’s This War is Ours Tour hit Denver at the Summit Music Hall on April’s Friday the 13th. The show, also featuring Attack Attack!, The Word Alive, SECRETS, and Mest was a great success. Enough fans turned out to nearly fill the venue, and […]

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Design The Skyline @ Moe’s Original

| April 1, 2012 | 0 Comments
Design The Skyline @ Moe’s Original

by Max Giffin Photo Credit: Max Giffin   Design The Skyline is a 7-piece electronic metal band infamous across the Internet. Since signing to Victory Records last year, the band has been bombarded with controversy. Almost overnight, they became one of the hottest topics in the metal genre. Some deem them the worst band signed […]

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The Denver Noise Scene

| April 1, 2012 | 0 Comments
The Denver Noise Scene

  by Joel Center Just when I thought I had gotten a little sample of everything the Denver music scene has to offer, I was proven wrong. My moment of astonishment came as a result of Gorinto, the Mercury Café’s weekly “Experimental Food and Music” event. Now, while some connotations, and even stigmas, of the […]

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Morning Sock Studios

| April 1, 2012 | 0 Comments
Morning Sock Studios

by Tim Wenger Maybe they are really on to something here; ready to change the way the music business presents itself to potential customers. Maybe they are the digital age’s version of backyard graphic design. And maybe, they have been enjoying too many boat drinks and are unable to find their way to land, refusing […]

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