A mix of old school rap and new, hot beats escaped from the Tivoli’s Turnhalle on Friday evening. Inside, people of all ages stood in circles inviting anyone who felt the rhythm and was in the mood to step to the middle and show off their moves. B-girls and b-boys gathered to prove that break […]
Inside the Orchestra delivers an auditory definition to the meaning of cognitive learning for the younger minds of Denver. Through an immersive experience called The Tiny Tots Program, children ages six and under are prove to get more than just momentary entertainment. The design of the program places budding attendees and proud parents in the […]
Photos by Mikala Redel • firstname.lastname@example.org Take the long hallway toward the Tivoli brewery and follow the half-hidden staircase to the right. Walk down one flight of stairs, past the door to the billiards room, down another flight of stairs and you’ll find a brightly decorated sign that reads, “DIME DENVER.” This basement studio is […]
Concerts seem to have two different kinds of people who attend: People who show up just to see the specific band they paid for and miss the acts beforehand, and then those who show up early to learn about new bands. Of course there is a third kind. The people who just don’t care. Red […]
As a die-hard Kid Cudi fan, I have always admired how unique and distinguished his style can be. His past albums have shown his audience how he can easily transform himself musically in any way he wants. Early in his career, Cudi was known as a hip-hop artist. As the time passed, this Top 5 […]
The 1990s generate a great deal of nostalgia for people spanning all the way from their 20s to their 50s and even older. The ‘90s had many bands that shaped the time and the lives around it. For the Gin Doctors, the main goal was to bring joy and love from the ’90s back to […]
Ever wonder what a wall of Sue Duff looks like or Avery as Hillary Clinton, or how Avery broke up a band or even what it’s like having another red head in the studio? Checkout our latest episode for all of this and more.
South African-born singer-songwriter Dave Matthews performed a solo concert Monday, Oct. 10, at the National Western Complex Stadium Arena in support of Democratic vice presidential candidate Tim Kaine. Matthews’ nearly 30-minute solo set featured Dave Matthews Band staples, “Ants Marching,” “One Sweet World,” and “Satellite.” “Samurai Cop,” a new song which debuted earlier this year, […]