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Concert Photos: AFI

Concert Photos: AFI

Playing a sold out show January 28 at the Gothic Theatre in Englewood, Colorado, A Fire Inside (also known as AFI) performed their new album for flocks of fans. Released a few days prior, AFI (The Blood Album), brought a lot of hype to the show. From Mohawks and all black to crowd surfing and […]

the Decemberists – What a Terrible World, What a Beautiful World.

the Decemberists – What a Terrible World, What a Beautiful World.

Review By: Robert Shea It’s been nearly half a decade since we’ve heard new material from these Portland, Oregon musicians. Last out was the R.E.M. influenced “the King is Dead!”, offering a few great singles as they toured about. The Decemberists continue to draw inspiration from the entire history of rock and/or roll. Now we […]

Jazz-punk Trio “Bustin’ Jieber” to Appear on New Show

Jazz-punk Trio “Bustin’ Jieber” to Appear on New Show

“Under the Playdar” is a brand new, live Indie Rock show that happens every Friday  from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. mountain time on Kmet Radio. Host Lindsay  Houghton hails from a background of working with bands for Tangaroo Entertainment; managing, promoting and just being generally immersed in new and especially local-Colorado Indie Rock goodness. For her first […]

Review: Difference by StaG

On March 13, the Los Angeles-based quartet StaG released its brand new full-length, Difference. Noted in the “about” section of the group’s Bandcamp page, this album is about self-acceptance. Although accepting yourself can be, well, challenging, embracing this 14-track epic is much easier. From the effortless, sequencer-driven opener, “Too Late Now,” to a synth-laden cut […]

Panal S.A. de C.V.

When the Sasquatch Music Festival started in 2002, one of its strongest selling points was its setting. The Gorge is a beautiful outdoor amphitheater perched on a grassy hill overlooking the Columbia River in the small town of George, Wash. Unlike the harsh, desert-like conditions of Coachella or the hellish, sweaty environment of Bonnaroo — […]

Nathaniel Rateliff

[media-credit id=23 align=”alignnone” width=”600″][/media-credit]A few years back, Nathaniel Rateliff was a local songsmith that rarely played gigs outside of Denver. But now that he’s become a world-renowned singer-songwriter, Rateliff has been touring constantly. On April 12, Rateliff will play the Summit Music Hall on behalf of “The Revival Tour.” This special tour, which was created […]

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