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The Shaky Experience Episode 5: Noise Of The Heart

The Shaky Experience Episode 5: Noise Of The Heart

Today on Episode 5 of The Shaky Experience , our host James Richard Lane, invites us into a portal of noise, garage, and grunge music. The tunes played invokes  the shake and move factor inside of your body. The varieties of musicians played thrills the anatomy of the human body to want more. The Shaky […]

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 […]

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