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Gogol Bordello calls themselves “gypsy punk.” The term is right on target because they are a troop of free spirits who jump all night and get the whole crowd to stomp along with them. The band is transnational but was formed in New York City in 1999, after various of the members moved here as…
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I was lucky enough to see the Misfits reunion at Denver’s Riot Fest in 2016. Which, don’t get me wrong, was really fun – but seeing punk bands in a small venue like the Bluebird Theater is a whole different thing. Doyle Wolfgang von Frankenstein brought his band Doyle here to Denver in late 2018 and…
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One of my favorite things is to discover new Denver acts. In the case of Redamancy, the band is very new. Friends and bandmates Bella Musser, Adrian Garay, Andreas Landeck and Jonathan Morningstar joined together less than six months ago … and already have released a four-song EP plus had a headlining show at Lost…
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Before the holidays, I was able to chat with twin brothers, Zach and Charles Weinert. These guys spent many years working on separate musical projects, but in 2014, they joined forces to create MZG. Recently relocated to Colorado, the brothers have wasted no time in making a mark, performing with respected state staples EOTO and…
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I love Christmas music! So much so that I have a very large Christmas music playlist that has evolved over the years to more than 500 songs, and then I made more for every mood. I will probably make more next year too. It’s kind of an addiction. The last one below is all my…
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I really enjoyed my chat with Josh Raven of The Faim earlier this year, so I was really looking forward to seeing them live. They played at the Marquis Theatre recently with Hands Like Houses and it was their first time in Denver. The band took full advantage of having a breakout hit (“Summer Is…
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Note from Aimee: I was out of town for the Underoath shows at the Ogden, so I was thrilled to have my friend and fellow Denver photographer Kate Rose cover them for me. Below are her words and wonderful photos. Be sure to also follow her on Instagram. Have you ever had one of those…
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I wasn’t sure what to expect from Dermot Kennedy’s show at the Summit Music Hall in Denver. The Irish singer/songwriter has taken long strides away from his folkish roots, especially with his latest single “Power Over Me” – which is probably his most “pop” effort to date. Don’t get me wrong, I am not complaining,…
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