Denver’s Land Lines occupy a truly unique headspace upon listening, which can only be described as “Fresh off the boat from Chilligan’s Island”. The Mile High trio, comprised of Martina … Read More
It’s that time of the year again, folks. The holidays are upon us. There’s a nip in the air, eggnog is in your favorite grocers’ freezer, and THAT DAMN MARIAH … Read More
BRIDGES may easily (and quite erroneously) get lumped in with every other current metal/hardcore band playing out today, but this does them no justice. Shifting between the audible snarl and … Read More
North of Pueblo, the fantastic new radio show from Colorado music historian and vintage vinyl junkie Lisa Wheeler, is my new hour-long obsession; The program, now as of this writing … Read More
Reggie Thompson is a real busy guy. Like really, really ridiculously busy. Between his duties drumming for Colorado Springs indie rock darlings We Are Not A Glum Lot (recent winners … Read More
“Life is for the living. Death is for the dead. Let life be like music. And death a note unsaid.” – Langston Hughes
Heavy title, huh? Death. The “Big Sleep”. The Final Exit. What … Read More
PULP talks touring, killer van names and that new J. Cole hotness with Colorado Springs very own Tigerwine.
I meet up with the members of Tigerwine at a decidedly … Read More
Ahh, the great American Road Trip; There’s really nothing quite like it. The feel of the tires on the road, the beautiful sights and sounds of American all around; In … Read More
With their first major label debut, Years & Years was expected to do a lot with their album, Communion, but I’m afraid to say it, there were moments of lackluster … Read More
With a knack for beat production, Ta-ku is a self-taught producer, who has mastered the art of musical composition. In a market with thousands of other top producers making instrumentals, … Read More
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