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Artist Profile: Mick Jenkins

Artist Profile: Mick Jenkins

Genre classification: Rap, Hip-hop, Acid Jazz, Poetry. Record Label: Cinematic Music Group Mixtapes: The Mickstape (2012)                       The Pursuit of Happiness: The Story of Mickalascage (2012)                       Trees and Truth (2013) Studio Albums: The ...

Mimi Hibben

October 24th, 2016

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#2: Hannah Holbrook of SHEL

#2: Hannah Holbrook of SHEL

On September 16, SHEL, a local indie rock band from Fort Collins, made a quick stop at the Bizarre Bazaar in town for a small concert and vinyl album release. One of the four sisters in the popular band, Hannah (piano and vocals), was kind enough to call in to interview with

Laurelle Turner

October 21st, 2016

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#1: Tyler Williams of The Head and The Heart

#1: Tyler Williams of The Head and The Heart

On August 26th, 2016, RamFest 2016 kicked off the fall semester for the Colorado State campus with a huge concert paired with local food trucks and plenty of beautiful, evening weather. Rising stars Coleman Hell and R. City opened for The Head and The Heart (THATH), ahead of

Laurelle Turner

October 21st, 2016

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Still Breathing: A Review of Green Day’s Revolution Radio

Still Breathing: A Review of Green Day’s Revolution Radio

“I get my kicks and I wanna start a rager…” With those words, heard for the first time by a wide audience on August 11th the return of Green Day had begun, not just to music, but also to top form.  Revolution Radio is the tenth album of all new material put out by Green Day ...

Natalie Pace

October 10th, 2016

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Seventy Nine Minutes with Tory Lanez

Seventy Nine Minutes with Tory Lanez

Versatile doesn’t even begin to identify Tory Lanez. From redefining the overlap of rap and R&B, to incorporating the seamless beauty of production through his beats, Lanez has been on the come-up since he first started underground in 2010. His latest reveal, the ...

Mimi Hibben

October 4th, 2016

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Interview: Hannah Holbrook of SHEL

Interview: Hannah Holbrook of SHEL

At this year’s New West Fest, I finally had the opportunity to see, live, one of my favorite local bands, SHEL. Their performance was one of the few that has stuck with me. It became essential that I interview this talented quartet of sisters. And, back in September, SHEL ...

Laurelle Turner

October 3rd, 2016

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A Night of Storytelling with Blitzen Trapper

A Night of Storytelling with Blitzen Trapper

With the weather cooling down (shortly before the Autumn Equinox), walking in to The Downtown Artery for a Blitzen Trapper show seemed more than appropriate. This rustic folk band is rooted in Portland, Oregon and The Artery was to host one of the many stops on their tour. ...

Meena Rezaei

October 3rd, 2016

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Raven Rundown – Jenny Owen Youngs

Active since: 2005 Discography: 3 Albums Last released material: Sadly she has not released new music since her third album came out in 2012, hopefully she puts something new out soon! Why she’s awesome: Her music is a great mix of sounds, each album feels both very ...

Natalie Pace

October 3rd, 2016

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Interview: Keith Buckley of Every Time I Die

Interview: Keith Buckley of Every Time I Die

Every Time I Die is a band that has aged like a fine red wine. With the release of the band’s eighth LP “Low Teens”, Every Time I Die has come back with a visceral right hook to the face of an album packed with a relentless track list that serves as ...

Danny Steiner

October 3rd, 2016

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Sur Ellz on the Loco Localz Show_test

Diversity has now, more than ever, been a hot topic of discussion. With diversity, one can connect nearly every element of a society. Issues regarding diversity in the realm of social justice can tie in with the artistic community, and these connections go on. Many ...

Meena Rezaei

September 21st, 2016

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