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By: Haley Justino Journey with me now, back a full decade to the distant past of 2008. The jeans were tighter, the eyeliner was heavy, and Colorado natives, Sean Foreman and Nat Motte had just released their second, breakout album, “Want.” Their most successful hit, “Don’t Trust Me,” reached number seven on the Billboard Hot 100, and had middle school students all over the country, including myself,...

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Fort Collins Colorado — The tag-team of Minnesota rappers P.O.S and Astronautalis met 15 years ago on Warped tour and agreed to create a band. Known together as Four Fists, they released their first collaborative album 6666 at the beginning of the month. On October 18, they were on stage in Hodi’s Half-Note for the third show of their tour. A loud cheer erupts from the crowd as Four Fists steps onto the stage and the music began...

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  By: Henry Benerman When the first band walked on; I saw a drummer, a bassist, an enthusiastic DJ, and a guy who looked like a cross between a biohazard sign and Assassins Creed. They began to play kind of psychedelic dubstep that took a lot of mood suppressants, and I couldn’t help but think “wow, Infected Mushroom really let themselves go.” This wasn’t Infected Mushroom luckily, but DJ Moon Frog and his band. These guys were just...

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   Photos by: AJ Frankson Walking into the Downtown Artery on the night of October 10th, one would’ve been immediately greeted by a barrage of hipsters dancing and chatting in the mix of green and purple lights. Suddenly, from the stage a small, meek woman in a baggy light blue jumpsuit screamed. The woman was Sasami Ashworth, better known simply as Sasami. She graduated from the Eastman School of Music in 2012, and spent lots of time...

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El Ten Eleven with Tennis System and Rat Doctor at Washington’s on Sept 20th By: AJ Frankson When going to a show, one has a certain level of expectation for the type of music that is about to be played. Arriving at the venue, you might quickly google the openers, and assume that their thrifted t-shirts and baggy ripped jeans confirm their parallel indie sound to the headliner. However, El Ten Eleven’s chill, experimental...

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Beats Antique at the Aggie

Beats Antique at the Aggie


Posted By on Sep 19, 2018

By: Hen Benerman Sick Beats and Belly Dancing. A bit unusual for the uninitiated, but for fans of Beats Antique, its all part of the draw. On September 14, 2018, the Oakland-born experimental electronic fusion group graced the Aggie Theater with their singularly carnivalesque style. They were also supported by the surprisingly impressive Bassline Drift; all of which came together to make a truly awesome show. While I have admired...

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