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Not every artist can be a charismatic and dynamic leader to a crowd of introverts like Conan Gray. On Dec. 2, Conan Gray took the Odgen Theatre by storm and delivered an emotional rollercoaster of laughs, tears and rage to an audience consisting largely of teenagers and young adults, anxious to see their favorite Twitter persona and singer-songwriter. Conan Gray, 20, is midway through his second U.S tour before the release of his...

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Dynamic is the best word to describe yesterday’s show. Hippo Campus and the Greeting Committee sold out one of Fort Collins’ biggest venues, Washington’s, and gave one of the most energetic performances I’ve seen. The night started off with The Greeting Committee, an indie-rock band from Kansas City who can only give 110%. They carefully crafted the setlist to do each song justice, which is a difficult thing to...

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A mosh pit is most people’s nightmare; for me, it is a happiness-inducing stress-reliever that requires a good, cold shower afterward. Philadelphia based band, The Menzingers, always have a crowd ready to mosh with the best. Their Halloween show in St. Louis at Delmar Hall was certainly no exception. The best part of any show by the Menzingers is the sheer amount of energy. For almost an hour and a half, including their encore, the...

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The Black Keys are back on the road. After their five-year hiatus, the Keys released their ninth studio album, Let’s Rock. The 12-song, self-produced album was released in June of 2019 and debuted number four on the Billboard top 200 charts. The four-time Grammy-winning band is led by Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney. The Americana rock’n’roll duo kicked off their North American tour this Monday at the Pepsi Center in Denver, Colorado....

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By Asher Korn Wet! Hot! Tight! I’m talking about the SWMRS concert at the Gothic Theater on Thursday following the release of their newest album, Berkley’s On Fire. The show itself featured a venue packed full of flying appendages, eyeliner, glitter, patched jackets, rainbow-colored Mohawks, moshing and crowd surfing, alongside an ever-present positivity through unity in the surf rock community. Openers The openers for the show were...

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Better Oblivion Community Center blew away high expectations as they hit Meow Wolf last Friday as part of their sold-out US tour. Opening for Better Oblivion Community Center was Christian Lee Hutson and Lala Lala. Both artists brought a different element to the show, with Hutson’s stripped down acoustic set and Lala Lala’s more intense existential post-punk sound. Meow Wolf, located in Santa Fe, New Mexico, is a very unique venue...

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