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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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By Isaiah Reyes Earl Sweatshirt created a moment during his performance in Denver’s Cervantes on Thursday night. “There’s all these different variables that go into creating a moment, as opposed to creating a song.” Earl Sweatshirt said with NPR’s Microphone Check in 2015 after debuting his second studio album “I don’t like S***, I Don’t Go Outside: An Album by Earl Sweatshirt.” After his three-year hiatus, the 25-year-old Thebe...

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By Adam Ekstedt It was filthy. Just raunchy! A nasty display of grimy bass was dripping off the walls at The Aggie Theatre in Fort Collins on April 3. Flosstradamus and Ill-Banks poured on the muck for the opening night of the Hdyfest Global Warning Tour. Who is Flosstradamus Flosstradamus is recognized as a Trap music pioneer out of Chicago. Their original blend of electronic and hip-hop paved the way for their musical success. Now a...

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By Hunter Haskins On a windy Denver evening, Grizfolk, Flor and Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness played a concert that brought warmth to the chilled audience. On March 9, the Filmore Auditorium became an amplifier of sound and genuine connection as Grizfolk, Flor and Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness each gave the audience both great music and good feelings. Grizfolk, a Los Angeles band, started the concert with some solid alt-indie...

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Expendables Show Was Fan-Tastic!

Expendables Show Was Fan-Tastic!


Posted By on Mar 28, 2019

By Adam Ekstedt The Expendables concert at the Aggie Theatre in Fort Collins on Saturday began like any other show, but it certainly did not end that way. The symbiotic sounds of Rock and Reggae bellowing from the doorway made for a welcoming entrance. The Expendables can be seen all over Colorado, and they always put on a good show, but the up-close-and-personal experience, combined with a couple of unexpected encounters, made my...

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