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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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By Katie Otter Local alternative band Write Minded headlined a talent-packed, reggae-filled show at The Aggie Theatre on Sunday night. Before the local boys took the stage, the small and intimate crowd was warmed up by three openers: Vana Liya, from New York City, MountainUs, also from Fort Collins, and Audic Empire, from Austin, Texas. The group of bands is finishing up a tour across the Western United States. Liya kicked the night...

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By Mia Sawaya Soul Solum, Silver and Smoke, and Native Station Show at Moxi Theater By Mia Sawaya Although the streets of Greeley were stagnant, their music venue was animated on Saturday. The Moxi Theater captured Northern Colorado’s sound Saturday, February 23, with performances from Native Station, Silver and Smoke, and Soul Solum. Boulder-based band Native Station eased the audience into the show with their indie-pop songs. Greg...

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By Julia Battagliese The down-to-earth nature of Slow Pulp and the humor of Vundabar took their Globe Hall show memorably past my expectations. Slow Pulp opened for Vundabar on February 20, accompanied by Backseat Vinyl, whose performance I missed. Slow Pulp, a dream punk band headed by lead singer Emily Massey and currently based out of Chicago, came to Denver for their second time on Wednesday. The sound of Slow Pulp feels like...

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