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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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KCSU at the X Games: Louis the Child

KCSU at the X Games: Louis the Child


Posted By on Jan 30, 2019

By Zay Reyes   Fresh powder carpets the ground, the air is cold and thin, everyone around you is in their Carhartt beanies and The North Face jackets, smiles adorn the faces of everyone around you…you must be at the X Games Aspen. Hosting concerts at the X Games is a relatively new concept for the annual extreme sports event. The first X Games Presents Concert series kicked off in 2013. This year’s lineup included artists...

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KCSU at the X Games: The Chainsmokers

KCSU at the X Games: The Chainsmokers


Posted By on Jan 30, 2019

By Zay Reyes   The global superstar duo, The Chainsmokers, wrapped-up the X Games events on Saturday and they did not disappoint. This wasn’t the first time The Chainsmokers set foot on Buttermilk Mountain for this extreme sports event. After a two-year hiatus from the venue to tour internationally and release their album Sick Boy, the duo returned as the first group to perform twice at the X Games. In 2018,  The Chainsmokers...

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KCSU at the X Games: Kygo

KCSU at the X Games: Kygo


Posted By on Jan 30, 2019

The Norwegian DJ Kygo traveled back to Buttermilk Mountain for a second time in his career to perform at the X Games Concerts. His return made him the second performer to have two shows at the X Games.   Kyrre Gørvell-Dahll who goes under the stage name Kygo is originally from Beren, Norway and was the lone international musical performer this year. Not only is 27-year-old Dahll a world-class producer, but he has been taking piano...

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