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I entered the Gothic Theatre as the opening band, Daddy Issues, was reaching the end of their set. The stage was hazey, and the lights were bright pink and blue, while the all-girl-trio rocked out to one of their songs, “Creepy Girl,” off their first album, Can We Still Hang. The drummer wore a babydoll shirt, while the bassist tossed around her long black hair and the lead singer/guitarist calmly approached the microphone. Despite...

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Foxx Bodies, a band from Los Angeles, was the first opener for the Sorority Noise concert on March 14th. The lead singer, Bella Vanek, was a fairly small woman with a scream I did not think could come from someone that size. The first song opened with what sounded like slam poetry and then shifted into shouting expletives and crazy gestures. The first couple songs, I was surprised more than anything because I wasn’t expecting...

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    Have you ever been to a concert where you sprained your ankle from dancing so hard? That happened to me at The Aggie on February 2nd for the first night of Leftover Salmon’s two-night run in Fort Collins. It’s safe to say that the temporary pain in my ankle was well worth it. A crowd of all ages packed the floor on Friday night to see the jam band from Boulder, who garnered a wide audience since they formed in 1989. Mainly...

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Colorado’s Wire Faces has a sound that can only be described as bigger than the sum of its parts. Their music seethes with primal energy, chaos and melodic finesse. Frontman and drummer Shane Zweygardt, guitarist Ian Haygood, bassist Menyus Borocz and multi-instrumentalist Echo Sandoval-Gabel stylistically blend elements of post-punk into their afro-beat inspired, experimental rock ‘n’ roll. Wire Faces perform their songs “Chain...

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  Tribal Seeds brought the funk to The Aggie Theatre last Thursday night. A popular reggae band formed in 2005 from San Diego. Tribal Seeds is currently in the middle of a lengthy US tour that will wrap up this May in California. They took the stage at The Aggie about 10:10pm after an incredible set by The Expanders and The Wailers. The moment Tribal Seeds took the stage, a surge of energy was sent through the crowd that was...

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While I obviously love places like Red Rocks and 1st Bank Center, in my opinion, there’s something so special and unique about smaller venues that you just can’t get in a larger setting. Smaller scale shows are especially powerful when it’s sold out, everyone’s packed together like a bunch of music loving sardines, and the bands are absolutely rocking everyone’s collective face off. Such was my experience Saturday night the 25th at...

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