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El Ten Eleven with Tennis System and Rat Doctor at Washington’s on Sept 20th By: AJ Frankson When going to a show, one has a certain level of expectation for the type of music that is about to be played. Arriving at the venue, you might quickly google the openers, and assume that their thrifted t-shirts and baggy ripped jeans confirm their parallel indie sound to the headliner. However, El Ten Eleven’s chill, experimental...

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Beats Antique at the Aggie

Beats Antique at the Aggie


Posted By on Sep 19, 2018

By: Hen Benerman Sick Beats and Belly Dancing. A bit unusual for the uninitiated, but for fans of Beats Antique, its all part of the draw. On September 14, 2018, the Oakland-born experimental electronic fusion group graced the Aggie Theater with their singularly carnivalesque style. They were also supported by the surprisingly impressive Bassline Drift; all of which came together to make a truly awesome show. While I have admired...

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Article by Emma Holt 3/30/18 Sunshine, brews, good tunes, and a little bit of magic: this is what FoCoMX is all about. This past Friday and Saturday the community of Fort Collins welcomed over 1,000 musicians, artists and friends of all ages for the 10th Anniversary of FoCoMX, Fort Collins’ premiere spring music festival. Put on by the Fort Collins Music Association (FoCoMA) and Odell Brewing, with help from sponsors such as CSU, the...

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Swedish singer-songwriter dances, squats, and woo’s the crowd at the new Washington’s in Fort Collins. “I don’t think there could be a better place to come back,” announced Kristian Matsson, a man also known by his stage name, The Tallest Man on Earth. A lone, inebriated girl from the back expelled, “welcome back” and what a welcome back it was. After a two year touring hiatus, Kristian Matsson surprised the crowd with a performance...

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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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