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My cohort and I approached the steps of the Larimer Lounge in Denver, Colorado, as Jake Ewald opened the door and greeted us with a playful and cheery demeanor. His voice rang out, “just the men I was looking for.” We laughed and walked into a room filled with the sounds of an off-key acoustic cover of Iron Maiden’s “Two Minutes to Midnight” being screamed by a man with an acoustic guitar, and a chorus of...

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Jeff Rosenstock is a man that is firmly rooted in his ethics and morals as a musician. He is an outspoken supporter of keeping his music accessible to fans, this includes keeping ticket costs at shows low and even going so far as to start a donation based record label where all his records, as well as friends, are offered on a “pay what you want” basis. However, his humble attitude towards his music has in no way stopped...

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Austin Getz greeted me with a wide smile on his face as I walked into the cavernous Summit Music Hall in Denver, Colorado.  The 24-year-old Virginia native has a lot to be smiling about now-a-days, considering he is behind one of the more well received records of the year, Turnover’s Good Nature. Good Nature has undoubtedly brought the band to a new level. The record peaked at number 79 on the Billboard top 200 and they have...

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Dinner With Bands

Dinner With Bands


Posted By on Nov 2, 2017

This is the first episode of Dinner With Bands. This is a podcast that shares a meal with musicians and asks the underbelly questions. We roll over the norms of being a local musician to bring their lives to light. This episode features Anthony McGlaun, a classical artist, Sasha Butler, the banjo player for Lois And The Lantern, and Sean Hagemeister and Johnny Burroughs from The Burroughs. This group touched on hot topics in the music...

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Interview: Adam Carson of AFI

Interview: Adam Carson of AFI


Posted By on Apr 8, 2017

AFI drummer and founding member Adam Carson talks to KCSU’s Danny Steiner about the Blood Album, evolving as a band, and AFI’s aesthetic. In preparation for writing this article I went back and listened to the album that got me into AFI: Sing the Sorrow. I was immediately taken aback to my eight year old self getting into punk. The full orchestration, the sweeping choruses, and the punchy songs through out the album...

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