Underground Bass DJ pheel. Proves Denver’s the Best Place to Thrive as an Artist

With an exponentially growing population and bustling nightlife, Denver is constantly redefining its identity and culture as a city. There’s no doubt that Denver is a hub for artistic expression, but what about the city permits for the arts to flourish? In short — it’s the people. Time and time again we’ve heard from artists
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Review – The Knocks Took The Bluebird To Studio 54

Cue the house lighting the rush of passing talks — the resolution into dance , the intrigue — it’therefore showtime, along with the Knocks are doing. The New York-based electronic duo looks combined together ‘The City That Never Sleeps,’ a Studio 54 version, remastered into the lifeline of now. Indulgent and hedonistic since the former
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GRiZ Announces New Album And Releases New Single

Ever since breaking his relative silence from social networking, and releasing two sisters overdue last year, anticipation has been building for everything Grant Kwiecinski aka GRiZ has in his wheelhouse. The wait is over, Nowadays. GRiZ has announced his sixth studio record, Ride Waves slated for launch April 5, 2019. In addition to the previously
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Red Rocks 2019 Summer Concert Season Predictions

Since it’s the beginning of the year, we are gearing up for a ton of impending music statements — that the most thrilling being Red Rock’s summer concert series. Red Rocks because venue is notable, and there are not many pastimes as highly appreciated by Coloradans and visitors alike as the concert season in full
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The Rolling Stones Announce Date for Denver Stadium Show

It’s been nearly 14 years as The Rolling Stones gathered into the Mile High City, and todaytheyrsquo;ve officially announced their return. According to Rolling Stone, The group is making their return on May 26, 2019, in Sports Authority Field. Prior to today’s announcement, the group hung a cryptic banner along with other signage around Denver teasing
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Shows You Should Know – Trevor Powers To Bring ‘Mulberry Violence’ to Denver

Youth Lagoon is no longer — Trevor Powers killed him. Powers’ former alter ego, a job of indie-rock and psychedelia arrived in 2016 into a conclusion. Born from the ashes of Youth Lagoon, Powers reimagined himself at the progressive experimental electronic music of their namesake. Gone will be sheepish persona and the brown curls washed
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Review – The Presets Galvanized The Bluebird

Ironically, The Presets — Australia’s foremost punk-electronica duo graced a small crowd at The Bluebird Theater last night touring behind their latest album, Hi Viz. For many, The Presets exist in the now-mythical universe of overdue ’00s electronica alongside artists like Digitalism, Justice and Simian Mobile Disco. “Bloghouse,” as the genre was later dubbed has
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Local Listen – Machu Linea Lets Desire Run Rampant On Debut

This is an entry in an ongoing series for 303 Magazine, which will provide a range of local album reviews. It is our intention to highlight the talents of local musicians, whether veterans to the industry or newcomers. Like the bands, the album can be fresh or something we just haven’t had the power to
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Review – Nine Inch Nails Hammered Red Rocks With Heaviness

Nine Inch Nails is one of those bands that seethes uncontrolled aggression. Their performances and songs — dystopian releases of turmoil and violence — control on all cylinders in bigger than life cadences. Are devoted warriors to the outrage that the music inspires — a catharsis in the band ’ s message and finding an
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Get To Know The Local Artists Playing Velorama

Denver’s most bumping bicycle music festival, Velorama is right around the corner — bringing with it, three days of booze, bands and of course, bikes. Going down August 17 to 19, this year’s festival is poised to be headlined by none other than Matt and Kim, Modest Mouse and The Growlers. While the lineup is
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