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  • Hollywood Undead: The eyes and minds behind the masks

    Denver — It’s a long road from the beginning of Hollywood Undead to today. They first popped up on Myspace more than ten years ago, released their first album a decade ago, and recently sold out the Fillmore Auditorium co-headlining with In This Moment. Hollywood Undead has seen lineup changes throughout the years. Jorel “J-Dog” Decker is a founding member. Dylan “Funny Man” Alvarez joined early and was on the first record Swan Songs. Danny Murillo joined before the second […]

  • Big Something brings a big groove to Bluebird Theater

    DENVER — Big Something has a big groove perfect for summer. The electronic funk alternative band from North Carolina appeared last month at Bluebird Theater. Their new record is set for release later this week. The Otherside will be out April 20th. It follows along with some of the same ideas and stories from the last record Tumbleweed. Vocalist Nick MacDaniels explains things this way, “this album’s fun because it’s the first time we tried to create a vinyl record. […]

  • Ben Barlow digs deep on “The Peace And The Panic”

    Ben Barlow, the singer of Neck Deep, digs down to the heart for their latest record The Peace And The Panic. He says, “I kind of wanted it to be dynamic and we wanted it to be dynamic. We all have quite similar, but different musical tastes as well and different elements that we wanted to incorporate into our music.” This record takes you on a ride through the band’s emotional healing, but they’re not “emo.” The theme of the […]

  • LP coming in hot to Boulder Theater

    Boulder, Colo. — Touring in winter is described as difficult by some musicians. Laura Pergolizzi, who goes by “LP,” keeps a smile on her face despite being halfway through tour on a cold night in February. She’s in the middle of buying a new home, difficult driving conditions in the Colorado Rockies, and general tour grind. Nonetheless, she’s warm and inviting. That warmth carries from backstage to onstage at Boulder Theater. She’s into her thing for the fans and for […]

  • Local garage assembling what once was America’s fastest car

    DENVER — Every week we like to highlight the talented photographers here at FOX31 in a segment called “Signature Stories.” FOX31 and Channel 2 chief editor Joshua Maranahs shows us how after years of painstaking work of getting a so-called “Odd Rod” to hit the race track once again. A local hot rod garage, Nick’s Hot Rod Garage, is recreating auto history by assembling what was once America’s fastest car, The Kenz and Leslie “Odd Rod.” The dual flathead engine […]

  • Photos: Citizens of Decadence returned to the Colorado Convention Center for another New Year’s Eve

      Denver — From Armin Van Buuren to Zedd, the Citizens of Decadence took residency at the Colorado Convention Center for another successful balloon drop and New Year’s celebration. Bassnectar, Big Gigantic, Diplo, Galantis, Odesza,  Rufus Du Sol all performed, dropped plenty of bass and lots of confetti. There wasn’t a dull moment at this festival. From the Cyber District to the two stages, Time Vault and The Grid, the beat didn’t slow.  Two nights of BPM at the speed […]

  • Photos: Janes Addiction live at Ogden Theatre

    Denver — Perry Farrell and Dave Navarro brought their brand of beautiful differences to Ogden Theatre Thursday night. Jane’s Addiction was in town between holidays and playing in Aspen this weekend for a New Year’s celebration at Belly Up Aspen. The show included dancers on the stage and above as two dancers swirled side show style during “Three Days” from the rafters. The set was even parts Nothing’s Shocking and Ritual de lo Habitual, four songs from each record, and a touch from their other […]

  • Photos: Marc Okubo’s take on Heavy Music isn’t as Metal as you think, he thinks Jazz

    Denver — Marc Okubo, guitarist of Veil of Maya, thinks of Heavy Music wisely, he’s an evolutionist in genre. Heavy Music can require an acute lens, otherwise a blind eye will not see the genius. It’s played by musicians with great technical skill and often incredible knowledge of music theory. If you’re a fan, you get it, you love it, it makes you think. “There’s this Jazz artist named Tigran Hamasyan that I’m like really really into. I’ve been keeping […]

  • Photos: Pearl Charles from Desert Daze to Bluebird Theater

    Denver — Pearl Charles has a soul that’s neither young nor old, it’s current, it’s deep and thoughtful. Her music, her sound, covers decades. She may not know where she’s going, but she knows where she’s from — Hollywood, Los Angeles, California. Red Bull Sound Select brought her to Denver and that’s where she shared some of the things she’s gained along the road from California to Colorado. Her geographical roots are between Laurel Canyon and Joshua Tree. “I grew […]

  • Photos: Seaway at the Marquis Theater

    Denver — Seaway brought a whole lot of fun to the Marquis Theater last week. They’re touring to support their latest record Vacation, out now with Four Year Strong and continuing to tour with Silverstein in November. Check them out. Guitarist Patrick Carleton said, “we’ve been playing a few new ones. I think the song “Apartment” is my favorite right now. That was the first single off our new record.” Singer Ryan Locke explains the show this way, “Expect a […]

  • Photos: Courage My Love headline Lost Lake in support of Synesthesia

    Denver — Courage My Love’s new record Synesthesia is evolutionary in their writing and performing architecture. It’s got a real electronic vibe by comparison to their older EP’s like For Now. It’s been three years since their last recording and they’re celebrating the changes. They came to Lost Lake on the way from Vans Warped Tour and on the way to tour with Simple Plan. Talking about their latest record. They didn’t set out to make a concept record, but […]

  • Photos: Catching up with Schuylar Croom and He Is Legend at the Moon Room

    Denver — He Is Legend’s Schuylar Croom is someone who is a great music maker, he’s rooted in rock and roll and reality. He’s down to earth. They’re out riding around in an RV on tour. Croom and the band are making their way enjoying mountains, lakes and nature. Schuylar says, “It’s changed our perspective on tour. Stopping at a campground rather than a hotel. You get to see friendly people, families, dogs. Cookout, see nature, more than the inside […]

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