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How pop punk shaped a generation

“Teenagers scare the living shit out of you”? Good.  This generation is defined by what they’ve done. They have started conversations about politics and climate change that have been too uncomfortable to talk about in mainstream media in the past. They have lead marches and started movements that will better our society in the future. But

Local collective opens its arms to curious musicians

Local acts team up for something extraordinary Collaboration is key in the music industry, and this is evident with star collaborations like BROCKHAMPTON, 88Rising, and the infamous Odd Future. Without these partnerships, iconic artists like Tyler, The Creator, Frank Ocean, Rich Brian and Kevin Abstract wouldn’t have such a popular platform to build off. With the ever-changing Denver

Prepare to meet new local virtuosos 

In House Collective is bringing the spotlight to local creatives To say that Denver is a hub for creatives is an understatement. One can walk around Downtown and see fliers for underground shows and art exhibits plastered on nearly every electrical box or streetlamp. Drive east down Colfax and someone is bound to

Artists who are bringing the show to fans

How to enjoy the show from home COVID-19 has shaken the world to its core—restaurants and stores are closing, grocery stores are raided and major events have been postponed or cancelled. Fans have been left in the dark with cancelled concerts and postponed album releases. But have no fear, music

A 303 day to remember

New noise and classic acts at Mission Ballroom   The excitement was building around Mission Ballroom March 3 as concert goers were preparing for a show of a lifetime. While waiting for the doors to open, remarks of nostalgia and setlist hopefuls peppered throughout the crowd.   Upon entering Mission Ballroom, one is

How to get involved in politics

Getting involved in politics isn’t as difficult as some believe  Regardless of political affiliation, getting involved in politics is important. Sure, it may be scary combing through all the different parties and non-profits who all have various goals and visions, but it is much easier

Finding local freelance jobs to help kickstart a dream career

Tips for working towards a dream job before (and after) graduating    “What do you plan on doing after you graduate college?”  This one question has sent college students’ stress levels sky high since the inception of the public university system. With a hyper–competitive job market, quick job turnover, and

Echosmith shines bright at the Bluebird Theater

Family band bonds over the “lonely generation” Walking into The Bluebird Theater, audience members were soon acquainted with one another in the small, but intimate setting. The stage was simply set with various instruments, colored lights, and a single banner that read “Lonely Generation,” the

Saint Motel is just Denver’s type

Indie group brings their biggest hits It was a cold, cold Tuesday outside the Ogden Theatre: but soon enough started to buzz with energy as concertgoers began to fill the space. The stage was set for the opening act KOLARS, a duo from Los Angeles