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Compound Sound returns for round two

Wyoming festival showcases Denver artists With Denver’s various music festivals leaving the Mile High City this coming summer, a more recent festival addition, christened with the fitting name Compound Sound, has started to gain stature in the music scene a short trek outside of Denver. 


The Drift “Just the opposite of what you’re reading is what’s going on.” That’s what Alice Cooper told NME on Tuesday, concerning his friend Johnny Depp and the press. Although he was only addressing  the way the press treats celebrities, I think there lurks a

Billie Eilish | Bury A Friend | Music Video Review

Darkroom/Interscope Thumbs Up Billie Eilish gears up for her second album release, kicking off the countdown with a new single and an accompanying music video. “Bury A Friend” the third single unveiled so far on her new album titled When We All Fall Asleep, Where

Dua Lipa | Swan Song | Single Review

Warner Bros. Thumbs Up Dua Lipa just released her new single “Swan Song,” featured in the upcoming movie Alita: Battle Angel. “Swan Song” is a confident fight song, driven by synths building up to a powerful chorus. In the beginning of the track, Lipa opens

Fleetwood Mac lights up Denver

Pepsi center welcomes post-Buckingham band In their most recent tour, the beloved 70s pop/rock group Fleetwood Mac remembers their 50 years as a band and revisits their hit-filled heyday while contending with the passage of time.  In the past year, the band has  managed the

Born of Osiris | The Simulation | Album Review

Sumerian Records Rating: 3 out of 5 stars Born of Osiris released an eight-song album called The Simulation that’s worth a shot. The band notes in their online bio that they’re influenced by “‘Simulation Theory,’” the evident inspiration for their new album. From their debut

John Owen-Jones | Spotlight | Album Review

Sony Japan Rating: 4 out of 5 stars West End and Broadway star John Owen-Jones has performed in numerous musicals over the years and his fifth studio album, Spotlight, reaffirms why he continues to appear in iconic roles on theater stages around the world. Straight

Ithaca | The Language of Injury | Album Review

Holy Roar Records Rating: 3 out of 4 stars UK-based hardcore group Ithaca released their long-awaited debut full-length The Language of Injury, featuring a broad array of metal genres and thematic material.  The instrumental tones on this record are sludgy and thick. Songs like the

The fall of Denver’s feature festivals

Velorama and Grandoozy will not return in ‘19 Denver’s first major music festivals, Grandoozy and Velorama, have announced that they will not be returning to the Mile High city in 2019. While the former suggested that their departure will only be a temporary “hiatus” and

Mayhem and metal at the Roxy

Metal Mayhem features local metal bands Colorado’s metal scene lacks big names but remains deeply talented. Fans displayed plenty of battle vests, long hair, and black T-shirt collections at Metal Mayhem, a local metal showcase put on at the Roxy Theatre on Feb. 1. Each