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Ghost haunts Colorado

Two rituals in two days The feeling in the air right before an entertainer is due to perform is electric.  Ghost knows how to turn that anticipation up to 11 and deliver night after night.  The Ultimate Tour Named Death made two stops in Colorado

A photo equals 1000 words

The importance of concert photography Humans are a visual species and the need for visual stimulation has bloomed with the advancement of technology.  One aspect of the visual playground that is often taken for granted is the art of concert photography. A person in attendance

SOMEWHERE IN NEVERLAND

1969 Chevy This week in my Critical Listening class (my ears are killing me), we were tasked with analyzing all parts of a song that make up the entire production like equalization, compression, reverb, lyrics, etc. from the 1960s. It took me longer to actually

Mike Posner | Slow It Down | Single Review

Island Records Rating: Thumbs Up Mike Posner’s new single “Slow It Down” is a far cry from his old hit “Cooler Than Me.” Opening with piano and backed up by chill beats, “Slow It Down” is packed full of meaning, such as with the lyrics,

Niall Horan | Nice to Meet Ya | Single Review

Capitol Records Rating: Thumbs Up The release of his debut solo record, Flicker, introduced fans to a more folk pop, ballad side of Niall Horan. However, the newest single off his upcoming sophomore album, “Nice to Meet Ya,” has completely flipped Horan’s sound into something

Abbey Road | The Beatles | Retro Album Review

Apple Records Rating: 5 out of 5 stars It’s hard to think of a more iconic album cover than The Beatles’ last recorded album, Abbey Road. Yet ironically, the man in charge of the quintessential album cover, John Kosh, had never actually created a cover

Grandson | A Modern Tragedy Vol. 3 | Album Review

Fueled by Ramen Rating: 5 out of 5 stars Grandson’s newest EP, A Modern Tragedy Vol. 3, brings his familiar blend of grungy punk rock songs smoothed over with politically-minded themes, an additional welcome to his fast growing, and popular, collection. The EP stands as

The Rolling Stones | Some Girls | Retro Album Review

Rolling Stones Records Rating: 5 out of 5 stars The Rolling Stones’ 1978 album, Some Girls, is a decade-defining masterpiece. After a slump from the iconic band, fronted by Mick Jagger, they hit their second wind with Some Girls, effectively cementing themselves as one of

“When the Curtain Falls,” Greta Van Fleet rises

Greta Van Fleet’s Red Rocks debut Opening with 70s style apparel, a falsetto that would make the members of Led Zeppelin proud, and a stage presence that kept the audience’s attention glued to the stage, one would be surprised that it was Greta Van Fleet’s

SOMEWHERE IN NEVERLAND

Hoodie Szn This past Sunday I got to see one of my favorite artists live for the third time. I’ve been a fan of Hoodie Allen for about six years now after I heard songs off his All American EP for the first time on