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Lane 8 Digs To Engage & Detach From The Phone

Connected at the hip, hand, and now the wrist — tiny devices ping, buzz, and shake us into focusing on a screen the size of our palm instead of the expansive world around us. Cell phones persistently rival to rule our way of life, or,

Music That Trancendes Conventions

INDEPENDENT ARTISTS TAKE IT ONE STEP AT A TIME Let’s take a step back from the conventional pop-radio top-40s standard for music. We hear people talk about music this and music that, and what does our mind flash to? Is it the latest single from

Students Balance Supportive and Saturated City

ETHAN GRIGGS AND ANNA SMITH UNFOLD The Denver music scene personifies  an enigma of popping young talent and a hidden treasure trove. The Underground Music Showcase in July was a singular opportunity to unearth and bring many of these young musicians to the forefront with

Avenhart’s Sublime and Brisk Ascension

CU DENVER STUDENT & ALUMNI BAND CHARTS COURSE While Avenhart was born only last year, the band is already seeing tons of success. With an upcoming EP, a battle of the bands victory, and an opening slot performance at Lynxapalooza on Sept. 17—an annual festival

Music journalism in a diverse Denver arena

JOURNALIST EMBRACE COMPLEX MUSIC SCENE The music scene in Colorado is a niche-filled landscape, pocketed with gritty punk rock, grungy synth-pop, the latest alternative indie-folk, and psychedelic EDM. Classical cellos fill the halls of the DCPA and the botanical gardens while hard metal bands shake

Witchcraft and Wizardry a Symphonic Event

MAGICAL MUSIC OF HARRY POTTER COMES TO DENVER Sounds of witchcraft and wizardry were fully dialed-up at the Magical Music of Harry Potter. On April 10, Boettcher Concert Hall hosted its annual symphonic celebration of one of the Potter franchise’s crowning jewels: the films’ illustrious

CU Professor True on Music Creativity

GREGORY WALKER CONTINUES TO FIND INDIVIDUALITY Experimentation is how we progress in society. New thoughts and ideas do little to progress us culturally or technologically while they still remain untested. CU Denver Music Professor Gregory Walker has spent his life experimenting with new musical and