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Do’s and don’ts of going to concerts

Get the most out of a concert experience For as long as live music has been around, concerts have provided a safe space for music fans to let loose and have the time of their lives. In the digital era, it’s easy to get lost

The Garden bring smiles to Denver

Duo shakes up a sunday night The Garden is a musical group from Orange County comprised of just two band members, Wyatt and Fletcher Shears, who are identical twins. The pair played at Denver’s Marquis Theater on April 8. The duo strolled out on the

The 13th Chime | Baby Jane | Single Review

Record label: Sacred Bones  The 13th Chime formed in 1980 in the small London overspill town of Haverhill, Suffolk. Born out of the British punk scene, the band released three of the finest and most underrated post-punk singles: “Coffin Maker,” “Cursed,” and “Fire.” They disbanded

Deathiversary | Kurt Cobain

February 20 1967 – April 5 1994 On April 5, 1994 Kurt Cobain was found dead in his Seattle, Washington home. Cobain was only 27 when he died. Cobain grew up listening to hard rock and heavy metal bands like Led Zeppelin, Black Sabbath, and

Kylie Minogue | Golden | Album Review

Record Label: BGM Rating: 1 out of 5 stars Golden, released on April 6, is Kylie Minogue’s 14th studio album. Most of it was recorded in Nashville, Tennessee, and the country influence is clearly present. The story of a pop-star “going country” is nothing new,

Diplo | California | Album Review

Record Label: Mad Decent Rating: 3 out of 5 stars Diplo’s new six-track EP California, released on March 23, features artists such as Lil Yachty, Desiigner, and Trippie Redd. Still, the songs remain uniquely his own, as the beats guide listeners through the album. The

The Weeknd | My Dear Melancholy | Album Review

Record label: XO Records Rating: 4 out of 5 stars In preparation for the release of his third upcoming album, Abel Tesfaye, under his moniker The Weeknd, dropped an EP, My Dear Melancholy, on March 30. With six tracks, audiences are exposed to a darker

Grandoozy: Denver’s newest music festival

New festival with all-star lineup Denver’s live music scene has become a petri dish of various different cultures and genres—and it’s still growing. Denver is already home to many other music festivals like Westword Music Showcase, Velorama (which made its debut last year), The Underground

Blood Tangent | Column

There’s this scene in Purple Rain (1984) when Prince’s love interest, Apollonia, is in his basement bedroom and switches on the tape player. A warped and lethargic drum beat echoes against what sounds like a woman moaning or crying. “So who’s the lucky girl?” Apollonia

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Forever 27: Moments from the 27 club

Plus 27 songs from the 27 club Only the good die young, and for whatever reason, much of society is fascinated with damned youth. The “forever” 27 club, for those who don’t know, is the moniker for the strangely tragic phenomenon of great musicians, artists,