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CAM throws benefit concert for MusiCares

BANDS RAISE MONEY FOR HURRICANE RELIEF On Sep. 27 at Denver’s Moon Room, Rocky Mountain Music Relief and CU Denver College of Arts and Media put together a benefit show to raise money for the charity MusiCares. Four bands, Demi Demitro (of the Velveteers), Professor

Alessandro Cortini | Perdonare: Album Review

Artist: Alessandro Cortini Album: Perdonare Release date: Oct. 6th, 2017 On Oct. 6, Italian musician Alessandro Cortini released his sixth studio album under his own name. Cortini produces music under a number of aliases. The sheer volume of this musician’s work alone is impressive, but

The Neighborhood | Hard: Album Review

Artist: The Neighborhood Album: Hard EP Release date: Sept. 22nd, 2017 The Los Angeles quintet The Neighborhood dropped their latest EP Hard on Sept. 22. The alternative group was first on the radar back in 2012 with their debut single “Sweater Weather” from their freshman

Morrissey | Spent the Day in Bed: Single Review

Artist: Morrissey Single: Spent the Day in Bed Release date: Sept. 19th, 2017 On Sept. 19, the English singer and songwriter Morrissey released his single “Spent the Day in Bed,” whose main message talks about how humanity should “switch off” from the world and enjoy

The Vermillion Road to greatness

SINGER OF LOCAL BAND DESCRIBES HIS JOURNEY Throughout eight years, two names, and ostensibly infinite hours of hard work, the Denver-based band Vermillion Road has fought to establish its reputation. Now, according to lead singer and CU Denver student Will Robison, the band seeks to

Marilyn Manson | Heaven Upside Down: Album Review

Artist: Marilyn Manson Album: Heaven Upside Down Release date: Oct. 6th, 2017 Marilyn Manson is arguably one of the most recognizable names in the rock music industry. Manson’s controversial image and dark music have captivated audiences since the 90s; the singer’s newest album, Heaven Upside

Blood Tangent | Sarai Nissan

I am wearing my boyfriend’s paper-thin, baby bunny soft, blood stained (I’m not sure whose) vintage Circle Jerks T-shirt. I am curled up in front of my space heater that keeps shutting down my surge protector—I just wait a few seconds and turn that baby back

DIY venue celebrates its fifth anniversary

SEVENTH CIRCLE ANNIVERSARY FESTIVAL It’s been five years since Seventh Circle Music Collective opened its doors to local rock musicians and enthusiasts, and the DIY artist space still continues to thrive. Celebrating its five-year anniversary, Seventh Circle hosted a three-day music festival from Sept. 22-24.

In Tribute: Rest In Peace Tom Petty

In Tribute: Tom Petty: 1950 – 2017 Tom Petty, the highly influential frontman of The Heartbreakers, passed away on Oct. 2 from cardiac arrest at the age of 66. The news came as shock to many friends and fans, but his influence on the rock

The Fray’s lead advocates for music education

ESTABLISHING A STATEWIDE MUSIC INITIATIVE Music is an important aspect in many people’s lives. This especially holds true for The Fray’s lead singer, Isaac Slade, and Governor of Colorado John Hickenlooper. For this reason, Slade and Hickenlooper decided to start an organization called Take Note