D j’s A-Trak and Baauer kicked off their joint back-2-back tour in Denver at Beta Nightclub Nov. 16. The duo battle for an almost 2 and a half hour set to a decent sized crowd Thursday night. A-Trak stated on Instagram that the duo did not plan out their setlist aside from the first song. Baauer’s set […]
When punk burst on the scene in the mid ‘70s none received more recognition than the Sex Pistols, The Clash and The Ramones. Although punk progenitors The Damned hardly received the recognition and praise of their contemporaries in the mid ‘70s, they have proven just as influential. The Damned is a name on the list […]
Dropping beats in her bedroom since she was a teenager, hip-hop soul singer Yazman Azimi divulged her journey in the Denver music scene during a recent phone call. Through the moniker YaSi, Azimi explores her identity as a young, Iranian-American woman and translates that into songs she hopes will inspire others to listen. The 23-year-old, […]
This has been an exciting and innovative year at the magazine and as 2016 comes to a close we bring you our staffs favorite stories of the year. Deanna Hirsch: “Seen & Heard” by Victoria Edstedt, “Love in a time of war” by Andrea Herrera, “Bringing back Burning Man” by Dayna Himot. […]
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At my house we look forward to the holidays with mixed feelings of elation and unease. I mean after spending days in the kitchen running like mad men covered in flour and spices, speeding back-and-forth from stove to counter to sink like we’re trying to finish first place in a marathon, who wouldn’t? My grammy […]
As the nation scrambles after Donald Trump wins this election, Colorado community leaders gathered Thursday Nov. 10, 2016 to stand in unity and lets the citizens of Colorado know minority voices will be heard. Photos from Denver’s anti-Trump rally. In Defense of Our Communities Photos: Denver unites for […]
State Representative Joseph Salazar gathered with community members and leaders on the steps of the Colorado State Capitol at 11a.m. Nov. 10 to assure those who feel targeted by President elect Trump that they will be protected and progressive values will prevail. “I’m telling you that the state of Colorado is moving in a progressive […]
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Mariachi music is undoubtedly tied to Latino culture, but it’s a style of music meant to transcend heritage and appeal to many. Performances are an intimate experience between the musicians and the crowd. The infectious, powerful rhythms of the guitarrón weave against the violin’s melancholia. Trumpets burst with sound and seize the moment, as […]