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On Saturday, Denver local legends Pink Fuzz brought effortless cool to the Bluebird Theater. It was a frigid night, easily the coldest of the winter thus far, with temperatures dipping to around -7 degrees. Yet, the band was still able to draw a sold-out crowd out of their homes and through the freezing conditions to share life at its most visceral with each other. Denver Local, Local Legends, Frigid, Cold Night, Fuzz, Saturday Night, Blue Bird, Temperatures, Degrees
Review — Pink Fuzz Nearly Burns Down the Bluebird Theater on a Frigid Saturday Night - 303 Magazine
On Saturday, Denver local legends Pink Fuzz brought effortless cool to the Bluebird Theater. It was a frigid night, easily the coldest of the winter thus far, with temperatures dipping to around -7 degrees. Yet, the band was still able to draw a sold-out crowd out of their homes and through the freezing conditions to share life at its most visceral with each other.
n 2017, the four musicians that compose the Denver-based band Ramakhandra — vocalist and harpist Annastezhaa, drummer N0bahdee, keyboardist Ness and bassist Clayto — were working on their individual crafts and solo artistry when a “chance of fate” changed the trajectories of each of their journeys. Harpist, Keyboardist, Compose, Drummer, Ness, Denver, Vocalist, Musicians, Artistry
Local Listen - Ramakhandra Guides Mindshifts Through the Multiverse - 303 Magazine
n 2017, the four musicians that compose the Denver-based band Ramakhandra — vocalist and harpist Annastezhaa, drummer N0bahdee, keyboardist Ness and bassist Clayto — were working on their individual crafts and solo artistry when a “chance of fate” changed the trajectories of each of their journeys.
Ahead of her September 15th show at Globe Hall celebrating the official release of “Taste of Heaven,” DeVine spoke with 303 Magazine about turning color into music, her writing process, defining her voice and more. Writing Process, Devine, 15th, Turning, Colorado, The Voice, Globe, September
Q&A — Grace DeVine Becomes Something Holy With New EP "Taste of Heaven" - 303 Magazine
Ahead of her September 15th show at Globe Hall celebrating the official release of “Taste of Heaven,” DeVine spoke with 303 Magazine about turning color into music, her writing process, defining her voice and more.
Ahead of the show, founding member and guitarist Guy Frydenlund spoke with 303 Magazine to talk touring, the differences between playing live and recording music, and landing the opening slot for a nationally touring jam band. The Jam Band, Gigs, Guitarist, Touring, Landing, Slot, Prepping
Q&A - Sqwerv Mentally, Musically Preps for Biggest Gig Yet - 303 Magazine
Ahead of the show, founding member and guitarist Guy Frydenlund spoke with 303 Magazine to talk touring, the differences between playing live and recording music, and landing the opening slot for a nationally touring jam band.
SoFar Sounds, a global collective known for putting on eclectic and secret concerts in cities all over the world, is celebrating the 50th anniversary of the inception of the hip-hop genre. Many people feel as if they have been raised by the genre and it’s hard to imagine a time when it didn’t exis Concert Series, Hopping, 50th Anniversary, Concerts, Genres, Cities, Eclectic
Celebrate Hip-Hop Through the Eras with Sofar Sounds - 303 Magazine
SoFar Sounds, a global collective known for putting on eclectic and secret concerts in cities all over the world, is celebrating the 50th anniversary of the inception of the hip-hop genre. Many people feel as if they have been raised by the genre and it’s hard to imagine a time when it didn’t exis
Their upcoming EP “Imago,” set to be released on August 1st, takes you down into the depths and their darkness before offering you a hand wrapped in sunlight to grasp as it pulls you up for air. It’s alive with rich soundscapes created by each member of the band’s intricate playing who weave around each other deftly and with confidence. The band spoke to 303 Magazine about intention when creating mood, the power of influence, creating depth as a trio, the beauty of covers and more. Work Search, Shadow Work, Grasp, Darkness, Sunlight, Trio, Alive
Q&A — shadow work Searches for Meaning on New EP "Imago" - 303 Magazine
Their upcoming EP “Imago,” set to be released on August 1st, takes you down into the depths and their darkness before offering you a hand wrapped in sunlight to grasp as it pulls you up for air. It’s alive with rich soundscapes created by each member of the band’s intricate playing who weave around each other deftly and with confidence. The band spoke to 303 Magazine about intention when creating mood, the power of influence, creating depth as a trio, the beauty of covers and more.
Grass Roots has been self-defined as a reflection on the band’s “bluegrass and festival campground origins that draws from the repertoires that The Salmon Heads and The Left Hand String Band played.” Looking back on a 30-year career, Leftover Salmon uses the new album to give credit to and share gratitude for some of their earliest musical influences with ten tracks of spectacular covers. Leftover Salmon, Campground, Studio Album, New Album, Origins, Looking Back, Defined, Gratitude
Local Listen — Leftover Salmon's Roots Run Deep With Covers Album - 303 Magazine
Grass Roots has been self-defined as a reflection on the band’s “bluegrass and festival campground origins that draws from the repertoires that The Salmon Heads and The Left Hand String Band played.” Looking back on a 30-year career, Leftover Salmon uses the new album to give credit to and share gratitude for some of their earliest musical influences with ten tracks of spectacular covers.
Sofar Sounds is known as a music events company, but once you hear their whole story, you’ll realize it’s not just a business — it’s a movement. Putting on the highest quality and most unique shows around Denver is a big part of what they do, but beyond that, Sofar Sounds serves artists, connects fans and grows the local music community in 400 cities around the world. Denver is just one of those lucky audiences, although our city does stand out, according to Sofar Sounds CEO, Jim Lucchese. Art Spaces, Space Art, Space Photography, Photography Inspo, Live Music Events, Local Music, Event Company, The Locals, Mic
Sofar Sounds — So Much More Than a Secret Show - 303 Magazine
Sofar Sounds is known as a music events company, but once you hear their whole story, you’ll realize it’s not just a business — it’s a movement. Putting on the highest quality and most unique shows around Denver is a big part of what they do, but beyond that, Sofar Sounds serves artists, connects fans and grows the local music community in 400 cities around the world. Denver is just one of those lucky audiences, although our city does stand out, according to Sofar Sounds CEO, Jim Lucchese.
This year, Barata will be celebrating the upcoming release of his first album in five years, sprinkling single releases throughout the summer season leading up to the EP’s official debut Ep Album, Upcoming Release, Playing Guitar, I Can, Legacy, Aura, Singer, Reviews, Talk
Local Listen — Carlos Barata Talks Legacies and Lifelines Ahead of EP - 303 Magazine
This year, Barata will be celebrating the upcoming release of his first album in five years, sprinkling single releases throughout the summer season leading up to the EP’s official debut
Denver’s most exciting enigmas N3ptune and Rusty Steve are back with a new single, “Shadow.” The song and accompanying music video are deep and dark, pulsing with rebellious passion and beautiful abandon. It’s a step in an intriguingly dark direction, diving headfirst into themes previously flirted with on their last full-length release, Rennaissance. The duo recently spoke to 303 Magazine about the song’s development, N3ptune’s incredibly intricate choreography, artistic evolution and more. Choreography, Rusty, Flirting, Diving, Evolution, Duo
Q&A — N3ptune and Rusty Steve Dance In the Darkness With New Single "Shadow" - 303 Magazine
Denver’s most exciting enigmas N3ptune and Rusty Steve are back with a new single, “Shadow.” The song and accompanying music video are deep and dark, pulsing with rebellious passion and beautiful abandon. It’s a step in an intriguingly dark direction, diving headfirst into themes previously flirted with on their last full-length release, Rennaissance. The duo recently spoke to 303 Magazine about the song’s development, N3ptune’s incredibly intricate choreography, artistic evolution and more.
More simply (and likely), it’s a byproduct of a group whose sound fosters a feeling, whether it’s on stage or in the studio — for the genre-bending four-piece, for their fans, and for anyone looking for a reason to express themselves in this vibrant artistic scene we lay claim to. It’d be easy to continue waxing poetic about their impressive first project, but the cliff notes are this: May Be Fern’s debut album kicks ass. Waxing Poetic, Debut Album, Kick Ass, Hot Springs, Ferns, The Fosters, Bending, Cliff
ICYMI: May Be Fern debut Album Kicks Ass - 303 Magazine
More simply (and likely), it’s a byproduct of a group whose sound fosters a feeling, whether it’s on stage or in the studio — for the genre-bending four-piece, for their fans, and for anyone looking for a reason to express themselves in this vibrant artistic scene we lay claim to. It’d be easy to continue waxing poetic about their impressive first project, but the cliff notes are this: May Be Fern’s debut album kicks ass.
Though the month has been gloomy in its early days, June is here and the sun is just around the corner. Thankfully, there’s so much thunderous new music hitting the Front Range while the rain passes. It’s a wonderful time for introspection as you figure out what these coming months will hold. Music Hits, New Music, New Colorado, Front Range, Introspection, Wonderful Time, June, Rain
New Colorado Music You Should Know — June Edition - 303 Magazine
Though the month has been gloomy in its early days, June is here and the sun is just around the corner. Thankfully, there’s so much thunderous new music hitting the Front Range while the rain passes. It’s a wonderful time for introspection as you figure out what these coming months will hold.
Denver-based artist Chris Bowers Castillo — better known by his band’s creative moniker, Kiltro — recently sat down for a conversation with 303 Magazine ahead of his band’s sophomore album, Underbelly, releasing this Friday, June 2nd. Him Band, Conversation, Chris, Wanderlust, Release
Kiltro Explores Transience and Wanderlust on Sophomore Album 'Underbelly' - 303 Magazine
Denver-based artist Chris Bowers Castillo — better known by his band’s creative moniker, Kiltro — recently sat down for a conversation with 303 Magazine ahead of his band’s sophomore album, Underbelly, releasing this Friday, June 2nd.
If you’re looking for some fresh blood in the Denver music scene that isn’t just another “silly stoner band” as Sam Shapiro might say, Bleak Mystique is here to reafirm your cloudy days and to normalize your poor texting response time. Cloudy Day, Indie Rock, Texting, Mystique, Heartwarming, Rock Bands, Poor
Discovering Denver's Bleak Mystique — An Indie Rock Band With Jazz-inspired Sounds and Striking Lyricism - 303 Magazine
If you’re looking for some fresh blood in the Denver music scene that isn’t just another “silly stoner band” as Sam Shapiro might say, Bleak Mystique is here to reafirm your cloudy days and to normalize your poor texting response time.
Let’s talk about Fort Collins’ brightest up-and-coming indie artist, Co-Stanza. His sonic style is often drenched in sunshine, but make no mistake — he’s not afraid to revel in the shadows. Fort Collins, Indie Artist, Revel, Afraid, Shadows, Sunnies, Sonic
Introducing: Co-Stanza — Fort Collins' Up-and-Coming Indie Artist With a 'Sunny' Disposition - 303 Magazine
Let’s talk about Fort Collins’ brightest up-and-coming indie artist, Co-Stanza. His sonic style is often drenched in sunshine, but make no mistake — he’s not afraid to revel in the shadows.