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Thursday, September 2,2010

Back to school bash

Cobraconda welcomes you to the party

By P.J. Nutting
Spencer Foreman and Nation met in Colorado through a mutual interest in punk and hardcore music. The two played together for six years in various projects, deciding just a year ago to walk away from their New York hardcore label, shift their attention to rap, and move back home to start anew.
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Tuesday, August 17,2010

Phoenix burn brightly at Mile High

By P.J. Nutting
French pop quartet Phoenix nearly overstuffed the Bison Tent at Mile High Music Festival on Saturday, performing a rounded, high-energy set that satisfied even the most demanding members of the crowd.
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Thursday, August 12,2010

Blast your ears off

BoomBox has some medicine for you

By P.J. Nutting
BoomBox began as the meeting of two new souls in Muscle Shoals, the famous town in Alabama where Bob Dylan, Aretha Franklin, The Rolling Stones and others recorded albums.
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Thursday, August 5,2010

Homeward bound for Pretty Lights

Fort Collins DJ to illuminate Red Rocks

By P.J. Nutting
To say the very least, the hard-working beat-smith, since 2006, has defined for many CU students what it means to make hip electronic music. College campuses were the first to catch on to Pretty Lights brand of upbeat, new-school electro-funk after he sprung on the scene.
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Thursday, May 27,2010

Back-to-back spreading the energy

By P.J. Nutting
In Amandha Gilson¬’s biology textbook at CSU, the word ¬“acidophile¬” referred to an organism that flourished in an acidic, normally inhospitable environment. As a band name, it evokes lonely, beautiful imagery of obscure microcreatures, but it¬’s also pretty catchy to LSD lovers.
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Thursday, May 13,2010

Octopus Nebula emerges from the depths

By P.J. Nutting
'It feels really good,' drummer Dan Raasch says. 'We've only been playing live since August or September, and to see this momentum start to rise up is a little overwhelming. When you start to think about it, it's like, 'Whoa, this is what we've been striving for, but it's happening really quick, a lot quicker than we thought.
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Thursday, April 15,2010

Electronic Mayhem: Communikey offers interactive electronic music experience

By P.J. Nutting
Electronic music is inseparable from technology, and therefore it is constantly pushed to the cutting edge. Communikey's [CMKY] third installment will aim to reveal that ever-changing boundary by weaving diverse artists together from around the world.
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Thursday, April 1,2010

Vinyl music still selling despite crashing CD sales

By P.J. Nutting
The Internet has really been the bully of the last decade. Like the mafia, it moved into town and immediately took a cut out of every lucrative opportunity there was. It broke journalism's kneecaps, smuggled the breath right out of the music industry's lungs, and dared fax machines and phone books to even try to say something about it.
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Wednesday, March 3,2010

Albums on the Hill is the last independent music store

By P.J. Nutting
Take a trip to Albums on the Hill before it’s too late. Go there before it succumbs to the inevitable fate of the record industry, before it turns into a pizza place, into a sandwich place, into a novelty store and suddenly you can’t recall how it felt to hold music in your hands.
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Thursday, October 29,2009

MSTRKRFT rocks the dance party

By P.J. Nutting
As more electro/DJ acts pass through Boulder and trends continue to build upon themselves, it’s hard to tell who’s doing something different when each set systematically pummels a venue with party bass. MSTRKRFT’s strength as a live act has always been their ability to rock, in the Spinal Tap turned-up-to-11 kind of way.
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