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Gasoline Pops at the Soul Mine (Photo: John Spalvins)

Boulder’s Gasoline Lollipops is Ready to Douse Denver

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Boulder may be too small, too quiet to hold the Gas Pops any longer… “The Gasoline Lollipops as it stands today – I feel like we’re at the beginning. I mean, we’re starting to pick up steam, and it’s my first experience of that with the Gas Pops,” Clay Rose, frontman of the quickly rising Boulder band

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Ty Segall Rocks the Summit Music Hall, or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Watching my 13-year-old Mosh

Photos by Michael McGrath, Story by Amy McGrath Ty Segall and his band put on a great show last Saturday at the Summit- brash, cheerful, noisy rock and roll that shook me out of my usual Trump-era funk. I’ve seen Ty before- watching his rise from gangly young indie phenom to the road-tested but still

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The Church Offers Sacred and Profane at Gothic Theater

Photos by Michael McGrath Australian rockers The Church played a deeply satisfying set of their signature brand of jangly psych rock at the Gothic Theater in Denver on Oct. 11th. The band is touring to support their 26th studio album, the well-received “Man Woman Life Death Infinity.”

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The Shins Shine as if They Were Still Brand-New at Red Rocks

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James Mercer belied his twenty years as the frontman of New Mexico’s The Shins last Thursday night in Morrison in front of a packed Red Rocks amphitheater, showing off their unique pop vitality to the packed amphitheater as if they’d just perfected it. In fact, the entire band showed off what seemed like limitless happiness

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Ride Charms Denver with Their Howling, Unique version of ’90s Shoegaze

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Photos by Michael McGrath After a mere 20-year absence from our bustling cowtown with its burgeoning music scene, Ride returned to Denver last Wednesday to play at Summit Music Hall, in front of what must have been close to a sellout crowd. Needless to say, everyone in the audience was more than pleased to see

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Here’s What Went Down at the PrettyInPink Show

Photography by Sandisz Thieme   On September 15th, Filth Clothing, Kurdo and Yung Filth’s up-and-coming clothing line and promotion company, took over The Armory to host an event featuring performances from Dow Wow, Teddy T, Monte Qauiso, and Kyle Slow, as well as ever so rare performances from Squints Mane and PrettyInPink, the rapper/producer duo

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