Dustbowl Revival, y'all...
Let's be honest, here. We're binging on good music this month. Yes, we saw Dustbowl Revivial with the Copper Children and Shook Twins at Cervantes Masterpiece Ballroom for the official Arise Pre-Party. On the strength of that show, which we can only describe as mindblowing, we made sure to check Dustbowl Revival out - AGAIN - at Arise, and we were not dissapointed
Yellow Scene Magazine's 3rd Annual Cannabis Symposium farm-to-BBQ event!
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This is a non-consumption event where YS is bringing all types of people together to have an Elevated Conversation to discuss the most critical questions about the industry today. We feel it is our obligation as part of the media to start conversations, ones that you do not have every day. This is why
There's too much to say about this year's Underground Music Showcase, so we won't say much. You're here for the photos anyway. Let's say this: it was three days of magic. With Two Parts taking over from the Denver Post Community Foundation and partnerships with Oskar Blues, 303 Magazine, and others, the festival really blew us out of the water. Local employees noted the uptick in business and
We popped our heads into the lovely Ogden Theater to check out the sounds of Animal Collective, a group of best friends who grew up playing and recording music together in Baltimore County, Maryland, according to their facebook page. Expecting a wondrous experience from AC was in the bag, but we were stunned by the opener, Lonnie Holley.