Paak and his band took to the Denver, bringing an exciting and energetic night that left fans satisfied. By Ryan Northrop
Tag: Concert Review
Resident College of Music faculty members played “Songs of Solitude and Hope,” inspired by the magic of nature and change. By Isabella Fincher
Maus’ music can be categorized into the sect of “grave wave,” a subsection of lo-fi synth-pop with a ghoulish twist. By Zach Cohen
Jim James brought a sooth and warm environment to Denver on Tuesday with a message of political unity and action. By Zack Cohen
Kamasi Washington took to the Boulder Theater for a night of propulsive and clattering numbers marked by ethereal jams. By Camille Sauers
NoMBe and Ashe brought a top notch concert at the CU Boulder homecoming concert, surprising and delighting an excited crowd. By Robin Fox
Up-and-coming indie band Soccer Mommy played a vulnerable set at Globe Hall in Denver on Tuesday. By Zach Cohen.
Fitz and the Tantrums, Walk The Moon and Moon Taxi smashed Red Rocks at the annual Jeep On The Rocks tour. By Angela Smith.
The Wombats and Barns Courtney performed at Denver’s Ogden Theatre last week, giving new life to the punk rock scene. By Fiona Matson
Even if it means getting your car towed on your birthday, seeing singer and guitarist Courtney Barnett live is still worth it. By Shruti Kaul