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Colorado Culture magazine is an online comprehensive resource for all things Colorado. Full of cultural articles, ideas, and events that are easily accessible and informative, it appeals to culture enthusiasts of all ages and types with a goal to serve Colorado and the people who visit with a fresh look on the vast culture that thrives here.
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Cloak & Dagger: Freddy Rule

Cloak & Dagger: Freddy Rule

One of the aspects of Cloak & Dagger, and this is something that we’ve previously alluded to, is the strong representation of local talent within the lineup that are all doing their part to push the local scene forward and help it grow.  In that regard, this week’s artist Freddy Rule is no exception.  We met with him in his home studio to chat a bit about life and music.

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Unlimited Gravity Single Release

Unlimited Gravity Single Release

Today we’ve got a special one for you: Mile High Sound Movement heavy hitter Unlimited Gravity has released some new flavor for your ears just ahead of his three show run with the Unlimited Aspect (Unlimited Gravity/Project Aspect) live band along with Zoogma.

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Sound Remedy Send-Off - Mishawaka Amphitheatre

Sound Remedy Send-Off - Mishawaka Amphitheatre

A taste of the final show Sound Remedy will ever give to Colorado.

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Desert Dwellers @ Mishawaka

Desert Dwellers @ Mishawaka

Photography by Eyediola Photography

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Colorado Sounds Mixed Up Mondays: Andy Immerman

Colorado Sounds Mixed Up Mondays: Andy Immerman

For those who know Andy Immerman, they know that he is both a mainstay over at Souls in Action Entertainment, and also a close friend of ours here at Colorado Culture...among many other things.  For those who don't know Andy, we'll have you know that the aforementioned "many other things" include being a multi-talented artist, with his passions lying in music production, photography, and graphic design.

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What's It Called?! EP Review

What's It Called?! EP Review

Wobble funk expert Pandasaywhat?! is at it again, and this time with a brand new EP. After just recently opening up for acts such as Bass Physics and Matoma, Jordan Panasewicz a.k.a. Pandasaywhat?! releases his first ever EP titled “What’s It Called?!

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Colorado Sound's Mixed Mondays: Decadon

Colorado Sound's Mixed Mondays: Decadon

Continuing in our newfound tradition of dropping fresh mixes for you every Monday from some of Colorado's best musicians, DJs, and producers, is this mix by Colorado's own Decadon. Featuring some new original music and some classics get your fire extinguisher ready cause this mix is lit.

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An Evening With PhaseOne

An Evening With PhaseOne

The first thing to understand about Graeme Duffy, aka PhaseOne, is that he’s not your normal run-of-the-mill computer music making producer.  Sure, he’s trained in other instruments (guitar, piano, and drums), but his musical influences run much deeper than that.

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Sound Remedy Send-Off Camping Trip

Sound Remedy Send-Off Camping Trip

It’s going to be really difficult saying goodbye to Sound Remedy in just over a week from now. His performances at the Fox Theatre and Mishawaka Amphitheater on the 16-17th will be the last he plays in Colorado before he retires from live music at the end of 2016.

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Colorado DJs AVIVA

Colorado DJs AVIVA

Colorado Sounds is back for another run. Up first Denver's own....... Aviva

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Expressing Emotions Through Music: Intriguing Interview with Civil Youth 8/23 at The Marquis

Expressing Emotions Through Music: Intriguing Interview with Civil Youth 8/23 at The Marquis

Interview with Civil Youth

Michael- vocals

Evan- Drums

Daniel- Guitar

Q: How did you meet and form the band?

A: (Mike) I started the band in Boston and knew Daniel from high school and other projects. When I came back from Boston to live in Philly, I wanted and knew Dan, he slays it. So I said, “Dan be my man”. At first he said no I hate you but I convinced him.

Evan came a bit later, he produced the second record and when our drummer left, Evan knew all the material and he’s a brother so I asked him to be in the band.

 

Q: So it’s been a little over a year since the band first started touring in March 2015. How would you say the experience has been for you all to be able to travel the US with your music?

A: (Mike) it’s definitely been cool, experiencing all the different weather changes has made me a paranoid monster, I can’t drive without having an anxiety attack (laugs)

(Dan) it’s really cool to get the chance to visit different scenes and not only get to play with all these bands in the scene) but to able to experience the different scenes, cultures and towns. It’s been a humbling experience to be able to stay away from the area that I grew up in and actually see the country that we live in.

 

Q: Music will often times stem from a history. Your bio states that some of your work has stemmed from a history of anxiety and/ or depression. What is your advice for CO Culture readers who may be battling with these diseases?

A: (Mike) find something that you are passionate about because through that passion you find yourself. I specifically tend to gravitate towards the arts but it doesn’t need to be the arts, it could be construction it doesn’t matter as long as you are passionate about it, I think you will be able to find yourself.

 (Dan) I also refer to the arts to get through difficult times in my life. One thing that I always realize when I get up on stage and play, it’s a giant stress reliever for me and

(Evan) We sit in a car together for 10 hours a day, so we all have the same train of thought on a lot of different things. I really agree, I think the biggest thing is being true to who you want to be. You do have find yourself. Don’t let people tell you that you shouldn’t do what you want to do

 

Q: What would you say your favorite part of your job is?

A: (mike) I like performing and creating music, being creative.

(Evan) this whole past summer we’ve been writing a new record and I was all about that. Its fun to be in such an awesome creative setting.

(Dan) for me its most definitely the shows, it can be tough and stressful sometimes.

 

Q: If you could travel anywhere in the world, where would it be and why?

A: (Evan) South America

(Dan) the UK

(Mike) the islands

 

Q: What has been the most memorable/ enjoyable performance you’ve played?

A: (Mike) Our Danger Danger tour in March

(Dan) Pop’s in St. Louis. It was so cool because everyone was chanting our lyrics with us, it was surreal.

(Evan) When we opened for AWOLNATION and twenty one pilots in Camden, NJ. There was also a show in Utah were I had injured my leg so going to the hospital from the stage perfectly shows a spectrum of highs and lows (laughs)

 

Q: If you could hang out with any musical influence dead or alive, who would it be?

A: (Mike) Jared Leto

(Evan) George Harrison from The Beatles

(Dan) Simon Neil is my spirit animal

 

Q: If you could describe your musical genre or style in 3 words, which would you choose?

A: (Mike) Eccentric

(Dan) wet

 

(Evan) …confusing

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Chrome Sparks @ The Fox Theater 8/19/16

Chrome Sparks @ The Fox Theater 8/19/16

Photos By Ryan MacEachern Photography

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Dirty Heads Fall Tour At Red Rocks

Dirty Heads Fall Tour At Red Rocks

After the Dirty Heads opened for Slightly Stoopid last year, they returned to headline Red Rocks in early August for a rainy night of island inspired music.

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EOTO & The Mish Reunite Under the Stars

EOTO & The Mish Reunite Under the Stars

The planetary rhythms and sounds concocted at EOTO’s Live Production Performance last Saturday at the glorious Mishawaka Amphitheater ignited the atmosphere that surrounded the natural 100-year-old music venue.

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Slightly Stoopid at Red Rocks: A Photo Review by John Verway

Slightly Stoopid at Red Rocks: A Photo Review by John Verway

Slightly Stoopid at Red Rocks a couple of weeks ago was one of the best shows of the summer by far and we got some amazing shots of the night.


 

All photos credited to John Verway of JVPhotography

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Rufus Du Sol: Vertex 2016 Interview

Rufus Du Sol: Vertex 2016 Interview

Vertex Music Festival’s lineup was as diverse as it was talented, and we were lucky enough to have the opportunity to sit down with one of them who we were most excited to see: Rufus Du Sol.

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Ruby Hill Park Celebrates New Bike Park Opening

Ruby Hill Park Celebrates New Bike Park Opening

Ruby Hill Park is celebrating the opening of its newly constructed bike park that opened in late July. The 7.5 acre course offers various runs that appeal to riders of all skill levels including pump tracks, skills courses, dirt jumps and a slope style course.

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Are You SoDown to Get Funky This Weekend?

Are You SoDown to Get Funky This Weekend?

The good homie SoDown has made some serious strides since we started following him.  Not only has this bass-loving funkaholic sold out his first local headline earlier this year, and has been spreading his brand of bass all across the country this summer.  We caught up with him before another co-headline show with Muzzy Bear at City Hall this Saturday.  We've got some new music for you as well!

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Vertex 2016

Vertex 2016

The most beautiful things in life seem to occur naturally. Which is why there is no other feeling like listening to soulful melodies while exploring lush mountains. The best part is when that experience can be shared throughout a huge crowd of music and nature lovers alike.

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Cloak & Dagger Mixtape

Cloak & Dagger Mixtape

Get down do you?

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Interviews/Features

Maddi Shea
18 April 2017
Interviews/Features
April 20th is an enormously celebrated holiday for the Mile High City as the bustling spring weekend...
Maddi Shea
18 January 2017
Interviews/Features
If you are craving a Colorado sound which denies genre and keeps you on your feet for hours, “allgen...
Maddi Shea
17 January 2017
Interviews/Features
Kicking the 2017 year off strong, we start our festival journey in the Southwest region of the count...

Colorado Culture Approved

Event Reviews

Danielle Caho
24 June 2017
Event Reviews
In life as we grow older it becomes harder and harder for us to find magic in the world around us. T...
Kelsey Voskamp
07 May 2017
Event Reviews
The Take Note Colorado concert was Governor Hickenlooper’s kick off for his music initiative to impr...
Maddi Shea
26 April 2017
Event Reviews
From rap to trap to dubstep to full-on mosh pits, Flosstradamus is infamous for throwing some of the...

Beer Central

Kevin Lucas
06 October 2016
Colorado Culture Approved
Interviews/Features
It’s that time of year again Cultureheads: the time when the convention center downtown opens it’s d...
Dallas Perrault
05 August 2016
Event Reviews
Beer Central
Summer Brew Fest has been held annually on the 4th Friday and Saturday of July at Mile High Station ...
Kevin Lucas
20 July 2016
Beer Central
One of the things that we are fortunate to do a lot of here at Colorado Culture is interview music a...

Colorado Sounds

Maddi Shea
06 February 2017
Colorado Culture Approved
Colorado Sounds
Keeping up with the tradition of bringing you Colorado artists booming with potential we'd like to t...
Kevin Lucas
02 June 2016
Interviews/Features
Colorado Sounds
For those who know Andy Immerman, they know that he is both a mainstay over at Souls in Action Enter...
Josh Noreen
22 May 2016
Colorado Sounds
Interviews/Features
We here at Colorado Culture are proud to announce our involvement with this year’s Global Dance Fest...

Culture Cultivators

Kevin Lucas
14 July 2016
Interviews/Features
Culture Cultivators
Question: what do Bassnectar, Hieroglyphics, and the String Cheese Incident have in common?  Gi...
Josh Noreen
11 May 2016
Culture Cultivators
Eco-friendly hauler Gone For Good was started by Reid Husmer in 2009 with an idea borne from an expe...
Kevin Lucas
10 May 2016
Culture Cultivators
Follow your passion.  Do what you love.  Find where you Belong.  Such is the mantra o...

This is Colorado

Kelsey Voskamp
16 April 2017
Colorado Culture Approved
This is Colorado
There is a moment when in the wilderness where everything is quiet except for the sounds of nature. ...
Josh Noreen
23 November 2016
Colorado Culture Approved
This is Colorado
Colorado's culture is as vibrant and full of positivity as anywhere else in the world. There are so ...

Cultured Contributions

Alexandria Vance
18 October 2016
Cultured Contributions
We all know and love the wild variety and rugged beauty that Colorado offers. Many of us have fallen...
Kyle Roach
18 October 2016
Cultured Contributions
"Every once in a while people cross our paths that have natural abilities to speak their hearts. The...
Colorado Culture
05 May 2016
Cultured Contributions
  My name is Josie Wolf and I was diagnosed with Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (SL...

Event Previews

Danielle Caho
08 June 2017
Event Previews
As the 2017 festival season kicks off music lovers from all around prepare for one of Colorado’s big...
Maddi Shea
16 February 2017
Event Previews
Trap pioneer Flosstradamus returns to Colorado on 4/20 for his second installation of HDYFest on the...
Maddi Shea
23 October 2016
Event Previews
Colorado Culture Approved
It's almost here—Safe in Sound tour comes to First Bank Center on November 4th and we could not...