Review: “Screams from the Inside of an Cardboard Box”

March 13, 2013

Screams from the Inside of an Cardboard Box was drawn by Luke Belsito over the course of two years. He possesses a rough but attractive drawing style that works well with the undeniably odd and at times fucked-up stories within the book. Screams is dark, but it also possesses a wicked sense of humor that will make you grin on occasion, even if you really shouldn’t.

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Colorado Legislature Passes Historic Civil Unions Bill

March 12, 2013

The Colorado House passed a bill Tuesday that would allow same-sex couples to get civil unions in the state, sending the bill to Governor John Hickenlooper’s desk where it is expected to be signed into law. The bill passed by a vote that was close to party lines–all House Democrats voted in favor, with only two Republicans joining, for a 39-26 vote.

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The Hidden Gems of Snowball Music Festival

March 8, 2013

We’ll have coverage of some of the best acts of Snowball early next week on our blog, but this month in our print issue we featured some of our favorite performers from this year’s event. Here are the BandWagon staff’s picks for the hidden gems of the 2013 Snowball Music Festival.

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Review: American Tomahawk – “So So Slowly, The History of a Perfect Spiral”

March 5, 2013

Lead by Ault, Colorado native and Los Angeles, California resident Adam Halferty, American Tomahawk is a dream-like voyage that tells the story many people are living. With the help of friends Michael Spear and Mathew Wilcox, American Tomahawk has released two records and their second endeavor, So So Slowly, The History of a Perfect Spiral shows a band ready for a national audience.

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