Greeley-based duo Ruby Daze’s new single “TLC” premieres via BandWagMag.com today. It is an anthem to that lover or close friend you haven’t seen since COVID-19 hit. While the song could talk about any period of separation, lines like “I’m coming over even if it kills me” are particularly tongue-in-cheek in our current climate.Continue reading
The music video for Oliver Mueller’s new single “I Wanna Play At the Moxi” premieres via BandWagon today. Under his solo-project pseudonym oliverrr, the track is a love-letter to his favorite NoCo music venue, as performers and concert go-ers alike bemoan the absence of live music. Mueller brings the same dreamy alternative style he displays in his band Slow Caves, but combines it with punk flare and humor.Continue reading
Space Exploration, goofy rhymes, fantasy cartoons and reggae-nspired funk. This eclectic combination of aesthetics is perfectly indicative of the pastiche of style, genre and humour abundant throughout everything The Great Salmon Famine does. The Fort Collins quintet premiere the music video for “Ebekeneezer’s Tweezers” exclusively via BandWagon today.Continue reading
Fresh on the heels of ‘Further Notice,’ NoCo hiphop artist Mitchell James continues his collaborative efforts with the swahv-produced music video for “Monte Carlo,” which premieres exclusively via BandWagon Magazine today, involving multiple members of the Colorado Hip Hop scene.Continue reading
Tim Lappin set out to make something of his own after years of playing in different projects like Nick Murphy (fka Chet Faker) and more. His new band Casual Male premiere their video for “Takin’ It Easy” via BandWagon today.
The so-called “skate video’s” narrative depth hints at the flux of group dynamics with perhaps a not-so-on-the-nose influence bleeding through: Lappin’s hard-earned experience in the music world. Groups form, members join, and when the golden light hits just right, it’s beautiful.Continue reading
Denver synth-pop duo chitchat premiere the video for “Right Here” via BandWagon Magazine. Josh Kern, multi-instrumentalist, engineer and producer from such institutions as Rocky Mountain Recorders and the now-defunct band Left Hand Shakes teamed up with musical theater turned pop-punk vocalist Madisen Kwon forming the light yet emotive, nuanced electro-pop duo.Continue reading
As exciting as an en masse display of Denver pop-cluster connectivity promises to be at Nuancer’s August 30 at The Hi-Dive, indie musical mastermind Daniel DiMarchi shines as a leader producing in the box. His solo project Nuancer (which is really anything but) premieres the video for “Scratch That Itch” today on BandWagMag.com.Continue reading