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Review – “The World’s End”

October 7, 2013

There is nothing inherently wrong with nostalgia, but if you’re not careful, you into one of those guys who listens to Springsteen’s “Glory Days” and utters the words, “High school was the best time of my life.” In Edgar Wright’s new sci-fi-comedy The World’s End, that guy is Gary King.

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BandWagon Español: Roka Hueka

February 8, 2016

“We are strong and rather difficult to break, but at the same time there is a space inside where we put all our ideas and dreams together.” When members of Roka Hueka arrived in the Mile High City they hadn’t imagined the great musical adventure they would embark on thanks to the creator of the group, Andy Gonzalez.

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Block Party 2013 Spotlight – Duchovny

September 4, 2013

Their sound is all the good things about alt-rock, jazz, and pop melded together. Duchovny not only has a special skill for songwriting, but they do an excellent job of complementing their smooth vocals with the instruments instead of being overwhelming.

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Video Premiere: Holdfast. – “Time”

November 29, 2021

“Time” is the final music video from Stay and Fight, the debut album from Windsor-born, Fort Collins rock trio Holdfast. It premieres exclusively via BandWagon today.

“We are all trying to beat the clock,” Holdfast. tells BandWagon. “It’s such a universal problem. We don’t have enough time – but what’s beautiful about that is we have to try our absolute best to fit what’s actually important in our lives.

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Album Review: Chris Daniels and The Kings with Freddi Gowdy – Blues with Horns Vol. 1

April 1, 2018

He was inducted in the Colorado Music Hall of Fame in 2013. He’s an Assistant Professor at the University of Colorado’s Denver campus. He beat back Leukemia after being diagnosed in 2010. He’s been featured in commercials for Ford and McDonalds, made music for television, and acted as a record producer. (He helped put together Andy Sidow’s Reasons for Departure, which we reviewed recently.) And since 1984, he’s been fronting the blues outfit Chris Daniels and The Kings, putting out album number 15 in September of last year. That album, now featuring Freddi-Henchi frontman Freddi Gowdy, is Blues with Horns Vol. 1.

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The Colorado Sound’s My5 – September 2019

September 9, 2019

You’ll be cooler and smarter once you read The Colorado Sound’s My5. The top things in music, Colorado, film and more – from Jon Batiste’s new Jazz Record featuring members of Lake Street Dive and Iggy Pop’s The Stooges self-titled turning 50 to Ken Burns making you a country music fan, read up on what’s piqued the interest of 105.5 The Colorado Sound’s DJ’s each month!

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Review: The To Do List

September 17, 2013

Taking place in 1993, the movie revolves around Brandy Klark, played by Parks and Recreation’s Aubrey Plaza. Unlike her past roles where she was a malcontent or snarking hipster, Plaza’s Brandy is a tightly-wound nerd who has dominated all her classes and extracurricular activities, graduating top of her high school class.

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The Mowgli’s Find That “Real Good Life”

March 26, 2018

Last Friday, Los Angeles based band The Mowgli’s hit the stage at Globe Hall playing to a sold out crowd. The feel-good alternative rock band played their Denver show on one of the last dates of their “Real Good Life” national headlining tour. Finishing the tour with them was Mainland out of NYC to open their show. The Mowgli’s also celebrated the release of their new single “Kansas City,” which also came out Friday. We chatted with Andy from the band to talk about their upcoming single and what’s next to come for the band.

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Good Vibe Accoustic Studio

October 11, 2014

On Saturday, September 6, Ren Merry, Lindsay Davis and Daniel Bisceglia gathered before an audience in a small studio on 8th Avenue for their first group performance. Merry is a classical guitarist and a teacher at Frontier Academy who’s been playing for 35 years. Bisceglia, also a teacher from Frontier, has only been playing for 15 years, while Davis, a yoga teacher and violinist, has been playing her instrument for 20 years.

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Review: “The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey”

January 17, 2013

“The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey” is the first in a new trilogy of films based on J.R.R. Tolkien’s 1937 “Lord of the Rings” prequel of the same name and directed by Peter Jackson. Starring British television favorite and “Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy” star Martin Freeman as a young Bilbo Baggins (relative of Frodo Baggins from “LOTR” and previously played by Ian Holm.)

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Riot Fest: Three Days of Badass Rock Music

October 10, 2014

First off, Riot Fest was awesome. There is no other way to say it, after it’s all said and done and we the critics have our say about what went well and what didn’t and ask the ultimate festival question of if it was worth the ticket price, Riot Fest was still awesome. To see this particular line up whether you grew up listening to them or not was something everyone there knew would only happen a few times in our lives. To see The Flaming Lips then literally turn around and see Primus begin made me wonder, where the hell am I?

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Always Moving: Graham Good & The Painters Bring the Optimism

September 16, 2021

“Keep believing in yourself. Keep believing in your dreams and the value you bring to the world,” Graham Good tells BandWagon. Good is the frontman of the Northern Colorado pop folk-rock outfit Graham Good & The Painters, and he delivers that statement with the well known blanket optimism he has towards life. This optimism has become a staple in his music and he sees spreading that positivity a part of his musical journey. “Just know there’s so much good you have to offer every second of the day,” Good says. “To spend that time thinking you’re not good enough, you’re underdelivering on what you’re capable of providing.”

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Celebrating a Swinging Hanukkah

December 18, 2023

Jewish jazz musician Domi Edson released an album of her favorite traditional songs. The Holidays were always a complex time for jazz bassist Domi Edson. She enjoys the classic jazz holiday recordings by the Vince …

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