The Symbols – The Symbols EP

By Conor Hooley The Symbols’ new self-titled EP is a pretty decent slab of indie pop music. There’s an effortlessness and confidence to the material, and rarely a moment that sounds unnatural or forced. The […]


Slim Cessna’s Auto Club – Unentitled

By Conor Hooley Unentitled is nine tracks of confident, polished folk-rock music that is full of surprises and, above all, a very unique kind of hilarity. The band lampoons much of the Deliverance-esque tropes of […]


Kenny Perkins – Wild Frontier

By Brady Smith Like a fine single malt, music seems to get better with age. Kenny Perkins’ Wild Frontier siphons a plethora of old and new genres into a barrel and waits until it produces […]


Fort Calling – Digital Mixtape Volume I

By Marlee Keeven From rock ‘n’ roll to punk rock to indie folk to jam to electronic and even to random oceanic symphonic noises, Fort Calling truly showcases the widespread talent that Fort Collins’ musicians […]


Common Anomaly – Iridium

By Devin Morse Listening to Common Anomaly is a little like dancing in the rain. A multitude of rock influences, an overcast demeanor and obvious dance proclivities form a common runoff; a dreamy storm swirling […]


The Year of the Poet

Wolverine Farm Publishing, the proprietors of Matter Bookstore and publishers of the literary journal Matter, are ringing in 2011 with a new name: “The Year of the Poet.” In a show of support for the […]


Photographers: Call for Entry

The Center for Fine Art Photography will be accepting submissions for a new “Black and White Photography” exhibit. All black and white photography is welcome: This includes alternative, traditional, digital and toned black and white […]


Odell Launches New Brew

IPA (India Pale Ale) lovers, unite! Odell has launched a brand new hoppy brew, Myrcenary Double IPA. The official Odell Brewing Company press release states, “Named for Myrcene, a component of the essential oils found […]