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Old School Rockers Visit FoCo

This month, get your 1980’s hard rock on – not quite as complete with big hair, acid wash jeans and bandannas, but still sure to spur on some quality fist pumping. Crazy Jacks, located at […]

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Local Funk Greats at the Aggie on April 15

Euforquestra will bring their self-proclaimed “Afro-Caribbean Barnyard Funk” to the Aggie Theater on April 15. Mike Tallman (guitar, vocals) shared his sentiment of the exciting night, stating, “We haven’t played Fort Collins in six months and […]

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Now Open

The Cutlery Salon is now open, offering upscale salon and spa services. The salon is located at 706 South College Avenue, Suite 206. Join the stylish staff as they celebrate with a Grand Opening party […]

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Give Blood, Save a Life

The Poudre Valley Health System is in critical need of blood donations, according to a recent press release. Blood types O negative and O positive are especially needed. The Garth Englund Blood Donation Centers are […]

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Cotton Keys – Sweatshop Sounds

By Dusty Ray Eerie, lo-fi, and surprisingly catchy is the only way to describe the Cotton Keys’ recent release, Sweatshop Sounds. An array of influences reveal themselves on this album; sounds that range from Explosions […]

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Carmen Sandim Sextet – Brand New

By Dusty Ray It comes as no surprise that Carmen Sandim has mastered the intricacies and subtleties of good jazz. A native of Brazil, Sandim has been studying piano since she was seven years old […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]