RED ROCKS HISTORY ON NEW YEAR’S EVE

RED ROCKS HISTORY ON NEW YEAR’S EVE

No Comments 15 December 2017

By Dylan Owens

Concert promoter Tyler Fey stepped out of his car into a crisp Monday morning at Red Rocks’ upper parking lot.

As the son of famed concert promoter Barry Fey, the venue is practically etched into the 26-year-old’s DNA.

He saw his first concert (Sting) here when he was three days old; on his fourth birthday, Steve Miller brought him on stage during a show that Barry’s company, Feyline, promoted to let him strum his guitar.

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Arthur Fowler Releases “Disappearing”

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Arthur Fowler Releases “Disappearing”

No Comments 12 December 2017

Written by: Melanie Gomez

Arthur Fowler is an alternative acid folk singer, songwriter, and producer who recently released “Disappearing” off of his second album, Here I Am Again, following up from his 2014 release, What Keeps Me Going.

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The Jay Clark Band Releases “Turning It Up”

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The Jay Clark Band Releases “Turning It Up”

No Comments 14 November 2017

Written by: Melanie Gomez

The Jay Clark Band is a southern rock group from Dayton, Ohio consisting of Jay Clark, Rob Carlson, Dwayne Russell, and Coby Utterback.

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Aya Festival 2017 connects the indie scenes of Singapore and Japan

Aya Festival 2017 connects the indie scenes of Singapore and Japan

No Comments 8 November 2017

Renowned Japanese jazz pianist Aya Sekine has announced her very own festival, Aya Festival 2017.
The festival, scheduled to take place on November 18th and 19th, will feature Japanese indie rock acts Electric Eel Shock, Music From The Mars alongside Singaporean bands Wicked Aura. sub:shaman, Tim De Cotta, Teo Jia Rong, and Aya herself. An opening act will soon be determined after an open call.

by Surej Singh

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This Art Collective Is on a Mission to Help Puerto Rico’s Indie Musicians After Hurricane María

This Art Collective Is on a Mission to Help Puerto Rico’s Indie Musicians After Hurricane María

No Comments 8 November 2017

Lastst week, a new initiative launched to deliver financial aid directly to Puerto Rico’s independent music scene. Organized by Buscabulla‘s Raquel Berrios and Luis Alfredo Del Valle, along with Latina folk and rock stalwart Ani Cordero, the Puerto Rico Independent Musicians and Artists Fund (PRIMA) aims to directly serve that community, which until now wasn’t specifically identified by any other fundraising effort.


By Jhoni Jackson

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Talia Covers “Bastards Of Young” by The Replacements

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Talia Covers “Bastards Of Young” by The Replacements

No Comments 2 November 2017

Talia is a French grunge rock group consisting of Alice Thomas (bass), Nicolas Costa (guitar/vocals), and Hervé Goardou (drums). Since releasing their latest album Thugs They Look like Angels in 2015, the band needed a bit a change.

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Lame to cool? Tech execs bring major music festival Botánica to San Antonio

Lame to cool? Tech execs bring major music festival Botánica to San Antonio

No Comments 29 September 2017

By: Samantha Ehlinger

San Antonio has never quite had the same stature, swagger or hipness of its northern neighbor Austin, but local technology executives Graham Weston and Lew Moorman are hoping a new two-day music festival can change that.

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