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Artist spotlight: déCollage

Artist spotlight: déCollage

déCollage poses for a photo outside of Moon Magnet Studios. déCollage from L – R: Clay Cornelius, Derrick Bozich, Reed Fuchs, Jake Heym and Karl Rivers. Photo by Philip Poston • pposton1@msudenver.edu If Salvador Dalí was still alive and made music, it would probably sound a lot like the Denver band déCollage. What started as an idea and

Rossonian from L - R, Scott Roush, Kramer Kelling, Seth Evans and Carl Sorenson. Photo by Tobias Krause • tkrause3@msudenver.edu

Artist spotlight: Rossonian

Rossonian from L – R, Scott Roush, Kramer Kelling, Seth Evans and Carl Sorenson. Photo by Tobias Krause • tkrause3@msudenver.edu Jack Kerouac used to spend his nights drinking, dancing and enjoying life to its fullest. He documented said nights vividly in the cult classic “On The Road” and we could quote his nostalgic little piece

Rubedo practices at Dryer Plug Studios in preparation for the 14th annual Underground Music Showcase. Photo by Philip Poston • pposton1@msudenver.edu

Artist spotlight: Rubedo

Rubedo practices at Dryer Plug Studios in preparation for the 14th annual Underground Music Showcase. Photo by Philip Poston • pposton1@msudenver.edu When a band describes themselves as the physical manifestation of sound streaming from the psyche of its members, well, that says a lot. To be able to back that statement up…means taking things to

Photo by Tobin Voggesser

Ten minutes with Eufórquestra

Band photo by Tobin Voggesser The palpable excitement of the inaugural Groove Music & Arts Festival is evident even in the musicians who are performing. The Metropolitan sat down with Eufórquestra’s guitarist, Mike Tallman to see how the band feels about closing out the main stage festivities on Sunday, July 20 with Karl Denson’s Tiny

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