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Karl Denson belts out a tune at the first ever Groove Music & Arts Festival in Georgetown, July 18- 20. Photo by Christina Serieno • cserieno@msudenver.edu

Review: Groove Arts & Music Festival

Review: Groove Arts & Music Festival

Karl Denson belts out a tune at the first ever Groove Music & Arts Festival in Georgetown, July 18- 20. Photo by Christina Serieno • cserieno@msudenver.edu As music lovers leisurely lugged a weekends worth of camping gear up into Georgetown’s Shadows Land Ranch campgrounds for the first ever Groove Music & Arts Festival. All were welcomed

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Vince Staples: “Nate”

If you haven’t heard of Vince Staples yet, it’s entirely likely that you’ll soon become acquainted with his work. He hasn’t put out anything major just yet, some appearances on tracks with artists like Common and Earl Sweatshirt and a few of his own tracks for mixtapes. But that’s not to say that Staples’s work

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Festival preview: 14th Underground Music Showcase

July 24: The day in which South Broadway turns into a chaotic mess of excitement is finally here. It’s finally time for the Underground Music Showcase. Sound familiar? Now in its 14th year, the UMS has brought in some of the best bands in the game right now and paired them alongside hundreds of Denver’s best.

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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

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