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My Body Sings Electric 10th Anniversary with Slow Caves + Modern Suspects

Ten years is a long time for anything - especially a band. My Body Sings Electric celebrated a decade together this month with a series of shows up and down the front range, including Denver's Marquis Theater. They shared the festivities with Slow Caves and Modern Suspects, who made the night three times as fun. We've been friends with MBSE almost as long as they have been a band, so there was no way we were missing this show. I have talked about them so often, you'd think this blog was solely about them. But perhaps my favorite was this interview with Jason from a few years ago, where we find out how stinky Jeff is and that Brandon is missing some socks. Congratulations guys, on ten years - and here is to ten more!  ❤️

Modern Suspects Concert Photos

My Body Sings Electric - Slow Caves - Modern Suspects - Denver Concert Photos
Wiredogs

Interview with Dan Aid of Wiredogs

It's Denver band love week! Recently I chatted with Dan Aid, lead singer of Wiredogs about their upcoming album and accompanying release show at The Marquis Theater. As always, he was candid, smart and funny. If you have never seen them, please get down to the show. They are incredible live. I know I always say that, but it's true. And not just because their drummer is my best friend's brother.
Background on the band for those who don't know? We've been a true band for about a year and a half now. I say "true" because we changed our name from The Hate to Wiredogs and really started to hone in our sound around that time. We call ourselves a punk band, but I think with this new record we've morphed into more of a rock band (whatever that means). This past year we got to play with a lot of kick-ass bands like The Bronx, Fucked Up, Authority Zero. We also got asked to be part of the Future of Music Policy Summit out in DC, and to play Riot Fest. There were a lot of great opportunities for us and also some growing pains, but I think we’re finally turning into the band we all want to be.
The Wild After - Lesson Learned

“Lesson Learned” by The Wild After (Live)

One of the great things about the Denver music scene is how interconnected everyone is. The Wild After is a fairly new band who has just released their first EP. Two members are formerly of The Heyday. The bass player is from Churchill. The drummer also plays in Ivory Circle. They all have other things with other bands that I honestly can't remember right now. Plus they all are backing up Matt Hires on his tour that started last night at the Marquis Theater.

Flobots Concert Photos

Another great band from Denver, of course, are the Flobots. If you aren't sure who I mean right away, you know the song "Handlebars" (and its very cool video), although my personal favorite is "White Flag Warrior."I am lucky enough to call these guys friends,…

Interview With Sea Wolf

And when I say "Sea Wolf," I mean Alex Brown Church, because he is Sea Wolf. Based on the "heavy rotation" section on Rdio, you guys like Alex's new album, "Old World Romance," as much as I do. I say "Alex" like my new best…
List of Best Things To Do In Denver

Best Things To Do In Denver From A Local

I can't believe it's taken me this long to write this post. We moved to Denver in 1994 and ever since then, we've been making recommendations for friends who come to visit. Recently, I started a spreadsheet to help me remember  – and finally, the…

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