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Riot Fest Denver 2015

Riot Fest 2015 in Denver, not Chicago or Toronto

Aimee Note: I have been trying to get Bryan to write more for this site, but it took Riot Fest to make it happen. Thank you, Riot Fest. RIOT FEST. Even the name strikes fear into the hearts of parents everywhere. Well, not all parents.…

Andy Grammer and Parachute in Denver

Note: I was provided tickets and a photo pass for this concert, but all word and photos are mine. Sometimes concert photography is so easy. The lights, the band, the crowd - they all play in your favor. However, most times you have one or…
Nerd Prom Denver

Bop Skizzum Nerd Prom

Nerd Prom? People have been asking me for months what the heck that means. According to friends and clients Bop Skizzum, it means anything goes. From geek to chic. They proved it last Friday at Summit Music Hall with their 2nd annual event, where attendees…
HTFTH Hometown For The Holidays Finalists Top Ten 2016

Top Ten Bands: Hometown For The Holidays (HTFTH) 2016

It's officially the holiday season in Denver! Alf announced the top ten bands for this year's Hometown for the Holidays song contest at Not So Silent Night this weekend. They are listed in alphabetical order below with their song and social media links. I am…
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.

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