Tag: Punk

PUNK GOES POP VOL. 7 OUT TODAY! Yahoo! Music Premieres Stunning Visual For ANDY BLACK + JULIET SIMMS’ Covering ADELE’S “WHEN WE WERE YOUNG”

The highly anticipated seventh installment in Fearless Records‘ Punk Goes Pop compilation series is out NOW!

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The Bombpops Go Boom at Hi Dive

LA based punk quartet, The Bombpops! hit up Denver last night at The Hi Dive on Broadway! Along with Russian Girlfriends, The Couch Bombs, and Over Time, a very welcomed kick-off to summer went hand-in-hand with an awesome night of punk-rock.

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Below the Surface with Jackson Taylor

Not too far down South Broadway lies Herman’s Hideaway, and on a beautiful 70-degree day in the month of February, nothing like a good show fits the mood of the city better. Jackson Taylor and the Sinners headlined a lush lineup of country-rock-punk and transported Denver to the world of Jack, and not just Jack Daniels. Continue reading “Below the Surface with Jackson Taylor”

Punk Trumps Trump

By Veronica Lee

On the evening of the inauguration, local punk bands united in a night of protest through community and music. Punk Against Trump was held at Summit Music Hall in downtown Denver and held a space for expression of collective frustration. Headbanging, middle finger rocking, mosh pitting audience members Continue reading “Punk Trumps Trump”

Punk Against Trump, Inauguration Day Rock Protest

By: Veronica Lee

The right to assemble, while in the form of a rock concert is not a new concept. It is, however, the perfect opportunity to form a relevant musical form of protest in a tense political climate. On Inauguration Day, five local Denver bands are exercising their freedoms of speech with a rally of punk music, Punk Against Trump. Mile High Feedback spoke with Ross Swirling, a member of Allout Helter, who is performing at Summit Music Hall on January 20. “It’s still basically just a punk rock show, but it’s important,” explains Swirling. “We really do stand behind our ideals that we put into our music. We can do this together and make an impact.” Continue reading “Punk Against Trump, Inauguration Day Rock Protest”