Julian Marley made his way to Casselman’s April 18th for a night of reggae, featuring locals Selasee and the Fafa Family, CollieRAD, and PNuckle. As you would expect, it was packed, and there was no shortage of “4/20 festivities”going on throughout the evening. The music wasn’t the only thing blazing during the night; the bands jammed on stage and put on quite the shows.
The Symbols introduce another member to the cast: Marla Stone, radio dj personality and band helper.
WHO: P-Nuckle, Selasee and the Fafa Family, Collierad, DJ Chris Milly, Ras Marcus Benjamin, Julian Marley
WHAT: Reggae show featuring Julian Marley and the Uprising
WHERE: Casselman’s Bar & Venue
WHEN: Friday, 4-18, 8PM door time.
The Symbols interview other bands about their goals and expectations of their music career.
On April 11th, the Colorado Mammoth (5-9) play the undefeated Edmonton Rush (13-0) at the Pepsi Center, hoping to end their last home game with an unexpected victory. But the big event isn’t the game, it’s the event afterwards: a “free” (with the purchase of a game ticket) concert on the field featuring Aspen Hourglass and Lola Black.
The Symbols have recently released their new, zombie themed video for “Sparkle”. How they got so many of the undead to act rather than devour, we might never know, but for now, check out the video below!
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First, describe your band.
The Skyline Rise is simply modern rock. What that means is we’ve taken rock and made it modern-sounding through the use of synthesier backing tracks, dance beats, and pop-style songs. We are a three-piece band with myself (Dylan) on guitar, my twin Dalton on drums, and our bass player Mitch. One thing that makes our band unique is that we have two lead singers, which is my brother Dalton and myself. All of our songs are designed to be simple and have a cutting-edge sound.
March 15th saw a slew of great shows around the Denver area (and a whole bunch of drinking), including Treehouse Sanctum‘s CD release, complete with The Burroughs, Jon Boland, and Gora Gora Orkestar. Celebrating their release with a show and charity donation towards the Denver Rescue Mission, this small-key show was a nice find on a loud, busy night.