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Lost Walks Is a New Denver Band Worth Keeping An Eye On

Lost Walks, a new band featuring members of Andy Thomas' Dust Heart, Tin Horn Prayer, Bad Luck City, Tarantella, Strange Americans, FaceMan and Slim Cessna's Auto Club, is set to make its debut at Syntax Physic Opera, a date that will also serve as the act's record release party.

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Allout Helter working on new album with Trevor Reilly of A Wilhelm Scream

Denver punk band Allout Helter is in the midst of recording its new record, the follow-up to Sinking, We Regress, its 2013 full-length release. Trevor Reilly from A Wilhelm Scream is producing the record, which is being recorded at Felipe Patino’s Greendoor Recordings, and is due out next year on the Bird Attack Records imprint.

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Trev Rich Joins Cash Money Records Roster

After weeks of speculation, it has now been officially confirmed that Trev Rich has joined the Cash Money Records Roster. Both Rich and Bryan "Birdman" Williams, the label's co-founder, appeared on KS-107.5 last night and talked about the news.

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The Jekylls are splitting up, set to play their final show in November

This morning, the Jekylls announced plans to part ways and pursue their other musical projects. After a successful and very well received five-year run, the Denver-based four-piece is planning to put a capper on its career with a final farewell show at 3 Kings Tavern this November.

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Parting thoughts: Angie Stevens reflects on nearly two decades of making music

After nearly two decades of making and playing music in Denver, Angie Stevens has decided to step away from performing indefinitely. Giving her the send off she deserves, the Trusted Ear sat down for a chat in advance of her farewell performance. 

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DJ Low Key talks about The Solution and the fifth season finale of Goodness

Summer is over—well, at least the summer party season in Denver. It's winding down, anyway. Sunday marks the fifth season finale of Goodness, the party helmed by the Solution crew. DJ Low Key talks to us about Goodness and The Solution and what makes them both great.

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Listen to Zach Heckendorf's new song "Harvest"

If you missed seeing Zach Heckendorf a few weeks ago, it might be a minute before you see him again. The talented songwriter just moved to New York City for school, but he recorded a bunch of new music to tide fans over until he returns. "The Harvest" is the first song from the bunch.

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Listen to Joshua Trinidad's rendition of "Retrograde" by James Blake

Joshua Trinidad has a new single out this morning. This one is literally fresh out of the oven. He recorded it yesterday and posted it late last evening. It's a rendition of James Blake's song "Retrograde," and it's every bit as enticing as you'd expect.

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FaceMan planning to host a two-day music festival this November

So this should be all kinds of rad. The illustrious members of the inimitable Denver band FaceMan are in the process of putting together their own two-day music festival featuring 75 to 100 acts later this year just before the holidays. The working title: FaceMan's 100 Year Storm.

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Watch Allegaeon's new "All Hail Science" video, filmed at Black Sky Brewery

In case you missed it, yesterday, Allegaeon shared its new video for "All Hail Science." Filmed at Black Sky Brewery this past winter, the track is slated to appear on Proponent for Sentience, the Fort Collins metal band's new album, which is due out towards the end of September.

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Learn about music licensing at the Denver Composers Symposium at Syntax

Next Saturday, Syntax Physic Opera is hosting an event organized by the folks at the Denver Composer Symposium meet-up group, which will focus specifically on music licensing. Sounds like a worthwhile event for songwriters seeking to learn more about making a living making music.

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Izcalli filming PSA next week at the Walnut Room and needs extras

Izcalli has been tapped to tape a public service announcement for the Colorado Department of Transportation, which will be broadcast on Univision and Telemundo later in the year. The act is slated to film next week at the Walnut Room and is looking for extras to appear in the clip.

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