Episode 006 - The Ephinjis

Episode 006 - The Ephinjis

The Ephinjis are a Denver punk trio getting ready to release their debut album, The Unfortunate Life of Bob: A Guideline to Dying Amongst the Living. The band sits down with Blake to talk about tracking their new album in Arizona, the importance of good drummers in live performances, as well as albums from Green Day, My Chemical Romance, and Fall Out Boy. Three new songs from the upcoming record are also debuted on the show including their new single, "XVII."

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Episode 004 - Patrick Garner

Episode 004 - Patrick Garner

Patrick Garner brought local talent to the center stage when he started hosting shows in his basement, allowing young talent to display their original material when they wouldn't otherwise be able to do so. Patrick phones in for a quick chat to talk about his basement gigs, his former band, Houston's Problem, and his upcoming EP with his new group, Maddie's Changed.

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Episode 003 - Wax Lashes

Episode 003 - Wax Lashes

Matilde Vanfleet, or Wax Lashes has been playing her material around Denver for the past few years now. Blake sits down with her to discuss the music scene at large and debuts brand new songs from her upcoming album, Bones. Other discussion topics include The Black Actor’s Guild, black feminism in Beyonce’s Lemonade, the recently closed Strange Grounds Cafe, and her new band, Cult of Personality.

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Episode 002- EMPRESS

Episode 002- EMPRESS

Blake sits down with cholo goth rockers, EMPRESS, to discuss their latest EP, INK Pt. 1, and the band debuts a brand new song entitled, "All I Can Do." Discussion topics include auditioning musicians, working with producers, and the year in music so far. Prelude Press founders, Shannon Shumaker and Dom Vigil also stop by to discuss the origins of the magazine and why supporting local bands is so important.

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