A five-piece jangle pop band from the southern river-port of Russia. They make guitar music, inspired by 80’s new wave and independent dance scene with thick bass-lines and military drums. They have released their debut album in May 2010 via web. The disc is entitled “Alps” and consists of nine tracks.

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So, Tenacious D will be performing this evening at the world famous Red Rocks Amphitheater. Yes, Jack Black and Kyle Gass will rock the red off the rocks this night. If you’d like to go, for free, be the first person to correctly post the answer to one of the following two questions [...]

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It’s Blues Time

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Every year at about this time we like to remind Big Something readers and KRCC listeners what a sleepy little music town this used to be and how if you ever wanted to see a national or international music act you invariably had to drive to Denver. And while we’d like to think [...]

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