303 Music Vol. 2 Out Now

303 Music Vol. 2 Out Now!

Photo by Brittany Werges.

We here at 303 Magazine know how much you love local music. 303 Music Vol. 1 was our gift to you to showcase the best local musicians in the best possible platform. We’re back with more of your favorites in our exclusive release of 303 Music Vol. 2 partnered with vinyl heavy-hitter, Vinyl Me, Please.

Our second vinyl features 12 tracks of strictly Colorado musicians including gems like The Motet, DeVotcKa and Tennis.

For a second year, we’ve teamed up with Youth on Record — a non-profit organization dedicated to empowering troubled teens through music. Our aim is to support local organizations as well as local artists. This organization holds an important place in our musician’s hearts.

“Having a positive activity for our youth while getting them involved in music is great for not only the youth of Denver but also helps grow the scene as well,” – Motion Trap.

Eighty percent of the proceeds of each record sold will go towards helping Youth on Record continue its important work in our community.

We have once again paired up with a local artist to create some incredible album art. Anna Charney — a Denver native — was a featured artist in the 2018 Crush Wall Exhibit in RiNo Art District. Her murals are the inspiration behind this year’s cover.

The wait is finally over. With the marking of 303 Day, we have officially released our second vinyl, 303 Music Vol. 2 both online and in stores for only $22. Buy it here.

Find our vinyl at your favorite record retailers for purchase:

Twist & Shout
2508 E Colfax Ave., Denver

Dazzle At Baur’s
512 Curtis St., Denver

For a limited time only we reprinted 303 Music Vol. 1 and bundled it with our new release for anyone who missed out on our vinyl the first time around. You can find this deal on Vinyl Me, Please for $43.

Check out our tracklist below. The album also features a free download code for a Youth on Record album, splattered colored wax, a gatefold album jacket that opens up and more.

303 Music Vol. 2 Track List:

  1. “Empty Vessels” – DeVotchKa
  2. “Molecule” – Motion Trap
  3. “Pretty Head (ft. Bella Musser)” – Covex
  4. “Still in Love” – Nightlove
  5. “In the Morning I’ll Be Better” – Tennis
  6. “Grow Again” Live from the Ubisububi Room – The Still Tide
  7. “Trapper Keeper” – Pries
  8. “Optimistic (ft. 2mx2) – Kid Astronaut
  9. “Opia” – ATOMGA
  10. “Death or Devotion” – The Motet
  11. “Aint Your Mama” – Mama Magnolia
  12. “Silverspoon” – iZCALLi

A special thank you to our Vol. 2 sponsors 


Interested in stocking our new album at your store? E-mail Kori.Hazel@303magazine or Kate.poueymirou@303magazine.com for wholesale and distribution information. 

303 Vinyl Vol. 1

We love local artists. And for the first time, we’re releasing a compilation record that is purely Colorado. Teaming up with “the best damn record club out there,” Vinyl Me, Please, we’re putting together a 12-track album featuring strictly Colorado musicians.

The album will feature beloved Colorado artists like GRiZTrev Rich, Wildermiss, an exclusive track by Flobots and more — all only on vinyl. “I love that the Denver music scene is one where the artists strive to uplift their community,” expressed Denver DJ and producer GRiZ. “It says a lot that people are wanting and doing what’s best for their culture. I’m honored to be a part of it.”

In addition to showing local love by featuring Colorado musicians, we sought out the assistance of local artist John Vogl for the 303 Music Vol. 1 cover art. Vogl took his inspiration for the art from the colors of the Colorado flag and natural beauty of our state. He has spent years making concert posters for a variety of bands— St. Vincent, Shakey Graves and Sylvan Esso to name a few.

READ: Art of the Concert Poster – The Designs of Denver Artist John Vogl

By partnering with Youth on Record 80 percent of all profits from the album will benefit the organization, creating a better tomorrow for them and in turn, the Colorado community as a whole.

“Youth on Record far exceeds anything that we possibly could imagine,” said local alternative band Flobots. “That’s because the city came together to make it happen, and we think that’s one of those things that makes Denver so special. That’s why we stay here because Denver is a special place.”

Photo by Kyle Cooper

303 Music Vol. 1 is available for presale now with an official release date of May 18, 2018. The release coincides with a release party at The Church Nightclub the night before (May 17), featuring a local music artist showcase and access to early purchase of the record.

You can get your copy of 303 Music Vol. 1, now online here or pick one up at your local retailer. See below for supporting locations.

Twist & Shout — 2508 E Colfax Ave.
Book Bar — 4280 Tennyson St.
Dazzle Jazz — 1512 Curtis St.
Recollect Records — 1255 Delaware St.

Bart’s Records — 1625 Folsom St.

Fort Collins
The record is not stocked at any Fort Collins record stores but if you’re in the mood for a stay-cation, it has been stocked in rooms of The Elizabeth Hotel.

*Interested in stocking the record at your location? Email tyler.harvey@303magazine.com for wholesale information. 

303 Music Vol. 1 Tracklist:

  1. “Feel Like Makin’ Love (ft. The Cabin)” – GRiZ
  2. “Boys Don’t Cry” – Trev Rich
  3. “Death Hex” – The Velveteers
  4. “May Nothing Disturb You” – Flobots (EXCLUSIVE track)
  5. “Big Black Car (ft. the Colorado Symphony)” – Gregory Alan Isakov
  6. “Lucid Recall” – Sunboy
  7. “Wantin’ Ain’t Gettin’ (Live)” – Esmé Patterson
  8. “Carry Your Heart” – Wildermiss
  9. “We Just Want the World”  Eldren
  10. “Rollin’ (ft. Dante ThatGuy)” – Jay Triiiple
  11. “Runnin'” – SUR ELLZ
  12. “Throw Up” – Dirty Few


Thank you to our  Vol. 1 sponsors