Zero-calorie Zevia

Photo by ZeviaTis the season to indulge in everything from sinfully delicious desserts to that home-cooked pot roast you’ve been waiting all year to come home to. But in the midst of the hedonism that the holi...

50 Shades of Green: Recycled Condoms?!

As a green writer, saying you shouldn’t recycle something sounds like eco-anarchy.  But it can get confusing with all the recycling do's and don'ts, and some things are actually less beneficial for the recyclin...

Film on the Rocks: June 4

Pepsi's Film on the Rocks Mondays, June 4-August 20 | 6:45 pm Red Rocks Amphitheater | 18300 West Alameda Parkway, Golden DenverFilm.org What do Iron Man, E.T. and the Anchorman have in common? They will ...
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Movin’ Units: Velcro City Records

Jason Schlosky has long had a thing for hooks and loops. Velcro City Records, the dance music label he founded with DJ Hero (no relation to the video game of the same name), benefits from nostalgia value associated with the patented “zipperless zipper” system invented by Swiss engineer George de Mestral. Hooks and loops, an idea de Mestral ganked from Mother Nature (burdock burrs, specifically), are the functional foundation for the popular textile technology. They play a similarly essential role in the creation of electronic music. Where would techno and its related electronica genres be without hooks and loops?