YaSi Muses on Her First Sold-Out Show

“I want my culture to be in people’s faces,” Yasman Azimi remarked casually as she sipped on her coffee. She sat on soft cushions that lined the sun-filled tearoom of Rosebud Cafe, a Persian-owned spot in Capit...

Postcards Proves Pop-Punk’s Not Dead

Denver’s pop-punk scene is alive and well — even if you don’t know exactly what ‘pop-punk’ is. Pop-punk combines the power chord changes of punk with the upbeat melodies of pop and adds in lighthearted lyrical ...
Kishi Bashi

Q&A – The Kishi Bashi Connection

If you haven't heard Kishi Bashi by now, I'm urging you to get on that boat ride — that fantastical, melodic and funk-tastic ride. Kaoru Ishibashi (Kishi) has been in the music scene for a couple decades, but i...

Halsey Brought Dark Pop to the Gothic

To all the young hipsters of the world, the social revolutionizers, the downtrodden and weary -- Miss Halsey is here to put your deranged thoughts into song. Photo Courtesy of Halsey's Facebook She opene...

Phantogram: Releases Sophomore Album, Voices

Electronica junkies everywhere are bounding with elation at voices, the second Phatogram album released on February 18th. The sprightly duo conjured up eleven tranquil tracks that all listeners can relate to, u...

MUSIC: Best Albums of 2013

It's January 1st, 2014. A new year. A new start. And with the new year comes another full year's worth of music that begins releasing in less than a week. With that, 303 Magazine would first like take a look at...