Out of Bounds: Music Makes You Move with Sammy T

  Save for a Jack Johnson concert, musicians love getting the crowd rowdy. Connecting the music with the crowd inspires physical and, on occasion, existential movement for both parties. Concertgoers...

High Rhymes: Kid Cudi

Toward the conclusion of Kid Cudi's Medical Cannabis Cup performance at Denver's Cluster Studios in April, High Times' Danny Danko presented Cudi with a meaningful piece of hardware—the Doobie Award for “Pot So...
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Vlog On: “Panty Droppers”

Menverites: wanna impress your S.O. on V-Day? Cupid Valentino and the Filipino Love Muscle--Sammy T--have a few tips. Catch a live version (and much more) at our Sex Issue Release party on Tuesday at Lannie'...
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NocturnOwl: Old School Salute @ The Jet Hotel

Greg Bloom's not the boss of me now. But he used to be. For the better part of a decade, Bloom published a pocket-sized Denver entertainment guide called Image Magazine; I was his Managing Editor for several ...
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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?