It can be hard for a band to distinguish themselves a town full of musical talent like Fort Collins. Some artists fall into the trap of believing that ability alone will open every door to the top. They become disgruntled at the wonderful community around them that actually just wants them to see them happy and working. Fortunately for Post Paradise, their positivity, professionalism and work ethic have kept them on the straight and narrow path to acclaim. On top of recording and performing, they work on their own skills and even do some teaching. They also take initiative to enhance their own live shows with immersive lighting design; and by all accounts they are a breeze to book and work with.
For these reasons, and for their uniquely Colorado sound, we’re thrilled to share a download from their May 18, 2013 sophomore release, “Digging Secrets.” This is the band’s first recording with their new rhythm section. The quartet recorded the “Digging Secrets” this January at Fort Collins’ legendary recording studio, The Blasting Room, with engineer Chris Beeble, who was also tasked with mastering the album’s 10 tracks in February. After a number of showcases at SXSW, the band is back on the front range and ready to release their latest opus May 18th at Hodi’s Halfnote with Shatterproof and Rachel and Kings. Find purchase info at http://
Please note that downloads offered via KRFC MusicShare are intended to introduce you to great talent in KRFC’s community, and are NOT CD-quality recordings. If you want those, please support the artists by buying their music and/or seeing them live.
If you’re in a band or are a musician looking to share your music, email your tracks to Andrew [at] krfcfm [.] org for consideration.
Andrew Schneider is a volunteer host and booker for KRFC’s Live@Lunch, bringing the best local and visiting talent to Northern Colorado’s airwaves every Monday-Friday, Noon-1PM. He is also a veteran web developer, filmmaker, DIY venue collaborator, and KRFC’s digital media lead. Check out his new blog: Entertaining Fort Collins; and his forthcoming feature film, Whensday