My Dog Ate chad

Fast-rising Northern Colorado alt-rock band My Dog Ate Chad brings together indie rock and grunge, balancing the edginess of metal with the melodic, sometimes dreamy feel of folk. With fluid vocals, playful riffs, and driving rhythms, the band conveys a strong sense of ensemble, musical layering, and self-assured experimentation.


“Like all of the great rock and roll trios in history, Serpentfoot manage to create tunes that seem so much bigger and grander than what you would think just three people are capable of. Marrying heavy and probably drug induced aural kilos of psych-rock a la the Brian Jonestown Massacre and the artsy proto-punk sneer of bands like Television and the Sonics is already a recipe for beautiful disaster. Easily. But the ‘foot doesn’t stop there; they then decide to add heapin’ helpin’s of noodly 60’s era surf and garage rock into the cake they’re baking, turning the whole mess of a into a new album and band that is so damn good you’ll need the recipe.” -Pulp Magazine

The Sickly Hecks

Originating as the solo project of Raymond Sunny, The Sickly Hecks has found form in Fort Collins as a punk-as-heck quartet of lovable miscreants.

Classic story, where’s the party?

Wasteland Hop

Wasteland Hop carves a unique space into your imagination, a space where one feels the soulful pourings of Janis Joplin interlaced with the cerebral speech of Aesop Rock. This live 6 piece band designs a new, original sound via violin, guitars, drum and bass plus the potent back and forth energy between leading vocalist Steph Jay and MC Mickey Kenny. Wasteland Hop has played with Flobots, Air Dubai, Zion I, Talib Kweli and Macklemore & Ryan Lewis. Wasteland Hop played SXSW 2014 as part of the Colorado Music Party. Scene Magazine ran a cover story in January 2014 calling Wasteland Hop the leading talent in The Fort. Greta Cornett of The Bohemian Foundation sees the band as one on the cusp, saying Wasteland Hop are poised to take that next big leap.


It has not taken long for iZCALLi to become one of the most successful bands in the Rock en Español scene in Denver. Brenda Avina (Bass), Alejandro Gonzalez (Drums) and Miguel Avina (Vox and Guitar) are the epitome of a power trio that combines their passion for music to create something truly unique, bringing a breath of fresh air to rock fans everywhere. IZCALLi has kept a high profile for years opening concerts for Enanitos Verdes, Jaguares, Hombres G, Reik and many others, receiving a special guest invitation to perform at Escandalo de Verano at Invesco Feld along side Ivy Queen and AB Quintanilla and the Kumbia All-stars. IZCALLi has had an excellent year, preparing for the release of their second independent album Despiertame on November 28th 2009. With their relentless work ethic and love for music iZCALLi will continue to build on its roots and make a mark in the history of rock.

My Body Sings Electric

My Body Sings Electric has spent more than a decade tirelessly building a following for their playfully honest blend of indie, alternative and post-hardcore rock. The band is prepared to release their most ambitious work yet with a new album slated for 2018 mixed and produced by Jason Livermore – Rise Against, A Day To Remember.

MBSE’s debut full length, “Part 1: The Night Ends” showed impressive sales for a self-managed and unsigned band, reaching #1 on the Billboard Rocky Mountain Charts and #156 for Billboard’s National Indie Chart. Their video for the first album single, New Friends, earned a premiere on MTV Buzzworthy.

The band has amassed a list of impressive dates on tour with Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness, Nick Thomas of The Spill Canvas, The Hush Sound and arena dates opening for Imagine Dragons, Young the Giant, Grouplove, and Bastille and more.

Slow Caves

Inspired by late nights in Hollywood, high speed car chases, red eye flights and vintage skateboard videos, the synth-punk musings of SLOW CAVES bleed a James Dean-esque revelry that explodes into a rich baritone croon.

There’s adrenaline, sonic vibration, blistering guitars and throbbing bass lines. It blends and molds together to create something visceral, yet refined.

It’s badass. And like any crash, you just can’t turn away.