Do you miss live music? I certainly do especially since we live in Northern Colorado where there's so many cool up-and-coming musicians.

Many local artists released new music during COVID-19 and the Rocky Mountain Collegian found us the ones that are actually worth listening to.

Slow Caves is an indie rock band well on their way to success after opening for acts like Cold War Kids, Modest Mouse and one of my husband's favorite bands, Cake.

  •  “Playing Bingo (With People Who Are Angry and Somewhat Dangerous)” by The Beeves

The Beeves are best known for their energetic live shows and mosh pits, The Beeves are Colorado natives and the band consists of brothers Ian and Will Ehrhart and Matthew Sease.

  •  “By the Day – Demo” by Lenore

Madi Rice is the woman behind Lenore. She plays guitar, composes, sings and produces her music from home. She calls her style, bedroom pop.

The Crooked Rugs released two new songs this summer and made their mark last year while headlining house shows. Their's is the kind of music that will will make you want to have a good time with good friends.

Jack Costanza is an artist who is based in Fort Collins. His lyrics are relatable and his musical style will have you ready to dance your troubles away.

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