Soja, Nas at Red Rocks Amphitheatre for 4/20 (photos)

Fortunately dodging any major precipitation, Soja and Nas played to a chilly, dry and very high Red Rocks crowd on Saturday to celebrate 4/20. An odd billing, mixing up the pop-reggae of Soja with the classic New York hip-hop of Nas, but for most of the audience just looking to celebrate the unofficial weed holiday, it was just the right amount of good vibes.

Photo essay: SOJA @ the Ogden Theatre

Virginia-based roots-reggae band SOJA filmed their new video in front of a sold-out crowd Saturday night at the Ogden Theatre in Denver. Dubskin, The Movement and Anuhea opened the show.

Air Dubai vocalist Jon Shockness announces his last show with the rising hip-hop band

[caption id="attachment_94110" align="aligncenter" width="610"] Air Dubai performs during the final stop of the 2014 Warped Tour on August 3, 2014 in Denver, Colorado. (Photo by Seth McConnell/The Denver Post)[/caption] When Jon Shockness released his first single as Kid Astronaut earlier this month, the track served both as his solo debut and an announcement that he is leaving Air Dubai.

Air Dubai has high hopes for new album, “Be Calm,” exposure from 2014 Warped Tour

[caption id="attachment_91184" align="aligncenter" width="610"] Air Dubai from left, Jon Shockness, Nick Spreigl, Julian Thomas, Taylor Tait, Lawrence Grivich and Michael Ray. Photo by Emily Driskill, provided by 7S Management.[/caption] The first thing Lawrence Grivich does when sitting down for an interview with his bandmates is to pass around a half-full bottle of tequila.