Underground at the Showcase

Youth on Record

Underground at the Showcase is an official podcast of Underground Music Showcase and a production of Youth on Record. Hosted by Youth on Record participants, the show offers candid conversations with festival performers across styles and genres. Episodes cover a range of themes and topics including community, identity, music education, mental health, fashion, and finding/creating moments of inspiration. Learn more at www.youthonrecord.org/podcasting read less
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S2: iZCALLi
Jan 30 2024
S2: iZCALLi
iZCALLi Is a genre-bending rock band pushing the sonic envelope of conventional Latin sounds. Miguel Aviña (Lead Guitar/Vocals), Brenda Aviña (Bass) and Luiggy Ramírez (Drums) combine to create music for the relentless, the determined…the immigrant song. In this episode Miguel talks about the band's diverse influences, coming up in Denver’s scene, and shifting the band’s identity from a “Great Mexican Rock Band” to a “Great Rock Band.”Learn more about iZCALLi at:https://open.spotify.com/artist/3Ha0TO43zWQsD2ySFmmp8C?si=FFp4mQlBR9eo2DT1PmZDJghttp://izcallirock.com/Underground at the Showcase is an official podcast of Underground Music Showcase and a production of Youth on Record. Hosted by Youth on Record participants, the show offers candid conversations with festival performers across styles and genres. Episodes cover a range of themes and topics including community, identity, music education, mental health, fashion, and finding/creating moments of inspiration. Underground at the Showcase was recorded live at UMS at H.R. Meininger Company.Hosted by Emerson Olson, and Cesar IbarraEdited and Mixed by Xavier GauthierProduced by David Ladon and Ryan ConarroTheme song written and performed by David Ladon, Genevieve Glimp, and Danny Acree. Additional music by Blvck QiUnderground Music Showcase is Denver's longest and largest music festival, featuring nearly 150 bands performing over three days across S. Broadway. Youth on Record designs and implements strengths-based, music-centered programs intended to equip young people from historically under-resourced communities with the skills needed to find success in life by advancing their academic success, increasing their economic opportunities and career skills, and strengthening their community connections and networks.Learn more at https://www.youthonrecord.org/podcastingSupport for Underground at the Showcase comes from BusinessDen.com, the Mile High City’s homepage for local business news and events. The site launched in January 2015 and is modeled on a highly successful newspaper operating in Richmond, Virginia since 2008. Their newsroom is located in downtown Denver and they have a staff of seven.
S2: Dead Boyfriend
Jan 30 2024
S2: Dead Boyfriend
Dead Boyfriend is a Denver-based band performing genre-melting indie fuzz music. Fronted by Ashley Nova, the band has been a familiar face at Youth on Record events for years. This year they played UMS for the first time! In this episode Ashley Nova and Genevieve Libien discuss the realities of running a band, and finding a supportive home base at Youth on Record.Learn more about Dead Boyfriend at:https://deadboyfriend666.carrd.co/https://open.spotify.com/artist/42iDZ7iW8rtYAxsS9I6nbvhttps://www.instagram.com/deadboyfriendband/Underground at the Showcase is an official podcast of Underground Music Showcase and a production of Youth on Record. Hosted by Youth on Record participants, the show offers candid conversations with festival performers across styles and genres. Episodes cover a range of themes and topics including community, identity, music education, mental health, fashion, and finding/creating moments of inspiration. Underground at the Showcase was recorded live at UMS at H.R. Meininger Company.Hosted by Emerson Olson, and Cesar IbarraEdited and Mixed by Xavier GauthierProduced by David Ladon and Ryan ConarroTheme song written and performed by David Ladon, Genevieve Glimp, and Danny Acree. Additional music by Blvck QiUnderground Music Showcase is Denver's longest and largest music festival, featuring nearly 150 bands performing over three days across S. Broadway. Youth on Record designs and implements strengths-based, music-centered programs intended to equip young people from historically under-resourced communities with the skills needed to find success in life by advancing their academic success, increasing their economic opportunities and career skills, and strengthening their community connections and networks. Learn more at https://www.youthonrecord.orgSupport for Underground at the Showcase comes from BusinessDen.com, the Mile High City’s homepage for local business news and events. The site launched in January 2015 and is modeled on a highly successful newspaper operating in Richmond, Virginia since 2008. Their newsroom is located in downtown Denver and they have a staff of seven.
S2: Fuya Fuya
Jan 30 2024
S2: Fuya Fuya
Fuya Fuya is a multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, and producer whose genres range from Hip-Hop/R&B to Latin-American Folk. She is also a member of the Ecuadorian and Denver based band Neoma where she plays electric guitar and keys. In this episode, she shares her influences from her early musical training to rediscovering traditional Ecuadorian music as an adult.Learn more about Fuya Fuya at:https://fuyafuya.wixsite.com/fuya-fuyahttps://open.spotify.com/artist/1JiXzEbUfLbvzJUWZ0yrfe?si=ntwvAF6JQ5KHFvyEsQDjhwhttps://www.instagram.com/fuya_fuya.ec/Underground at the Showcase is an official podcast of Underground Music Showcase and a production of Youth on Record. Hosted by Youth on Record participants, the show offers candid conversations with festival performers across styles and genres. Episodes cover a range of themes and topics including community, identity, music education, mental health, fashion, and finding/creating moments of inspiration. Underground at the Showcase was recorded live at UMS at at H.R. Meininger Company.Hosted by Xavier Gauthier and Chloe HinesEdited and Mixed by Xavier GauthierProduced by David Ladon and Ryan ConarroTheme song written and performed by David Ladon, Genevieve Glimp, and Danny Acree. Additional music by Blvck QiUnderground Music Showcase is Denver's longest and largest music festival, featuring nearly 150 bands performing over three days across S. Broadway. Youth on Record designs and implements strengths-based, music-centered programs intended to equip young people from historically under-resourced communities with the skills needed to find success in life by advancing their academic success, increasing their economic opportunities and career skills, and strengthening their community connections and networks.Learn more at https://www.youthonrecord.org/podcastingSupport for Underground at the Showcase comes from BusinessDen.com, the Mile High City’s homepage for local business news and events. The site launched in January 2015 and is modeled on a highly successful newspaper operating in Richmond, Virginia since 2008. Their newsroom is located in downtown Denver and they have a staff of seven.
S2: Destino
Jan 30 2024
S2: Destino
Destino is a multidisciplinary artist creating experimental pop, and producing events that highlight the work of other LGBTQIA creatives. Through their music and community building they are a passionate advocate for queer artists in Colorado. In this episode, they discuss fashion, community, sobriety, and carving out space for queer joy.Learn more about Destino at:https://www.destinomakesmusic.comhttps://open.spotify.com/artist/7v2MN054p1aHfpj9LniyMb?si=1XuJnSfXQmOJyS5K5IHfSw&dd=1https://www.instagram.com/destinomakesmusichttps://www.facebook.com/OfficialDestinoMusic?mibextid=LQQJ4dUnderground at the Showcase is an official podcast of Underground Music Showcase and a production of Youth on Record. Hosted by Youth on Record participants, the show offers candid conversations with festival performers across styles and genres. Episodes cover a range of themes and topics including community, identity, music education, mental health, fashion, and finding/creating moments of inspiration. Underground at the Showcase was recorded live at UMS at H.R. Meininger Company.Hosted by Emerson Olson, and Cesar IbarraEdited and Mixed by Xavier GauthierProduced by David Ladon and Ryan ConarroTheme song written and performed by David Ladon, Genevieve Glimp, and Danny Acree. Additional music by Blvck QiUnderground Music Showcase is Denver's longest and largest music festival, featuring nearly 150 bands performing over three days across S. Broadway. Youth on Record designs and implements strengths-based, music-centered programs intended to equip young people from historically under-resourced communities with the skills needed to find success in life by advancing their academic success, increasing their economic opportunities and career skills, and strengthening their community connections and networks.Learn more at https://www.youthonrecord.org/podcastingSupport for Underground at the Showcase comes from BusinessDen.com, the Mile High City’s homepage for local business news and events. The site launched in January 2015 and is modeled on a highly successful newspaper operating in Richmond, Virginia since 2008. Their newsroom is located in downtown Denver and they have a staff of seven.
S2: Corsicana
Jan 30 2024
S2: Corsicana
Corsicana is Denver musician Ben Pisano's solo project. Since 2014, he’s been active in the Denver music scene in multiple projects. Corsicana started as a bedroom recording project that blossomed into a rising name in the Denver indie scene. In this episode, Ben digs into his creative process and his DIY recording roots.Learn more about Corsicana at:https://open.spotify.com/artist/39ydxfWgeQxEiGP9JxlT0s?si=okySCUUZRJGd4qvtGC8SKwhttps://www.instagram.com/corsicanamusicUnderground at the Showcase is an official podcast of Underground Music Showcase and a production of Youth on Record. Hosted by Youth on Record participants, the show offers candid conversations with festival performers across styles and genres. Episodes cover a range of themes and topics including community, identity, music education, mental health, fashion, and finding/creating moments of inspiration. Underground at the Showcase was recorded live at UMS at H.R. Meininger Company.Hosted by Xavier Gauthier and Cesar IbarraEdited and Mixed by Xavier GauthierProduced by David Ladon and Ryan ConarroTheme song written and performed by David Ladon, Genevieve Glimp, and Danny Acree. Additional music by Blvck QiUnderground Music Showcase is Denver's longest and largest music festival, featuring nearly 150 bands performing over three days across S. Broadway. Youth on Record designs and implements strengths-based, music-centered programs intended to equip young people from historically under-resourced communities with the skills needed to find success in life by advancing their academic success, increasing their economic opportunities and career skills, and strengthening their community connections and networks. Learn more at https://www.youthonrecord.orgSupport for Underground at the Showcase comes from BusinessDen.com, the Mile High City’s homepage for local business news and events. The site launched in January 2015 and is modeled on a highly successful newspaper operating in Richmond, Virginia since 2008. Their newsroom is located in downtown Denver and they have a staff of seven.
S2: Rootbeer Richie & the Reveille
Jan 30 2024
S2: Rootbeer Richie & the Reveille
Rootbeer Richie & the Reveille is a Denver-band specializing in soulful swamp pop. The group contains a booming horns section and massive soulful vocals, reminiscent of iconic jazz bands but with a new energetic twist. Backed by The Reveille, seven of the hardest hitters in Denver’s music scene, Rootbeer Richie has the most soulful rhythm & blues bands west of the Mississippi. In this episode, Rootbeer Richie and Nate Larkin open up about growing up in punk bands, writing music in the shower, and sharing his Louisiana roots with the Denver music scene.Learn more about Rootbeer Richie and the Reveille at:https://www.rootbeerrichie.com/https://open.spotify.com/artist/0L8UtqBJvyrDFhPuJQ8Oq8?si=iY8MB4JOTjy0WmJXUCzf-Qhttps://www.instagram.com/rootbeerrichieandthereveille/Underground at the Showcase is an official podcast of Underground Music Showcase and a production of Youth on Record. Hosted by Youth on Record participants, the show offers candid conversations with festival performers across styles and genres. Episodes cover a range of themes and topics including community, identity, music education, mental health, fashion, and finding/creating moments of inspiration. Underground at the Showcase was recorded live at UMS at H.R. Meininger Company.Hosted by Chloe Hines and Emerson OlsonEdited and Mixed by Xavier GauthierProduced by David Ladon and Ryan ConarroTheme song written and performed by David Ladon, Genevieve Glimp, and Danny Acree. Additional music by Blvck QiUnderground Music Showcase is Denver's longest and largest music festival, featuring nearly 150 bands performing over three days across S. Broadway. Youth on Record designs and implements strengths-based, music-centered programs intended to equip young people from historically under-resourced communities with the skills needed to find success in life by advancing their academic success, increasing their economic opportunities and career skills, and strengthening their community connections and networks. Learn more at https://www.youthonrecord.orgSupport for Underground at the Showcase comes from BusinessDen.com, the Mile High City’s homepage for local business news and events. The site launched in January 2015 and is modeled on a highly successful newspaper operating in Richmond, Virginia since 2008. Their newsroom is located in downtown Denver and they have a staff of seven.
S2: The White Moms
Jan 30 2024
S2: The White Moms
The White Moms is a hip-hop trio with members Clay, Bruce, & Oliver. Having released a trilogy of self-titled albums, the trio has found success in Denver’s hip-hop scene. In this episode, The White Moms discuss some of their favorite local artists, and share their origin story.Learn more about The White Moms at: https://open.spotify.com/artist/79jJFRge0QHXx3G7LHiS9D?si=dQ8bECLPRhKQPpsBDOr4fQhttps://www.instagram.com/the.official.white.momsUnderground at the Showcase is an official podcast of Underground Music Showcase and a production of Youth on Record. Hosted by Youth on Record participants, the show offers candid conversations with festival performers across styles and genres. Episodes cover a range of themes and topics including community, identity, music education, mental health, fashion, and finding/creating moments of inspiration. Underground at the Showcase was recorded live at UMS at H.R. Meininger Company.Hosted by Emerson Olson, and Cesar IbarraEdited and Mixed by Xavier GauthierProduced by David Ladon and Ryan ConarroTheme song written and performed by David Ladon, Genevieve Glimp, and Danny Acree. Additional music by Blvck QiUnderground Music Showcase is Denver's longest and largest music festival, featuring nearly 150 bands performing over three days across S. Broadway. Youth on Record designs and implements strengths-based, music-centered programs intended to equip young people from historically under-resourced communities with the skills needed to find success in life by advancing their academic success, increasing their economic opportunities and career skills, and strengthening their community connections and networks. Learn more at https://www.youthonrecord.orgSupport for Underground at the Showcase comes from BusinessDen.com, the Mile High City’s homepage for local business news and events. The site launched in January 2015 and is modeled on a highly successful newspaper operating in Richmond, Virginia since 2008. Their newsroom is located in downtown Denver and they have a staff of seven.
S2: Lobo Lara
Jan 30 2024
S2: Lobo Lara
Lobo Lara is a cumbia duo featuring Lobo Lobo and Chilli Willy. After success with the songs “Paletas”, “Aguas Frescas”, & “Chamoy”; Lobo recruited the collaboration of Chilli Willy for new music. Their newest album “Hijo de la Cumbia” was inspired by musica Sonidera and extraterrestrial life. Through the use of various instruments, the duo were able to capture a sound described as cumbia pesada or electro cumbia. In this episode, Lobo and Chilli Willy offer insight into the Boise-band’s creative process and deep trough of inspirations.Learn more about Lobo Lara at:https://open.spotify.com/artist/4VsV4p5seMhiQOzQVeOoRbhttps://www.instagram.com/lobolara208https://www.facebook.com/lobolara208Underground at the Showcase is an official podcast of Underground Music Showcase and a production of Youth on Record. Hosted by Youth on Record participants, the show offers candid conversations with festival performers across styles and genres. Episodes cover a range of themes and topics including community, identity, music education, mental health, fashion, and finding/creating moments of inspiration. Underground at the Showcase was recorded live at UMS at H.R. Meininger Company.Hosted by Xavier Gauthier and Emerson OlsonEdited and Mixed by Xavier GauthierProduced by David Ladon and Ryan ConarroTheme song written and performed by David Ladon, Genevieve Glimp, and Danny Acree. Additional music by Blvck QiUnderground Music Showcase is Denver's longest and largest music festival, featuring nearly 150 bands performing over three days across S. Broadway. Youth on Record designs and implements strengths-based, music-centered programs intended to equip young people from historically under-resourced communities with the skills needed to find success in life by advancing their academic success, increasing their economic opportunities and career skills, and strengthening their community connections and networks. Learn more at https://www.youthonrecord.orgSupport for Underground at the Showcase comes from BusinessDen.com, the Mile High City’s homepage for local business news and events. The site launched in January 2015 and is modeled on a highly successful newspaper operating in Richmond, Virginia since 2008. Their newsroom is located in downtown Denver and they have a staff of seven.
S2: Dandu
Jan 30 2024
S2: Dandu
DanduDandu's music is inspired by jazz, hip-hop, funk, and progressive rock, resulting in a sound that can be best described as “wonky groove music.” The trio consists of Dylan Johnson, Ben Weirich, and Sean Dandurand, who all play in multiple projects. In this episode, they explore their disparate influences and the process for collaborative composition.Learn more about Dandu at:https://open.spotify.com/artist/0ro4j3Scrs3MBJLBZm5geK?si=_5iBj7FATqa5ak0KNRDumwhttps://www.instagram.com/dandumusicUnderground at the Showcase is an official podcast of Underground Music Showcase and a production of Youth on Record. Hosted by Youth on Record participants, the show offers candid conversations with festival performers across styles and genres. Episodes cover a range of themes and topics including community, identity, music education, mental health, fashion, and finding/creating moments of inspiration. Underground at the Showcase was recorded live at UMS at H.R. Meininger Company.Hosted by Xavier Gauthier and Emerson OlsonEdited and Mixed by Xavier GauthierProduced by David Ladon and Ryan ConarroTheme song written and performed by David Ladon, Genevieve Glimp, and Danny Acree. Additional music by Blvck QiUnderground Music Showcase is Denver's longest and largest music festival, featuring nearly 150 bands performing over three days across S. Broadway. Youth on Record designs and implements strengths-based, music-centered programs intended to equip young people from historically under-resourced communities with the skills needed to find success in life by advancing their academic success, increasing their economic opportunities and career skills, and strengthening their community connections and networks. Learn more at https://www.youthonrecord.orgSupport for Underground at the Showcase comes from BusinessDen.com, the Mile High City’s homepage for local business news and events. The site launched in January 2015 and is modeled on a highly successful newspaper operating in Richmond, Virginia since 2008. Their newsroom is located in downtown Denver and they have a staff of seven.
S2: Grace Devine
Jan 30 2024
S2: Grace Devine
Originally from Miami, Florida, Grace DeVine is now a Denver based artist on a mission to create a sonically supernatural listening experience. Having worked with the Dru Project in the past, Grace DeVine aims to provide support for LGBTQ youth through her music. In this episode, Grace nerds out about synthesizers, and opens up about creating space as a queer artist.Learn more about Grace Devine at:https://open.spotify.com/artist/00M3qh72XIfknqSvCE0N9O?si=HBVKZ72lRNGvj1IpKTkCKAhttps://www.instagram.com/gracedevinemusicUnderground at the Showcase is an official podcast of Underground Music Showcase and a production of Youth on Record. Hosted by Youth on Record participants, the show offers candid conversations with festival performers across styles and genres. Episodes cover a range of themes and topics including community, identity, music education, mental health, fashion, and finding/creating moments of inspiration. Underground at the Showcase was recorded live at UMS at H.R. Meininger Company.Hosted by Xavier Gauthier and Chloe HinesEdited and Mixed by Xavier GauthierProduced by David Ladon and Ryan ConarroTheme song written and performed by David Ladon, Genevieve Glimp, and Danny Acree. Additional music by Blvck QiUnderground Music Showcase is Denver's longest and largest music festival, featuring nearly 150 bands performing over three days across S. Broadway. Youth on Record designs and implements strengths-based, music-centered programs intended to equip young people from historically under-resourced communities with the skills needed to find success in life by advancing their academic success, increasing their economic opportunities and career skills, and strengthening their community connections and networks. Learn more at https://www.youthonrecord.orgSupport for Underground at the Showcase comes from BusinessDen.com, the Mile High City’s homepage for local business news and events. The site launched in January 2015 and is modeled on a highly successful newspaper operating in Richmond, Virginia since 2008. Their newsroom is located in downtown Denver and they have a staff of seven.
S2: Fruta Brutal
Jan 30 2024
S2: Fruta Brutal
Fruta Brutal is a Denver-based Latin-rock group that seamlessly blends styles and genres throughout their compositions. Fruta Brutal’s latest EP, Madre Serpiente, which was co-produced by Grammy Award-winning producer, Mack Major, and Denver-based Neoma producer, Danny Pauta, showcases the band's signature sound. In this episode, Martín talks about drawing influences from the many places he’s lived, including Boulder, New Orleans, and his native Ecuador. Learn more about Fruta Brutal at:https://www.frutabrutal.com/https://open.spotify.com/artist/3YQeVQWaBlB6SN0Y9r9YN8?si=YddC_k6ETQeojcFoMsDSxwhttps://www.instagram.com/frutabrutal/https://www.facebook.com/frutabrutalUnderground at the Showcase is an official podcast of Underground Music Showcase and a production of Youth on Record. Hosted by Youth on Record participants, the show offers candid conversations with festival performers across styles and genres. Episodes cover a range of themes and topics including community, identity, music education, mental health, fashion, and finding/creating moments of inspiration. Underground at the Showcase was recorded live at UMS at H.R. Meininger Company.Hosted by Xavier Gauthier and Chloe HinesEdited and Mixed by Xavier GauthierProduced by David Ladon and Ryan ConarroTheme song written and performed by David Ladon, Genevieve Glimp, and Danny Acree. Additional music by Blvck QiUnderground Music Showcase is Denver's longest and largest music festival, featuring nearly 150 bands performing over three days across S. Broadway. Youth on Record designs and implements strengths-based, music-centered programs intended to equip young people from historically under-resourced communities with the skills needed to find success in life by advancing their academic success, increasing their economic opportunities and career skills, and strengthening their community connections and networks. Learn more at https://www.youthonrecord.orgSupport for Underground at the Showcase comes from BusinessDen.com, the Mile High City’s homepage for local business news and events. The site launched in January 2015 and is modeled on a highly successful newspaper operating in Richmond, Virginia since 2008. Their newsroom is located in downtown Denver and they have a staff of seven.