Current Lineup: Justin – Vocals/Guitar Devin – Vocals/Bass Noah -Vocals/Lead Guitar Marcus – Drums
Sounds Like: Sunset Silhouette, Saves The Day and The Ataris
It’s Pop punk Release Day here at CPRA. Today we’re kicking it off with Denver based Bury Mia. We have been fans of Bury Mia for a long time now. Today they released a new single “Better Off”. Check it out below!
This track was recorded at the infamous Blasting Room in Ft Collins, Colorado. Per the band this is the first single from a new record out later this year!
As Dial Drive makes their way west with the The Great Plains Escape Tour. The punks are bringing their legendary pop skate sound to Seventh Circle on 9/14/2019! Their new album, “Wasted Time” is out and available now via A Jam Records. You don’t want to miss this show as Dial Drive’s popularity continues to grow!
On tour with them is New Mexico punks, Right On Kid!. Their song “Tracer”, FT Ryan Rumchaks recently hit 30,450 streams on Spotify and continues to rise! Now is your chance to see them live and up close and personal!
Now CPRA and Aaron Saye realized how epic this show will be and gathered some kick ass locals to join the line up. Skate punks Bury MIA and Wild Lives!
Format: Digital (Physical may be available at the show)
Location: Denver, CO
Current Lineup: (Per Facebook)
Justin O’Neal – Vocals/Guitar
Alex Crabb – Guitar/Backing Vocals
Devin Martinez – Bass/Backing Vocals
Marcus Allen-HIlle – Drums
Favorite Tracks: Fools, Say This, Eighty Two In A 25, Adios, Death By Misadventure, and Firefight
Sounds Like: Penske File, JerkSwitch, MCR, The Used, and the Descendants
We here at CPRA have been bugging Bury Mia for a new release for over a year now. I’m happy to announce the boys have not let us down. The new record, “…And Sleep It Off”, drops this Friday at their release party with Major Glen and Jailpocket. This is a kick ass lineup and should not be missed. So let’s dig into, “…And Sleep It Off”.
The records starts out with “Adios”. I love the chords on this track. The melody is sweet yet meaningful. The lyrics are catchy, yet non generic. The perfectly well placed, “Ois” bring in that extra edge commonly not found in pop punk. “Say This” is the next track up. It has somewhat of a Ramonescore. As Admin A once said, “Pop Punk creates the best break up punk ever”. This track is for anyone needed that extra boost to leave a bad relationship. Could Bury Mia pull off a couple of Ramones songs? You bet and probably more.
My favorite song is up next and you may have heard, “Fools” before. Give it a listen in the bandcamp player below. This track is pure anger and feels refreshing and unexpected. The chords and general progression is killer. Grab your air guitar while there’s time. The next song up is “Eighty Two In A 25”. The track is heavy on drums and I love it. The message is powerful.
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“Death By Misadventure”, comes roaring in next with a blast of energy. This is my second favorite on the release. The track has a great skatepunk sound, while the guitar narrows the gap from metal. This song is KILLER! “Cold Hard Shiny Plastic” is up next, slowing things down a little. This track continues the great melodic sound the album is building. This song will easily be stuck in your head soon after.
“Firefight”, follows up with more of a street punk theme. The track seems to be about friendship. The drums are heavy, the bass pounding. This one may bring a tear to your eye. After listening you too will be saying, “There was a firefight”.
The last track up is, “Cry About It”. This song is very reminiscent of the Flatliners. The opening riff is fantastic. Justin’s spoken word part really sells this one home. It’s time to wrap this one up. Bury MIA’s new record, “…And Sleep It Off” is not just another run of the mill pop punk album. Every song is different, and in every chord strike, in every drum beat. You can feel the hours of blood, sweat and tears poured into this album.
Our favorite time of the year has finally come. Summer is just around the corner. Come celebrate the return of festival season, outdoor fun, and warmer weather. CPRA and Jon Von have put together a kick-ass line up of Colorado bands. Did I mention tacos? Don’t forget massive amounts of tequila! The show starts at 1pm!
Tickets are flying out the door and are likely to sell out by Friday evening, pick them up asap!
I am a guitarist/singer/songwriter/keyboardist and native of Detroit, Michigan currently living in the awesome Fort Collins, Colorado. Music is a way to convey what’s in someone’s heart, soul and emotions. I write a lot about what I see in the world,being a Yoga Instructor since 2004 and Reiki Master, my path, surrounding experiences with community and family,Nature, Love and life’s journey. People have a hard time putting a finger on my style. It varies from song to song. Some say: Post Punk, New wave, Rock, Indie… call it what you will I just write what’s in my heart at the time.
dRink/drAnk/pUnk. Classic Early Hardcore inspired lOud/ fAst/ dRunk Guitar Bass Drums. Solos, Screams, Open tunings Pentatonic, Gin and tonic. ” We recently recorded a 5 song demo, which you can hear on Reverb Nation. It will also be broadcast on KNED 95.3 FM. Drink/DraNK/PuNk is currently booking shows for the upcoming Spring and Summer in the mountains, in Denver and maybe in Pueblo or somewhere. -IG P.S. On The Name: I was a dj at KBFR in Boulder in 2009/2010. I did two shows a week. The first was Phantom Blues, the second was called Five Hours of Punk Rock. I kept running across the Anti-Flag song called Drink Drank Punk on the KBFR punk rock playlist(BFR for a time was called Phantom Radio). I decided then that it would be a good name for a band. “
Bury MIA is a return to the pop punk sound that stole hearts in years past with the grace of modern attitude. Out of Denver, CO these 4 guys have the grit and nerve to play hard and take no prisoners. With dynamic melodies and songs that make your pants fly off there is no telling how big Bury MIA will be.
The 10k V0LT GH0ST are a team of four anthropomorphic turtles, who were trained by their anthropomorphic rat sensei in the art of ninjutsu and named after four Renaissance artists. From their home in the storm sewers of Denver, they battle petty criminals, evil megalomaniacs, and alien invaders, all while remaining isolated from society at large.
“Reno Divorce is watching you… even though you can’t see or hear us. We’re right behind you, only a few steps away, matching each stride and breath of yours while we watch from just beyond the shadows. “