CAM Records is pleased to announce Avenhart as the newest addition to the CAM Family!! The CAM Records student staff is excited to be working with Avenhart for the Spring semester!
"It’s been a busy year for One Flew West, an alt-rock band featuring a horn section and high-octane live shows. Two members of the band – Linden Jackson (vocals, guitar) and David DiSalvo (lead guitar) – study in the College of Arts & Media’s (CAM) music business program, which they call a “huge asset” to their development as a band." Click here to read the rest of the article by Chris Casey for CU Denver Today.
These students are working hard to create a new reality for themselves – in large and small ways. Whether it be bucking the trend that a typical work day has to start at 8 a.m. and end at 5 p.m.; or that larger systems need major changes to make education available to all; or to create awareness and movement to make the act of getting a government-issued ID easier for those who have been adopted – these students are thinking critically, acting and making a difference.
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6. "Had It All" — One Flew West
Indie rock gets a bad rap in this town where the only buzz seems to be around hipsters in suspenders or freaks with synths, but One Flew West is bringing it back, and bringing it back well with the “Had It All” video. An obvious spoof of the “Too Many Cooks” nightmare of a video (which takes place in Denver if the opening shot is to be believed). The band makes you giggle while blasting through one of the better indie-rock songs in recent times. You can check it out Here.
Denver band One Flew West, who signed with CU Denver’s own CAM Records, recently released the music video “Had It All,” shot with the help of CU Denver students.
“We did the shoot over two days in December,” said David Di Salvo, the band’s lead guitarist and supporting vocalist. “It was really great getting to see all of the students work together and each play an important role in the video. Some College of Arts and Media students were even actors in the video and turned out to be way better actors than us.”
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"Student-run record labels at college-level music schools provide real-world opportunities for students. They operate like major label companies, thanks to the high-powered music industry backgrounds of the faculty involved. The skills learned and the experiences gained are essential training for anyone interested in a career in music industry, as well as for anyone wanting to get their own music heard and distributed."
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For those of you who don’t know, Red Fox Run is doing their release party May 9th at Larimer Lounge with Viretta and Slow Caves.Read More
Today features a spotlight on two of our students.
Check out below and get familiar with the kids of CAM Records.
RED FOX RUN AT SUMMIT MUSIC HALL 7:30 PM 3/13Read More
The Fray was just a group of promising college students finishing their spring semester at the University of Colorado-Denver, and they had submitted a demo of their music to CAM Records, the university’s student-run label. By the time CAM’s compilation, Colorado Cuts, was released in November, How To Save a Life was on its way to eventually topping Coldplay’s X&Y as the best-selling album of all time. Rightfully, CAM still lists The Fray as one of its own.
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"It's not every day that a school's music business program gets named to music journal Billboard Magazine's list of the 11 best in the country.
But for the University of Colorado Denver's newly appointed dean of the College of Arts & Media (CAM), that's now a reality." Click here to read the rest of the article by Eddy Perez for Denver Business Journal.
"The university features a music and entertainment industry studies department that includes courses in concert promotion, music publishing and music business in the digital age, as well as a student-run label, CAM Records. The school offers one of the few singer-songwriter programs in the country. Students collaborate across all programs, creating a real-world experience of the music industry while in school, and building a supportive community of musicians, managers, and engineers."
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"Andrea Petrucelli is standing on the street in Austin during SXSW, handing out cards printed with directions for downloading a song by the Denver band You, Me and Apollo. She is committed to her task, yelling to the hordes of music fans walking by that the song is a must-have from Denver's next big thing. She also encourages them to go see the band's show that night." Click here to read the rest of the article by Isa Jones for The Westword.
We are excited for the CD release of our current signed band, You Me and Apollo. The show will be at the Bluebird Theater this Friday, May 9th. Special guests will be Patrick Dethlefs and Desert Noises, who will be playing Bonnaroo in June. We have a VERY limited amount of tickets left to this event. RSVP on Facebook and message us for a ticket to the show, it WILL sell out!
"Another innovative means of digital music distribution has arrived at the University of Colorado Denver. CAM Records, the record label from UC Denver’s College of Arts & Media, is introducing reloadable USB wristbands, unique in the college arena." Click here to read the rest of the article from the CU Newsroom.
"University of Colorado Denver College of Arts & Media (CAM) Records was recently named as an Independent Music Awards (IMA) Vox Populi Winner for the second consecutive year. CAM Records’ From These Words was selected as the College Record Label winner through the IMA, an awards program for independent artists and fans resulting in fan-selected winners. The album was chosen from submissions from over 70 countries on six continents."
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"University of Colorado Denver’s College of Arts & Media (CAM) Records was recently named as an Independent Music Awards (IMA) Vox Populi Winner for the second consecutive year. CAM Records’ From These Words was selected as the College Record Label winner through the IMA, an awards program for independent artists and fans resulting in fan-selected winners. The album was chosen from submissions from over 70 countries on six continents." Click here to read the rest of the article by Caitlin Jenney for CU Denver Today.