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3OH!3

10 years ago by Jef Otte
Back in 2007, 3OH!3 hit on a potent formula by appropriating the snarl and swagger of crunk for the white suburban set. With 2008's Want, the band retained the swagger but angled its sound toward a type of electro-pop-punk expertly calibrated for mass appeal. Though Streets of Gold edges slightly...
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3OH!3 at the Ogden

12 years ago by Joe Tone
Aaron Thackeray braved the sweatiness to get photos from 3OH!3's Saturday-night show at the Ogden. See his work at westword.com/slideshow...
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3OH3!

12 years ago by Eryc Eyl
"Maybe I could be the first rapper-slash-doctor!" As he applies to medical schools for next year, Nathaniel Motte — beatmaker and one half of Boulder crunk-rock duo 3OH!3 — is getting psyched about the cred this will win him in the hip-hop game. "Let's put this down in ink," he...
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3OH!3

12 years ago by Dave Herrera
3OH!3 is a group you either love or loathe. Judging from the response the act has gotten both here and across the country, most listeners land comfortably in the former category. Stuffy literary types who blanch at the simplistic synth lines, rudimentary beats and admittedly crass lyrics are missing the...
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3OH!3 is the Place to Be

12 years ago by Dave Herrera
Looks like the 3OH!3 homies are proving to be hotter than July. On the heels of being pimped on the front page of MySpace a few weeks ago, followed by an insanely successful stint on the Denver stop of this year's Warped Tour (check out footage from that gig after...
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3OH!3

13 years ago by Eryc Eyl
"Maybe I could be the first rapper-slash-doctor!" As he applies to medical schools for next year, Nathaniel Motte — beatmaker and one half of Boulder crunk-rock duo 3OH!3 — is getting psyched about the cred this will win him in the hip-hop game. "Let's put this down in ink," he...
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3OH!3

13 years ago by Michael Roberts
Nathaniel Motte and Sean Foreman, the twosome behind 3OH!3, are to subtle musicianship what hot dog-scarfer Takeru Kobayashi is to table manners. The sounds on their debut CD are blessedly loud, proud and goofy. Applying the term "production values" to the disc seems pointless, since the electro-instrumentation featured here probably...
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3oh!3

14 years ago by Eryc Eyl
Is it getting hot in here, or is it 3Oh!3? Early in 2006, the Colorado hip-hop scene received a smack in the face from Sean Foreman and Nathaniel Motte, two pasty-faced Boulderites ready to get the party started. With barking flow, Casio beats and frenetic live energy, the duo known...
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3OH!3 in Entertainment Weekly

12 years ago by Dave Herrera
This just in... 3OH!3 has officially reached ubiquity, as evidenced by its appearance in the October 3 edition of Entertainment Weekly (the one with Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert on the cover re-creating the controversial New Yorker illustration). As if there was any doubt, Boulder's most unlikely superstars clearly continue...
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3OH!3 in Rolling Stone

12 years ago by Dave Herrera
As if selling out multiple nights at the Gothic and the Fox Theatre, killing it on the Warped tour and dominating airplay on most -- if not all -- of the modern rock stations in the country weren't already evidence enough, 3OH!3 is edging closer and closer to ubiquity. In...

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