The Philosophy
Moon Magnet is the latest incarnation of a house with a storied past of creativity and innovation. Two years ago Derrick Bozich moved into a house in Denver’s Baker District with Reed Fuchs, Clay Cornelius, & Karl Rivers. The house was called Snozberry Studios at the time and Matt Tanner previously ran a studio in the basement before moving to Portland. In school Reed learned that it’s not the studio or gear, but the producer who brings the best qualities out of an artist. Regardless of gear limitations at the time, he started Moon Magnet Studios in the basement. Anna Smith lived at Moon Magnet that summer and during her stay everyone’s dreams of starting a label & artist collective became a reality. They began using the label as a way to release their friend’s records: Ancient Elk, Grease Pony, Wild High, déCollage, and many more. Last October, Derrick & Reed started meeting up with Neil Lyons every week and envisioned a plan for Moon Magnet Publishing. They launched it in May of 2014 and have since sealed multiple placements in local film productions. Moon Magnet is an artist collective with a lot of branches; it’s an umbrella with a multiverse of people under it. Inside Moon Magnet you can sing & dance endlessly, or learn how to rap & beat box from Karl Rivers, or dream of being an actor or producer and then shoot your first short film.

Moon Magnet is a place where artists can be themselves and express freely

It’s a house with about eight bands practicing in it between recording sessions throughout the week. Moon Magnet’s spirit of endless possibilities can be experienced at the Meadowlark shows they throw every 2nd & 4th Wednesday or their Circuit Bending Nights every 3rd Wednesday. Moon Magnet strives to inspire musician’s to try new things and promotes a “you can do anything with practice; barriers are mostly mental” DIY ethos.

Moon Magnet’s Family of Bands and Recent Releases


The 10th release on Moon Magnet includes some of our friends remixing Retrofette’s new single, Need To Know Your Name, including Snubluck, OptycNerd X Levi Double U, & Tyler Snow.


Featuring members of Rubedo, Rose Quartz, Wild High, A Mac-DZ, Ancient Elk, and Turner Jackson. déCollage performed with of Montreal & Diane Coffee Oct 28th and released Psycholodge EP through Moon Magnet’s Lunadrifter, the label’s custom smart phone app from Ghost Time Games. It’s synesthetic and you won’t ever play the song the same twice.


Moon Magnet has collected some nebular gems for their third compilation, featuring music from a few of the collective’s favorite Denver and national artists. With the goal of instigating a sonic vortex for listeners to teleport through the matrix of the multiverse, Compilation #3 is a collection of 7 tracks, 5 of which are unreleased.


Grease Pony is a Denver based collection of musicians/artists comprised of 3 animals by the names of Jackson Hillmer, Derrick Bozich, and Hunter Roberts.


Wild High is a 4 piece rock and roll band from the Mile High City that is moving people with their emotional and groove-laden music.


Moon Magnet Comp. Vol. 2 is a shimmering collection of ultrasonic territory via Denver, CO. This compilation features songs from artists who practice or record at Moon Magnet Studios, in addition to a selection of bedazzled favorites. Kowabunga! Evoke the inner spacekid.


Ancient Elk represents a synthesis of various sounds that have informed a wide spectrum of musical styles that have been running through Denver. Reconciling seemingly incompatible ideas from its members differing backgrounds, the band threads together Americana, psychedelic rock, jazz and experimental music in an original way that is also incredibly accessible.



Black Umbrellas is the brainchild of Moon Magnet producer and co-founder Derrick Bozich. Offering chillwave lo-fi experimental music from deep within the vortex.


Surrealist Adventure Music: A crystal prism you twirl around in your minds eye, watching, unfolding in sonic Technicolor.


If Salvador Dali’s paintings were translated into music, they would sound like déCollage

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