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Friday, October 31,2014

Pics from The Motet's Mixtape 1975 Halloween show

By Nadia Mishkin
Each Halloween the Motet unites costume-clad fans of the Front Range and transport them to a funkified era of the bands choice. Nobody knows how to start a dance party better than this Colorado-
Friday, October 31,2014

New video from Boulder band, The Ridgelings

See a live studio capture of "Blindfold"

By Josh Gross
Boulder Americana band, The Ridgelings, is hustling the internet to put out its first album, no small feat even in the age of digital recording.  The band just gave a peek behind the curtain w
Friday, August 1,2014

Four or more for Music Director

CMF may have more candidates than we thought

By Peter Alexander
Rumors have been swirling around Chautauqua all summer. When the Colorado Music Festival announced its summer season, it was stated that three of the guest conductors were candidates to replace
Tuesday, July 29,2014

Colorado Shakespeare 'monitoring weather'

Possibility of show cancellations

By Josh Gross
Boulder is currently facing a flashflood warning expected to last through later on Wednesday, July 30, with at least 1-2 inches of rain expected. Since Colorado Shakespeare Festival performs some o
Wednesday, July 23,2014

Red Fang releases free acoustic EP

How to get heavier by playing softer

By Josh Gross
Portland stoner-metal act Red Fang released a new EP to Bandcamp today. And in a double-twist of pleasantly unexpected, it's both free, and acoustic.
Tuesday, July 22,2014

Trent Reznor knows it all

NIN's performance at Red Rocks shows how to evolve from garage band to arena rocker

By Josh Gross
It looked like he was going to laptop jockey the show, filling the stage only with the size of his legacy, the closest NIN could get to playing an “unplugged” show. But Reznor had something grander in store.
Monday, June 23,2014

Andrew Bird's performance at Chautauqua was the anti-Kanye

Majesty and humility in both performer and venue

By Adam Perry
When I first heard that Kanye West had referred to himself as “the Michael Jordan of music,” I immediately recalled the first time I heard Andrew Bird’s instrumental Useless C
Sunday, May 18,2014

Foals and Cage the Elephant, uncaged

Two headliners for the price of one

By Josh Gross
I'll be honest: I didn't expect much going in to see Cage the Elephant at the Ogden Theater on May 18. I was there for the opener, Foals.
Tuesday, April 22,2014

The Knife slays Denver

Concert review

By Josh Gross
I have something of a love-hate relationship with The Knife's performance at The Fillmore in Denver last night.
Thursday, April 3,2014

Meat Puppets stage a hodown at The Fox

Underground '90s band still knows how to rodeo

By Nadia Mishkin
Moistboyz and Meat Puppets hosted a grungy, moshy hoe-down at the Fox on Tuesday, April 2. Moistboyz, a hard rock, heavy metal punk group lead by Mickey “Moist” (also known as Mickey M