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Thursday, June 5,2014

listen up!

“The ukulele is a really accessible instrument,” says Lindsay Taylor, publicity manager for Swallow Hill Music. “There’s only four strings on it so it’s really easy to manage for people. The ukulele is small, you can put it on your back, you can go anywhere with it.
Thursday, June 5,2014


Omaha’s finest electro-pop and industrial punk pioneers The Faint are coming to the Gothic Theatre next week with music from their ninth album, Doom Abuse. Known as Norman Bailer in the ’90s (with Bright Eyes member Conor Oberst), The Faint will bring dancing, jumping, head banging and all around sounds of confusion.
Thursday, June 5,2014


The festival will bring a one-day celebration of Jewish culture that includes live music and entertainment, ethnic food, fine art and judaica (Jewish ceremonial art) and community organizations.
Thursday, June 5,2014


Opera on Tap brings you what’s new in the world of opera from local composers. For this concert they presenting Colorado Composes, in which their singers will be showcased along with local composers and musicians on the piano, viola, clarinet and percussions. Tickets are available at and more information can be found at the Facebook page, Opera on Tap Colorado. A donation of $10 is suggested.
Thursday, June 5,2014

The jokers of spades

Red Fang likes its sludge-metal with a hint of whimsy

By Adam Perry
Not many modern metal groups are featured on NPR’s First Listen or routinely garner nearly a halfmillion YouTube views when a new music video is released. But Portland sludge-rock favorite Red Fang, which plays the Gothic Theatre in Denver this Friday night, has a unique way of maintaining a sense of unbridled fun, for both band and listener, while playing remarkably heavy songs with remarkably dark lyrics.
Thursday, May 29,2014


Colorado Springs folksters Aaah!RealMonsters (two members of the 5-piece St. Louis based pop-punk band of the same name) are all about the harmonies, pulling pop-rock tunes from influences like the Avett Brothers and Johnny Cash for an acoustic coffeehouse sound with a grunge edge.
Thursday, May 29,2014

Bass logic

Victor Wooten explains it all

By Dave Kirby
When Victor Wooten, arguably the greatest electric bass player of his generation, rolls into town this week, he will uncharacteristically be playing without any of his brothers — his band instead will consist of some longtime friends and players, several of whom appear on his twin releases Sword and Stone.
Thursday, May 29,2014

What they do

Shook Twins embrace a more mature, darker sound on new album

By Brian Palmer
If variety is the spice of life, then the music that Laurie and Katelyn Shook (Shook Twins) make is very spicy. Their early albums have included everything from tales about robot love to near Biblical levels of flooding, and their live shows feature beatboxing, singing and one of the twins clucking like a chicken.
Thursday, May 22,2014

Colorado’s favorite band

The Naked and Famous don’t do anything half-assed

By Josh Gross
When the band swings through the region for its only in-state show this week, it will play not at Red Rocks or the Pepsi Center or any of the other mega-venues you’d expect “Colorado’s favorite band” to fill, but at the much more modestly sized Boulder Theater.
Thursday, May 15,2014


Boulder’s eTown Hall is hosting its annual tribute to the Minnesota Minstrel on Sunday, May 18, featuring an all-star lineup of musicians like Monacle Band, Boulder Swing Collective and Gregory Alan Isakov. It’s the eighth year the tribute has happened.