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Thursday, June 4,2015

souls remembered and forgotton

In which Steven Wilson constructs a life inspired by someone known to many, cherished by a few and forgotten by everyone

By Dave Kirby
An inquest concluded that the remains were those of Joyce Carol Vincent, a London resident of Caribbean descent, not yet 40 years old at the time of her death. Her demise was never conclusively determined, but she had been dead, according to the best approximation that forensic science could ascertain, for about 25 months.
Thursday, May 28,2015

Listen

An activist at heart and multi-instrumentalist on stage, Australia’s Xavier Rudd has spent 2015 touring the world in support of his ninth studio album, Nanna. Rudd’s upbeat reggae stylings are mellow yet politically charged.
Thursday, May 28,2015

Give Back

Come check out music from internationally renowned artists, all while supporting a great international cause. Tibetan flutist and Grammy nominee, Nawang Khechog headlines this event organized to raise money for victims of last month’s earthquake in Tibet and Nepal.
Thursday, May 28,2015

Weird karma

Portugal.The.Man’s founding bassist Zach Carothers on life in the band

By Dave Kirby
“I’ve been driving around trying to find the parking lot for this rehearsal space,” he says with a laugh. “It’s down this weird alley in North Hollywood. It’s crazy. And I realized I was supposed to call you, so I just told our keyboard player to figure it out.
Thursday, May 28,2015

Hippie to hardcore

The Gaslamp Killer’s evolution

By Kyle Eustice
Public Enemy’s Chuck D once told The Gaslamp Killer he looked like Jim Croce. Maybe it was the long hair and bushy mustache he was rocking at the time, but either way, he had no idea what Croce looked like, so he had to look him up. Sure enough, they had a slight resemblance, but that’s where the similarities ended. The type of music The Gaslamp Killer creates is the opposite of the folk music Croce was known for making. The Gaslamp Killer constructs heavy-hitting, electronic brilliance that bursts with elements of hip-hop, funk, rock and everything in between.
Thursday, May 21,2015

Calling all nerds

Bassnectar embraces the versatility of electronic dance music

By Kyle Eustice
Lorin Ashton, better know as Bassnectar, has not cut his hair since he was 19 years old. The Santa Cruz, Calif., native has been growing it out for nearly two decades. It all started with his love of death metal, the only genre of music he could connect with as a teenager.
Thursday, May 14,2015

Innovate

In an effort to grow and expand the Boulder music scene, four Colorado bands headed off to Austin, Texas for one of the biggest music festivals in the country, SXSW. They’re back and ready to share what they’ve gathered at The Hill Music Summit.
Thursday, May 14,2015

Listen

To celebrate a new moon and a time for recharging, Shine Restaurant is gathering an eclectic group of musicians including Lara Ruggles, Beth Preston and Sam Rae, featuring Jeb Bows. Rae has been playing the cello for over 15 years, and her music is haunting and whimsical, ranging from slow and soft to dancey and energetic.
Thursday, May 14,2015

On music and madness

Henry Rollins turns his anger into fuel

By Kyle Eustice
Rollins was born Henry Lawrence Garfield in Washington, D.C., the only child to Iris and Paul Garfield. His parents divorced when he was just 3 years old and he was mostly raised by his mother. Rollins suffered from depression and low selfesteem during most of his formative years, which led to an early interest in physical fitness.
Thursday, May 7,2015

LISTEN

Katie Mahan knew she wanted to be a concert pianist since the age of 4. She had her first solo recital at the age of 6, and since then she has performed on stages across the globe.
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