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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.
Thursday, May 15,2014


Canadian rappers Swollen Members turn over a new leaf on new album

By Nadia Mishkin
Life is a beautiful struggle,” begins the title-track of Swollen Members new album Brand New Day, which the hip-hop trio will be promoting at the Fox Theatre in Boulder on Thursday, May, 22. The lyric foreshadows an album embracing triumph over dark times.
Thursday, May 8,2014

listen up!

San Francisco’s Doe Eye (Maryam Qudus) is the master of a tricky blend: dissonant noise, and smooth pop songcraft. The tunes on her new album Television are apocalyptic dream pop with washes of distorted guitars, electronic noise and jagged, echoed drum patterns beneath smooth and luscious vocals crooning melodies native to the deepest melancholy.
Thursday, May 8,2014


Heroin may be “so passe,” but not the band that sung about it. The Dandy Warhols started 20 years ago in Portland and are still going strong, playing mellow alternative rock tunes with a feel good vibe even when they broach some lyrically bleak subject matter.
Thursday, May 8,2014

Focus puller

William Fitzsimmons writes his new album from the outside looking in

By Brian Palmer
When it came time for singer-songwriter-guitarist William Fitzsimmons to start work on his newest project, Lions — which released in February — it felt like a personal and professional reboot.
Thursday, May 8,2014

Dropping the hammer

Robert Olson chooses ‘ultimate fate’ for his next-to-last MahlerFest

By Peter Alexander
The founder and artistic director of the Colorado MahlerFest has announced that he will retire after the 2015 festival of music by Gustav Mahler. This year’s festival, the 27th and Olson’s next-to-last, features the “Sixth Symphony,” with performances in Macky Auditorium on May 17 and 18.
Thursday, May 1,2014


Pete would have been 95 and he would have loved this event. Come celebrate Pete Seeger’s music with performances and talks by Elena Klaver, Dave Hard and the Pretty Good Folk Band, Peter Levine, Poet/Author, Tim Z. Hernandez, Silent Bear and the Earth Guardians.