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Thursday, April 5,2012

Borgore ruined dubstep before anyone else

Attitude is what makes a DJ great, provocative producer claims

By P.J. Nutting
When haters blasted him for “ruining dubstep,” the young Israeli producer (born Asaf Borger) named his third full-length release Borgore Ruined Dubstep Pt. 1. It became a breakout release and set the tone for his characteristically carefree identity.
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Thursday, January 19,2012

Big things for Big Gigantic

Dominic Lalli saxes up Boulder Theater

By P.J. Nutting
Last year proved to be a breakout year for Big Gigantic. The duo, which includes live drummer Jeremy Salken, hit plenty of milestones: Big G opened for Sound Tribe Sector 9 at Red Rocks (a recognized launch pad for upcoming artists that includes Bassnectar and The Glitch Mob), stole the show at Global Dance Festival on an otherwise lackluster day, and returned to the Fox Theatre for their first hometown headline that sold out nearly within 24 hours.
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Friday, December 9,2011

REVIEW: Eliot Lipp at the Fox Theatre, Dec. 7

By P.J. Nutting
For those who didn’t sweat the end of another semester, last night’s Fox show was a really good local showcase of mid-tempo get-low beats helmed by respected downtempo maestro Eliot Lipp.
Thursday, December 1,2011

Michigan Mike was Nederland fixture

By P.J. Nutting
Mike Torpie, widely known as “Michigan Mike” and the founder of NedFest, was found dead in his car while parked outside of the B&F Mountain Market in Nederland last week. No foul play is suspected.
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Wednesday, November 23,2011

The birth of Technicolor Tone Factory

In a college music scene dominated by DJs, Boulder band stands out

By P.J. Nutting
On any given night in Boulder, you can find DJ sets and the sounds of electronica leaking out the doors of bars around town. For musicians in their early 20s, the peer pressure and demand to go digital is enormous, and that’s exactly why the persistent militia of kids who stick by their instruments seem all the more heroic.
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Thursday, November 17,2011

Pretty Lights Music clowns around at the Fox

Gramatik and Michal Menert bring their chilled electrobeats to the Fox

By P.J. Nutting
Pretty Lights Music is loaded with solo electronic acts, so it’s refreshing to see that as lead man Derek Smith (Pretty Lights) has shed drummers over the years, Pretty Lights Music as a label is increasingly inclusive.
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Wednesday, November 9,2011

Portal hopping and pierogies

By P.J. Nutting
David Sugalski ventures to distant galaxies and inner headspaces as The Polish Ambassador, a lone emissary on a noble and funky mission through the cosmos to spread electro party vibes to every corner of the universe.
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Wednesday, October 19,2011

REVIEW, SLIDESHOW: Amon Tobin at Boulder Theater, Oct. 18

By P.J. Nutting
Bravo, Amon Tobin. That is how you put on a transcendental light show: I feel like I just witnessed Berlioz conducting his "Symphonie Fantastique."
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Thursday, October 13,2011

From the cockpit of mercurial cuboids

Sit back and watch the universe unfold at Amon Tobin’s show

By P.J. Nutting
Oh, Nikola Tesla … if only you could see what electricity can do now. It may be just as well that Tesla can’t be brought from the past to Boulder this Tuesday, Oct. 18, for the Amon Tobin show, because there is no way someone from his time would survive the terminal mindfuck that will ensue. It will be difficult enough for present-day Boulderites to wrap their heads around what is surely among the most futuristic audio-visual presentations in existence.
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Thursday, October 6,2011

Blog bands in Neverland

Odd Future gives a middle finger to the world

By P.J. Nutting
The Lost Boys of Neverland occupy their days by living in the woods, harassing washed-up pirates, hanging out with mermaids, and occasionally scrapping with the natives before reconciling over a peace pipe. They generally did and said the things that a mob of unsupervised boys would do and say while living in a fantasy world.
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