Music

You know how artists are

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When Kristian Dunn, one half of the instrumental indie-rock duo El Ten Eleven, finished 2018’s Banker’s Hill, he found himself wanting to...

Spinnin’ on a rock in space

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It’s early November, and high winds are whipping up tiny whirlwinds in the parking lot of a quadplex in Nederland where...

King’s Singers return to Boulder with music familiar and new

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Pat Donnachie can hardly wait to get back onstage. With an audience. In Boulder. As a member of the...

Chompin’ at the bit

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Bonnie and Taylor Sims have been integral elements of the Front Range music scene for over a decade, lending their unique talents...

The Bela Fleck of the ukulele

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In the world of stringed instruments, the four-string ukulele has a small and kitschy lute that was associated with the likes of...

A backing track to hedonism

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Take the chance to brush up on your Greek mythology as you groove to “Maenad,” a new track by local producer Alex...

Life in the elephant cage

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As Danny Shafer’s marriage came to an end a couple of years ago, songs began to flow out of him. 

Evolution of a sellout

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When word got out last year that Koe Wetzel had signed a major label deal with Columbia Records, he heard it from...

Eklund Opera presents ’the perfect Verdi opera’

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Nicholas Carthy describes La traviata as “the perfect Verdi opera.” Based on the 1848 novel by Alexandre Dumas, La...

Manna from pop heaven

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When Tom McFarland is touring in the States, he likes to “dip back into the American classics,” listening to Simon & Garfunkel...

It’s about time

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It was the cover. The cover kind of said something, and then it kind of said something else, because the times and...

The right kind of noise

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There seems to be a cultural (maybe generational) shift happening; musicians are forsaking the rigidity and structure of a single genre in...