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Rythmatronix | 1Up-Colfax | Review

Submitted by Christopher Kemp on Sat, 10/10/2015 - 11:11 am

The String Cheese Incident Percussionist Jason Hann brought his world-fusion group Rythmatronix to The 1Up Colfax in Denver, CO for an intimate and wild night of music. Comprised of Jason Hann, Fareed Haque, Andre Manga, Raul Pineda, Todd Stoops and featuring Michael Kang expectations of Rythmatronix were set high… and met with flying colors.

California Roots Music Festival Announces 1st Round Artist Lineup

Submitted by Press Junkie PR on Fri, 10/09/2015 - 11:52 am

The 7th annual California Roots Music and Arts Festival will take place at the historic Monterey County Fair and Event Center from May 27-29, 2016.  The top tier national festival is the premier gathering for the progressive U.S. Reggae and roots music movement, bringing the scene together over Memorial Day weekend in beautiful Monterey, CA.
 

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The String Cheese Incident | Rhythm of the Road Volume 2 | Review

Submitted by Tim Hurley on Thu, 10/08/2015 - 5:40 pm

With a wealth of live concerts under their belt since the late 90s it was nice to finally see The String Cheese Incident release an archival show a few years back entitled Rhythm of the Road Volume 1; a smoking complete performance from the Tabernacle in Atlanta from the winter of 2000. That was a fantastic release but fans have been left wondering if they were ever going to hear more.

The New Deal @ Mishawaka Amphitheater

Submitted by Philip Emma on Tue, 10/06/2015 - 7:50 pm

It was the first super chilly night in the mountains of Colorado at one of the most beautiful venues in the country. That made the crowd super intimate for the progressive breakbeat house trio. These Canadians are no strangers to cold weather or Colorado. Their shows in Boulder and Denver in the spring attracted many long-time fans. This show was even better than those a few months back. I saw the Boulder Theater show, but there was something about the magic and music of this night that made it the show to see.

Sunshine Music Festival Returns in January

Submitted by Woody Graber on Tue, 10/06/2015 - 7:09 pm

When it’s January in Florida that means it’s time for the annual Sunshine Music Festival to bring some of the most electrifying musical performers to the state.  And this year promises to be the most unique yet!  Once again headlined by the preeminent blues-rock leader Tedeschi Trucks Band  the 2016 Sunshine Music Festival features a great line-up of exciting acts on two live music stages along with a wider array of refreshing craft beers and delectable menus from a wider variety of food vendors.

Leftover Salmon and Breckenridge Brewery Announce the Release of Silver Salmon IPL

Submitted by EmmyG Productions on Tue, 10/06/2015 - 6:14 pm

The paths of Leftover Salmon and Breckenridge Brewery came together in 2012 when they threw a street party in celebration of the band's Aquatic Hitchhiker album launch. The first of their beer and music collaborations was in 2013. Leftover Salmon created four original songs that were pre-released exclusively through Breckenridge Brewery’s 12-pack Sampler Packs on Artist Series coasters.

Grateful Web Interview with Alric Carter

Submitted by Christopher Kemp on Tue, 10/06/2015 - 5:41 pm

In anticipation of TAUK's upcoming shows, Grateful Web picked the brain of keyboard magician, Alric “A.C.” Carter.

Grateful Web: Hi Alric, Thanks for taking some time to talk with me. I really appreciate it.

GW: First off you just dropped a new live album on 1320 records titled “HEADROOM.” Can you talk a little bit about why you decided to put out a live record vs. a studio album?

Dead.net Announce Dave's Picks Volume 16

Submitted by dead.net on Tue, 10/06/2015 - 4:34 pm

Dead.net is wrapping up the 2015 Dave's Picks series with a real whopper! That's right, Dave's Picks Volume 16: Springfield Civic Center, Springfield, MA 3/28/73 - the show that nearly didn't happen - is packed with 30 songs and lengthy ones to boot. As liner note scribe Dennis McNally claims this one's got a "classic 1973 'problem': almost too much good material...

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