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Lucent Dossier Experience Announce North American Tour

Submitted by The Confluence on Mon, 05/26/2014 - 8:14 am

Los Angeles-based avant-garde performance troupe Lucent Dossier Experience are taking their mystifying show on their first North American Headlining Tour titled “Light of the World” this spring 2014, stopping in Boulder, CO on June 11th at The Fox. After headlining Coachella’s Gobi Stage, they are set to mesmerize each city with a unique visionary spectacle complete with captivating aerial arts, acrobatics and contortion alongside fashion-forward styling and high energy, eastern-inspired electronic bass music tied

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Catch Brothers Gow at Beanstalk Music Festival

Submitted by Blooming Footprint on Sun, 05/25/2014 - 12:10 pm

Borrowing from a massive cache of influences, Brothers Gow, based in San Diego, CA by way of Flagstaff, AZ, is a funk-rock-improv quintet that relies on thoughtful lyrics, deep grooves and improvisational tact to keep each show sounding fresh and unique. The band’s energetic stage presence combined with powerful vocal harmonies, complex arrangements, ripping guitar solos and the band’s awe-inspiring lighting makes each show memorable.

Lohi Music Festival coming in June to Denver

Submitted by Philip Emma on Sun, 05/25/2014 - 11:52 am

Hey Denver! Get excited about one of our cities best festivals of the summer featuring a DISCO theme throughout the festival, amazing music, food, and revelry to kick off summer 2014. There are festival heavy hitters on the lineup already, and there are more to come…stay tuned and get your tickets for Beverage Distributors Presents: LOHI Music Festival are on sale now at www.lohimusicfestival.com!

Christina Rubino | Alive from the Scrapheap | Review

Submitted by Markus Druery on Sat, 05/24/2014 - 5:15 pm

It's easy to know how to categorize an artist like Christina Rubino. Self-described as “a Female Johnny Cash” Alive from the Scrapheap’ is one of the more dark releases I’ve heard this year. It’s not so dark and apocalyptic steeped in the fog of shock mind you, but rather extremely truthful and honest. It’s got sold melodies and impressive musicianship – which is a rarity in today music.

Roosevelt Collier's Colorado Getdown | Review/Photos

Submitted by underwoodschumm on Fri, 05/23/2014 - 8:40 pm

Striking out on your own as a musician after being part of an ensemble is never easy to do, save for the fortunately marketable front men and Beyoncés of the world. Roosevelt Collier is doing his best, and while picking up steam, has never forgotten where he came from and what made him the musician he is today. Forged out of the Pentecostal beliefs surrounding “Sacred Steel,” Roosevelt is both carrier of the torch and genre-hijacking outlaw.

Grateful Web Interview with Victor Wooten

Submitted by Dylan Muhlberg on Thu, 05/22/2014 - 7:18 pm

Dylan Muhlberg of Grateful Web. I am thrilled to be joined by Grammy Award winning bassist Victor Wooten. His virtuosic techniques have yielded an illustrious solo career and continuing collaborations with music legends of similar caliber such as Bela Fleck and Stanley Clarke.

Stephen Stills | Boulder Theater | 5/17/2014 | Review/Photos

Submitted by Dylan Muhlberg on Thu, 05/22/2014 - 4:03 pm

If the spirit of the 60s was still alive, it’s probably not through the music. Nostalgia is what connects most folks to those simpler, but equally perplexing socioeconomic times in American history. On a grand scale, the human-be ins and connectivity that brought the young generation, the baby boomers, growing into adults of the late 1960s, was a time when youth stopped buying into their elder generations ideas of conformity and the lies about being patriotic by supporting a pointless war halfway across the world.

EOTO Unleashes 6th Annual Live Collection

Submitted by Tsunami Publicity on Wed, 05/21/2014 - 6:43 pm

EOTO just unleashed their 6th annual live compilation K-Turns & U-Turns Vol. 6, Best of 2013, featuring 3½ hours of live uninhibited music from their 2013 tour. Arranged and produced to have the feel of a live show, the album slides effortlessly from track to track bringing the listener through some of EOTO’s best live performances last year.

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