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Victor Wooten Band live @ the Boulder Theater

Anyone that knows anything about soul music knows that it’s not a genre or a categorization, but a feeling. Sometimes Rhythm and Blues, Motown, or Funk will all get associated with soul music, but usually isn’t a defining element of a specific sound or mode of playing. It is what it describes: coming from the soul. So when you take an artist like Victor Wooten, soul would not be the first “buzz word” that comes to mind.

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David Grisman Bluegrass Experience | Boulder Theater | Review

With a career spanning over half a century, it’s difficult to conceive of a musician treating an audience to tunes that sound nothing but fresh.  However, Mr.

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Drop the Lime | 'Enter The Night' | New Music Review

With a thick bass line and a dance club worthy beat (sans the cheesy lyrics and pop atmosphere), Drop the Lime created a deep and dark sensual album. DJ Luca Venezia is the New York City-based singer-songwriter and producer. His deep voice resonates throughout the album bringing each sound together into this wonderful collection of songs.

Thurston Moore | Boulder Theater | 6/27/12 | Review & Photos

Thurston Moore is an innovator; he’s the type of musician who has seemingly never had a box to think inside of.

Karl Denson's Tiny Universe's Beastie Boys Tribute Show

As a child of the eighties and a huge fan of all of Karl Denson’s projects, this show was a must see for me.

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Ramona Falls | Hi-Dive | Denver, CO | Review

“Work is love made visible.  And he alone is great who turns the voice of the wind into a song made sweeter by his own loving.” – From The Prophet by Kahlil Gibran

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Wilco | Red Rocks | June 22nd, 2012 | Review & Photos

When Wilco’s newest album, The Whole Love, came out last year, guitarist and lead singer Jeff Tweedy explained the rationale for making Art of Almost the first track.

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Dandy Warhols | Showbox | Seattle, WA | Review

Thunderous oscillations expand violently from center stage, miraculously freed from a vintage Moog chipset only to be captured by my outer pinna, which sends the tone swirling inward toward the depths of my cochlea. The synthetic drone weaves through a latticework of scenestirs and technocrats occupying Seattle's Showbox Theater this evening.

Curumin: A Man of Many Meanings

Any good musician uses language as a series of stepping stones to pass personal expression on to the audience. It is what binds us together. So when the musician Curumin (KOO-roo-mean) performed at Denver’s Bluebird Theater this past Sunday evening, expressing himself in Portuguese, I was searching to find what binds us together.

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