• Superhero movies: Invisible Women? - 08/03/2015 08:52 PM MDT
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    2 wounded in shooting outside hip-hop concert in New Jersey

    08/03/2015 10:58 PM MDT
    HOLMDEL, N.J. (AP) — State police say two people have been wounded in a shooting outside a hip-hop concert in central New Jersey and a suspect is still at large. 
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    Chicago's Lollapalooza resumes after storm evacuation
    08/02/2015 02:42 PM MDT - CHICAGO (AP) — Organizers of Lollapalooza say they are reopening the music festival after the threat of a storm prompted them to evacuate attendees. Full Story

    Second Story Garage: Plume Varia
    07/31/2015 10:58 AM MDT - It didn't take long for Denver music observers to notice Plume Varia. Husband and wife Shon and Cherie Cobbs formed the band only two years ago, but after about a year they started finding themselves on best-of lists and playing the scene's top venues. Full Story

    Zedd finds new voice, shows growth on True Colors
    07/30/2015 09:19 PM MDT - A three-year-old song on Zedd's latest album is the track that helped him land his record deal - with the help of Lady Gaga. A demo of "Addicted to a Memory" got into the hands of Gaga, who was so impressed with the track that she called Zedd to work on her ARTPOP album and helped him sign with her label home, Interscope Records. Full Story

    On-air next: Tame Impala, Wilco and Strange Wilds
    07/29/2015 09:22 PM MDT - After months of waiting, the new Tame Impala record Currents has arrived. After a few singles that confused, delighted and infuriated fans, it is obvious that the group is not going to release another Lonerism. Instead of the cerebral, guitar-based group they have presented themselves to be, Currents is focused more on dance grooves.  Full Story

    Audio File: Hudson Mohawke pushing boundaries
    07/30/2015 04:43 PM MDT - Hudson Mohawke is not his real name of course, but in this column you're not going to see too much robotic fact spewing. I guess I could tell you his name is Ross, but who freaking cares - he's #$%^#$% HudMo!!  Full Story

    Second Story Garage: Red Fox Run
    07/27/2015 08:22 AM MDT - The Denver quartet takes the business side of music very seriously, and that professionalism carried through the session, which musically was marked by a passion that seemed impatient for release. Full Story

    Analog Son remains true to the art of funk
    07/28/2015 12:19 PM MDT - Denver band promises "retro-style" sound in opening slot for legendary Maceo Parker at the Fox Theatre. Full Story

    Henhouse Prowlers: Spreading the bluegrass love
    07/23/2015 02:37 PM MDT - Boulder and bluegrass go together like jam and improv. The entire county has constantly boasted an extensive bluegrass community, so it's fitting that an internationally accomplished crew, the Henhouse Prowlers, are dropping by the Lazy Dog, 1346 Pearl St., Thursday night. Full Story

    On-air next:Yonatan Gat, Lee Bannon and EZTV
    07/22/2015 09:09 PM MDT - For many bands, it seems song structure and tiresome rehearsal can be a double-edged sword. Though sounding tight as a group is key, musicians also should strive to sound natural, organic and human. And for Israel-born and New York-based guitar experimentalist Yonatan Gat, improvisation strikes the right chord. On the newest collection of live jams, Director, a bassist and a drummer accompany Gat, giving the record a more jazz-oriented feeling.  Full Story

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    College footballCU football: Buffs carry air of optimism into fall camp

    Olugbode sees greater drive to win
    Every coach and every player in every sport feels a sense of optimism when the start of a new season arrives. Full Story
    (Cliff Grassmick / Staff Photographer)
    College footballCU football: Buffs carry air of optimism into fall camp

    Olugbode sees greater drive to win
    Every coach and every player in every sport feels a sense of optimism when the start of a new season arrives. Full Story
    (Paul Aiken / Staff Photographer)
    Second Story Garage: Plume Varia

    It didn't take long for Denver music observers to notice Plume Varia. Husband and wife Shon and Cherie Cobbs formed the band only two years ago, but after about a year they started finding themselves on best-of lists and playing the scene's top venues. Full Story