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Beats by Dre. The words conjure a clear picture. Solid, bold-colored headphones emblazoned with the eye-catching 'b' on the side.   Full Story
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The guitarist's "Crosseyed Heart," his first solo album since 1982, debuted at No. 11 on Billboard's 200 albums chart this week. But the Stones last made a record in 2005.   Full Story
Alex Giannascoli has been making bedroom pop for some time under the moniker Alex G. With simple, poppy and melancholic musical sensibilities and a delicate voice, Alex G has been compared to an emo-tinged Elliott Smith.   Full Story
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A$AP Rocky's 2015 started out at the lowest of low points, with the death of the 26-year-old rapper's best friend and collaborator, A$AP Yams, in January.   Full Story
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By design or simple proximity, America usually winds up with a first couple of pop. In 1985, Madonna and Bruce independently wrangled received ideas about working-class saints and sinners for an audience that got it backward half the time.   Full Story
Kurt Vile is a philosophical Philadelphian on b'lieve i'm goin down, the hirsute rocker's sixth album.   Full Story
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The deadline for submissions to Radio 1190's t-shirt design contest is this Friday, Sept. 25th! Hurry up and e-mail your designs to dan@radio1190.   Full Story
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At 51, Soundgarden frontman has found positives in diminished vocal prowess.   Full Story
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The huge-sounding, live-electronic duo is about to go on for two nights at Red Rocks for its fourth annual Rowdytown set of shows. It takes a lot of work to pull it off. And Big Gigantic's Dominic Lalli and Jeremy Salken have a hand in every detail.   Full Story
Like audio, when trying to place how good a wine is, you must look at the many wines you've experienced up until that glass to gain the real perspective you desire. Or, you can learn to trust someone else who has put in the time to really know the difference between what's good and what isn't.   Full Story
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Is Swift's "1989" having the biggest impact on the pop-culture landscape since Jackson's "Thriller"? There are many similarities. Both superstars released these landmark albums at age 24. Imagination, smarts and hard work have made Swift successful, she told "Entertainment Tonight" in 2014 — qualities that also applied to Jackson.   Full Story
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Over their extensive tours with each other's bands, Tim Presely of White Fence and singer-songwriter Cate La Bon have finally teamed up in the studio to release the debut album, Hermits On Holiday, under the name DRINKS. Much like a combination of their two styles, the duo creates a stark, minimalist punk sound that has the swagger and psych qualities of 1960s Velvet Underground.   Full Story
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Second Story Garage's web guy came back from Arise Music Festival raving about Sister Sparrow & The Dirty Birds. Our guy Alan Crandall calls the band's frontwoman Arleigh Kincheloe a force of nature with a fantastic voice that really gets the crowd going.   Full Story
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Unlike most acts in the genre, Arizona-punks Destruction Unit do things a bit differently. The group has the ferocity of Refused and the stamina of Lightning Bolt, but hones in on the noisy psychedelic rock akin to Boredoms.   Full Story
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When TAUK traveled to Colorado, the band fulfilled a dream by performing at Red Rocks. The New York band achieved another goal on Sept. 4 by releasing a live album, "Headroom." They played three songs off the album in the Garage and also talked about "Headroom."   Full Story
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Electronic lovers: Don't miss Jai Wolf at the 1-up Colfax (717 E Colfax Ave., Denver) Wednesday. Fans of his style of electronic will soak up the pop-friendly bass and beat production, cheery chipmunk-voice sampling and dreamy synth ear-showers like a case of Brawny super-absorbent.   Full Story
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Saxophone-playing musician continues to evolve as he prepares to take Red Rocks stage.   Full Story
Though London-based FKA twigs' roots are alternative R&B and electronic music, her heavy flourishes in experimental art pop make her the most interesting character in her genre. After her successful debut LP1, twigs dazzled and enchanted indie, electronic and R&B audiences to no end. Her style is dark and mysterious, yet her sensual and piercing vocals makes each track exhilarating and hypnotizing. On her latest album, M3LL155X, we see twigs growing as a songwriter, without compromising experimentalism.   Full Story
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Justin Bieber cried, Taylor Swift won most of the awards and Kanye West ranted onstage, but Miley Cyrus still owned the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards.   Full Story
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There has been a recent upswing in protest music, says Rhiannon Giddens. "I think what's happening is corresponding with the heightened awareness of the social injustices in the country."   Full Story