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Bluegrass legends will release "When I'm Free" at Chautauqua Auditorium appearance on Sept. 26.   Full Story
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Music streaming service provides a look at various university music habits   Full Story
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More than 20 years ago, as Wu-Tang Clan worked in a Staten Island basement to record the iconic "Enter the Wu-Tang Clan — 36 Chambers," the group's problems were external: violence,   Full Story
Do you ever see hipster kitty memes and wish you could personally experience a feeling similar to the ones described in them? The feeling described in most of them is one of accomplishment, for hipster kitty is happy when he knows about something before everyone else.   Full Story
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Slow Caves has an image, and that's a great advantage when you're a new band. Identity usually comes slow and by default in the textbook cycle of band life. But it came almost from the outset for this Fort Collins quintet, and its SoCal sheen, youthful swagger and skateboard cool seem, if not intentional, at least immediate to the project.   Full Story
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NEW YORK (AP) — CBS and Rihanna are splitting up, more fallout from the Ray Rice domestic violence incident and the turmoil it has caused for the NFL.   Full Story
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U2 have just released what will soon be the most deleted album in history. There it is, sitting in your iTunes Music Library whether you asked for it or not: 'Songs of Innocence,' the heroic Irish rock band's 13th album, which they surprise released for free in partnership with Apple at the consumer tech giant's iPhone 6 (and Apple Watch) rollout in Cupertino, Calif.   Full Story
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Now that it is September, pretty much all students are back in school. It is still summer in mind-set, but the stack of textbooks on your floor says otherwise. However, amid all the studying and exams and rough Friday mornings from staying out too late on Thursday, some pretty great music comes out of that old college grind.   Full Story
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Since U2 stunned the music world by delivering a surprise album at Apple's iPhone 6 unveiling and making it available to a half-billion iTunes users for free, they've gotten an avalanche of publicity.   Full Story
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The band's tour is being disrupted because bass player Branden Campbell recently underwent surgery to have a heart valve replaced.   Full Story
Rock is finally dead. That's what Gene Simmons claimed in a recent interview with Esquire. Normally I just let Gene troll about to the media and ignore him while he makes his usually strange and uncalled-for comments, but this time I gave the statement some thought. On my day off, I decided to enjoy a cup of coffee and attempt to watch the recently leaked live (professional) footage of Skrillex at Red Rocks. The Colorado venue has hosted some of the most amazing and historic live shows, so I figured that even Skrillex couldn't manage to screw up a show there.   Full Story
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It's finally fall. It's a tad bit colder, fantasy football teams are locked in and concert season is in full swing.   Full Story
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It seems to happen so often. A bunch of friends get a jam going at some guy's house in Nederland, and next thing you know, they're touring the country. Add Caribou Mountain Collective to the list.   Full Story
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Denver band Indigenous Robot's seven-song effort, Revolting, feels like vampire-haunted woods at twilight. Rock has always been at home in such a place, and Robot sounds programmed to translate its eerie seductiveness into music. The band does this with dirt-smeared guitars, thorny vocals, storm-cloud drums and ghostly synths. But for all its barbs, the message isn't menacing. The music beckons.   Full Story
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The writing and recording process for "Ritual In Repeat" all took place after Tennis moved from Denver to Nashville in early 2013. It's a move that, while short-lived, helped the band rediscover itself..   Full Story
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The Breeders' 1993 album "Last Splash," a gritty, sticky-sweet tangle of melodic guitars and seething vocals, has lately enjoyed a rebirth in the form of a three-CD, seven-LP reissue and a 60-date, eight-month tour (including Denver) that has taken the band's seminal lineup around the world playing the album front to back.   Full Story
In Riot Fest's second year in Colorado, there are three types of people festival-goers can expect to see: Flowers-in-her-hair Girl, Hardcore Kid and Throwback Ted.   Full Story
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Ty Segall is back and better than ever. On his newest release, Manipulator, the prolific West Coast garage-rocker has cleaned up his sound and slapped on some silver lipstick to give his style of gritty psych-rock a shiny glam-rock finish.   Full Story
Colorado Symphony Orchestra practices
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Remaking itself for a more casual era of concert-going, the Colorado Symphony Orchestra will dress down its musicians and end a long-standing policy of forbidding patrons to bring cocktails   Full Story
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We're seeing a different face of Yonder Mountain String Band. It's down a founding member, but it's up two regular guests. It has new songs. Its sound is a little different. When the quartet earlier this year parted ways with its de facto frontman, Jeff Austin, it was not clear what it all meant for the band's future.   Full Story