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Happy spring break, Buffs. Whether you're chilling by the pool, putting in some extra hours at work or binge-watching "Broad City," let 1190 be the soundtrack to the rest of your week.   Full Story
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Most people don't play guitar like Grayson Erhard does. That's because most people can't play guitar like he does. The guitarist for Fort Collins' Aspen Hourglass often uses a difficult two-hands-on-the-fretboard technique that Eddie Van Halen first popularized but which players such as Erhard have developed beyond pop-rock vulgarity.   Full Story
I'm not one for making fake Coachella posters theorizing the lineup before it's released, but I do like to take my guesses.   Full Story
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Renowned band will pay tribute to legendary act it emulates for three nights at Boulder Theater.   Full Story
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And then there were four: Zayn Malik said Wednesday he is leaving chart-topping boy band One Direction "to be a normal 22-year-old.   Full Story
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The Colorado Music Party carved out a piece of the South By Southwest music festival for Mile High musicians. And one day was devoted to a set of four Boulder bands.   Full Story
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Pianist for popular band will play benefit concert on Loveland stage he hasn't been on since his youth.   Full Story
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Hip-hop artists in Colorado sometimes feel like they don't get the respect they deserve. But on Wednesday in Austin, at least, they had the spotlight.   Full Story
If you haven't had the time on your hands to pay attention to the legal side of music lately, let me give you an update on the happenings. This year brings two major cases: Tom Petty claiming Sam Smith's "Stay With Me" is an infringement "Won't Back Down" and Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines" was allegedly poached from Marvin Gaye's "Got to Give it Up."   Full Story
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Ever since the demise of At the Drive-In, there has been a lack of post-hardcore in indie circles. But since a breakout from the Boston DIY scene, Pile has not only become a staple for those still waiting for an At the Drive-In reunion, but for rock experimentalists alike.   Full Story
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A Colorado flag is flapping over Sixth Street during the South By Southwest Music Festival this week. It's symbolic of the state's elevated ambitions at the event.   Full Story
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Colorado's presence at the huge annual music showcase in Austin, Texas, has expanded in recent years. But 2015 will be a marquee year for the state's musicians at South by Southwest.   Full Story
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Dead Winter Carpenters share a certain country-rock duality with their world-famous California compatriots, the Eagles, but the spirit of the Carpenters' music is more mountain trail than rural road. Maybe that's why the band is gaining fans in Colorado, one of its stomping grounds.   Full Story
It sounds like Tom DeLonge is finally getting into his spaceship and taking off from the Blink-182 crowd for good.   Full Story
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Coming out of the Denver DIY scene, formerly ambient experimentalist Sleepdial, French Kettle Station has released his debut album Mean Something. The album is incredibly short, but insanely varied.   Full Story
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A verdict saying Pharrell Williams and Robin Thicke copied Marvin Gaye's music to create their hit song "Blurred Lines" could ripple across the music industry, potentially changing how artists work and opening the door to new copyright claims.   Full Story
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Popular band eager for opportunity to play venue three nights in a row.   Full Story
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It must be nice to be able to just open your mouth and have beautiful sounds come out. Seth Glier has a singing voice like that, where his natural gifts make his talent sound effortless. And his talents are multiple.   Full Story
At last, Mumford & Sons is back to make more things that loyal Starbucks customers like. But it sounds like they may be coming back to do something that may or may not please loyal fans.   Full Story
The award for most shocking moment of the Oscars goes to Lady Gaga.   Full Story