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Dance Floorgasm: Woody McBride

Rock stars take drugs. Like most stereotypes, this one exists because it's often true. And ever since DJs became the new rock stars, many of them have fallen into similar behavior patterns. There's an excepti...

The Reel Deal: John Denver Honored

On April 21st, the Colorado Music Hall of Fame officially opened its doors, welcoming a man so in love with the state, he changed his name. In a career that spanned multiple generations, some 300 songs, and cou...

Holidaze: 4/20 411

Despite myriad health benefits and massive tax revenue, Uncle Sam could technically take a weed whacker to our country's rapidly growing medical marijuana industry at any moment. That fact obviously doesn't...

Music Monday: Download Cards vs. CDs

This past weekend, audiophiles from around the world celebrated Record Store Day, in which all independently owned records stores come together on the third Saturday of every April and throw a big party for mus...

Robot Romancer: Mu$a

Spend more time on Facebook than with flesh and blood faces? Prefer the company of your computer? Fembots get you hot and bothered? Dying to boink a droid? Mu$a's new concept mix My Robot Girlfriend uses mu...

Festival Window: Communikey

Vinyl may still be the music format of choice for audiophiles and collectors, but the turntables that play it are as good as ghosts in most nightclubs. It's unlikely the club named after the medium maintain...

Arcade Fire Brings The Suburbs to 1stBANK

It was one small step for indie rock and one giant leap for The Arcade Fire when at this year’s Grammy Awards the Montreal sextet won Album of the Year for their record The Suburbs - beating out Lady Gaga and E...

Bearded Bard: John Common

Once upon a time, John Common was a zombie. A white collar zombie, to be precise. If only his life at the time was half as exciting as films like Shaun of the Dead or Zombieland. Following tassel flipping a...

Map & Compass: Discovering Mount Kimbie

Following their buzz-worthy performances at this year’s South by Southwest, Mount Kimbie makes a quick stop in Denver to play Cervantes' Masterpiece Ballroom tonight, April 6, before carrying on to the dese...

Dream Pipes: Ellie Goulding

It takes balls to cover Elton John. Is that sexist? Ellie Goulding, Britain's newest breakout, doesn't have any actual testes. She's obviously got guts, though. Goulding's rendition of “Your Song” was tappe...
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Road Trippin’: Beyond Wonderland

Alice in Wonderland is one of the most colorful tales ever conjured. California-based Insomniac, America's single largest dance music promoter, is keenly aware of the story's uber-popularity, and has been mil...