Mumford and Sons, Tyler Harvey, 303 Magazine

Playlist – Recorded Live at Red Rocks

Red Rocks season came to an end just weeks ago and some of us are already experiencing withdrawals. With only one show at the infamous venue over the next few months, it's a dry season for Denver concert-goers....

Disco Biscuits: Four Shows One Weekend

Photo by Jackie Collins   The Disco Biscuits kicked off a weekend for the books on Wednesday night, opening up at the Ogden Theater. The packed venue embraced the funky sounds of the veteran jam ban...

Hindsight: Glitch Mob @ Red Rocks

The West Coast electronica scene and the jam band community have been in bed together for what seems like forever now. Bassnectar’s first Colorado appearance was at a String Cheese after-hours in 2003. The ...
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Aural Pleasure: The Glitch Mob

The Glitch Mob ain't no one-trick pony. “Glitch hop”, a genre they're often credited with inventing (or at least popularizing), may have put them on the map, but they refuse to churn out cookie cutter, assembly line club bangers. Drink the Sea, their first fully original full-length, is bound to confound expectations. On the one hand, there are certainly distinctive characteristics that make the record recognizably Glitch Mob. On the other, Sea sees them abandoning many of their signature bells and whistles—most notably the stutter edits suggested by their moniker.