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Playlist – Election Day 2016

First off, did you know Jill Stein was in a band? Election season is (finally) coming to an end, and boy, it has been quite a year. The Trump vs. Hillary presidential race has been draining to say the leas...

Music Editor’s Letter: August

The String Cheese Incident at Red Rocks Amphitheater. Photo by Teresa Taylor. Without fail, as soon as Friday rolls around, people always ask me: “What show are you going to this weekend?” Denverites just m...

Showdown: Sondre Lerche @ The Larimer Lounge

Disappearing, especially in this day and age, is a particularly difficult task. Even more so if you have hope to do so in a city like New York. But that is what Norwegian pop-smith, Sondre Lerche (pronounced LI...

Showdown: Bright Eyes

Eardrum the new Bright Eyes yet? If the only bright eyes you know are the words to the interpretive dance-worthy pop song, then you haven’t the foggiest what I’m talking about. Bright Eyes is the longtim...

Showdown: Nathaniel Rateliff @ The Fox

Nathaniel Rateliff. Sound familiar? If it doesn't, where the hell have you been? Seriously. Not only is he currently one of the finest talents afloat, but he is also from Denver and one of our most famous--...
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NocturnOwl: Dubsteppin’ into the Mainstream

In last week's Music Monday blog, I mentioned Rolling Stone's “Dance Takeover” mini-feature. Black-Eyed Peas producer David Guetta kicks off the section and LCD Soundsystem scores the majority of ink, but half of one page is dedicated to “Fresh Beats”, a chart-like breakdown of popular emerging electronica genres or “Clubland's Latest Sounds”. Dubstep sits at number two on the list. Duh.
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Road Trippin’: Electric Daisy Carnival

Rolling Stone is a rock among print publications. It's also one of the few that I actually subscribe to. Comprehensive music industry coverage and no-holds-barred political reporting is a recipe that regularly sates my IQ appetite. Imagine my surprise when the newest issue arrived--and I found myself inside it.