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  • Category: Reviews

    Pretty Lights Comes Full Circle In New Hampshire At Episodic Festival 9 [Full Video]

    Ever since the release of the first Pretty Lights album in 2006, producer Derek Vincent Smith has constantly strived to push his music forward while also staying in touch with his roots. As Smith entered the touring scene almost ten years ago, he performed alone. As his music began to spread and his fame began […]

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  • Category: News

    Lotus Throws It Back In Boulder And Down At Red Rocks [Photos/Videos]

    Over the weekend, Lotus returned to Colorado for a performance at the Boulder Theatre on Friday ahead of their annual pilgrimage to Red Rocks Amphitheatre on Saturday night. Across the two performances, Lotus was in truly proper form, offering fans a chance to experience the group at their finest. On Friday night, the band put on an outstanding sold-out show in Boulder with […]

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  • Category: News

    Anders Osborne, The Motet, Members Of The Stringdusters, And More Play Hurricane Relief Benefit [Photos]

    On Tuesday night, a number of all-star musicians took to the Boulder Theatre in Boulder, Colorado, for a special Hurricane Harvey relief concert. Presented by Live For Live Music and CAN’d Aid Foundation, the charity organization associated with Colorado’s Oskar Blues Brewery, the concert tapped Anders Osborne; The Motet; Kim Dawson of Pimps of Joytime; Andy Hall, Chris Pandolfi, and Jeremy Garrett of The Infamous Stringdusters; Eddie Roberts of The New […]

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  • Category: Show Reviews

    Arcade Fire Bring Impressive Infinite Content Tour To Madison Square Garden [Photo/Video]

    Arcade Fire brought their Infinite Content Tour to Madison Square Garden on Tuesday. The band showed off a brand-new setup with a square-shaped, boxing-ring-themed stage and a wild new production that featured a moving light rig and multiple huge disco balls. The band delivered a career-spanning set list, with songs from classic albums Funeral, Reflektor, and The Suburbs mixed in with […]

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  • Category: News

    Relive The Glory Of STS9’s Red Rocks Run With These Gorgeous Photos And Videos

    This weekend, STS9 celebrated its 20th anniversary with a three-night run at the famed Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, Colorado. On Friday night, Tribe played the entirety of their seminal 2005 release Artifact, with the band staying close to the Artifact script, for the most part, and mirroring the studio album’s masterful compositions. On Saturday, the band played a more standard STS9 […]

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  • Category: News

    Roger Waters Delivers Powerful Performance On 9/11 In Brooklyn [Photo/Video]

    There is no doubt that Roger Waters is a controversial figure when it comes to his opinions on highly charged political issues and the way he uses his music and art to make those statements. Whatever your thoughts are on that and whether you agree with him or not, Waters is undeniably one of the […]

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  • Category: Album Reviews

    Neil Young Releases Unheard Acoustic Recordings From 1976 With ‘The Hitchhiker’

    For his thirty-eighth solo record, The Hitchhiker, Neil Young decided to go old school—literally. All the tracks featured on the acoustic album were recorded in a single day in 1976 and have languished in archives ever since. Though some of these tracks were reworked and appeared on later albums, such as Young’s seminal Rust Never […]

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  • Category: Features

    Inaugural Canyon Jam Brings Spafford, Aqueous, Main Squeeze, & More To The Mish [Photo/Video/Audio]

    Two days. One river. Eight great bands. The inaugural Canyon Jam was a hands-down success this past weekend at the Mishawaka, bringing together a group of the jam scene’s top young talent into one well-organized and well-executed festival. Few outdoor venues in Colorado—or the country for that matter—stack up to the intimate beauty of the […]

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  • Category: Album Reviews

    Gregg Allman Delivers Emotional Farewell On ‘Southern Blood’

    Gregg Allman lived life loudly and proudly, becoming one of the biggest rock stars of our time with the Allman Brothers Band. Today, his final album, Southern Blood, which was recorded as Allman’s health steadily declined, has been posthumously released, and the legendary musician’s memory and an air of finality permeate each track. While the world honors […]

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  • Category: Reviews

    Check Out These Gorgeous Photos From North Coast Music Festival

    Chicago’s now-annual Labor Day Weekend music extravaganza, North Coast Music Festival, has finally come and gone, taking over Grant Park this past weekend and drawing an enviable and diverse lineup featuring some of the most beloved names from the electronic, jam, hip-hop, and reggae scenes and beyond. This year, the festival tapped a number of internationally renowned headliners to […]

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