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News by Nate Etter

  • Category: Electronic

    The Disco Biscuits Get Trancey To Kick Off 2-Night Denver Run [Full Show Video/Photo]

    The Disco Biscuits don’t play many shows these days, but when they do, they always seem to find time for Colorado. The band stepped up a notch from their normal winter stints at the Ogden Theater this weekend, upgrading to the expansive Fillmore Auditorium in Denver for a two-night headlining run for the first time. […]

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  • Category: Bluegrass

    Infamous Stringdusters Cover The Dead, Phish, Daft Punk, MMJ, Marvin Gaye, & More [Videos]

    In a genre deeply rooted in tradition, songwriting, and standards, bands stand out in the world of bluegrass in two ways: top-notch vocals and impeccable musicianship. With the Infamous Stringdusters, you get both. Not only are all five members virtuosic at their instrument of choice, four out of five confidently step into the role of […]

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  • Category: Reviews

    Turkuaz Shines Bright At Sold-Out Boulder Throwdown

    Brooklyn-based funksters Turkuaz made their return to Colorado on Friday night, and it sure was a treat. Following up on an opening performance with Lettuce at Red Rocks Amphitheater back in May, this time around Turkuaz got to shine as a headliner with two lively sets in front of a sold-out crowd at Boulder’s Fox […]

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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: Reviews

    TAUK Blasts Through Colorado Run With Energized St. Patrick’s Day Show [Photos/Recap]

    TAUK just wrapped up two nights along the Colorado Front Range, with a Thursday night performance at  The Aggie Theatre in Fort Collins and a Friday night performance at The Ogden Theatre in Denver for St. Patrick’s Day. The four-piece showed some serious love to Denver and Fort Collins, bringing their high-energy blend of funk, jazz, progressive rock, and […]

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  • Category: Reviews

    Twiddle Welcomes Zebulon Bowles, Covers Led Zeppelin In Boulder [Full Audio]

    Twiddle closed out their two-night sold-out run at the Boulder Theater on Saturday, February 11th, joined again by the talented openers Aqueous. Aqueous’ set was a powerful start to night, as the four-piece from Buffalo, NY drove through composed originals that pulled from a plethora of jam influences. There was the prog-rock of Umphrey’s McGee, […]

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  • Category: Reviews

    Dopapod & Pigeons Playing Ping Pong Rock The Boulder Theater

    Two of the fastest rising acts in the East Coast jam scene, Pigeons Playing Ping Pong and Dopapod, ventured West for a co-headlining performance at the Boulder Theater last Saturday night, January 28th. The two bands toured together throughout the fall, and reunited for a two night run in Colorado. Since Dopapod got to close out […]

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  • Category: Reviews

    The Wood Brothers Cover “Ophelia” & More In Denver Performance [Review]

    The story of the Wood Brothers is one of reunion. After growing up in Boulder, CO, Chris and Oliver Wood went their separate musical ways–Chris to New York City where he would become a third of the trailblazing avant-garde jazz act Medeski Martin & Wood, Oliver to Atlanta where he would eventually form the blues […]

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  • Category: Features

    Greensky Bluegrass Makes Colorado Their Second Home With Three Nights Of Magic

    For Greensky Bluegrass and their fans, Colorado really does feel like a second home. Maybe it’s the top-notch festivals they have headlined in the state (Winter WonderGrass, Telluride Bluegrass, etc.). Maybe it’s the band’s recent headlining performance at the famed Red Rocks Amphitheatre. Maybe it’s their penchant for the jam scene (like a recent Brooklyn Bowl […]

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  • Category: Features

    Turkuaz & New Mastersounds Team Up For A Funky Colorado Throwdown [Review]

    It’s hard to think of two touring acts better than Turkuaz and the New Mastersounds in the world of funk. Both have carved their respective sounds in tribute to eras of old, but in distinctly different ways. Turkuaz, the 9-piece powerfunk outfit from Brooklyn, pays homage to the theatrical style of legends like the Talking […]

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