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Thursday, August 21,2014

Death

San Francisco-based Blue Sky Black Death took its name from a skydiving term referencing how beautiful everything looks before you splat into the ground. If you tone down the black death a notch, it’s a good metaphor for the band’s sound as well.
Thursday, August 21,2014

A haircut in four parts

Boulder Timberliners prep for 66th annual Barbershop Harmony Festival

By Josh Gross
Anyone looking to test his thesis is welcome to attend open weekly meetings of the Boulder Timberliners Tuesdays at 7 p.m., at the Mount Zion Lutheran Church at Balsam and Broadway, where they run vocal exercises, sing polecat songs and generally harmonize.
Thursday, August 21,2014

Thin air, heavy vibes

NedFest highlights music, beer and community

By Matt Cortina
Making their first appearance at the festival is Robert Randolph and the Family Band, who will headline Saturday night’s lineup. On Sunday, guitarists Paul Barrere and Fred Tackett of the band Little Feat will join “New Orleans Funk” band the New Orleans Suspects to close out the festival.
Thursday, August 14,2014

Flamenco metal

Contradictions have always made for compelling art. But there’s contradictions and then there’s Rodrigo y Gabriela, a duo from Mexico City that hit it big in Dublin, Ireland, where their instrumental, heavy metal-influenced flamenco guitar caught the ear of folk-pop crooner Damien Rice.
Thursday, August 14,2014

Rock and roll

Portland stoner-rockers Black Pussy really don’t care if you think their name is offensive. Like so many things in rock and roll, it comes from The Rolling Stones (before being censored by the record company, “Brown Sugar” was originally called,...
Thursday, August 14,2014

Hail to the chiefs

Presidents of the United States of America still doing things their way

By Brian Palmer
Songs like “Lump,” “Peaches,” and “Boll Weevil,” were short, fast, loud, catchy as all hell, and unlike almost every other Seattle band releasing records in the ’90s, they were giddy fun, preferring lyrics about tiki gods and kitties to heroin.
Thursday, August 14,2014

Is Eric Johnson learning to relax?

The storied guitar virtuoso talks about living in the moment and blowing out a few candles

By Dave Kirby
Anyone following the career of Austinbased guitarist Eric Johnson has learned to reconcile the guitarist’s singular fretboard mastery with his sluggish pace of releasing recordings.
Thursday, August 14,2014

A feast for the soul

Folks Fest continues to be a celebration of narrative songwriting, but this year it’s also a celebration of rebirth

By Caitlin Rockett
Around these parts, there’s no better table to set a feast for the soul than Planet Bluegrass Ranch in Lyons. And around this time of year there’s no better feast for the soul than the Rocky Mountain Folks Fest, a veritable cornucopia of great music from some of the world’s most talented singer/ songwriters. As we prepare ourselves for the changing of the seasons, Folks Fest provides us a physical place to wind down, reflect and enjoy the final days of summer.
Thursday, August 7,2014

Homebrews

Want an advance copy of Speed of Life, the new album from Kyle Hollingsworth of The String Cheese Incident? Want a beer or twelve to go with it? Well you’re in luck. Hollingsworth will be dropping his new album at this year’s installment of the annual Kyle’s Brewfest on Saturday, Aug.
Thursday, August 7,2014

More than music

Arise Music Festival is aiming for the total package

By Christian James Wilhelm
When you find yourself at a music festival in most places, chances are you’re looking at the stage. But if that festival is in Colorado, you might be spending as much time looking at the scenery, and that’s just fine. At least that’s how Arise Music Festival producer Paul Bassis feels about it.
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