Cleaner and meaner  

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Heart of gold

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Music

‘Punch your way into the party’

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Author Erin K. Barnes, who writes under the pen name GoGo Germaine, calls herself a “pretty typical Coloradan.” But the adolescent at the center...

Phish still loves Dick’s

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In its decade-plus of annual (save for 2020) performances at the 20,000-capacity Dick’s Sporting Goods Park outside Denver, the Vermont-jamrock band Phish has provided...

Hustling in the high country

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Jamgrass is often associated with the state of Colorado, which has given birth to many of the genre’s well-acclaimed groups, including Leftover Salmon, the...

Scratching the surface

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People often describe Arooj Aftab’s music as mystical or meditative, both terms the singer, composer and producer resists. She finds it all a bit...

Steve Conn reconnects

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Steve Conn is one of those serial Boulderites. The legendary musician has moved to town, left Boulder, regretted it and then returned … repeatedly.  “I...

Phone down, eyes up, hearts open

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Goose’s Peter Anspach on the raw magic of improvisational live music

Peaches teaches

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When the iconic, multi-talented Peaches (born Merrill Nisker) answered our recent Zoom call, she was lounging in a sunny Los Angeles backyard, playing with...

Let’s sing it out

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During our conversation, Carlos Medina walks around Coyoacán, a “folkloric” neighborhood in Mexico City, known for its cobblestone streets, art galleries, Frida Kahlo Museum...

Just a wink of the eye

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When you call up Primus bassist and singer-songwriter Les Claypool, it’s tough to know where to start the conversation. His work with Oysterhead, the...

Sweet 16

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Most musicians found their activities curtailed during the pandemic. For the Indigo Girls, the past two years have been a particularly busy season. The duo...

Slow Motion Sickness

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Denver’s The Patient Zeros release their grandest work to date—seven years in the making

The long strange trip abides

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Call it Grateful Dead 2.0: How the counterculture became mainstream