Don Henley on his new solo album, fame, the state of country music and Colorado

Don Henley’s Colorado history isn’t quite as thick as the one with his home state of Texas, which animates his new album and first solo effort in 15 years, “Cass County.” But given Henley’s relationship with AEG Live Rocky Mountains president Chuck Morris, who booked his first Boulder gigs more than four decades ago and brings Henley back for an Oct.

Synkro does his best Burial on “Changes” (review)

Like so many young musicians, electronic producer Synkro (Joe McBride to his fellow Brits) is nothing if not the sum of his influences. He’s said as much in the press, pointing out tributaries as far upstream and apart as Burial, Tangerine Dream and Boards of Canada in the way of inspiration for his gloomy strain of electro-ambience.

Pictureplane is looking for a fingerless glove sponsor

Calling all fingerless glove companies: Pictureplane is looking for a sponsor. The noise artist -- formerly of Denver (and Rhinoceropolis) and otherwise known as Travis Egedy -- put out the call last night in search of a special company to be the exclusive provider of his favorite accessory.