Youth Lagoon disbands

[caption id="attachment_108635" align="aligncenter" width="557"] Youth Lagoon comes to the Bluebird Theatre on Friday, Oct. 16. Photo courtesy of Shorefire Media.[/caption] Trevor Powers, the electronic producer/performer behind Youth Lagoon, has decided to disband his seminal indie project he announced today via Twitter.

Everybody poops: Youth Lagoon is only as sad as you make him

[caption id="attachment_108618" align="aligncenter" width="4912"] Youth Lagoon comes to the Bluebird Theatre on Friday, Oct. 16. Photo courtesy of Shorefire Media.[/caption] If the music world were a high school, Youth Lagoon's Trevor Powers would probably be getting called into the guidance counselor's office about now.

Youth Lagoon announces a new album, upcoming Denver show (audio)

Trevor Powers, aka Youth Lagoon, the Boise, Idaho, one-man pop machine, has announced the follow-up to 2011’s “The Year Of Hibernation.” The 10-song “Wondrous Bughouse” is due out on March 5 on Fat Possum, but Youth Lagoon has released the album’s first single, “Dropla,” which you can hear below.

Youth Lagoon at the Bluebird Theater, 7/5/12 (photos and review)

Sometimes, the small, obsessive compositions some musicians create in the tiny space of their bedrooms should just stay there. Youth Lagoon -- the meandering electronic indie flux of Trevor Powers -- is one project that probably should have remained a direct-from-laptop-to-Pitchfork release, based on a vapid performance Thursday night at the Bluebird Theater.

Live review: Youth Lagoon @ the Larimer Lounge

Sunday nights aren’t typically heavy on partying in Denver, but a springtide flowed forth for Youth Lagoon last evening. Before Trevor Powers and his touring guitarist, Logan Hyde, came onstage to the sold-out crowd, the speakers bumped Gucci Mane.

Live review: Gardens & Villa, Youth Lagoon @ the Hi-Dive

Gardens and Villa are touched by a shock of schizophrenia, and it was well represented in Sunday’s Hi-Dive experience. Not only did they cover musical territory heavy in funky disco and warm, somewhat dark synth-pop -- which was expected, based on pre-label MP3s -- they also showed a penchant for '80s post-punk and a little global in their short set.

Whitney: Born to lose

[caption id="attachment_2098197" align="alignnone" width="3000"] Whitney (left to right: Max Kakacek and Julien Ehrlich) was born from lost musicians and relationships. Photo: Sandy Kim, c/o Secretly Canadian.[/caption] This is part of a series of previews showcasing bands you can catch at the 2016 Underground Music Showcase, presented by The Denver Post Community Foundation. Whitney will play the kick-off party for the UMS on Wednesday at 3 Kings Tavern.