Talk Talk: Tag yourself at U2, ECO Music Festival schedule, Thurston Moore the teacher, more local music newsBy Julio Enriquez | June 14th, 2011 | No Comments »
Time to dig out your tickets from last month’s U2′s show at Invesco Field at Mile High. You can tag yourself in a Facebook photo via the U2 FanCam. Tag away over here. Reverb was on hand to capture the magnetic night and you can read our review here.
First look at the ECO Music Festival schedule
Great news for ECO Music Festival attendees. A second full day of music has been added to the docket and Reverb has the scoop on schedules and set times. Great news if you haven’t purchased tickets yet. If you purchase a GA ticket on Wednesday only (June 15), you’re automatically entered to win a VIP upgrade, which includes an open bar on Saturday, private viewing area, etc. Tickets are available for purchase here.
Fri July 1 set times
1:00-1:45 – Bassline
2:00-2:45 – Better Than Bacon
3:15- 4:00 – Carry Me Ohio
4:10-5:00 – Dusty Neil Band
5:15-6:00 – The Holler!
6:15-7:00- The Longest Day of the Year
7:15-8:00- Airport Way
8:30-10:00 – Stokeswood
Sat July 2 set times
Noon – Michael Thomas Smith
1:00 – Tea Leaf Green
2:30 – Leftover Salmon
4:30 – Perpetual Groove
6:20 – RJD2
8:00 – Disco Biscuits Set 1
9:15 – Disco Biscuits Set 2
Watch A Shoreline Dream’s video for “Ukraine”
Who says you can’t make a video for a song that came out four years ago? A Shoreline Dream did just that and they’re also “nearing completion” of their new album, scheduled for release in September. The guys were profiled in GQ UK and talked about their unique relationship with German music manipulator, Ulrich Schnauss, that you can read over here.
Thurston Moore is going to get his teach on
Thurston Moore, ringleader of indie-rock godfathers Sonic Youth, will be teaching a writing workshop up at Naropa University in Boulder from July 4-9. He’ll be rubbing elbows with DJ Spooky and producer Hal Wilnder as part of the Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics. I wonder if I brought a guitar if he’d show me a couple of chords? Moore is supporting his smashing solo album, “Demolished Thoughts,” and played a Takeaway session for La Blogotheque that you can watch below.Thanks to Colorado Daily for the heads up. Photo via Julio Enriquez.
Buffalo Springfield with Richie Furay play Bonnaroo, talk reunion tour
Buffalo Springfield with Richie Furay just played their heart and souls out for the whipper-snappers over at Bonnaroo last weekend. Furay just unleashed a land mine, stating that not only will Buffalo Springfield tour this September, but a new album is in the works and according to Rolling Stone, they will be playing Red Rocks.
Hollagramz give away new remix album
Hollagramz are feeling pretty benevolent these days, because they have just given their “HOLLAGRAMZ REMIXED” for the price of, ON THE HOUSE. You can download the album here and check out the stellar tracklist below.
1. Constellations- Paved in Bronze (HOLLAGRAMZ Paved in Mercury Mix)
2. Spectral Crush (SHAMS SHIFTING Mix)
3. Axis (Strange Powers Magnetic Storm Mix)
4. Void-Moon (Blissed Out’s Reconstructed Image Edit)
5. Retrograde (TALK Remix)
6. Retrograde (Crowdrock Regolith)
7. Void-Moon (Smart! Remix)
8. Axis (Digital Temple Mix)
Red Rocks named one of the best outdoor venues
According to Culture Mob, Red Rocks is one of the best outdoor concert amphitheaters. If you live here in Colorado, I’m going to have to ask you to refrain from saying, “duh,” or rolling your eyes. A lot of people have never been nor will ever have the chance to visit the majestic Red Rocks Amphitheatre. We are truly blessed to have such a beautiful setting in our very own backyard.
Dovekin stops by Daytrotter
Dovekins stopped by the barn over at Daytrotter to lay down a session that was released today. You can listen/download the set over here. They’ll be hitting the road and start their tour off at the DIY haven in Boulder, Astroland, and you can check the rest of their itinerary here.
Julio Enriquez is a Denver writer and photographer, editor of the Cause=Time blog and a regular contributor to Reverb.