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Riot Fest 2014 guide: You can’t miss these artists

Riot Fest - Day 1 People Dylan

Need help navigating the three-days-worth of nostalgia, punk, indie and rock acts at Riot Fest Denver? Look no further than our guide to Riot Fest 2014.



Album review: Blake Mills, “Heigh Ho”

Album review: Blake Mills, "Heigh Ho"

On his sophomore album, “Heigh Ho,” Blake Mills keeps his dizzying fretwork to a minimum, letting his songwriting seize the spotlight instead.



Goldrush Music Festival wants to challenge your music tastes

Chris Rehm of the band Caddywhompus performs at Goldrush 2013 at the Sidewinder Tavern. Photo by Zach Roif, courtesy of Goldrush.

Passion project Goldrush Music Festival returns to Denver this weekend with another slew of music you don’t know, but gotta check out.



Album review: Ryan Adams, “Ryan Adams”

Ryan Adams uses his self-titled to plumb a forgotten genre, '80s ballad rock, and often makes you wonder why he thought it was worth remembering.

Ryan Adams uses his self-titled album to plumb a forgotten genre, ’80s ballad rock, and often makes you wonder why he thought it was worth remembering.



Album review: Tennis, “Ritual In Repeat”

Album review: Tennis, "Ritual In Repeat"

“Ritual In Repeat” is an appealing next step for Tennis, mixing funk and soul into their repertoire without abandoning their charming song-craft.



Lucius’ Holly Laessig on music as romance and writing a new record

Lucius performs at Outside Lands 2014 in August. Photo by Jon Bauer, heyreverb.com.

Lucius’s Holly Laessig talks about the band as a love soundtrack, the progress of their new album, and their incredibly busy schedule.



Album review: Rustie, “Green Language”

Glasgow electronic producer Rustie questionably adds hip-hop and R&B vocals into the mix on "Green Language," featuring Danny Brown, Redinho and Muhsinah.

Glasgow electronic producer Rustie questionably adds hip-hop and R&B vocals into the mix on “Green Language,” featuring Danny Brown, Redinho and Muhsinah.



Breaking down Jack White’s color obsession

Breaking down Jack White's color obsession

Jack White is a known color obsessive. Here we break down all of his distinct hues from black and yellow to red and white.



Album review: Benjamin Booker, “Benjamin Booker”

Album review: Benjamin Booker, “Benjamin Booker”

On his debut self-titled album, Benjamin Booker lends mid-20th century blues rock a modern twist, without any indication that it’s precisely the point.



PHOTOS: Chive Fest Denver with Edward Sharpe, Cold War Kids and more (review)

Chive Fest @ City Park 8/16/14

Like a semester-ending frat party, Chive Fest Denver is a place where irony is not welcome, or lost altogether.