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UPDATED: Jack White’s keyboardist, Denver-affiliated musician Isaiah Ikey Owens has died

Isaiah Ikey Owens performing with Jack White. Photo courtesy of Third Man Records.

Jack White Keyboardist Isaiah Ikey Owens has died, according to the Third Man Records’ website. Owens, who performed with the Mars Volta and Free Moral Agents, had ties to the Denver music scene.



Watch: Foo Fighters cover Black Sabbath’s “War Pigs” on Letterman

Foo Fighters @ Pepsi Center by John Leyba

Foo Fighters kicked off a week-long residency on the “Late Show with David Letterman” with an explosive cover of Black Sabbath’s “War Pigs.”



Listen: Taylor Swift shares new song, “Out of the Woods”

Taylor Swift @ Pepsi Center

Taylor Swift has shared her new song, “Out of the Woods,” a big synth pop anthem that’s far less organic than the track’s title would suggest.



Listen: Lorde sings “South Park” parody song, “I Am Lorde Ya Ya Ya”

Lorde

Lorde sings a little bit of the “South Park” parody song, “I Am Lorde Ya Ya Ya.”



Best Colorado shows this week: St. Lucia, Nas and more

Feed the Rocks @ Red Rocks

St. Lucia, Nas and more make our list of best Colorado shows this week.



Slow Magic at the Bluebird Theater in Denver (photos, review)

Slow Magic at the Bluebird Theater

Two songs into Slow Magic’s show at the Bluebird Theater on Thursday, the producer had grabbed one of his two drums and ran into the middle of the crowd.



New Bjork album due out in 2015

A new Bjork album is due out next year, according to a Facebook post explaining why she would miss the London premiere of her film, “Biophilia Live.”

A new Bjork album is due out next year, according to a Facebook post explaining why she would miss the London premiere of her film, “Biophilia Live.”



Halloween 2014 concert guide: The Motet, Cherub, GWAR and more in Colorado (a map)

GWAR Halloween

To help you plan Halloween 2014 early, we put together a curated list of the shows happening across Colorado on Oct. 31. You can see Cherub, the Motet, GWAR, Widespread panic and more.



New Pornographers’ Carl Newman had one “soul crushing” task before making “Brill Bruisers”

New Pornographers didn't have much room for elaborate stage production at the Gothic Theatre with a set that included 26 songs and eight band members to juggle.

New Pornographers band leader Carl Newman was faced with the “soul crushing” task of pulling his successful bandmates from their successful solo projects to make their best album in a decade, “Brill Bruisers.”



Crystal Castles break up, Alice Glass goes solo

Crystal Castles @ Boulder Theatre

Canadian electronic act Crystal Castles has broken up. Alice Glass, half of the duo, has announced she is leaving the act and going solo.