Steal This Track from My Body Sings Electric
This Monday, Denver radio rock band My Body Sings Electric implores you to follow the KISS principle. No, not "Rock-n-Roll all night, party everyday," rather "Keep It Simple, Stupid." Download the preview track off the band's new album.
Exclusive: Steal This Track from Safe Boating Is No Accident
In 2012, Denver's Safe Boating Is No Accident released an EP that saw the band shift from an elusive avante sound to more straight forward rock.
Steal This Track from Ben Samples
Denver producer and club DJ Ben Samples has a new album of classic track covers. Download his dub take on LL Cool J's "Mama Said." Dance clubs, like amusement parks, are places of heightened experiences.
Steal This Track from Somerset Catalog
What is bubble gum doom pop? Glad you asked, and Somerset Catalog has the answer. The Denver indie supergroup is releasing its first EP in February, but we have an advanced track for you to gank.
Steal This Track from Spies!
Thieves, explore the eclectic rock of Spies! and download "Lions," a track off the new EP, released yesterday. As the story goes, Spies! was birthed in 2004 by songwriter and producer Joe Norris.
Steal This Track from Rubedo
The Denver experimental rock trio Rubedo has a new album produced by Ikey Owens of The Mars Volta. And despite the experimental sound, the band has much love for the listener.
Steal This Track from luengliss
Transcend the mundane! Explode your mind with wonder! Steal this ambient, experimental electronic track from Denver producer luengliss. Since grade school, we've all been told there are material worlds our senses can't perceive and our minds struggle to understand.
Steal This Track from Confluence
After debuting this time last year, Denver math-rock band Confluence made Reverb's list of 10 Colorado bands you should know about in 2013. And now, the four-piece are trickling out new tracks for 2014.
Steal This Track from Pan Astral
Explore the otherworldly indie-rock of Denver's Pan Astral, who will debut their live projection-mapping show at Larimer Lounge on Saturday. While it may seem petty and insignificant to some, considering a band's name can offer insights into the music.
Steal This Christmas Track from Kissing Party
Looking for holiday music that won't ruin your indie cred? Denver's pop darlings Kissing Party has released its annual Christmas tracks, and you can steal "Pretty Lights" below.
Steal This Track from The Foodchain
Get ready for 4:20 on January 1, 2014 with this track commemorating the day by Denver hip-hop collective The Foodchain. Though less than a month away, it's still really hard to believe that weed will be sold legally in Colorado beginning January 1, 2014.
Steal This Track from Jahni Denver
Denver hip-hop artist Jahni Denver just released his debut album "Mountain Lion," a deeply personal work that chronicles a life of struggle and a hope for redemption.
Steal This Track from Dynohunter
Raise your heart rate and elevate your mood, thieves! Gank this track from Boulder livetronica trio Dynohunter. The Boulder trio Dynohunter are hell bent on destroying any preconceptions you may have of EDM, but that may not immediately be obvious.
Steal This Track from Instant Empire
After three years and a handful of EPs, Denver indie rockers Instant Empire are gaining momentum and finally releasing a full-length LP. Download the single "Blue Spruce" here.
Steal This Track from Krooked Drivers
Though the air outside is frightful, but you can warm up with the soulful EDM of Denver' Krooked Drivers. Steal this track! If you were to tell the uninformed, analogue-happy folks who poo-poo EDM that some of the best electronic music is rich in soul, they would call bullshit.
Steal This [Thanksgiving] Track from Harpoontang
Well, whatever the turkeys may say, happy Thanksgiving! We've got an NSFW track from the all-female, all-jokes troupe Harpoontang about what they are grateful for on Thanksgiving.
Steal This Track from The Circus House
Fresh from the collective minds of The Circus House artists comes "Flesh," a sexy collection of dance-floor ready pop tracks. Steal "Turn the Music Up" and, well, turn it up.
Steal This Track from Indigenous Robots
On Saturday, Denver psychedelic rock band Indigenous Robots will release its third EP, "Castles." But you can steal a track now! On first listen, you might be tempted to describe Denver three-piece Indigenous Robot as a "jam band." There's a playful musicality any twirling dancer would dig and a clever nerdiness to the lyrics, as exemplified by the band's name.
Steal This Track from Blake Brown and The American Dust Choir
Rise and shine on a Monday? Nay, rise and fight! Steal this track from Denver singer-songwriter Blake Brown with his Americana rock band The American Dust Choir about rising and fighting.
Steal This Track from Locusts of Egypt
Denver band Locusts of Egypt may be genre-bending multi-intrumentalists, but they are too grounded to be avante garde. The band will release its sophomore album on Nov.