Electronic/Dance

Death From Above 1979 at Terminal 5 in New York City (photos, review)

Death From Above 1979 @ Terminal 5

Beer and sweat drenched the audience at Terminal 5 on Friday in New York City as Death From Above 1979 blasted their ears with a deafening mix of electro-punk.



Best Colorado shows this week: Jenny Lewis, Johnny Marr and more

Beck @ Red Rocks 8/15/14

Jenny Lewis, Johnny Marr and more make our picks of best Colorado shows this week.



Denver holiday concerts: Five best rock shows to celebrate the season

Nathaniel Rateliff & Night Sweats @ Hi-Dive

Sick of “The Nutcracker” and “A Christmas Carol”? Think Trans-Siberian Orchestra is too expensive and kind of lame? Here five holiday concerts to see in Denver this season that are actually cool.



Flying Lotus, Thundercat at the Fillmore Auditorium in Denver (photos, review)

Flying Lotus @ The Fillmore Auditorium

On the last night of his tour with Thundercat, Flying Lotus brought his experimental production to the Fillmore Auditorium.



Death From Above 1979 at the Fox Theater in Boulder (review)

Death From Above 1979 is not dead. In fact, the reunited duo proved at the Fox Theater in Boulder on Friday that it's far from it.

Death From Above 1979 is not dead. In fact, the reunited duo proved at the Fox Theater in Boulder on Saturday that it’s far from it.



Flosstradamus talks genre limitations, their “Juggalo movement of fans” and Beatport

Ahead of their show at 1stBank Center on Nov. 21, we talk to Flosstradamus about genre limitations, their second rise and their "Juggalo movement of fans."

Ahead of their show at 1stBank Center on Nov. 21, we talk to Flosstradamus about genre limitations, their second rise and their “Juggalo movement of fans.”



Flying Lotus’ unlikely path to stardom: How his experimental sound caught on with larger audiences

Flying Lotus performs at SXSW on March 15, 2014. Photo by Joe McCabe, heyreverb.com.

Flying Lotus’ music is hardly accessible, yet he’s found success in an industry that typically favors artists with mainstream appeal. How did Flying Lotus defy the pop music industry to become a welcome face in large venues, festivals, video games and on TV?



Sango, ESTA at 1Up Colfax in Denver (photos, review)

Sango 1Up

Flanked by vintage arcade games and tall cans of domestic beer, Michigan-based producer Sango demonstrated to Denver’s 1Up Colfax why he’s considered one of the most exciting up-and-coming electronic artists on the planet.



Torn Hawk, “Let’s Cry” review: Luke Wyatt makes an unlikely protagonist

It's hard to tell what Luke Wyatt's Torn Hawk is more interested in: disquieting video or atmospheric audio. "Let's Cry..." proves neither stands alone.

It’s hard to tell what Luke Wyatt’s Torn Hawk is more interested in: disquieting video or atmospheric audio. “Let’s Cry…” proves neither stands alone.



Beats Antique at the 1stBank Center (photos, review)

Beats Antique @ 1stBank Center 11/6/14

At one point, a huge, cyclopean, six-legged and demonic cat took over the stage at the 1stBank Center during Beats Antique’s worldly and theatrical show on Thursday.