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Watch: Death from Above 1979 on “The Late Show with David Letterman”

Watch: Death from Above 1979 on "The Late Show with David Letterman"

Watch: Death from Above 1979 on “The Late Show with David Letterman”



Conor Oberst finally cheers up, hits the road for new solo album

Conor Oberst performs at the Boulder Theater with Desaparecidos on Oct. 20, 2013. Photo by Glenn Ross, heyreverb.com.

If he could go back in time, Conor Oberst would tell his younger, brooding self to not take things so seriously. We talk to the songwriter about growing up, his new backing band and more.



Mercury Prize 2014 nominees: Damon Albarn, FKA twigs and more

In this March 14, 2014 file photo, Damon Albarn, right, joined by De La Soul's Vincent Mason, left, performs during the SXSW Music Festival in Austin, Texas. Albarn's new album, "Everyday Robots," released on Monday, April 28, 2014. (Photo by Jack Plunkett/Invision/AP, file)

The nominees for the 2014 Barclaycard Mercury Prize have been announced.



Watch: Interpol on Letterman

Watch: Interpol on Letterman

Interpol, the quintessential NYC art rockers of the 2000s, reconvened on Wednesday with a morose performance of “All the Rage Back Home” from the new album, “El Pintor.”



City Park group urges new Denver noise ordinance after Chive Fest

Chive Fest @ City Park 8/16/14

The Aug. 16 Chive Fest event that was a hot-button issue among City Park neighbors is still a sore subject for some and has led a neighborhood group to propose that Denver amend its noise ordinance and policies regarding events in parks.



Listen: Drake’s most sensitive lyrics

Drake now has his own lint rollers. Will this ever end?

Drake’s the type of guy to drink tea with Erykah Badu, mind his manners and fall in love with Nicki Minaj. So, we put together a list of Drake’s most sensitive lyrics.



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.



Watch: The Replacements on “The Tonight Show,” performing “Alex Chilton”

The Replacements

After getting banned from the network nearly 30 years ago, The Replacements gave its first live performance on NBC on Tuesday.



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.



New U2 album: Apple giving away “Songs of Innocence” for free in iTunes

Apple announced on Tuesday that it is giving away the new U2 album to every iTunes Store customer.

Along with revealing the new iPhone 6 and a smartwatch, Apple announced on Tuesday that it is giving away the new U2 album to every iTunes Store customer.