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Taylor Swift announces world tour with two Denver shows at Pepsi Center

Taylor Swift @ Pepsi Center

Taylor Swift has announced a 2015 world tour in support of “1989,” which includes multiple two-night runs in many markets.



Watch: Air Force Academy parachute team jumps out of planes in Taylor Swift “Shake It Off” parody

Watch: Air Force Academy parachute team jumps out of planes in Taylor Swift "Shake It Off" parody

Ever seen someone hang onto the side of a plane mid-flight and sing Taylor Swift? Thanks to the United State’s Air Force parachute team, now you have.



Enrique Iglesias announces tour with Denver date

Enrique Iglesias will be shaking his stuff at arenas across North America on his 2015 tour, which was announced today.

Enrique Iglesias will be shaking his stuff at arenas across North America on his 2015 tour, which was announced today.



Cut Copy, Rose Quartz at the Ogden Theatre in Denver (photos, review)

Cut Copy @ Ogden Theater 10/29/2014

Fans of dance music and 126 beats-per-minute (sometimes 120) got exactly what they paid for Wednesday night at the Ogden Theatre, by way of an endearingly straight-forward set from Australian indie-pop-rock-dance veterans Cut Copy.



Taylor Swift, “1989” review: The pop evolution is complete, but does it work?

If you're willing to shake it off and party in a kitten-filled, frosting-topped New York, Taylor Swift's "1989" is a lot of fun.

If you’re willing to shake it off and party in a kitten-filled, frosting-topped New York, Taylor Swift’s “1989” is a lot of fun.



Cut Copy’s Dan Whitford on the weirdness of Australia, how that translates to good dance music

Cut Copy performs at Red Rocks Amphitheatre on Aug. 5, 2014. Photo by Dylan Langille, heyreverb.com.

We caught up with Dan Whitford of Cut Copy to talk about how weird Australia is and why that translates to a prolific dance music scene in the country.



New Imagine Dragons song: Listen to “I Bet My Life” from upcoming album

Imagine Dragons Red Rocks

Did you expect a folky stomp-clap vibe from the first new Imagine Dragons song off the band’s upcoming sophomore album?



Watch: Tennis shares “Never Work For Free” live video

Watch: Tennis shares "Never Work For Free" live video

Denver’s Tennis has debuted a new music video for their song “Never Work For Free”, a cut off of the band’s third album “Ritual in Repeat” (2014).



Download “Motion” by Denver’s Chimney Choir, exclusively on Steal This Track

Download "Motion" by Denver's Chimney Choir, exclusively on Steal This Track

Chimney Choir is an “evolving artistic organism” that incorporates a community of artists in its live performances. They are currently raising money for the next album, but we have an exclusive preview track for free download.



The MCA Denver takes a chance with Devo’s Mark Mothersbaugh

DENVER, CO - OCTOBER 22: Artist and musician Mark Mothersbaugh is photographed in front of what he calls an untitled coagulation of rugs and video exhibit that is part of his show called Myopia at The Museum of Contemporary Art Denver (MCA Denver), in Denver, CO on October 22, 2014. These pieces are rugs that he created and there will be videos on each one making the images come alive. Mark Mothersbaugh is an American musician, composer, singer and painter. He is a co-founder of the new wave band Devo and has been its lead singer since 1972. (Photo By Helen H. Richardson/ The Denver Post)

Risk is all over “Myopia,” the mega-retrospective of art by Mark Mothersbaugh opening at the MCA Denver this week. The DEVO founder is famous, rich, talented, and, until now, he hasn’t been a member of the fine art community.