Interviews and Features

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.”



TV on the Radio “Seeds” review: This will make you miss the band’s heyday

“Seeds” is so wonderfully close to the best TV on the Radio can do, its bound to make fans miss the heyday.

“Seeds” is so wonderfully close to the best TV on the Radio can do, it’s bound to make fans miss the heyday.



Run The Jewels talks social change through music, edu-tainment

Killer Mike and El-P talk to Reverb about the human experience, using music to address social change, brotherly love and more ahead of their show at the Gothic Theatre on Nov. 18.

Killer Mike and El-P talk to Reverb about the human experience, using music to address social change, brotherly love and more ahead of their show at the Gothic Theatre on Nov. 18.



The Wytches aren’t as dark as you think, but they’re still weird

CMJ 2014 - Album 2

It’s been less than three months since the Wytches released its debut album, three years since the band formed and on Nov. 14 it will play its first headlining show in Denver at the Hi-Dive. But even in the band’s infancy, it’s already feeling misunderstood.



Should you go see the Black Keys’ Denver show at Pepsi Center?

The Black Keys @ 1st bank

New members, poppier songs, arena tours… The Black Keys ain’t what they used to be. Is it worth seeing the band come to the Pepsi Center this week?



Download Covenhoven’s “My Search Party,” exclusively on Steal This Track

Download Covenhoven's "My Search Party," exclusively on Steal This Track

Download an exclusive take on Covenhoven’s “My Search Party” that features Joel Van Horne backed by three strings.



You can help design Levitt Pavilion, Denver’s future 7,500 capacity amphitheater

An artist's rendering of Levitt Pavilion coming to Denver's Ruby Hill Park in 2016. Photo provided by Levitt Denver.

As Levitt Denver enters the planning stages of its upcoming 7,500 capacity amphitheater in Ruby Hill Park, project managers want local musicians to help design it.



GWAR’s Vulvatron on battling sexism, Oderus Urungus, the band’s future

GWAR plays Denver's Summit Music Hall on Oct. 31.

Among talk of blood and sacrifices, GWAR’s first female member, Vulvatron, talks to Reverb about battling sexism, mourning Oderus Urungus’ departure and the future of the band.



How Colorado gubernatorial candidate Mike Dunafon charmed Snoop Dogg, Wyclef

Mike Dunafon

Unaffiliated Colorado gubernatorial candidate Mike Dunafon has won the support of hip-hop artists Wyclef Jean and Snoop Dogg and could throw a wrench into the close race.



The Afghan Whigs’ beastly worldview: seedy, sordid and better than ever

The Afghan Whigs @ The Ogden 10/30/12

Greg Dulli of the Afghan Whigs talks travel and inspiration in advance of his band’s Oct. 29 concert at Denver’s Bluebird Theater.