Interviews and Features

Vinyl Me, Please: Boulder service brings record shopping to your door

A look at Tyler Barstow and Matt Fiedler's Vinyl Me, Please, which outfits thousands of customers' record collection from a basement in Boulder. Photo courtesy of Brad + Jen.

A look at Tyler Barstow and Matt Fiedler’s Vinyl Me, Please, which outfits thousands of customers’ record collection from a basement in Boulder.



Land Lines connects Colorado’s indie music past with present on “The Natural World”

After a low-key yet ambitious approach to the recording process , Land Lines will release its new album, "The Natural World," with a show at the Larimer Lounge on Jan. 30. Photo by Glenn Ross.

After a low-key yet ambitious approach to the recording process, Land Lines will release its new album, “The Natural World,” with a show at the Larimer Lounge on Jan. 30.



AEG Live Rocky Mountains expands to northwest region, worrying local promoters

Prince fans, many dressed in purple, line up to catch the first of four shows at Denver’s 1,700-capacity Ogden Theatre Sunday evening May 12, 2013. Photos by Evan Semón, heyreverb.com.

AEG Live is bringing the power of its Denver-based management team to bear in the Pacific Northwest, hoping to dominate live-music promotion in Seattle and Portland, Ore., as it has in Colorado.



Major Lazer to debut new, “more progressive” music at Red Rocks, says Diplo

Diplo performs at the Westword Music Showcase on June 21, 2014. Photo by Evan Semon, heyreverb.com.

Major Lazer has two releases in the works for this year, and Diplo tells Reverb the new material will be more progressive, and include guest stars like Usher and more.



King Tuff: From jacuzzis to mermaids to touring with Ex Hex

Ahead of his show at the Larimer Lounge on Jan. 27, King Tuff's Kyle Thomas talks to Reverb about unexplainable recording phenomena during his latest LP “Black Moon Spell” and hanging out at Moe’s BBQ. Photo courtesy of Sub Pop.

Ahead of his show at the Larimer Lounge on Jan. 27, King Tuff’s Kyle Thomas talks to Reverb about unexplainable recording phenomena during his latest LP “Black Moon Spell” and hanging out at Moe’s BBQ.



Devo’s Mark Mothersbaugh to curate Clyfford Still Museum exhibit in Denver

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)

Mark Mothersbaugh, founder of the pop band Devo and the star of a current retrospective at the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver, will next curate an exhibit at another city institution, the Clyfford Still Museum.



SPELLS will make you laugh, but the Denver punk band isn’t a joke

Denver punk band Spells might have songs about fake dance crazes and be fronted by comedian Ben Roy, but it's far from a joke, having made it onto the official South by Southwest lineup this year. Photo provided by Crystal Allen.

Denver punk band Spells might have songs about fake dance crazes and be fronted by comedian Ben Roy, but it’s far from a joke, having made it onto the official South by Southwest lineup this year.



Sleater-Kinney, “No Cities To Love” review: Don’t call it a reunion

“No Cities To Love,” Sleater-Kinney's first album since going on hiatus in 2006, sounds as fresh as is does familiar.

“No Cities To Love,” Sleater-Kinney’s first album since going on hiatus in 2006, sounds as fresh as is does familiar.



Garth Brooks breaks Colorado ticket sales records with nine Denver Pepsi Center shows

Garth Brooks will play the Pepsi Center in March as part of his 2015 tour. This marks the country star's first Denver performance in 18 years.

Two shows just wasn’t enough for Garth Brooks. Or three. Or four. Even eight couldn’t do it.

As tickets went on sale at 10 a.m. on Friday for his first Colorado show in 18 years, concert promoters quickly added seven shows to the originally announced two Pepsi Center dates to meet demand.



Bonnaroo 2015 lineup rumors: Some answers and a few guesses

A scene from Bonnaroo 2013. Photo by Dylan Langille, heyreverb.com.

Reverb looks at who you can definitely expect on the Bonnaroo 2015 lineup, and takes a stab at who might be headlining.