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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.



Listen: Broncos players pick their top songs

Denver Broncos defensive tackle Terrance Knighton (98) warms up prior to their game against the San Francisco 49ers August 17, 2014 at Levi's Stadium. (Photo by John Leyba/The Denver Post)

Kickoff approaches. The inflatable horse head takes shape. The flamethrowers prepare to burn. Inside the bowels of Sports Authority Field at Mile High, players steel themselves for the moment. Tucked away in a corner locker, Broncos linebacker Von Miller nods his head, losing himself in Phil Collins’ voice.



No friends? No problem: Five reasons to go to concerts alone

No friends? No problem: Five reasons to go to concerts alone

Did all your friends ditch out on going to that show you’re dying to see? Don’t freak out. Here are five reasons it’s fun to see concerts alone.



Psychedelics, “Visual Trips” and communicating in the mode of the rock poster

4D poster: Pablo Ferro Films, November 30, 1967. Offset lithographic poster. Courtesy of David and Sheryl Tippit. Photo by William O’Connor

The exhibit, “Visual Trips,” at the University of Denver turns psychedelic posters for the Grateful Dead, the Doors and other groups into the stuff of museums.



10 most anticipated albums of fall 2014: Flying Lotus, Prince and more

SXSW 2014 - Day 3

Here are the 10 most anticipated albums of fall 2014 with Flying Lotus, Prince and more.



Best sets at Riot Fest Denver 2014

Riot Fest Denver 2014 Day Two

Reverb staffers round up their top five favorite shows of Riot Fest Denver 2014.



Riot Fest 2014: Watch five videos with Weezer, Flaming Lips and more

Riot Fest Denver 2014 Day One

Weezer kicks off its run through “The Blue Album,” Wayne Coyne walks across the audience, and more videos from Riot Fest 2014 in Denver.



Album review: Blake Mills, “Heigh Ho”

Album review: Blake Mills, "Heigh Ho"

On his sophomore album, “Heigh Ho,” Blake Mills keeps his dizzying fretwork to a minimum, letting his songwriting seize the spotlight instead.



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.



Tennis escapes an “existential tailspin” to write third album, “Ritual In Repeat”

Tennis Feature

After months of writer’s block and an “existential tailspin,” Tennis had to do something drastic to write its third album, “Ritual In Repeat.”