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Lipgloss moves to S. Broadway in Denver, founder notes cultural shift in Capitol Hill

Photo courtesy of Beauty Bar.

As Lipgloss moves to its new home of South Broadway, the indie-rock night co-founder notes the cultural shift he saw in Denver’s Capitol Hill.



Fleetwood Mac navigates decades-old drama to prep new album with classic lineup

Fleetwood Mac navigates decades-old drama to prep new album with classic lineup

Lindsey Buckingham talks to Reverb about Fleetwood Mac’s upcoming album with the classic lineup and the band politics necessary to make it happen.



Five Rhymes with Rapsody, who appeared on Kendrick Lamar’s “To Pimp a Butterfly”

From Lauryn Hill to Common, Rapsody, who recently appeared on Kendrick Lamar's "To Pimp a Butterfly", runs down five rhymes that define her as an artist.

From Lauryn Hill to Common, Rapsody, who recently appeared on Kendrick Lamar’s “To Pimp a Butterfly”, runs down five rhymes that define her as an artist.



VIDEO: Ben Roy of Spells talks “Those Who Can’t,” K pop in the rain at SXSW

Ben Roy of Spells talks with Reverb during SXSW 2015. Photo by Seth McConnell, heyreverb.com.

Before the Reverb Party at SXSW, Ben Roy joined Reverb Managing Editor Matt Miller on the streets of Austin to chat about being both an official comedy and music act at SXSW, his upcoming pilot “Those Who Can’t” and what’s next for his band Spells.



Action Bronson, “Mr. Wonderful” review: A familiar recipe

The brief change of pace is enough to make “Mr. Wonderful” a business-as-usual record for Action Bronson.

The brief change of pace is enough to make “Mr. Wonderful” a business-as-usual record for Action Bronson.



Courtney Barnett, “Sometimes I Sit And Think” review: Charming middle-class poetry

Courtney Barnett illustrates the majesty in mundanity in her charming debut album "Sometimes I Sit And Think, And Sometimes I Just Sit."

Courtney Barnett illustrates the majesty in mundanity in her charming debut album “Sometimes I Sit And Think, And Sometimes I Just Sit.”



On the road to Treefort, Denver musicians build a connection to Boise

In the Whale performs at the Hi-Dive during the Underground Music Showcase on July 27, 2014 in Denver, Colorado. (Photo by Seth McConnell/The Denver Post)

Using the model similar to The Underground Music Showcase, Treefort has grown substantially in the last three years, helping boost Boise’s visibility as a music market and building its connection to other markets — specifically Denver.



SXSW 2015: The best free parties — no badge, no wristband, no problem

Fans crowd surf while drinking Lone Star during a party at SXSW 2014. Photo by Joe McCabe, heyreverb.com.

Here are the best free parties at SXSW 2015, including, Reverb’s own party on Saturday.



The Dodos bring mathematics (and no dancing) to Denver

The Dodos' Meric Long and Logan Kroeber bring a decade of quietly technical indie rock to Denver's Bluebird Theater.

The Dodos’ Meric Long and Logan Kroeber bring a decade of quietly technical indie rock to Denver’s Bluebird Theater.



Sound of Ceres connects decades of Colorado indie-pop history: From Apples in Stereo to Candy Claws

Sound of Ceres connects decades of Colorado indie-pop history: From Apples in Stereo to Candy Claws

Sound of Ceres brings together Candy Claws and Apples in Stereo, connecting the young Fort Collins dream-pop act to the retro-pop act formed in Denver in the early ’90s along with the Elephant 6 collective.