The Reverb Interview

Hurray for the Riff Raff on the guidelines of going political

Photo by Sarrah Danzinger.

Ahead of her two shows in Colorado on March 27-28, we talk to Hurray for the Riff Raff’s Alynda Lee Segarra about political songwriting and sharing her personal story.



VIDEO: In The Whale talks new material while lounging poolside at SXSW

AUSTIN, TX - MARCH 20: In The Whale perform at Austin Java during SXSW on March 20, 2015 in Austin, Texas. (Photo by Seth McConnell/The Denver Post)

Lounging by a pool in downtown Austin, In The Whale talks with Reverb Editor Matt Miller about their wild official SXSW showcase, their upcoming new album and more.



Geographer charts a tuneful, metaphysical life in “Ghost Modernism”

Michael Deni (center) and Geographer are venturing into new territory with "Ghost Modernism." (Provided by Solid Gold)

Geographer’s Michael Deni went a different way for new album “Ghost Modernism,” and the results show a clear creative progression.



WATCH: Kitty Crimes sits down with Reverb at SXSW … for a tarot card reading

Kitty Crimes' Maria Kohler and Reverb's Matt Miller sat down off of 6th Street at SXSW 2015 to talk about her new video and how she's playing guitar in Kitty Crimes for the first time this week.

Kitty Crimes’ Maria Kohler and Reverb’s Matt Miller sat down off of 6th Street at SXSW 2015 to talk about her new video and how she’s playing guitar in Kitty Crimes for the first time this week.



Jazmine Sullivan talks gospel influences in new album “Reality Show”

Ahead of her performance at the Gothic Theatre on March 22, we talk to Jazmine Sullivan about Stevie Wonder, perfect moments on stage and more.

Ahead of her performance at the Gothic Theatre on March 22, we talk to Jazmine Sullivan about Stevie Wonder, perfect moments on stage and more.



Among trying times, TV on the Radio is optimistic, relaxed

TV on the Radio performs during the final day of Riot Fest at Sports Authority Field at Mile High on September 19, 2014 in Denver, Colorado. Riot Fest wrapped up its second year in Colorado on Sunday at Sports Authority Field. (Photo by Seth McConnell/The Denver Post)

After the tragic death of a bandmate and a near breakup, TV on the Radio has released its most optimistic album yet.



Talib Kweli on the academics of hip-hop: “When you have knowledge, you’ll do better”

Talib Kweli on the academics of hip-hop: "When you have knowledge, you’ll do better"

We talk to Talib Kweli about social responsibility, education in hip-hop, his favorite rappers and more ahead of his show at Cervantes’ Masterpiece Ballroom in Denver on Thursday.



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.



Dada Life’s Olle Cornéer on battling cancer, obsession with champagne and bananas

Ahead of their stop on the Dada Land Compound Tour at the 1stBank Center in Broomfield on March 13, Olle Cornéer talked with Reverb about topics ranging from he and Stefan Engblom mortality to their obviously fictional arch nemeses. Photo courtesy of Dada Life.

Ahead of their stop on the Dada Land Compound Tour at the 1stBank Center in Broomfield on March 13, Olle Cornéer talked with Reverb about topics ranging from he and Stefan Engblom mortality to their obviously fictional arch nemeses.



Marcus Mumford details new Mumford & Sons album, Colorado ties, Salida music festival

We caught up with Marcus Mumford to talk about the new Mumford & Sons album, the frontman's time living in Denver and the upcoming Salida music festival. Photo courtesy of Big Hassle.

We caught up with Marcus Mumford to talk about the new Mumford & Sons album, the frontman’s time living in Denver and the upcoming Salida music festival.