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Riot Fest Denver 2014: Photos of the people and culture on day two

Riot Fest 2014 - Saturday

Photos of the people and culture at day two of Riot Fest 2014 in Denver.



Riot Fest Denver 2014: Photos, review of day two with the Cure, Social Distortion and more (video)

Riot Fest Denver 2014 Day Two

Riot Fest Denver turned its freak factor down significantly on Saturday, the festival’s hump day.



PHOTOS: Elton John Pepsi Center show in Denver (review)

Elton John @ Pepsi Center

On Saturday at the Pepsi Center, Elton John proved that at 67 he’s still the quintessential showman.



Riot Fest Denver 2014: Photos and review of day one with Weezer, Slayer and more

Riot Fest Denver 2014 Day One

Despite Riot Fest’s best efforts, something feels lost this year in a parking lot rather than the plains, but that didn’t stop Weezer, Die Antwoord and more from delivering memorable sets on Friday.



David Bowie to release a new album soon, says long-time producer

David Bowie

David Bowie’s long-time producer says another album of new material will be out “soon.”



PHOTOS: Conor Oberst Boulder Theater show

Conor Oberst @ Boulder Theater 9/16/14

Conor Oberst isn’t quite the dark and angsty teenager who once churned out music as if it was the only thing that kept him going.



PHOTOS: Yacht, White Fang Bluebird Theater show (review)

YACHT @ Bluebird Theater 9/14/14

A bizarre crowd situation gave an otherwise solid show from Yacht an eerie feeling Sunday night at the Bluebird Theater.



WATCH: Jack White films “Would You Fight For My Love?” video at The Cruise Room in Denver

WATCH: Jack White films "Would You Fight For My Love?" video at The Cruise Room in Denver

What else did Jack White do when he was in town last month to headline Red Rocks? We know at least one thing.



PHOTOS: Drake and Lil Wayne Red Rocks Amphitheatre (review)

Drake vs. Lil Wayne - Red Rocks - 09/10/14

PHOTOS: Drake and Lil Wayne take over Red Rocks Amphitheatre (review)



Watch: Interpol on Letterman

Watch: Interpol on Letterman

Interpol, the quintessential NYC art rockers of the 2000s, reconvened on Wednesday with a morose performance of “All the Rage Back Home” from the new album, “El Pintor.”