Beach House announces tour, Denver show
Hazy Baltimore duo Beach House have ended their relative drought of Denver appearances -- it's been just under four years since the band played here last -- announcing a date with the Ogden Theatre on August 22.
To the root: Natalia Lafourcade talks about the future and forebears of her music
As a child, it's difficult to enter a field that one of your parents thrived in. From Jakob Dylan to Scott Caan, the pressure to match your forebears contributions can be insurmountable, especially if they set the bar high.
Watch: Nathaniel Rateliff plays Stephen Colbert’s “Late Show”
The late-night television trifecta is complete. Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats have appeared on Fallon, Conan and now, Colbert. No apologies for those fans expecting for an encore performance of "S.O.B." Instead, on Monday night, the Stax-signed act flexed their muscles on their debut album's opening track, "I Need Never Get Old." The cohesive display from some Denver's proudest musical sons captured a time when an 8-track was a distant idea.
Glass Animals prove their trippy appeal at the Ogden Theatre (review)
“Right my little pooh bear, wanna take a chance? Wanna sip this smooth air, kick it in the sand? I’ll say I told you so but you just gonna cry.
The Roots juggle “Tonight Show” duties with fall tour dates, including in Denver
You're probably used to seeing The Roots rocking out alongside various performers on the "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon," but on Oct. 18, the world-famous hip-hop crew will grace the stage at the Ogden Theatre for a full performance.
How Miguel blends sexuality, existentialism in contemporary R&B
Miguel is always reinventing himself. He evolved from R&B hitmaker on his debut record “All I Want is You” to trippy experiments on “Kaleidascope Dream”, and it all culminates in one ball of gratification on “Wildheart,” his third release.
Aquarium Rescue Unit revives jam roots at the Ogden Theatre (photos, review)
Col. Bruce Hampton stirred his Aquarium Rescue Unit to life Saturday at the Ogden Theatre, unleashing the seminal quartet’s legendary freeform jams in an overwhelming display.
Death Grips finally made it to a Denver show … and it was awesome
As expected, punk-hop band Death Grips was a no-show last Wednesday night at the Ogden Theater... ...is what I would be saying if the Sacramento act had held fast to its reputation.
Hot Chip at the Ogden Theatre in Denver (photos)
London-based indie electro-pop group Hot Chip played a sold out Ogden Theatre on May 28, making for another summer dance party on Colfax. The band was formed in the same early 2000s wave of indie dance that spawned Chromeo and LCD Soundsystem, and after more than a decade of touring, they’ve clearly had time to refine their show.
Run The Jewels announces “Blade Runner”-themed tour with two Denver shows
Is Killer Mike a replicant? Has El-P ever retired a human by mistake? These are the questions we hope will be answered when Run The Jewels' "Blade Runner"-themed tour stops in Denver in October.
James Bay, Elle King at the Ogden Theatre in Denver (photos)
With his trademark hat placed on the top of his head, hair dangling to the sides of his face, James Bay took the stage to a sold out Ogden Theatre on Thursday.
Matt and Kim at the Ogden Theatre in Denver (photos, review)
Matt and Kim’s sold-out show at the Ogden Theatre on Tuesday night started with Matt asking the crowd to “take this thing from zero to one hunnid” and ended with what must have been "one hunnid" ... with Kim twerking while the crowd held her in the air.
D’Angelo announces summer tour with a Denver show
After returning suddenly from a nearly 15-year hiatus late last year, D'Angelo has announced more summer tour dates and a Denver show with his band the Vanguard.
Milky Chance at the Ogden Theatre in Denver (photos, review)
Firsts can be exhilarating, but they can also be an exercise in anxiety. Milky Chance has experienced a lot of firsts lately. As part of the German duo's first U.S. tour, Milky Chance played its first Denver show for a sold out Ogden Theatre on Wednesday.
Sleep at the Ogden Theatre in Denver for 4/20 (photos)
In honor of Colorado's highest holiday, Sleep played the first of its two 4/20 shows honoring legalized recreational marijuana at midnight on Monday, April 20 at the Ogden Theatre.
REVIEW: Punch Brothers at the Ogden Theatre in Denver
It's interesting to ponder whether any act coming through Denver will treat its fans to as diverse a set as Punch Brothers delivered Tuesday night at a sold out show at the Ogden Theatre.
TV On The Radio at the Ogden Theatre in Denver (photos, review)
Now more than 10 years into their career, TV On The Radio is facing the pressures of a mid-career band. They've changed something in their core with their newest album "Seeds," but are they a different band?
Death Grips has announced a tour with a Denver date
Don't get your hopes up on this one. It's possible that Death Grips has canceled more shows than they've actually played. Last year the band announced that it was breaking up and canceled all of its live dates.
Among trying times, TV on the Radio is optimistic, relaxed
TV on the Radio hasn’t always had the best of luck in Colorado. In 2008, as the band was en route to play a set at Monolith Music Festival at Red Rocks their bus broke down.
Tame Impala shares new song, announces tour with Denver show
Tame Impala finally released some new music today. The song, "Let It Happen," is the first track off the Australian psych-rockers follow-up to 2012's "Lonerism." Read more »
Gregory Alan Isakov at the Ogden Theatre in Denver (photos)
Just as their first song was fading to a close, Mandolin Orange's Emily Frantz looked at the sold out Ogden Theatre and said, "I knew there were going to be 1600 of you here tonight, I just didn't know you were all going to be listening." And for the rest of the Thursday night, that's what the audience did, they listened, with rapt attention to a night of soaring folk music.
Best Colorado shows this week: Elvis Costello, Prhyme and more
Elvis Costello, Prhyme and more make our picks of the best Colorado shows this week. See you there, and if you don’t make it out, follow our music musings on our Twitter @RVRB and our selfies on Instagram @heyreverb.