The 10 best indie-rock love songs for Valentine’s Day
Valentine's Day isn't only for lovers. It's also the day where people are anti-love. Or maybe, they've been in a relationship far too long so Feb.
Coachella 2013 photos: Phoenix, Stone Roses, Red Hot Chili Peppers and more
Though there's no big undead Tupac moment to talk about like last year, the flagship weekend of Coachella 2013 has come to a close with a few humble, but notable, performances.
Watch the new Beach House video for “Wishes” by Eric (of “Tim and Eric”)
The new Beach House video for "Wishes," the single off the group's 2012 album "Bloom," features an actor from "Robocop," horses and a high school pep rally.
Bonnaroo 2013 lineup: Paul McCartney, Björk, R. Kelly, the Lumineers and more
After a horribly awkward and annoying hour of "Weird Al" Yankovic, the Bonnaroo 2013 lineup has been announced via a live stream. Along with Denver artists like Pretty Lights (who was announced first, actually) and the Lumineers are Paul McCartney, Björk, R.
Coachella 2013 lineup announced: Blur, Red Hot Chili, the Lumineers and more
The Coachella 2013 lineup has been announced and along with the main headliners like Blur, the Red Hot Chili Peppers and Phoenix are two Colorado acts, the Lumineers and Pretty Lights.
The Lumineers, Pretty Lights join Kanye West and more on the Governors Ball lineup
The 2013 Governors Ball lineup has been announced and a few Colorado acts join superstars such as Kanye West and Kings of Leon at the music festival.
Beach House at the Boulder Theater, 10/7/12 (photos and review)
Beach House kicked off Sunday night’s sold out show at the Boulder Theater with “Wild,” probably the heaviest song from the band’s latest record, "Bloom." But the weight was lost on the members of the audience -- nearly all of whom seemed elated by the Baltimore band’s mere presence, then taken away by the dreamy 90 minutes that followed.
Beach House will bring Baltimore gloomcore to the Boulder Theater on Sunday
Beach House's May release "Bloom" feels more like one continuous drone of a song than 10 unique tracks — and that's not necessarily a bad thing.
Win tickets to see Lower Dens at the Larimer Lounge on Tuesday
Lower Dens is a dramatic indie-rock band from the same Baltimore, Md., scene that spawned the likes of Beach House and Wye Oak. Its compositions are layered, winding affairs with syncopated percussion and dour vocals.
I Might Be Wrong: Japandroids and the ebb and flow of buzz bands
I remember the first time I saw Japandroids: The Canadian duo crushed a set at the now-defunct Siren Music Festival on Coney Island in 2009.
Album review: Beach House, “Bloom”
Beach House plays as if its music has all the time in the world. From its 2006 debut album to its new one, "Bloom," Beach House, the duo of Victoria Legrand and Alex Scally, has fixated on one kind of song: stately, undulating, verse-chorus-verse pop that circles through three or four chords as if they could continue unto infinity.
Live review: Vampire Weekend, Beach House and Dum Dum Girls @ Red Rocks Amphitheatre
A young crowd filled less than half of Red Rocks for an unorthodox triple-bill on Friday night. L.A.'s Dum Dum Girls opened with a well-received half-hour set.
Live review: Beach House @ the Bluebird Theater
For Beach House’s last visit to Denver in 2008 at the Hi-Dive, supporting their record "Devotion," the band played to a meager crowd wearing all white and drenched in shifting aqua green and blue lights.
CD reviews: Lady Antebellum, Spoon, Beach House
The shiny pop-country of Lady Antebellum is tailor-made for radio play. Lady Antebellum, "Need You Now" (Capitol Nashville) Leave it to Nashville to make the booty call a sensitive lament.