SXSW 2014 photos: Flying Lotus, Future Islands, Schoolboy Q and more
Friday of SXSW 2014 brought sets from Radkey, the Orwells, Future Islands, Temples, Schoolboy Q, Cloud Nothings, Against Me!, Future, Trash Talk, A$AP Mob (A$AP Rocky / Ferg), B.o.B., Thundercat and Flying Lotus.
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.
Most anticipated indie rock albums of 2013: My Bloody Valentine, Yeah Yeah Yeahs and more
2013 is shaping up to be another big year for releases from staple indie bands of the '90s. While you can expect new albums from Mogwai, Yo La Tengo, Low, and My Bloody Valentine, there’s still a plethora of material being released from emerging and not-quite-as-established artists.
UMS 2012: Fly on the wall (Thursday)
Denver Post Features/Entertainment intern Kelsey Fowler is experiencing her first UMS. These are her stories. The punches on screen line up in sync with each beat of the drums.
UMS 2012: Photos and review of Thursday night
Editor's note: UMS event director Kendall Smith told Reverb Friday morning that the festival will continue as scheduled, and that the UMS community will observe a one-minute moment of silence at 6 p.m.
UMS 2012: Cloud Nothings and indie rock that is concrete, vital
To be young is to be beautiful, direct, naive, honest and brave. And only a kid could have made the bright and bratty Cloud Nothings debut LP, the self-titled record that captured the imaginations and hearts of fans and critics when it was released last year.
Atlas Sound, Paper Bird, Sole round out 2012 UMS lineup
The 12th annual Denver Post Underground Music Showcase is less than one month away, and event organizers have revealed the ace in their back pocket this morning.
UMS adds Cloud Nothings, Ezra Furman, Signal Path, Gauntlet Hair, more to 2012 lineup
The 12th annual Denver Post Underground Music Showcase is less than two months away, and we have the exclusive first look at the freshly updated lineup.
I Might Be Wrong: Five predictions for SXSW 2012
This will be my fourth South by Southwest festival in a row, and that does not an expert make. Still, I have a relatively decent grasp on the way things go down in Texas this week and am not afraid to throw some guesses into the wind.
I Might Be Wrong: 10 songs about pain and heartbreak for Valentine’s Day
Generally speaking, I’m pretty anti anti-Valentine’s Day deals. Angry women burning roses while crying and dudes angrily drinking off their exes and then also crying has always seemed a bit pathetic.