Lollapalooza 2013 photos day one: Nine Inch Nails, Queens of the Stone Age, more
On Friday, Lollapalooza 2013 brought performances by Nine Inch Nails, the Killers, Band of Horses, Queens of the Stone Age, Imagine Dragons and more. See photos from Lollapalooza 2013 day one below.
Lollapalooza 2013 playlist: Listen to Disclosure, the Cure, Nine Inch Nails and more
With overlapping schedules, new upcoming acts at the beginning of the day and must see headliners at night, festivals usually incubate marathon-type conditions. But no matter how much you plan, run and organize, you'll still miss a few acts.
Crystal Castles at the Gothic Theatre, 5-2-13 (photos)
If you listened closely to Crystal Castles at the Gothic Theatre on Thursday, you could almost hear Alice Glass' higher yelps rise above the synthesizers. But no one was bothering to listen closely to the Canadian electronic-goth duo, backed by a live drummer, because Glass' insanity on stage and the blinding light show were mesmerizing.
Colorado’s best shows this week: James Blake, Rodriguez and more
Normally we'd suggest you should grab your glow sticks for a week so heavy in electronic dance music, but the acts coming to Denver aren't your traditional four-to-the-floor beatmakers.
Glastonbury 2013 lineup announced: Rolling Stones, Vampire Weekend, the Lumineers and more
After a year hiatus, the Glastonbury Festival has announced its initial 2013 lineup, which includes the Rolling Stones as a first-ever headliner. Along with the Stones at the top of the bill are Vampire Weekend, Mumofrd & Sons and Phoenix, who have become familiar names on festival posters this year.
Primavera Sound Festival lineup: Postal Service, Phoenix, Crystal Castles and more
The full Primavera Sound Festival lineup has been announced and includes a second announced date by the recently reunited Postal Service and the third 2013 date for Phoenix.
Crystal Castles at the Ogden Theatre, 10/17/12 (photos)
Canadian electro act Crystal Castles combined their high energy set with a frenzy of strobing lights Wednesday night at the Ogden Theatre. Kontraband and Health started off the night.
Live review: Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival, Day 1
As this year’s sold-out Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival kicked off on Friday -– with headliners Kings of Leon, the Chemical Brothers and Crystal Castles – there was more of an emphasis on art than there ever has been before at the California desert event.
Photo essay: Crystal Castles @ the Boulder Theater
Crystal Castles played a one-off at the Boulder Theater on New Year's Eve for hordes of screaming teens and post-college hipsters. With an array of strobes and a midnight balloon drop, the electronic duo stormed into 2011 after a breakout year in 2010.
Live review: Crystal Castles @ the Ogden Theatre
[caption id="attachment_18979" align="alignnone" width="495" caption="The kids are all messed up: Crystal Castles played to an enthusiastically druggy audience at the Ogden on Monday night. Photo by Joe McCabe, denverpost.com/reverb."][/caption] A young and messy crowd buttressed themselves against the outside cage of the Ogden Theatre Monday night to cool their sweaty bodies and to pump nicotine into their systems before returning inside to join the packed crowd set to watch the Toronto-based electronic duo, Crystal Castles.
CD reviews: "Glee: The Music," Delorean, Crystal Castles, Hot Hot Heat, Sleepy Sun
Glee: The Music, “Journey to the Regionals” (Columbia) In yet another collision of pop music and television, “Glee” is taking up where “American Idol” once reigned.
Crystal Castles @ Cervantes Masterpiece Ballroom
[photopress:crystalcastles02.jpg,full,pp_image] A short but explosive set from Crystal Castles greeted the 16-and-up crowd at Cervantes on Monday. Photos by Sarah Cass. I’m not sure who was at fault in the debacle that was Monday night’s Crystal Castles show at Cervantes, but I was more than offended while leaving the venue just after midnight.
SXSW 2008: Matthew Fecher's journal
[photopress:askron.jpg,full,pp_image] Akron/Family, pictured above, were one of the many buzz bands at SXSW. The Denver Post asked various people throughout Colorado's music scene to write about their experiences at the South by Southwest music festival.