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2016 Treefort music festival announces full lineup

Idaho's Treefort Music Festival has just announced the full lineup for its fifth annual festival, set to hit downtown Boise from March 23-27. This year's headliners include Charles Bradley and his Extraordinaires, Built to Spill, Thee Oh Sees, Cocorosie, Thundercat and Idaho native Trevor Powers, who will be performing one of his last shows as Youth Lagoon at the festival.

3OH!3, Big Head Todd underscore age gap at Broncos rally

Whether a wedding, bar mitzvah or Super Bowl championship, any celebration worth its confetti deserves a soundtrack. On Tuesday afternoon, 3OH!3, Big Head Todd and the Monsters and Funkiphino took the stage at Civic Center Park to warm up the first wave of the sea of orange that would amass to celebrate the Broncos’ third Super Bowl championship.

Future evolves further on lean-drenched “Evol”

Here’s the thing about Future: you either see the growth in his rhymes, albums, beat selection and concepts, or you don’t. On “Purple Reign” we heard his continued struggles with the love and allure of dirty money and fast women over beats from frequent collaborators Metro Boomin, Zaytoven and others.

Godspeed You! Black Emperor reward a patient Ogden Theatre

The way applause slowly erupted at the end of Godspeed You! Black Emperor’s near two-hour set perfectly reflected success in the eight-piece band’s execution. No one seemed too sure the piece was actually over, or sure that they should begin clapping until the band members were actually off the stage for a good five minutes.

In The Whale watched the Super Bowl on stage last night

"Oh my god, oh my god, oh my god," In The Whale's Eric Riley yelled. At least, I think it was Riley; both he and guitarist Nate Valdez were screaming in near unison throughout our five-minute phone call immediately after the final whistle blew on the (SPOILER ALERT) Broncos' 24-10 win over the Carolina Panthers.