Review – The Knocks Took The Bluebird To Studio 54

Cue the house lighting the rush of passing talks — the resolution into dance , the intrigue — it’therefore showtime, along with the Knocks are doing. The New York-based electronic duo looks combined together ‘The City That Never Sleeps,’ a Studio 54 version, remastered into the lifeline of now. Indulgent and hedonistic since the former
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Review – Ladies of LCD Soundsystem Spotlighted Femme Power at Ophelia’s

It’s baffling as to Ophelia’s Electric Soapbox wasn’t a packaged mess. It may have been a weeknight, but DFA legends Nancy Whang and Gavin Rayna Russom performed a rare co-headlining DJ place on their The Ladies of LCD Soundsystem Tour. ” Denver was among only 16 blessed cities the two masterminds scheduled. For all those unfamiliar,
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Review – Troye Sivan Reminded Us It’s Okay to Be Gay

The South Africa-born, Australia-raised Troye Sivan created his way through Denver last night about the final leg of his nation-wide tour. Sivan, at just 23, has worked with the likes of Ariana Grande, Martin Garrix, Broods, Alessia Cara, Charli XCX and more. He also ’s also an actor — Sivan played with a youthful Wolverine at X-Men:
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Review – The Presets Galvanized The Bluebird

Ironically, The Presets — Australia’s foremost punk-electronica duo graced a small crowd at The Bluebird Theater last night touring behind their latest album, Hi Viz. For many, The Presets exist in the now-mythical universe of overdue ’00s electronica alongside artists like Digitalism, Justice and Simian Mobile Disco. “Bloghouse,” as the genre was later dubbed has
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Review – Nine Inch Nails Hammered Red Rocks With Heaviness

Nine Inch Nails is one of those bands that seethes uncontrolled aggression. Their performances and songs — dystopian releases of turmoil and violence — control on all cylinders in bigger than life cadences. Are devoted warriors to the outrage that the music inspires — a catharsis in the band ’ s message and finding an
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Review – Bohemian Nights Proved to Be a Utopia For Local Music Discovery

At some point over the dizzying weekend of local music that is Bohemian Nights at NewWestFest, someone muttered, “Sweltering Days and Bohemian Nights” — and sweltering hot days they were. But no amount of heat could stop the community of Fort Collins and surrounding cities and towns from coming out in numbers to the annual
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Review – Jeff Lynne’s ELO Spaceship Impacted Pepsi Center

It’s fairly easy to become sensitive to the grand appearance of something legendary — especially after almost 35 years of being dormant. Jeff Lynne’s ELO returned to the U.S. with resounding force and traveled through time and space to get here, with Denver being the third stop on their cosmic journey. If that’s not exceptional,
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