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We Talked to Maggie Rogers Before She Plays a Free Show at Phonetopia Next Week

The immersive pop-up experience, hosted by phone company Visible, includes a lineup of celebrated performers, playing free shows for intimate crowds of up to 200 people.


Meet the CU Professor Nominated for a Grammy

You’re likely to recognize all of the tracks on the compendium of works that earned University of Colorado Boulder's Don McKinney a chance to win one of the most coveted awards in music.

Grading Grandoozy

The inaugural music festival at Overland Park wrapped up on Sunday. So how'd it go? We talked to the organizers.

Why You Can’t Ignore Matt Rouch & The Noise Upstairs

This month, seek out performances from the lovable and award-winning Denver band, whose new album—Half-Expected Heartbreak, a high-tempo hybrid of folk, Americana, and country—drops on August 25.

Pat Ament Is a Real Rock Star

Brooklyn label Grapefruit Record Club resurrects the “Songs” of climbing legend and Fruita resident Pat Ament.

Q&A With Two of Denver’s Most Well-Known Music Critics

Music writers G. Brown and Mark Brown used to compete for interviews with the stars who came through town. For the first time, they worked together on the induction of Caribou Ranch into the Colorado Music Hall of Fame.

DIME Denver Schools Students on Modern Music

A new academic program launching this fall in partnership with Metropolitan State University of Denver teaches students the ins and outs of the music business.


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