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    Freeloader: Download Envinity's prog-metal concept album free

    Queensryche and the more operatic black metal groups. The eleven songs are bolstered by a 23 page PDF of artwork, back story and credits, plus a handful of other promo materials (wallpaper, contact info, ways to give them money) thrown in for good ...

    @ Backbeat by Cory Casciato on November 2, 2009 @ 11:12 am
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    Single File heading back out on the road

    ? Update 11/02: Just received word that Dashboard Confessional has postponed its upcoming tour due to "a family situation that is beyond our control," including a scheduled appearance at the Fillmore on Monday, November 9. No word on when the dates ...

    @ Backbeat by Dave Herrera on November 2, 2009 @ 10:22 am
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    Over the weekend: The Siren Project at the Church

    The Siren Project Sunday, November 1, 2009 The Church Better Than: The Project has been in a long time. Having a show at the Church is a bit of a losing proposition not because it's not that a cool place to have a show -- although it's a beauti...

    @ Backbeat by Tom Murphy on November 2, 2009 @ 7:12 am
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    Over the Weekend: David Bazan at the Hi-Dive

    David Bazan, Say Hi November 1, 2009 Hi-Dive Better Than:Dreaming about an open mike night during a nap. "Do you guys want to hear a joke?" asks Say Hi frontman Eric Elbogen maybe three songs into their set. We do, of course. "Clean or dirty?" he as...

    @ Backbeat by Kiernan Maletsky on November 2, 2009 @ 6:43 am
  • The Informants don't need to play other people's songs to move you

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    The Informants don't need to play other people's songs to move you

    The Informants don't really play cover songs. They don't need to. "People seem to think they need a cover because it makes them feel like, 'If I can hear a cover, I can have a good time,'" Kerry Pastine points out. "We give them a good time no ma...

    by Jon Solomon on January 28, 2010
  • The Meadowlark's Jazz Expo nights are better than a backyard jam

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    The Meadowlark's Jazz Expo nights are better than a backyard jam

    Cole Rudy likes to start his Jazz Expo nights at the Meadowlark (2701 Larimer Street) with the music of Lenny Breau, who was one of the world's greatest jazz guitarists but also one of the most underrated. A damn fine guitarist himself, Rudy was tal...

    by Jon Solomon on January 28, 2010
  • Dream Wagon at the Larimer Lounge

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    Dream Wagon at the Larimer Lounge

    In the liner notes to the reissue of the Raincoats' debut album, Kurt Cobain wrote about how listening to those songs made him feel like a voyeur into a private world due to the intimacy and immediacy of the music. And while Dream Wagon (due at the ...

    by Tom Murphy on January 28, 2010
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    A.A. Bondy - Thursday, January 28, hi-dive, 720-570-4500.

    Upon first listen, it may be tough to discern folk singer A.A. Bondy from contemporaries like Ryan Adams or Jeff Tweedy. A.A., also known as Scott Bondy, stays above water in the overcrowded ocean of singer-songwriters by, simply enough, writing goo...

    by Andy Thomas on January 28, 2010
  • Dusty Rhodes and the River Band - Saturday, January 30, Fillmore Auditorium, 303-837-0360.

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    Dusty Rhodes and the River Band - Saturday, January 30, Fillmore Auditorium, 303-837-0360.

    Lest you think all modern-punk package tours are monolithic blocks of terrible music, look beyond headliners Brand New and Manchester Orchestra -- headlining the Fillmore on Saturday -- to one of the opening acts: Dusty Rhodes and the River Band. Th...

    by Jason Heller on January 28, 2010
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    Open Wings Broken Strings Tour - Sunday, January 31, Ogden Theatre, 303-830-8497.

    In this economy, it's hard to begrudge anyone trying to make a buck. Most rock stars, though, only want to rape your wallet -- not molest your memories. Open Wings Broken Strings teams up three of the least essential singers of the alt-rock era -- E...

    by Jason Heller on January 28, 2010
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    Nouvelle Vague - Monday, February 1, Bluebird Theater, 303-830-8497.

    Based in Paris, Nouvelle Vague has made a career out of taking old punk, new-wave and post-punk songs and giving them a unique reinterpretation -- often with the cooperation and participation of the original bands. Marc Collin and Olivier Libaux put...

    by Tom Murphy on January 28, 2010
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    Throwaway Sunshine - For Everything We're Not Tired Owl

    The best punk rock always has a busted heart shivering beneath all the bluster and distortion. It's a stretch to say that Throwaway Sunshine can be so simply labeled, but there's no denying the punch, grit and world-weary determination of its full-l...

    by Jason Heller on January 28, 2010
  • kosmøs - Skeptics in Love
 Self-released

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    kosms - Skeptics in Love Self-released

    Skeptics in Love follows a young couple into, and then back out of, love. It is not based on a single experience of any member of kosms, which is probably why lyricist Ben Tonak was able to step back far enough to view the thing from all sides. So ...

    by Kiernan Maletsky on January 28, 2010
  • Woodsman - Collages
 Mexican Summer

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    Woodsman - Collages Mexican Summer

    This album's title, Collages, serves as a statement of purpose and a summation of the aesthetic of the band up to this point. The instrumentation and sampled sounds here overlap and complement each other in vibrantly varied configurations. "Spirit S...

    by Tom Murphy on January 28, 2010
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    Megan Burtt - It Ain't Love Self-released

    There's not much appealing about the plain-Jane cover art that adorns Megan Burtt's debut, which might prompt less-discerning listeners to pass this one up -- and how wrong that would be. Over the course of a dozen tracks, Burtt shows off a stellar ...

    by Dave Herrera on January 28, 2010
  • Anvil didn't give up its dream of bringing metal to the masses

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    Anvil didn't give up its dream of bringing metal to the masses

    Anvil started out as Lips in 1978, but by the time it released its debut album, Hard 'N' Heavy, in 1981, it was going by the name we know today. The first three Anvil albums, including Metal on Metal and Forged in Fire, pioneered a furiously fast an...

    by Tom Murphy on January 28, 2010
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    Mickey Avalon's twisted tale is all true and all his own

    Just because a star was bred in Hollywood doesn't necessarily mean he was born with a silver spoon in his mouth. Just take Mickey Avalon, the unlikely king of Los Angeles's swanky clubs. He came from beginnings far beyond dubious and well into deran...

    by Christopher Lopez on January 28, 2010
  • Tes la Rok at Cervantes'

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    Tes la Rok at Cervantes'

    The Finnish city of Helsinki is one of extremes, where daylight lingers for nineteen hours during the summer yet is present for a mere six at the winter solstice. It's the kind of place that might embrace a sunny, open approach to music at one momen...

    by Cory Casciato on January 28, 2010
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    Q&A with Ralf Dietel of Krashkarma

    Anyone remember powerhouse industrial metal bands like Thrill Kill Kult and Stabbing Westward back in the day? Krashkarma sure does and has become torchbearers for the style. In advance of the band's three-night-stand in Colorado (Saturday, October 3...

    @ Backbeat by Dutch Seyfarth on October 30, 2009 @ 5:05 pm
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    Fell gets props from Thurston Moore and Byron Coley

    ? For a project that initially began as a home recording project, Fell, led by Josh Wambeke, has sure turned a lot of heads, from Camera Obscura label head Tony Daley, who stepped up to release the act's music virtually sight unseen, to the ...

    @ Backbeat by Dave Herrera on October 30, 2009 @ 3:37 pm
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