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    This Just In: Slayer, John Mayer, Cheech & Chong shows announced

    ? Slayer and Megadeth team up for KBPI's Midwinter Melee on Monday, January 25 at DU's Magness Arena. It's the first time the two bands have co-headlined in two decades, and as a bonus for diehard metal heads, Testament gets things started. ...

    @ Backbeat by Jon Solomon on November 19, 2009 @ 9:30 am
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    Michael Jackson top seller at Bart's CD Cellar

    Michael Jackson's This is It came in first at Bart's CD Cellar for the week ending November 15 while Gov't Mule's By a Thread and Triple C's Custom Cars & Cycles grabbed the second and third spots respectively. Jay-Z's The Blueprint 3 and Creed's Ful...

    @ Backbeat by Jon Solomon on November 19, 2009 @ 8:21 am
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    Q&A with Vaughn Harris of Nitzer Ebb

    Nitzer Ebb, from Essex, England, helped to define the musical style called EBM with its heavy industrial rhythms and stark vocals. As with emo, another much-maligned genre, EBM started out as a vital and relevant music whose pioneers never chose to n...

    @ Backbeat by Tom Murphy on November 19, 2009 @ 8:01 am
  • The Food Chain aims to kill preconceptions of what Denver hip-hop sounds like

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    The Food Chain aims to kill preconceptions of what Denver hip-hop sounds like

    We've all seen the fierce images of the hungry lion chomping down on the harmless gazelle on the Discovery Channel. Although your emotions may cause you to cringe at the helpless animal being attacked, your instincts tell you something different: Th...

    by Jacinta Howard on February 4, 2010
  • Hideous Men at Rhinoceropolis

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    Hideous Men at Rhinoceropolis

    The burbling expansiveness at the heart of this band's soundscaping probably gives the impression that the music is all whimsical playfulness and wandering noise-collage melodies. With Ryan McRyhew of BDRMPPL as one of the minds behind the project, ...

    by Tom Murphy on February 4, 2010
  • Congorock at Beta

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    Congorock at Beta

    The music of Congorock sounds like the bastard child of hard house and a coked-up, hard-partying Nintendo Game Boy. The Italian DJ/producer is quickly garnering a reputation for party-starting tracks and mixes that cross all boundaries and take no p...

    by Cory Casciato on February 4, 2010
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    P.O.S. mates punk and hip-hop with aplomb

    Combining hip-hop and heavy music can prove disastrous (Limp Bizkit, anyone?). Minneapolis rapper P.O.S. (aka Stefon Alexander), however, proves that when a punk discovers hip-hop, the results can be amazing. Combining four-on-the-floor-style house ...

    by Andy Thomas on February 4, 2010
  • Tjutjuna's music takes you far beyond the mundane world of the everyday

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    Tjutjuna's music takes you far beyond the mundane world of the everyday

    Named after a Siberian cryptid cognate of Bigfoot, Tjutjuna emerged from the band Mothership when guitarist Brendon Schulze left to pursue a professional career in television. Rather than continue with vividly imagined, Michael Moorcock-esque tales ...

    by Tom Murphy on February 4, 2010
  • 28-200 - Video Games & Popsicle Sticks
 Self-released

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    28-200 - Video Games & Popsicle Sticks Self-released

    The songs on Video Games & Popsicle Sticks recall a time before non-mainstream music was splintered off into increasingly hermetic subgenres. Fuzzed-out melodic guitar over insistent rhythms and dark undertones grace each track like cuts from a secr...

    by Tom Murphy on February 4, 2010
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    What About Pluto? - Let Go EP Self-released

    What About Pluto? sounds ridiculously polished for a band one EP into its existence. Part of that is the production, from the Hook Factory. But this is also a sure-handed group, confident in each bass groove, drum kick and vowel wail. For all its te...

    by Kiernan Maletsky on February 4, 2010
  • Naeem Oba and BrikAbrak - You Are Not One of Us
 Self-released

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    Naeem Oba and BrikAbrak - You Are Not One of Us Self-released

    Everything ain't for everybody -- and Naeem Oba and brikAbrak's You Are Not One of Us bolsters this notion. Brazen and controversial, it is offensive and meant to incite. On "Go Hard," Oba announces himself as "The General," with an eloquently conte...

    by Ru Johnson on February 4, 2010
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    Chris Daniels & the Bmaster - We'll Meet Again AmbianZ

    While Chris Daniels has a 25-year history in these parts of horn-based, good-time blues rock/R&B, he gets over to Holland occasionally to team up with the like-minded Dutch R&B/soul act the BMaster. We'll Meet Again is a collaboration of the two pla...

    by Jon Solomon on February 4, 2010
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    Panty Raid - Saturday, February 6, Cervantes' Masterpiece Ballroom, 303-297-1772.

    When not performing as a member of the Glitch Mob, Ooah (Josh Mayer) sometimes collaborates with Martin Folb in Panty Raid. Not firmly entrenched in a specific style of electronic music, this project seems to freely associate and appropriate sound i...

    by Tom Murphy on February 4, 2010
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    Hermit Thrushes - Sunday, February 7, hi-dive, 720-570-4500.

    Coming on like Brian Wilson clad in the leathery hide of Captain Beefheart, the five young men of Hermit Thrushes have no problem gutting indie rock and playing gleefully with its innards. On the Philly group's two full-lengths, Slight Fountain and ...

    by Jason Heller on February 4, 2010
  • Telepath - Wednesday, February 10, Fox Theatre, Boulder, 303-443-3399.

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    Telepath - Wednesday, February 10, Fox Theatre, Boulder, 303-443-3399.

    A telepath is a creature that can communicate directly with the mind of another sentient being without the need for vocalization. This fact appears to inform the core of what the band Telepath attempts in its music. Because music transcends language...

    by Tom Murphy on February 4, 2010
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    Girls - Wednesday, February 10, Bluebird Theater, 303-377-1666.

    There's nothing remotely new about Girls, the brainchild of San Francisco-based songwriter Christopher Owens. But what the band brings is in short supply today: tender but not affected pop music with strong overtones of classic songcraft -- Elvis Co...

    by Jason Heller on February 4, 2010
  • Swingers isn't your typical swingers' club

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    Swingers isn't your typical swingers' club

    Although golf is a big sport in Colorado, there are few opportunities to play in the dead of winter. Enter Swingers, an upscale sports lounge that just opened next to the Robusto Room at 9535 Park Meadows Drive in Lone Tree. The bar has state-of-the...

    by Jon Solomon on February 4, 2010
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    Breaking: Monolith Festival on the ropes

    ? Just received word from Josh Baker, co-curator of Monolith, that the future of the indie-centric festival is uncertain. (Read Baker's full statement after the jump.) Although the turnout for this year's festival seemed to increase slightly...

    @ Backbeat by Dave Herrera on November 18, 2009 @ 4:50 pm
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    Q&A with Alex Webster of Cannibal Corpse

    ? Cannibal Corpse didn't invent death metal, but it has become one of the genre's definitive bands. Forming in Buffalo, New York in 1988, Cannibal Corpse quickly came to prominence due to its decidedly brutal music and horrifically detailed lyrics ...

    @ Backbeat by Tom Murphy on November 18, 2009 @ 2:30 pm
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    Kevin Geraghty gets another case of the blues

    Kevin Geraghty is back in LoDo. After being out of the game for a number of years running his own software company, the former owner of Brendan's Blues Pub is back to doing what he does best, bringing in and spotlighting the best blues music to town....

    @ Backbeat by Dave Herrera on November 18, 2009 @ 2:09 pm
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