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    The Green Fuse - Larimer Lounge

    The Green Fuse is known for ardent DIY aesthetics -- specifically, its handsome homemade record covers and its soon-to-be-impractical cassette tape releases. And such crafty projects are telling of the truly underground nature of the trio, which has ...

    by Tuyet Nguyen on July 12, 2007
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    Review: Great Northern @ Larimer Lounge

    Slide Show Chris Adolph of Bad Weather California sat alone in a folding chair on the stage of the Larimer, in front of an all but empty room, bathed in green light. "I'm going to pretend this room is full," he said and then started playing.Adolph ...

    @ Backbeat on June 5, 2007 @ 1:37 pm
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    Review: Born in the Flood @ Larimer Lounge

    Slide Show The Born in the Flood barbecue June 3 at the Larimer Lounge was everything good about being in Denver right now. The weather was pleasant, if a bit weird. Overcast but warm, with a moderate breeze blowing through, it might not have been...

    @ Backbeat on June 4, 2007 @ 1:01 pm
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    Review: We Are! We Are!/ The Narrator @ Larimer Lounge

    Slide Show There is a reason we eat dessert last. See, if you have the best part of the meal up front, it sort of ruins everything else. How exciting are boiled potatoes when you're still savoring the taste of that chocolate mousse? This applies...

    @ Backbeat on June 4, 2007 @ 12:47 pm
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    What You Missed This Weekend (June 1-3)

    We Are! We Are!, All Capitals, The Narrator and Me Llamo Rosa Larimer Lounge Friday, June 1st Slide show Live review Ultrachronic Walnut Room Saturday, June 2nd Slide show Tribute to Nat Yarbrough Dazzle Saturday, June 2nd Slide show M...

    @ Backbeat on June 4, 2007 @ 10:32 am
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    Welcome to Beyond Playlist

    Your eyeballs have found a new blog category that will appear every so often in Backbeat Online: Beyond Playlist. The concept is simple. Even in the waning days of the CD era, reviewers such as yours truly are sent far more discs than we can possibly...

    @ Backbeat by Michael Roberts on June 4, 2007 @ 8:56 am
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    Review: Mothership @ Hi-Dive

    It was an evening of local inspiration or maybe experimentation, or how about extraterrestrial communication last night at the Hi Dive, where Denver's Mothership hosted a CD release show celebrating their first full length, the Eleven Dimensional Sy...

    @ Backbeat on June 1, 2007 @ 4:52 pm
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    Fox Theatre--05/31/07

    Gregory Alan Isakov CD-release show With Chris Pureka and Tiny Television Slide Show Check out the slide show or read this week's feature.

    @ Backbeat on June 1, 2007 @ 1:15 pm
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    Sgt. Pepper on Trial

    A key line from the title cut of Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band reads, "It was twenty years ago today/Sergeant Pepper taught the band to play" -- but you'd never know it from the Denver dailies. Both the Rocky Mountain News and the Denver Po...

    @ Backbeat on June 1, 2007 @ 11:13 am
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    Marquis Theater--05/31/07

    GFK, Hiretsukan and Propagandhi Slide show

    @ Backbeat on May 31, 2007 @ 12:10 pm
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    More Norah

    Norah Jones thinks her musical evolution is moving forward more rapidly than do many reviewers. Still, her latest disc, Not Too Late, is a modest step toward greater self-expression -- she wrote or co-wrote all of the material on it -- and other pr...

    @ Backbeat on May 31, 2007 @ 9:50 am
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    Vaux Calls It a Day - Lamenting the passing of one of Denver's great bands.

    Remember in Almost Famous when Penny Lane recounts the advice she gives to fellow band-aids, that whole bit about not taking things too seriously to avoid getting hurt, and how if they ever get lonely they can always go to the record store and visit ...

    by Dave Herrera on July 5, 2007
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    Battles Fights for Originality - Behold the demigod rulers of math rock.

    Sometimes on Sunday night, I just want to lay on the couch and watch TV, but I can't because I have to go entertain the people." Ian Williams laughs as he makes this remark, but the fact is, he can barely find time for himself these days. Speaking...

    by Tuyet Nguyen on July 5, 2007
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    Yellowcard's Frontman Breaks His Silence - Ryan Key on his persistent throat problems and his band's new disc.

    The tastemakers at Spin treat Florida's Yellowcard as something of a running gag. As an example, lead singer Ryan Key cites an item about a post-MTV Video Music Awards party that was shut down by fire marshals; in it, the writer expressed surprise th...

    by Michael Roberts on July 5, 2007
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    R. Kelly's Artistic Process - A look inside the mind of a crazed/brilliant R&B lothario.

    By now, you most likely have fully absorbed Double Up, the latest chart-topping treatise from crazed/brilliant R&B lothario R. Kelly. Which means that, despite the current attention lavished on lead single "I'm a Flirt," you have discovered the recor...

    by Rob Harvilla on July 5, 2007
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    New Rome Is Burning - Jason Walker and company strive to break new ground.

    At my age," Jason Walker declares, "I don't know how to approach a band anymore." At 28, Walker's not being glib. He's spent the last half of his life behind a drum set, sweating it out in cramped practice pads and even tighter quarters in vans while...

    by Tuyet Nguyen on July 5, 2007
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    Interpol - Our Love to Admire Capitol

    Interpol's major-label debut isn't as monochromatic as its two predecessors. "Pioneer to the Falls," which channels the stormy textures of the Cure's Pornography, is possibly the richest song the act has ever recorded, with death-march piano and a gi...

    by Annie Zaleski on July 5, 2007
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    Smashing Pumpkins - Zeitgeist Reprise

    Billy Corgan likes being famous. Thinking he could take his popularity wherever he wished, he tinkered with the Pumpkins' sonics before breaking up the band. But following the commercial failure of a side project, Zwan, and a flop 2005 solo disc, he'...

    by Michael Roberts on July 5, 2007
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    GOP@Riot - GOP@Riot Self-released

    With a lineup consisting solely of two bassists and a drummer, you'd be right to assume that GOP@Riot (aka Go Patriot) is heavy. While skinsman Nate Weaver frenetically abuses his kit, Ben Williams and Sean Inman visit all manner of violence on their...

    by Eryc Eyl on July 5, 2007
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    Pete Wernick & Flexigrass - What The Niwot Records

    Banjo expert Pete Wernick, of Hot Rize fame, has never been content to imprison himself within genre conventions, even when the style is bluegrass, a format he loves. What The, the focus of a Friday, July 6, CD-release party at Arvada's D Note, is a ...

    by Michael Roberts on July 5, 2007
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