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  • Slow Caves chat with Quentin Young

    Slow Caves chat with Quentin Young

    Slow Caves sit down to chat with Quentin Young at Second Story Garage in Boulder, Colorado. Slow Caves have an image, and that’s a great advantage when you’re a new band. Identity usually comes slow and by default in the textbook cycle of band life. But it came almost from the outset for this Fort Collins quintet, and its SoCal sheen, youthful swagger and skateboard cool seem, if not intentional, at least immediate to the project. Slow Caves released their […]

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  • Will U2’s ‘Songs of Innocence’ be most deleted album ever?

    Will U2’s ‘Songs of Innocence’ be most deleted album ever?

    By Dan Deluca The Philadelphia Inquirer U2 have just released what will soon be the most deleted album in history. There it is, sitting in your iTunes Music Library whether you asked for it or not: Songs of Innocence, the heroic Irish rock band’s 13th album, which they surprise released for free in partnership with Apple at the consumer tech giant’s iPhone 6 (and Apple Watch) rollout in Cupertino, Calif., last week. In a stroke of internet razzmatazz, Apple made […]

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  • Forward-thinking U2 scores pub after releasing album free on iTunes

    Forward-thinking U2 scores pub after releasing album free on iTunes

    By Chris Talbott Associated Press Since U2 stunned the music world by delivering a surprise album at Apple’s iPhone 6 unveiling and making it available to a half-billion iTunes users for free, they’ve gotten an avalanche of publicity. But who’s listening to it? The answer is still unclear. Apple has not released official download rates for “Songs of Innocence” and U2’s manager, Guy Oseary, also said he didn’t know how many people had actually downloaded the album. But that really […]

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  • Robert Plant returns to roots with 10th solo studio album, new tour

    Robert Plant returns to roots with 10th solo studio album, new tour

    By Chris Talbott Associated Press NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Robert Plant has been a lifelong rambler with almost no interest in returning home to Great Britain. These days, though, he’s as snug as a hobbit in his hole in his native country after returning to record his latest album, and he doesn’t plan on changing his home base soon. “I’m back,” Plant said in a recent phone interview from his home along the Welsh border. “My dog is curled up in […]

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  • Neon Trees postpone Oct. 7 show at Boulder Theater

    Neon Trees postpone Oct. 7 show at Boulder Theater

    Staff Report The Neon Trees have postponed some of their fall tour, including their Oct. 7 show at the Boulder Theater, a spokesperson for the band announced Friday. The tour is being disrupted because bass player Branden Campbell recently underwent surgery to have a heart valve replaced. “The intense touring schedule has been exhaustive and doctors have advised Campbell to slow down. “We had initially thought we should cancel the entire tour, but Branden wouldn’t let us, thus the new […]

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  • Second Story Garage: Caribou Mountain Collective

    Second Story Garage: Caribou Mountain Collective

    Caribou Mountain Collective perform “If You Would’ve Heard Me Calling” at Second Story Garage in the Daily Camera newsroom in Boulder, Colorado. It seems to happen so often. A bunch of friends get a jam going at some guy’s house in Nederland, and next thing you know, they’re touring the country. Ever hear of a little ol’ string band called Yonder Mountain? Add Caribou Mountain Collective to the list. The Nederland bluegrass quartet began informally at a pickin’ party a […]

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