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  • Elephant Revival perform ‘Birds and Stars’

    Elephant Revival perform ‘Birds and Stars’

    Elephant Revival perform “Birds and Stars” at Second Story Garage in Boulder, Colorado. Elephant Revival belongs to a certain model of Colorado bands that are sometimes called indie-folk or gypsy-folk and favor acoustic over electric and vintage over modern. More than that, Elephant Revival is a prototype of the model, and there’s no telling how many people in the state, or in the country, took up the washboard after seeing the quintet from Nederland perform. With haunting vocals and a […]

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  • Get ready to dance, Colorado: Here come Hank & Cupcakes, Vance Romance

    Get ready to dance, Colorado: Here come Hank & Cupcakes, Vance Romance

    By Lukas Leben The University of Colorado’s Program Council is shaking the walls of the University Memorial Center’s Club 156 Saturday night, presenting Brooklyn’s energetic electropop duo Hank & Cupcakes and Denver’s Vance Romance, with its self-proclaimed “love for sexy basslines and floor shaking dance beats.” Hank & Cupcakes, which formed in 2008 in Tel Aviv, Israel, features husband/wife team of Ariel “Hank” Scherbacovsky and Sagit “Cupcakes” Shir. According to the duo’s website, the band name is a reference to […]

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  • Elephant Revival perform ‘Remembering a Beginning’

    Elephant Revival perform ‘Remembering a Beginning’

    Elephant revival perform “Remembering a Beginning” at Second Story Garage in Boulder, Colorado. Elephant Revival belongs to a certain model of Colorado bands that are sometimes called indie-folk or gypsy-folk and favor acoustic over electric and vintage over modern. More than that, Elephant Revival is a prototype of the model, and there’s no telling how many people in the state, or in the country, took up the washboard after seeing the quintet from Nederland perform. With haunting vocals and a […]

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  • Local music label showcases its artists, including Campfire Vendetta

    Local music label showcases its artists, including Campfire Vendetta

    By Quentin Young Longmont-based record label B-Normous Productions is run by musicians for musicians, which means it doesn’t make a fortune for its owners, but the profits accrue mainly to artists and fans in the form of music. Dividends will be issued at 8 p.m. Saturday, when B-Normous presents a showcase of its artists at Dickens Opera House. The all-ages show is “an eclectic mix of rising talent here in the state of Colorado,” said Davey Bartlett, who runs B-Normous […]

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  • Elephant Revival chat with Quentin Young

    Elephant Revival chat with Quentin Young

    Elephant Revival chat with Quentin Young at Second Story Garage in Boulder, Colorado. Elephant Revival belongs to a certain model of Colorado bands that are sometimes called indie-folk or gypsy-folk and favor acoustic over electric and vintage over modern. More than that, Elephant Revival is a prototype of the model, and there’s no telling how many people in the state, or in the country, took up the washboard after seeing the quintet from Nederland perform. With haunting vocals and a […]

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