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  • SunSquabi perform ‘Wizard’

    SunSquabi perform ‘Wizard’

    SunSquabi perform “Wizard” at Second Story Garage music video studio in Boulder, Colorado. Boulder is a breeding ground for electronic music infused with live instruments, and SunSquabi is the style’s latest success story. The three-member group formed in 2011 and has maintained an impressive schedule of EP, album and remix releases. The band’s latest release, the Thunder EP, came out in December, and they’ve got another album in the works, set for release in 2015. It’s looking to be a […]

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  • SunSquabi chat with Quentin Young

    SunSquabi chat with Quentin Young

    Andrew, Chris and Kevin of SunSquabi sit down for a video interview with Quentin at Second Story Garage in Boulder, Colorado. Boulder is a breeding ground for electronic music infused with live instruments, and SunSquabi is the style’s latest success story. The three-member group formed in 2011 and has maintained an impressive schedule of EP, album and remix releases. The band’s latest release, the Thunder EP, came out in December, and they’ve got another album in the works, set for […]

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  • Odesza is a fresh breath of electronic air

    Odesza is a fresh breath of electronic air

    By Sean Kelly In the current world of electronic music, Odesza is a breath of fresh air. The duo of Harrison Mills and Clayton Knight opted to stray from the sound of the typical headbanging, drop-centric style that has become so prevalent in EDM. After meeting in college at Western Washington University, Mills and Knight started creating beats, but Mills said they never set out to make any type of music in particular. Because of this, Mills said the duo […]

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  • Judah & the Lion perform in Second Story Garage (Paul Aiken / Staff Photographer)

    Garage alums Judah & the Lion set to rock Letterman’s world

    Judah & the Lion rocked Second Story Garage a few months ago, and Friday, Feb. 20, they’re going to rock the “The Late Show With David Letterman.” We can’t be sure Letterman’s folks discovered Judah from their Garage session. But we’re pretty confident it went down that way, based on a nationally prominent, Colorado-based music source recently telling us they are taking a look at Judah based on seeing the band’s Garage session. So, either before or after Judah appears […]

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  • Guitar hero Eddie Van Halen talks about his roots, music innovations

    Guitar hero Eddie Van Halen talks about his roots, music innovations

    By Brett Zongker Associated Press WASHINGTON — For Eddie Van Halen, making music is all about having good ears and a talent for experimenting with guitars and amps to create just the right sound. Now 60, Van Halen said he’s ready to get back on the road. His band recorded a live album — its first with founding singer David Lee Roth — in 2013, and it’s waiting for a release date. Eddie Van Halen was to visit the Smithsonian […]

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  • Borgore took unconventional path to dubstep notoriety

    Borgore took unconventional path to dubstep notoriety

    By Sean Kelly Borgore ruined dubstep. This is the popular refrain of his critics. Ruined is a strong statement, but there is no doubt Asaf Borger (better known by his stage name Borgore) changed dubstep forever. His offensive sent shockwaves through the electronic community, but it was his ability to push the boundaries of the genre that garnered more attention. Borgore’s music has no real genre. Yes it is EDM, but it incorporates his own lyrics that overlay aspects of […]

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