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  • decker. chats with Quentin Young

    decker. chats with Quentin Young

    Brandon Decker, of decker., sits down with Quentin for an interview at Second Story Garage music video studio in Boulder, Colorado. The lyrical references on decker.’s latest album, Patsy, run from Ol’ Dirty Bastard to Lee Harvey Oswald, and in between is some sharp thinking expressed in cutting lines. Decker.’s view of the world is expansive and unforgiving. “Patsy,” the album’s title song, was inspired by Oswald, and it gives a first-person account as if told by Kennedy’s assassin. It […]

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  • High Five chat with Quentin Young

    High Five chat with Quentin Young

    Members of Denver hip-hop group High Five chat with Quentin Young at Second Story Garage in Boulder, Colorado. High Five got the attention of the Second Story Garage crew at a set they performed for the Colorado Music Party during South by Southwest in March. The music was fun, the MCs were confident, the raps were smart and inventive, and the band as a whole exuded a determination to succeed. Based on the crowd reaction in Austin, there’s little doubt […]

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  • Grisman, Leslie, Hargeaves & Smith chat with Quentin Young

    Grisman, Leslie, Hargeaves & Smith chat with Quentin Young

    Grisman, Leslie, Hargreaves & Smith chat with Quentin in a video interview at Second Story Garage in Boulder, Colorado. Bluegrass emphasizes tradition. For all the proliferation of jamgrass and its variants, especially in Colorado, the old ways of bluegrass have an inherently powerful pull that keep successive players from growing too far from the roots. But the quartet Grisman, Leslie, Hargreaves & Smith does much to expand the possibilities of a bluegrass lineup. Bluegrass songs are essentially country songs, and […]

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  • Cabinet chat with Quentin Young

    Cabinet chat with Quentin Young

    Members of Cabinet sit down for an interview with Quentin Young at Second Story Garage studio in Boulder, Colorado. Pappy Biondo has a nonchalant, almost cavalier approach to fulfilling his vocal duties in Cabinet. He opens his mouth to sing, but not much beyond the necessary amount. His delivery sometimes has a talk-sing quality to it. But it’s not as if he’s being lazy or seems bored. He’s being true to the band’s overall vibe, which is half-front porch, half-after […]

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  • Cornmeal chat with Quentin Young

    Cornmeal chat with Quentin Young

    Cornmeal sit down with Quentin for a video interview at Second Story Garage in Boulder, Colorado. Cornmeal celebrated the 15th anniversary of its first show earlier this year. The Chicago-based band is popular among jamgrass fans throughout the country and is a regular visitor to bluegrass hot spots of the Front Range. They stopped by the Garage on a recent visit to the state with a new lineup and songs from their new album, Slow Street, due out in May. […]

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  • Intuit chat with Quentin Young

    Intuit chat with Quentin Young

    Intuit sit down to chat with Quentin at Second Story Garage in Boulder, Colorado. If nothing else, the sense came from the jar of “holy water” that the Boulder band brought to add to our collection of trinkets. As Chloe B. Watkins and Neil Sullivan explained to Quentin during their interview, Neil captured the water from the Arapaho Glacier via Caribou Springs the morning of our session. The half-filled mason jar represented a bigger version of the one Chloe plays […]

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