The raw sound OpenAir will be mining on our second annual Garage Weekend this Memorial Day holiday really wasn’t called “garage” for some time. Mike Flanagan traces the origin of the term from its '60s beginnings to present day.
Once a year, industry professionals of the non-commercial radio world gather at XPN’s facilities in Philadelphia to discuss trends, hurdles, share a drink or two, and watch some amazing music at the annual NON-COMMvention. Here are my highlights from Non-Comm 2014.
Before Morrissey's concert at the Ellie Caulkins Opera House this Saturday, here are the most notable Colorado moments from his "Autobiography."
This week on Retrofit we have Tom Waits covered, as artists big, little, and surely out-of-luck put their stamps on the guy who is just looking for the heart of Saturday night. Tune in to Tom Waits Covers, 5 p.m. Saturday, May 17 and the eggs and sausage special at noon on Sunday, May 18.
Playing For Change was born in 2002. The idea: hit the streets, armed with a mobile recording studio and cameras on a journey in search of inspiration and the heartbeat of the people.
When bands change the lyrics of an existing song to be used in a commercial, it becomes harder to separate the art from the ad. Here are five of the most bizarre examples.
This spring Alisha is taking Mile High Noon on the road to travel around our community and get to know what Colorado music you're listening to. Next up is Illegal Pete's, who share five songs and teach her how to make the Pete's carnitas burrito!