The Australian singer crafts plush synth-pop songs with wailing saxophones and sultry lyrics.
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The third album from synth-pop artist Aaron Maine pays tribute to the New York City apartment where he created it.
Straight White Teeth is the synth-pop solo project of Patrick McGuire, formerly of Denver indie rock band Flashbulb Fires. This week McGuire announced the follow-up to 2015's "Medicine Sword" EP. He'll release the record "Physical Truth" one song at a time over the course of 2018. McGuire brought Straight White Teeth into the CPR Performance Studio this month. He played three songs and spoke with Alisha Sweeney about composing music for film, the differences between performing with a full band and as a solo act, and how a recent bicycle accident affected his songwriting.
Denver musicians Anna Morsett and Maria Kohler took over our airwaves for a Guest DJ session.
The alternative music pioneers brought back their Dial-A-Song hotline to promote their 20th album, "I Like Fun."
Denver's inaugural new music fest will take place Sept. 14-16 at the Overland Park Golf Course.
See videos and photos from the five-day event, and listen to Jessi Whitten and Scott Carney's favorite musical highlights and discoveries with a Spotify playlist.
The Denver soul-rock octet this month released "Tearing At The Seams," the follow-up to its gold-selling debut album.
Dragondeer released its debut album, "If You Got The Blues," last week. The Denver quartet has long been one of our favorite local bands for its lively blend of blues and psychedelic rock music. We welcomed them back into the CPR Performance Studio for the third time shortly before the record's release. The members of Dragondeer played three songs and spoke with Alisha Sweeney about writing music in the bathtub, how "If You Got The Blues" documents the last four years of their lives and incorporating reggae themes into their music.
The Nashville band stopped in before a show at Denver's Larimer Lounge.