“40 Years of Fresh Tracks” Award-winning KSMT has been rocking the Breckenridge area for 40 years. Colorado’s choice for streaming hip hop, indie and classic rock, KSMT has one of the largest music libraries in the state. A promo powerhouse, KSMT partners with the ski areas, towns and resort chambers throughout Summit County to sponsor exciting events including the Breckenridge Beer Festival, The Great Heli Ski Giveaway, and the Frisco Free Family Fun Fair. For the best rock, hip hop, and indie music in Colorado, choose KSMT – The Mountain. Life’s just better up here.
Gaslight Anthem frontman Brian Fallon will hit the studio with producer Butch Walker later this year to record his first solo album, Painkillers, set for release in early 2016 via Island Records.
Fallon has also announced a string of live dates with a backing band comprised of musicians from his various projects: Gaslight... ...read more
Following the spring release of his seventh studio album, Something in the Water, roots-music hero Pokey LaFarge has spent most of 2015 on the road, taking his blend of rockabilly, Western swing, jump blues and honky-tonk to audiences from Amsterdam to Bonnaroo. LaFarge's impeccable showmanship and slick traditionalism harkens back... ...read more
For Toronto's Dilly Dally, spring awakening sounds less like bees buzzing than like chainsaws revving. The band's leaders, Katie Monks and Liz Ball, are old friends who have zero patience for double standards or sexual frustration. The first track on their killer debut LP alternates between a hush and a... ...read more
Some songwriters pen clever lyrics but vocalize them awkwardly, or compose intricate melodies yet package them in mundane arrangements. John Grant isn't like that. Possessed of a smooth but aching baritone, this Colorado-raised, Iceland-based expat evokes the lushest masters of Seventies rock while delivering sociological commentary and self-deprecating wit offset... ...read more
"I shot an angel with Father's rifle/I should've let it free, but I let it bleed/And made it into taxidermy," Canadian artist Nicole Dollanganger sings. First impressions are hard to shake: From that opening line onward, she sets a course of Flannery O'Connor-style meditations on violence, small-town paranoia and strained... ...read more
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