Andy Thomas is a music journalist who hopes other music journalists write nice things about the music he performs. He has been published in The Rocky Mountain News, Rock Sound, AMP and Westword. In 2014, he finished and self-published his debut novel, Hell is in New Jersey. As a musician he has shared the stage with William Elliott Whitmore, Joe Pug, Less Than Jake, Deer Tick and hundreds of others. He lives in Denver with his wife, their two cats and a massive pile of unfinished projects.
2 months ago | Music News
Josselyn Cool warns that she will be in full “boy mode” when she arrives for an interview, and therefore in a bad mood.
2 months ago | Activism
The Denver garage-rock band Bad Licks has released a new song to commemorate — and protest — Donald Trump's inauguration.
“Everyone always thinks I’m the one that did this, but I’m not,” Steve “Faceman” says about his latest mastermind, “Faceman’s 100 Year Storm,” a two-day festival taking place this weekend at the Oriental Theatre during which 100 bands will perform...
Few bands can point to one event or festival as a catalyst and jumping-off point for its success. For Massachusetts's Darlingside, however, much of the group's recent success can be traced back to the Westin Hotel in Kansas City, where last year's...
Charleston, South Carolina duo Shovels & Rope, which plays the Ogden Theatre on Friday, November 18, and Saturday, November 19, know that some seeds are worth watering, allowing them to grow and bloom — while others are best left in the cold, dark...
5 months ago | Concerts
Chuck Coffey has more Denver music pedigree on his own than a lot of bands combined. Starting Not Bad Records in 1997, Coffey helped numerous Denver bands put out albums and gain much needed exposure, all while playing in notable Denver bands like...