Bree Davies is a writer, reporter and radio host who grew up in Denver. An active member of the music community, she is the co-founder of Titwrench experimental music festival and host of the Colorado-focused Local Shakedown show every Friday on Radio 1190. Davies contributes regularly to Westword and has written for The A.V. Club, xoJane, Alternative Press and more about music, art, feminism and social justice issues.
2 days ago | Profiles
Colin Ward seemed to be an endless river of music. Ward wrote, played, recorded and produced more than forty albums between 2008 and 2013, releasing a new piece of work every three or four months through the Bandcamp page he held under the name Al...
2 days ago | Events
When Tuyet Nguyen left a full-time editing job a few years ago, she jumped in the back of a van as a roadie for Deer Tick, a Rhode Island rock group. While her job was to sell merchandise at each stop on the tour, Nguyen also found herself documen...
3 days ago | Breeality Bites
Whether you've lived in Denver for five minutes or fifty years, there's a pride that comes with being a part of the Mile High City. I should know: I spend a great majority of my time as writer sharing my thoughts and feelings on the city that rais...
7 days ago | Anime and Cosplay
The anime con scene has been thriving for well over a decade in Colorado, and after a casual conversation with a friend last year, Jinnie McManus — a longtime behind-the-scenes fest worker — was inspired to expand the scene even further, with anot...
7 days ago | Best of Denver
Denver has many brand-spankin' new places to eat, drink and have fun in the sun or on a balmy evening. But there are also plenty of great spots where you can enjoy an old-school summer night, including Lakeside Amusement Park, our Best Old-Sc...
8 days ago | Video
The impact of MTV's work — back when it was an actual channel for music — continues to endure for musicians as they create visual accompaniments to their songs. Sure, YouTube is alive and well today and there were many other ways music was paired ...