Steve Gray

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  • 16 years ago | Music News

    "I have a sense for Japanese filmmaking," divulges Chris Taylor, organist/multi-instrumentalist for Denver innovators of cinematic rock the Hellmen. "Old karate films, even Godzilla. We have a Godzilla war occasionally. I could do it, but you coul...

  • 16 years ago | Music News

    Blur 13 (Virgin) Fans who were enthusiastically awaiting the release of this disc because they loved the ultra-catchy "Song 2" from Blur's eponymous 1997 album may be sorely disappointed: At first listen, the quartet seems to have turned into an a...

  • 16 years ago | Music News

    Late last November, the 15th Street Tavern, Denver's favorite venue for ear-splitting punk, was filling up with the usual suspects: Most of the audience members sported either ripped T-shirts or chains. But did they protest when the Cherry Bomb Cl...

  • 17 years ago | Music News

    Like many other rock-oriented acts that embrace the spiritual, San Francisco's Visual Audio Sensory Theater, better known as VAST, is in danger of being pigeonholed as a "drug band." But Jon Crosby, a 22-year-old singer-songwriter and multi-instru...

  • 17 years ago | Music News

    "It's really this idea of preserving the music that's important to me," says Kaigal-ool Khovalyg of Huun-Huur Tu, a quartet that's sometimes billed as the Throat Singers of Tuva. "Of doing something that will enable this music to survive and to be...

  • 17 years ago | Music News

    "We're waging a war against the disappearance of the full-service gas station," says Tarmints drummer A.J. Hathaway. "It's the same thing we're doing with records, man. You pull up to my door, you know what to expect. I'm delivering you quality. Y...