2 days ago | Profiles
Charles Joshua Ogzewalla, who went by Josh, died on the evening of April 10 from a combination of colon cancer and liver failure. Doctors originally told him he wouldn’t make it to February. “He had that tattoo on his arm that is the Dylan Thomas ...
3 days ago | Longform
Slovenian industrial band Laibach return to the Gothic Theatre this Saturday, May 23rd for its first show in Denver in over a decade. The group, comprising cultural provocateur and multi-media artists will share the bill with Minis...
4 days ago | Profiles
Widely considered one of the best live rock and roll bands going now because of its joyously exuberant shows, Diarrhea Planet does one better on the modern reinvention of classic rock without sounding like a specific band from the 1970s. Think mor...
7 days ago | High Plains Underground Archive
Kyle King was a guy you'd see at several Denver shows up through his untimely death on August 24th, 2009. As a student at Green Mountain High School, King was an avid music fan whose unmistakable, loud, silly and infectious laughter is something e...
10 days ago | Concert Reviews
Bands performing classic albums in their entirety is hardly a new thing at this point. But it isn't every band whose material has struck a chord across multiple decades. When the Jesus and Mary Chain's Psychocandy was first released in 1985, it wa...
10 days ago | Performance
Most people know Henry Rollins as the former frontman of Black Flag and Rollins Band. His 1994 memoir, Get In the Van, should be required reading for anyone coming up as a musician. A writer, spoken-word performer, actor, world traveler, ...