Tom Murphy is a writer, visual artist and musician who grew up three blocks from Denver in Aurora, Colorado. As an anthropologist/historian of the Denver music scene and connected music/art communities around the world, Murphy has spent a good deal of his adult life accumulating related knowledge, connecting dots and documenting. He once reviewed 40 shows in 36 days for Westword but is all better now
4 days ago | Interviews
Kristin Hersh recently released Wyatt at the Coyote Palace, a book of essays and lyrics that includes two albums. Hersh has written two critically acclaimed memoirs: 2015's Don't Suck, Don't Die: Giving Up Vic Chesnutt was about her friendship wit...
5 days ago | Interviews
Simulators is the latest project from Bryon Parker and Brian Polk. Parker had a long tenure as the guitarist and frontman of noisy post-punk outfit Accordion Crimes, which fizzled out in summer 2016. Polk still drums in the punk band Joy Subtracti...
5 days ago | Music History
In August, SubRosa released For This We Fought the Battle of Ages, one of the most fascinating rock albums of the year.
6 days ago | DIY
When Flux Capacitor opened the first week of December 2014, no one thought it would last more than three months. But the DIY venue has become a staple of the Colorado Springs music scene, with a national reputation for quality, wide-ranging shows ...
9 days ago | Music News
Ever Saturday starting December 3, Neil Michael Hagerty & the Howling Hex will preform a "Denver brunch" from 4 to 6 p.m. at La Cour Bistro, 1643 South Broadway. What's a Denver brunch, and why does this particular one start so late? The ...
10 days ago