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
2 days ago | Hip-Hop
Before associates of Beyoncé Knowles recruited Too Many Zooz to perform on her hit 2016 album Lemonade, the trio had established itself as a standout act in New York's subways.
2 days ago | Interviews
Monique Ortiz and Mike Howard of Alien Knife Fight met while both were working, in two separate buildings, for Grav Labs in Austin, Texas, but they didn't really know one another. One day, in 2010, they ran into each other while practicing with th...
2 days ago | Dance
Electronic dance collective Deep Club will celebrate its four-year anniversary with house and techno music legend Mike Huckaby.
3 days ago | Music News
Emma Ruth Rundle’s solo music may be inspired by folk, but that hasn’t stopped her from touring the country with black-metal act Deafheaven and post-rock band This Will Destroy You.
4 days ago | Interviews
Noisy, experimental rock band Creepoid and its brethren in psychedelic sounds Ecstatic Vision are touring the U.S. this spring, and Thursday, March 23, will stop at Denver's hi-dive.
9 days ago | Music History
Pam Puente, a fixture in Denver's punk scene since she was 14-years-old, died in early March. Known as a wild-child, she earned praise and ire — often from the same people, says Jill Mustoffa, a Denver punk-show promoter who knew the musician for ...