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    More Power

    Although our August 23 interview with Tower of Power founding member Emilio Castillo mostly focused on the band's new album, the sax player also talked about the early days of playing in Bay Area, coming in at the tail end of the psychedelic scene ...

    @ Backbeat by Dave Herrera on August 22, 2007 @ 6:39 pm
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    Flashback on Dave Navarro

    The Dave Navarro who was interviewed by Westword for the August 23 Message column is very different from the one who chatted with the paper by phone in late 1990. During that conversation, he was slurring his words, sniffing loudly, bumping into fu...

    @ Backbeat by Sean Cronin on August 22, 2007 @ 1:30 pm
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    Munky from Korn Q&A

    Korn guitarist Munky appeared to be more than a little befuddled during a conversation with Westword for an August 24 profile. A sizable percentage of questions during the interview (which took place on August 1, the day after the release of Korn's e...

    @ Backbeat by Sean Cronin on August 22, 2007 @ 1:30 pm
  • Article

    Under a Blood Red Rocks Sky

    Slide Show "This song is not a rebel song. This song is 'Sunday Bloody Sunday!'" This song is beset by incorrectly tuned guitars. But let's not get too nitpicky about local U2 tribute band Under a Blood Red Sky's performance of "Sunday Bloody S...

    @ Backbeat by Joel Warner on August 22, 2007 @ 1:02 pm
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    Last Night: Backyard Tire Fire, Year Long Disaster, Clutch @ The Boulder Theater

    Backyard Tire Fire, Year Long Disaster, Clutch August 20, 2007 The Boulder Theater Better than: an actual backyard tire fire or yearlong disaster When I first saw Clutch in Austin in 1994, the audience was mostly clad in backward baseball caps and...

    @ Backbeat by Sean Cronin on August 21, 2007 @ 10:13 am
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    Last Night: Clouds, Your Black Star and Pelican @ Marquis Theater

    Pelican, Clouds, Your Black Star August 19, 2007 Marquis Theater Better Than: The spiciest hot wings you ever ate. First to the stage was Louisville's Your Black Star, a power trio that seemed to have an instrumental thing going at first, but a p...

    @ Backbeat by Sean Cronin on August 20, 2007 @ 6:37 pm
  • Article

    This Weekend: The Ron Miles Group @ Dazzle

    The Ron Miles Group Saturday, August 18 Dazzle Better than: A mint julep on a hot summer day Trumpeter Ron Miles has style, man. And that tone, that gorgeous tone, it's just downright classy. And to hear him do mainly a stylish, subdued set of bal...

    @ Backbeat by Sean Cronin on August 20, 2007 @ 11:18 am
  • Article

    Maloney's Tavern - The feeling of nostalgia is thick at this new LoDo destination.

    You know that scene in The Mask where Jim Carrey and Cameron Diaz are swing-dancing to the rumbling tom-tom beat of "Hey Pachuco," the song by Royal Crown Revue? Well, that clip was showing on a bunch of TVs at Maloney's Tavern (1432 Market Street),...

    by Jon Solomon on November 15, 2007
  • 29th Street Disciples - Monkey Mania

    Article

    29th Street Disciples - Monkey Mania

    While their name might sound like that of a shopping-mall religious cult, the 29th Street Disciples (due at Monkey Mania this Friday, November 16) are actually one of Denver's fastest, hardest and loudest punk bands. With righteous indignation and s...

    by Eryc Eyl on November 15, 2007
  • Miguel Migs - Shelter

    Article

    Miguel Migs - Shelter

    Miguel Migs knows his history. His soulful, song-oriented deep house draws heavily on the style's disco roots, tinting it with soul, funk, hip-hop and reggae influences. In the studio, Migs employs live musicians and soulful vocalists, skillfully bl...

    by Cory Casciato on November 15, 2007
  • Tarmints - Thirteen Dead Cats
Denver Coffee Achievers

    Article

    Tarmints - Thirteen Dead Cats Denver Coffee Achievers

    The Tarmints' exhilarating dynamism and hysteria-inducing percussive textures have always been their signature, but this record shows that the brutally intense act doesn't just exorcise the dark side of the human psyche. If anything, Thirteen Dead C...

    by Tom Murphy on November 15, 2007
  • Jen Pumo - All Over the Moon
Self-released

    Article

    Jen Pumo - All Over the Moon Self-released

    On All Over the Moon, Jen Pumo plays it cool. Rather than over-emoting, she layers imagistic lyrics over atmospheric soundscapes well worth ex-ploring. Her performances are unfailingly compelling, even though she seldom raises her voice. The albu...

    by Michael Roberts on November 15, 2007
  • Jay-Z - American Gangster
Roc-A-Fella

    Article

    Jay-Z - American Gangster Roc-A-Fella

    American Gangster is considerably better than 2006's lackluster Kingdom Come, if only because it returns Jay-Z to his criminal comfort zone. However, it still falls short of his finest material. The disc feels more like the sort of Hollywood product...

    by Michael Roberts on November 15, 2007
  • Torche - In Return
Robotic Empire

    Article

    Torche - In Return Robotic Empire

    Although In Return is only Torche's second record, you get the sense that this is one of those rare bands that will never leave you with a feeling of apprehension, wondering if the next record will be as good as the last. It's almost a forgone concl...

    by Josh Mullen on November 15, 2007
  • Article

    Heady Metal - With On High, Chris Fogal is shredding again with a vengeance.

    Chris Fogal is a closet shredder. You wouldn't guess that, though, if you only knew him from his time fronting the Gamits. But those who've had the great fortune of working with him in the studio tell tales of Fogal plugging in their guitars to chec...

    by Dave Herrera on November 15, 2007
  • Mini Reviews

    Article

    Mini Reviews

    Babyshambles, Shotter's Nation (Astralwerks). Pete Doherty isn't just an on-again, off-again junkie famed for making scenes with spindly ex-girlfriend Kate Moss. He's also a musician, and Shotter's Nation, the second Babyshambles album, demonstrates...

    on November 15, 2007
  • Old Crow Medicine Show - Ketch Secor and company's old-timey music invokes a simpler time.

    Article

    Old Crow Medicine Show - Ketch Secor and company's old-timey music invokes a simpler time.

    Ketch Secor is on a Rocky Mountain high of sorts. As his band's bus rolls into Sante Fe, New Mexico, all the Old Crow Medicine Show singer wants to talk about at the moment is Denver -- John Denver. "The power of his songcraft has a lot more infl...

    on November 15, 2007
  • Witchcraft - This Swedish quartet is more Black Sabbath than black magic.

    Article

    Witchcraft - This Swedish quartet is more Black Sabbath than black magic.

    The best way to understand Witchcraft is to listen to "Remembered," one of the seven meaty tracks on the Swedish group's latest release, The Alchemist. In just over five minutes, the quartet moves from happy-go-lucky hoedown to sludgy metal to Disra...

    by Eryc Eyl on November 15, 2007
  • Out of Sync - Lance Bass's new memoir is a surprisingly good read.

    Article

    Out of Sync - Lance Bass's new memoir is a surprisingly good read.

    'N Sync was so popular around the turn of the millennium that even I -- jaded, posturing music critic -- bought the band's second album, No Strings Attached. It sold over a million copies the day it was released in March 2000, and I was swallowing a...

    by Ben Westhoff on November 15, 2007
  • David Guetta - The French dance-music maven wants to duplicate his European fame in America.

    Article

    David Guetta - The French dance-music maven wants to duplicate his European fame in America.

    In this country, even the most prominent DJs can walk the streets without attracting attention -- and most of them like it that way. But in his native France and much of Europe, David Guetta is on another level entirely. There he's a mainstream cele...

    by Michael Roberts on November 15, 2007
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