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    Relevent - Display Your Prey Self-released

    Listeners definitely shouldn't judge this CD by its cover, or its surface sonics. Despite their fondness for ghoulish get-ups and extreme-metal accoutrements, the members of Relevent are old-school moralists; in Display's liner notes, vocalist Angel ...

    by Michael Roberts on June 28, 2007
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    Listen Up - Fast reviews of recent releases

    Wild Billy Childish and the Musicians of the British Empire, Punk Rock at the British Legion Hall (Damaged Goods). Quintessential eccentric British musician, writer, painter and poet Billy Childish broke up his scintillating Buff Medways in favor of ...

    on June 28, 2007
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    Dan Deacon - Thursday, June 28, hi-dive, 720-570-4500.

    Dan Deacon has amassed quite a reputation for his live shows, which often devolve into fits of reckless abandon, with the cuddly little man going bananas on stage, throwing punches and offering up belly waggles. His antics are surpassed only by his r...

    by Josh Tyson on June 28, 2007
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    Melt-Banana - Friday, June 29, Bluebird Theater, 303-830-8497.

    Next to Einsturzende Neubauten, these Japanese noise-mongers hold the distinction of being one of the loudest bands on the planet. Like the mythic group Disaster Area, from The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, listeners would be well advised to enjo...

    by Rick Skidmore on June 28, 2007
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    Kenny Chesney - Saturday, June 30, Dick's Sporting Goods Park, 1-866-461-6556.

    Kenny Chesney has performed some of the most unabashedly white-bread, defanged, middle-of-the-road pop music ever crafted. While his breakthrough album, 2004's When the Sun Goes Down, may be soma for the undiscerning masses, the guy accomplished what...

    by Tom Murphy on June 28, 2007
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    Bill Mallonee - Sunday, July 1, 3 Kings Tavern, 303-777-7352.

    The music business is only glamorous for the chosen few -- but even by the standards of this notoriously merciless industry, Bill Mallonee has had a tough row to hoe. He first earned notoriety circa the late '80s with Vigilantes of Love, and after in...

    by Michael Roberts on June 28, 2007
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    U.S. Bombs - Sunday, July 1, Aggie Theater, 1-970-482-8300.

    This past March, a car crash prematurely ended a Die Hunns tour. After the accident, the band's leader, Duane Peters, a 45-year-old professional skater, and his wife, Corey Parks, formerly of Nashville Pussy, reportedly decided to take the rest of th...

    by Rick Skidmore on June 28, 2007
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    This Just In... - The latest nightlife news.

    With so much happening in town, it's rare for me to get outside the Denver city limits these days, but on a recent Wednesday night, I happened to be near Park Meadows with a friend, and we decided to check out the Robusto Room (9535 Park Meadows Driv...

    by Jon Solomon on June 28, 2007
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    Blue Million Miles - hi-dive

    Blue Million Miles emerged after the split of Small Objects in the fall of 2006. It was the classic case of a promising young band breaking up and a much stronger, more focused entity coming together. Weaving together strands of gritty space rock wit...

    by Tom Murphy on June 28, 2007
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    Busted Up

    Kirk Rundstrom tearing it up at SXSW Just received word that Kirk Rundstrom passed away today. Though Rundstrom was not from Denver, his main band, Split Lip Rayfield, passed through here often enough that, to many, he and his crew felt like local...

    @ Backbeat by Dave Herrera on February 22, 2007 @ 3:57 pm
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    The F-Troop - This year's Showcase was quite the earful.

    "I'd just like to take a second to say 'Fuck you' to our sponsors. Fucking rock and roll doesn't need fucking sponsors. You guys can go suck my dick." I swear, I just about inhaled my juice box when I heard Aaron Collins from Machine Gun Blues unl...

    by Dave Herrera on June 21, 2007
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    Holler Til You Pass Out with 3OH!3 - Hip-hop just got hipper thanks to this Boulder duo.

    "Maybe I could be the first rapper-slash-doctor!" As he applies to medical schools for next year, Nathaniel Motte -- beatmaker and one half of Boulder crunk-rock duo 3OH!3 -- is getting psyched about the cred this will win him in the hip-hop game....

    by Eryc Eyl on June 21, 2007
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    Cephalic Carnage Gets Technical - Meet the masters of heady metal.

    For Cephalic Carnage guitarist Zac Joe, the process of making the group's new CD, Xenosapien, was overwhelming at times. "You're so focused in on the little details that it's hard to pull out and tell whether what you're doing is genius or crap," he ...

    by Michael Roberts on June 21, 2007
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    On the Download - The best in legitimate, artist-approved exclusives.

    Musicians might not have a 401(k) to fall back on, but at least they can make a small fortune on eBay. A corset worn by Neko Case recently fetched $300 for charity, but don't expect the alt-country goddess to open up her hamper to the highest bidder ...

    by Andy Vihstadt on June 21, 2007
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    John Doe Rises Again - An ex-member of X puts poetry in motion.

    John Doe has experienced a few scary things in his day. The former singer for seminal L.A. punk band X was once run off the road and went off a small cliff in Maui while in a rental van with his wife and kids. He also encounters a few rattlesnakes ev...

    by Jon Solomon on June 21, 2007
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    Marilyn Manson - Eat Me, Drink Me Interscope

    Career-wise, the other Marilyn is in a helluva spot. Having founded his persona on calculated outrage, his choices for the future range from upping the ante G.G. Allin-style, which would likely result in his marginalizing and/or killing himself, to t...

    by Michael Roberts on June 21, 2007
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    Maroon 5 - It Won't Be Soon Before Long A&M/Octone Records

    What's worse than disco? How about bleak, breakup, stalker disco? Guess that might make it disc-emo. On Maroon 5's latest effort, the L.A.-meets-Brit-pop catchiness that made its predecessor, Songs About Jane, cough out hits like a Pez dispenser has ...

    by Rick Skidmore on June 21, 2007
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    Concept Oner - To Die For American Trash Republic

    Concept Oner has a rhyme style that's common among underground MCs, in which they try to squeeze too many syllables into a single bar. This usually results in the rapper falling off beat and then trying to punch in where he left off, hoping his flow ...

    by Quibian Salazar-Moreno on June 21, 2007
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    King for a Day - Modernism Metaphor Recording Company

    Despite its name, Modernism is decidedly retro thanks to its fealty to old-fashioned rock verities: hooky melodies, sugary harmonies, tidy structures and sincere crooning courtesy of British import Simon Levene. While these elements are noteworthy in...

    by Michael Roberts on June 21, 2007
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    Listen Up - Fast reviews of recent releases

    Nick Drake, Family Tree (Tsunami Label Group/Fontana). This unusual, understated collection adds immeasurably to our knowledge of a tragic yet little-understood figure. Culled from homemade recordings, the disc captures the late Drake tentatively ren...

    on June 21, 2007
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