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    This Just In... - Nightlife you can use.

    If Skip Reeves had his way, Denver would be one city under a groove. The self-proclaimed Funktologist is pumping the funk back into the Mile High City every Saturday night with his Funk Above the Rest show on KUVO, spinning everything from Larry Grah...

    by Jon Solomon on April 5, 2007
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    Kissing Party - Leela European Cafe

    In a time when war without end looms on the horizon and impending economic and ecological disaster hangs over us like a Sword of Damocles, it's easy to forget the little things that sustain us. Luckily, there are groups like the Kissing Party to help...

    by Tom Murphy on April 5, 2007
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    Crave - Play what you love.

    For as long as there has been an underground rock community, there has been a connected, collective subconscious that randomly makes and kills trends. Remember trucker hats? Swooshy haircuts? Or, God, even Locust tattoos? The scene makes you do fu...

    by Tuyet Nguyen on April 5, 2007
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    Lost List

    Fortunately, a new Playlist is slated to appear in the February 8 edition, and to whet your appetite for the feature's return, here's a taste of what you missed: blurbs about four national albums (by Nas, Ghostface Killah, Clinic and Clipse) and two ...

    @ Backbeat by Michael Roberts on February 5, 2007 @ 1:21 pm
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    Hey, Kids

    Nine. That's the number of shows that the Heyday has actually played. In this week's Beatdown, I speculated that number was fewer than fifty. And before the ink was even dry on that column, I received an e-mail from Heyday bassist Pete Wynn -- whose ...

    @ Backbeat by Dave Herrera on January 26, 2007 @ 12:06 pm
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    Punch Drunk Love

    (If not, I'm sure we can arrange something, Flanders. What's your number again?) For the benefit of those who have never been ripped from peaceful slumber at some ungodly hour by a random jackass with an insatiable need to fire off incomprehensible...

    @ Backbeat by Dave Herrera on January 24, 2007 @ 3:48 pm
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    Sight Seeing - SXSW was a real eyeful -- and earful.

    Being blind is no laughing matter -- which means that jokes about being blind aren't funny. Still, as I waited at DIA last week for a flight to Austin and South by Southwest, I couldn't help but snort at one overheard comment. After handing him his b...

    by Dave Herrera on March 22, 2007
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    Maneline - This crew delivers a straight shot of hip-hop.

    Sam Baron fits the profile of a quintessential Gemini. Dualistic nature? Check. Contradictory? Yep. Complex? Definitely. Exuding confidence often to the point of arrogance, the MC, who answers to the name Mane Rok and is also one-third of the hip-hop...

    by Dave Herrera on March 22, 2007
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    Everybody Else - Carrick Moore Gerety formed this trio when the Push Kings came to shove.

    Despite his youthful appearance, Carrick Moore Gerety has been doing this indie-pop thing for longer than some of his fans have been alive. Most notably, Moore Gerety and his brother, Finn, co-captained the Push Kings -- the Harvard-hatched boy band ...

    by Eryc Eyl on March 22, 2007
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    JJ Grey & MOFRO - Nothing scarier, wilder or more attractive to JJ Grey than a strong woman.

    Country Ghetto, JJ Grey & MOFRO's latest effort, is like a musical postcard from the South. On the front is a collage of pictures -- Otis Redding, the Meters, Dr. John, Muddy Waters -- and on the flip side, Grey's spinning yarns about his life, his ...

    by Jon Solomon on March 22, 2007
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    Goes Cube - David Obuchowski loves his music unironically.

    Our music's not guarded," notes David Obuchowski, guitarist and vocalist for Brooklyn's Goes Cube. "We're not into irony; we're not into being that subtle. When we get up on stage or we record a song, we have no problem saying 'We love this,' and we ...

    by Michael Roberts on March 22, 2007
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    Ozomatli - Dont Mess With the Dragon Concord Records

    The multi-ethnic, multi-disciplinary L.A.-based tribe known as Ozomatli made its name by cutting up salsa, hip-hop, traditional Mexican music, funk, jazz and more into barn-burning, irresistible party music. Unfortunately, this followup tries too har...

    by Eryc Eyl on March 22, 2007
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    El-P - I'll Sleep When You're Dead Definitive Jux

    Definitive Jux founder Jaime Meline, who goes by El-P, has spent the millennium battering hip-hop's boundaries, and on his first solo CD since 2002, he takes things well beyond his previous extremes. The results are intriguing but self-consciously a...

    by Michael Roberts on March 22, 2007
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    The Wendy Woo Trio - Luxury Woo Music Recording

    Denver DIY queen Wendy Woo is hardworking and prolific; Luxury, whose release is being celebrated on Friday, March 23, at a Fox Theatre party opened by the Chris Webb Band, is Woo's seventh CD since 1997. This time, however, the disc is credited to t...

    by Michael Roberts on March 22, 2007
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    Eyes and Ears - Eyes and Ears Not Bad Records

    There are half a million people in Denver, but it seems like there are only about twenty musicians to go around. The local scene is incredibly incestuous, with folks moonlighting in at least a couple of acts and the same names popping up again and ag...

    by Tuyet Nguyen on March 22, 2007
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    The Thermals - Thursday, March 22, hi-dive, 720-570-4500.

    The cover art of the Thermals' latest, The Body, the Blood, the Machine, demands a close look. The intriguing collage features Jesus with a black bar covering his eyes, standing with his arms outstretched in a junkyard, surrounded by what look like d...

    by Jon Solomon on March 22, 2007
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    Soul Asylum - Thursday, March 22, Walnut Room, 303-292-1700.

    Although long in the shadow of scenemates Hsker D and the Replacements, Soul Asylum ended up being the most commercially successful of the three. Early on, the act was derisively dubbed Hsker Jr. by certain critics primarily because its early reco...

    by Tom Murphy on March 22, 2007
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    120 Days - Friday, March 23, Bluebird Theater, 303-322-2308.

    Jonas H. Dahl, Arne Sty Kvalvik, dne Meisfjord and Kjetil Ovesen, the four Norwegians who make up 120 Days, are too young to have lived through the nascent era of synthesized rock, and in this case, ignorance is bliss. Rather than put the spotlight...

    by Michael Roberts on March 22, 2007
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    Conner - Friday, March 23, Oriental Theater, 303-455-2124.

    By all accounts, Conner is from Lawrence, Kansas -- although considering how frontman James Duft sings, with a tar-thick, faux-British accent, you'd be forgiven if you assumed the group hailed from across the pond. And ironically, the positive notice...

    by Dave Herrera on March 22, 2007
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    Coco Montoya - Tuesday, March 27, Bluebird Theater, 303-322-2308.

    Guitarist/singer Coco Montoya started off as a rock drummer. Albert Collins walked into the club where Montoya was working, and the club owner let him use Montoya's drum set -- without asking him. Montoya blew a gasket, and Collins ended up calling t...

    by Olivia Flores Alvarez on March 22, 2007
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