From Leftover Salmon's Bill McKay being arrested to Swayback adding Adam Tymn from Vaux to its line-up to Frontside Five and 29th St. Disciples landing record deals, there was tons happening this week. The biggest and perhaps most stunning item of the week, however, has to be news of the unfortunate and untimely demise of Hearts of Palm, one of the most promising bands to emerge from Denver in the past five years. After the jump, in case you missed anything, we've compiled a handy list of links to all of this week's stories so you can catch up. Have a weekend. See you on Monday.
Friday, January 23, 2009
- Freaky Friday: Lene Alexandra's "My Boobs Are Okay"
- Flier of the week: Pena at the Lion's Lair
- 29th St. Disciples signs with Zodiac Killer Records
- Frontside Five signs with DC-Jam Records
- Update: John Common's People's Kazoo Orchestra
- Guru shows love to Colorado hip-hop artists
- Mile Hi-Fidelity recast + playlist - 01.21.09
- Update: Single File previews new song and recordings
- From Blonde to Black: When DJs attack
- Meese finishes new album and lands in Spin
- Has hip-hop dance crew BreakEFX met its match?
- Leftover Salmon's Bill McKay arrested
- A first look at the Fray's new documentary
Thursday, January 22, 2009
- Is Food Chain getting ready to break out?
- Cacheflowe teams with Brer Rabbit for dubby goodness
- Leo Kottke, Shawn Colvin highlight Roots Fest
- Q&A with William Elliott Whitmore
- Q&A with Adele
- James Han's solo sortie
- Cephalic Carnage dates with Mayhem
- DeVotchKa announces spring tour dates
- Fresh Breath Committee on MySpace
Wednesday, January 21, 2009
- Another great Denver band hits the rocks
- Win tix to see A Place to Bury Strangers
- Rebecca Folsom on cover of Women's Magazine
- The Fluid at Maxwell's in Hoboken, New Jersey
- The Dead announces Denver date
- Update: Jim Dalton due at inauguration party
- Wiretap documentary tells story of jailed Colorado hip-hop producer
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Tuesday, January 20, 2009
- 3OH!3 gets key to the city
- Flier of the week: Farewell Bush Bash at Walnut Room
- Dent offers sneak peak of new album
- Jay-Z sadly missing from inaugural soundtrack
- (hed) p.e.'s New World Orphans tops Independent Records' top sellers
- Derek Trucks Band tops Twist & Shout's top sellers
- Jesse Manley is ready for his close-up
- Harpoontang at Lion's Lair
- The Killers and M83 at Magness Arena
Monday, January 19, 2009