Known in the Denver music scene as a former guitarist of The Czars and record producer for Joe Sampson and Esme Patterson, Metro State University of Denver professor Roger Green will be teaching "Psychedelic Aesthetics, Literature, and the Crisis in Liberalism," a donation-based, seven-week course a ... More >>
Formed in Tampa -- the home of death metal -- in 1984, Morbid Angel (due Friday, November 22, at the Bluebird Theater) may not have put out the subgenre's founding document (an honor generally bestowed on Possessed's 1985 masterpiece, Seven Churches), but it can rightfully be considered one of its p ... More >>
Chicago is the city that most music fans probably associate with Ministry (due this Sunday, June 17, at the Ogden Theatre), and for good reason, as that's where the band got its start. Before moving to the Windy City, where the Wax Trax! label was headquartered, though, Ministry mastermind Al Jourge ... More >>
Portrait of the artist as a young man (and his lover as an old one) in Chris & Don.
The Mayananda is at your service
The Coral Room is an exotic addition to Stapleton.
Trumbo: Red, White & Blacklisted offers a timely, if timid, lesson.
Marilyn Manson resurrects the same ol' shtick.
Web radio's future is unlimited, but its present isn't pretty.
Dog in the Sand (What Are Records?)
The Westword Music Showcase CD is here just in time for Christmas.