â€‹After five months of tracking at their home studio, the Still City guys recently finished their new full-length, titled We Will Explain Everything. A fine progression from past efforts, the eleven-track album, which was mixed and mastered by Andrew Vastola (Hearts of Palm, the Swayback, Born in t ... More >>
Black Mountain Studiosâ€‹Hearts of Palm started out in the winter of 2006 as a pop song writing collaboration between former Roper and Black Black Ocean guitarist Stephen Till and longtime friend Nathan McGarvey. Within the following year, the project expanded to eight plus members and the band's so ... More >>
I was very excited to receive an instant message yesterday from Adam Lancaster, of Morning After Records, announcing his return to live performance. Adherents of the Denver music scene will remember that Lancaster fronted his own loud, energetic, melodic rock band, Curious Yellow, unt ... More >>
Long Gone Lads, this trios long-awaited album, is a painstaking work of art.
The Swaybacks new platter, Long Gone Lads, has all the makings of a career-defining record.
Hearts of Palm. That's the new name being batted around by the members of Nathan & Stephen. Ran into Nathan McGarvey, who was tending bar on Friday night at the hi-dive, and he confirmed the less than ten minute-old rumor I had just heard on my way into the dive to catch Roger Green's set.
Some quick newsy and observational items culled from a weekend out on the town: Friday night, dbiddle turned in another beautifully shambolic performance at the hi-dive. Even minus the Dia de los Muertos-esque face paint the group sported a few weeks back on the same stage (see clip above filmed by ... More >>
Nathaniel Rateliff’s singer-songwriter alter ego takes cues from a darker muse.
This year’s Showcase was quite the earful.
This local label boosts Denver's national image.
Chris Cory ponders a career change while he still has an ear for music.
The Photo Atlas prepares to dance its way across the country.