Photo: Jef OtteGit SomeFriday, February 27Hot Topic, 16th Street MallBetter than: Going to Hot Topic for any other conceivable reason.I was there at the intersection Friday night where aggressively unwashed punk rock and its pre-torn-jeans-wearing, sterile imposter collided, and it was weird. Git So ... More >>
What does your jukebox selection say about you?
Friday, January 26, Marquis Theater, 1-866-468-7621.
What happens in Vegas doesn’t stay in Vegas.
Joe Queer doesn't like the look of punk these days.
Thursday, August 3, Gothic Theatre, 1-866-468-7621.
The Bronx fights physics.
A few matchmaking suggestions for the also-rans.
Dieselhed's Virgil Shaw's on his own these days, and happier than ever.
Disney's gymnastics routine can't stick its landing.
Tuesday, January 24, Bluebird Theater, 303-322-2308; Wednesday, January 25, Aggie Theatre, Fort Collins, 1-970-482-8300.
Thursday, December 1, Bluebird Theater, 303-322-2308.
Saturday, November 5, Macky Auditorium, Boulder, 303-492-8423.
Friday, October 21, Larimer Lounge, 303-291-1007.
The Symptoms' frantic, fuel-injected sound is kicking into high gear.
D.biddle's folk-style hush belies its hardcore pedigree.
With new blood and primeval force, High on Fire has forged a metal masterpiece.
Joan of Arc, Dick Cheney, Mark Twain... (Polyvinyl)
On the Front Line (Side One Dummy)
War is hell, but for the Bronx, so is rock and roll.
Planes Mistaken for Stars brings the noise to Plea for Peace.
When it comes to the power and passion of punk rock, there's no substitute for Stuntdoubles.
Henry Rollins takes no prisoners, wants no sympathy and gives good quote.
Pop-punk prototype Pinhead Circus calls it quits after ten years in the ring.
Former SST producer Spot brings underground Celtic sounds into the light.
This week's concert pick: Bad Brains
Fort Collins's Tanger moves to the front line of innovative punk.
The northern Colorado punk scene gets a boost from Wretch Like Me.
Henry Rollins takes on all comers.
D Generation aims to teach these young punks a thing or two.
The Descendents live to punk again.
THANKS TO JEFF TWEEDY AND WILCO, YOU DON'T HAVE TO BE EMBARRASSED TO LIKE COUNTRY ROCK ANYMORE.
EX-BLACK FLAG GUITARIST GREG GINN STILL KNOWS HOW TO DEAL WITH PUNKS.
THERE'S PLENTY OF FIRE IN THE FLAMING LIPS.