When filmmaker Larry Wessel started working on ICONOCLAST, he didn't know it was going to turn into a six-year filming project. But then again, his subject, Boyd Rice, has been a wild and curious abstraction of a performer, whose work in music with the NON was a forerunner in noise and indust ... More >>
Mark HolthusenDavid Eugene Edwards Wovenhand (due at The Marquis Theater tomorrow night with Git Some) is the current musical project of David Eugene Edwards. In his early bands, Bloodflower and The Denver Gentlemen, Edwards was developing an aesthetic that some consider synonymous with all ... More >>
Few bands in the annals of underground music in Denver have garnered as much notoriety as Warlock Pinchers. Beginning in 1987, the Pinchers made a name for themselves early on as a charmingly obnoxious outfit of musical pranksters whose legacy of creative mischief is as memorable as its shows ... More >>
Rick Kulwicki was half of the two-guitar attack that drove the Fluid, whose June 20 reunion takes place at the Bluebird Theater (click here and here for more information). He's also an entertaining conversationalist, and his alternately witty and incisive commentary lights up the hefty Q&A that foll ... More >>
Long Gone Lads, this trios long-awaited album, is a painstaking work of art.
What began as a solo project has evolved into a thing of beauty.
Heartache still produces some of the finest art.
Backbeat scribes weigh in on their favorite new releases from the past year.
Live From Ebbets Field brings classic concerts back to life.
Homeward bound, Slim Cessna keeps sin alive in a new project.
The skies opened up on the Westword Music Showcase. But the bands played on.
DeVotchKa's cultural collisions make for fascinating art.
Pinhead Cirus is one of many local bands with new music.
The Kalamath Brothers' progeny is a dark country concoction.