Next month, the members of Wanker will be celebrating their 25th anniversary. But not only is it the anniversary of the band, it's also the anniversary of the band being on the cover of this here fishwrap. While Wanker went on to earn nods from our paper as Best Band in 1988 and Best Band to Watch i ... More >>
Remember back in August when we told you about the new band that Bobby Smith, Bob Rupp, Chris Cheiffo and Jeff Black formed called Sleazy, Loud, Ultra-Trashy -- S.L.U.T. for short? Well, let's just say suspicions confirmed. The outfit's moniker is also a fairly apt description of the collecti ... More >>
Bobby Smith of the Mighty 18 Wheeler that a new band is afoot. S.L.U.T., as the new outfit has been dubbed, features Smith and his TM18W bandmate, Bob Rupp, a scene veteran who has played with too many bands to mention, Chris Cheiffo of Dirt Poor Kings, and back from being a face on a milk cartoon, ... More >>
There's been quite a bit of movement in the local scene over the past month or so. We've caught wind of some personnel changes and a few new band to let you know about. In vaguely related Speakeasy Tiger news, Kyle Simmons, who previously fronted that band, has parted ways with her latest band, Boys ... More >>
Ten Cent Redemption finds joy in making music without expectations.
The Total Wanker (Self-released)
The Westword Music Showcase Awards wrap-up.
From the week of October 2, 2003
Denver's legendary skinsman heads off into the sunrise.
The lowdown on the Music Showcase awards.
Acoustic Carnival gets ready to take its first spin through the Front Range.
Newly partnered with one of rockabilly's institutions, Paul Galaxy and the Galactix are ready to launch.
Noise Tent Records has readied another barnyard-inspired compilation of Denver bands.