It's a weekend of superlatives in Denver: The biggest reunion of the year (OutKast), the biggest drum set on the planet (Terry Bozzio), the king of Tex-Mex Guitar (Joe King Carrasco)...All great shows. There are more, including the annual Reggae on the Rocks and NedFest for the people who miss the o ... More >>
Filmage: The Story of Descendents/All (screenings are set for Friday, January 24 through Sunday, January 26 at 7th Circle Music Collective) is the documentary film about the beloved, pioneering pop punk band and its associated project All. Starting in the late '70s with drummer Bill Stevenson, Desce ... More >>
PURITY RING @ GOTHIC THEATRE | MON, 4/8/13 Purity Ring came together when Megan James and Corin Roddick started writing electronic songs together after having served as touring members of experimental pop band Born Gold. Rather than rushing to put out material, this duo has spent the last couple of ... More >>
Eric Gruneisen BAD RELIGION With Bouncing Souls • Off With Their Heads 11,12.10 | Fillmore Auditorium Yes, lead singer Greg Graffin was a little rounder, a lot balder and dressed like the college professor that he is, but his voice was still as crystal clear as ever. Last night's Bad Reli ... More >>
"William Elliott Whitmore Stretches the Definition of Hardcore," a profile in the January 22 edition of Westword, only scratches the surface of an enjoyable and revealing Q&A with this deep-voiced roots-and-folk purveyor, who shares more in common with punk rockers than just his record label. (He's ... More >>
New Maps of Hell
Cold as the Clay (Anti-)
Wednesday, April 5, Ogden Theatre, 303-830-2525.
Justin Pierre's brain never stops, even when his mouth can't keep up with it.
The Empire Strikes First (Epitaph)
Wiser with age, the Promise Ring challenges the expectations of fans -- and the derision of critics -- with a new album.
The Process of Belief (Epitaph)
The Latin-flavored Voodoo Glow Skulls speak the language of ska.
The members of Pennywise carry on in the wake of tragedy.
The Descendents live to punk again.
Punk godfather Wayne Kramer is keeping the legacy of the MC5 alive.
Bad Religion is pushing punk rock to the masses.