'Tis the season for giving - the time of year for fa-la-la-ing, mistletoe-ing and all the other festivities Bing and Nat sing about. But let's be honest: Decking the halls and making merry can be downright exhausting. So in betwixt the tree trimming and holiday caroling, why not give yourself a litt ... More >>
Dave Parrish joins DJ Nutmeg this Friday for Musik1st's monthly night at Funky Buddha Lounge. For nearly fifteen years, Parrish has been one of Colorado's top techno DJs, and Nutmeg isn't exactly wet-behind-the-ears, either. The two scene vets playing together should make for an exciting nig ... More >>
Did you know Denver's a great techno town? Okay, Colorado in general, since a fair bit of our talent is in Boulder and/or small mountain towns -- damn techno producer recluses and/or hippie freaks. Anyway, the point stands. While we may never rival the eight-hundred-pound gorillas of techno l ... More >>
Every Friday we spotlight the hottest cats (and kittens) behind the decks in the MHC, grilling them to gain some insight on what it takes, exactly, to get the party rocking, to find out about their most treasured crate digging experiences and what they really think when we stumble up to the ... More >>
If you need a set of playful yet sexy techno, you could do a lot worse than calling upon the services of Les Freres Courvioiser, a faux-French duo with a penchant for spicing up their sets with ridiculous costumes and general hijinx. In the course of putting together this week's Scratching th ... More >>
It's rare to see a flier for a dance-music event that's this elegant and understated. Fliers for what used to be called raves relied heavily on abstract CGI imagery, eye-scorching color schemes and faux-clever drug/pop culture references to grab one's attention. None of that is on display her ... More >>
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