THE HOWLING HEX @ HI-DIVE | 9/5/13 Neil Michael Hagerty didn't do too much physical emoting last night at the hi-dive, nor did the rest of the Howling Hex. But Hagerty projected his voice evocatively in an almost cartoonish fashion that matched his unusual guitar tones. Maybe he just EQ'd the sounds ... More >>
CRIME AND THE CITY SOLUTION @ ORIENTAL THEATER | 10/18/12 From the beginning of its set, Crime and the City Solution created an intimate, sensory immersive environment with a flood of atmospheric sounds built from what seemed like Persian music. The instruments interacted with each other as though ... More >>
See Also: - Myke Charles has talent and charisma to spare - SP Double has come a long way, and it shows - Q&A with Ivan Moody of Five Finger Death Punch - Q&A with Joe Queer of the Queers Welcome to the weekend! You've worked hard, and now it's time to treat yourself to some live music. Good news: ... More >>
Eric Allen (l) enjoys a good smothered burrito now and then.Like all good rockers, Eric Allen enjoys a big fat burrito now and then. We caught up with the Denver-based Apples in Stereo bassist recently and asked him where he last ate out in the city. It's not where you might think. While i ... More >>
The Apples in Stereo still list Denver as their home on their MySpace page. And you know what? We're totally cool with that. For one, it's kind of true: Eric Allen and John Hill still live here -- the former, in fact, name check Paper Bird in a recent interview as the next act to break out of here. ... More >>
The year's best local music becomes the soundtrack of our lives.
Saxophonist Wally Shoup blasts new life into free jazz.
Composer Michael Serviolo rides the loopy bandwidth of his own Elan-gated invention.
Von Hemmling's Jim McIntyre is at home with the Elephant Six family. Literally.
1 night, 5 bucks, 7 venues, 39 bands Sunday, September 22 6 P.M.-1A.M. in LoDo
Who is Ralph Gean, and why is he the latest hero of Denver's musical underground?