Alice Cooper is a shock rock pioneer that's influenced countless artists with his on stage horror movie imagery and antics, which included hangings and beheadings by guillotine. Theatrics aside, Cooper (aka Vincent Furnier) is also a talented songwriter. Hits like "I'm Eighteen," "School's Out" and ... More >>
Ah, animals humping stuff. Other than people falling down, this might be our favorite genre of YouTube clip at the moment. Today, under its "cute as balls" video section. Videogum shared with the world this masterpiece of time-wasting -- the simple pairing of Cali Swag District's "Teach Me How To Do ... More >>
While we always suspected that you could really cut a rug to 3OH!3's music -- especially "My First Kiss," the first single from the outfit's new album, Streets of Gold, and the video of which also earned the outfit another MTV VMA nomination earlier this week -- now we have proof, thanks to Kent B ... More >>
If you haven't seen the 1959 film On The Beach, you might want to tune out now before we spoil anything. It's a post-apocalyptic emotion-drain that chronicles the last days of humanity in a painstakingly slow manner -- which is to say it's a bit slow in the hips but fast in the brain. Anyw ... More >>
From the week of November 3, 2005
Savion Glover, Bring in 'Da Noise, Bring in 'Da Funk, Denver Center Attractions
Dark undertones cloud the satiric musical froth of Urinetown.
42nd Street is an amusing stroll down old Broadway.
Savion Glover taps out the history of African-Americans.
A guide to new holiday discs, from surprise presents to Tannen-bombs.
Germinal's humorous Greek Treats melds the mythical and the mundane.
Legendary drummer Roy Haynes sings Bird's praises while creating his own legend.
Jazz singer Nnenna Freelon has touched the “devil's music” with her own world-class style.
If Michael Jordan suits up again for the NBA, will that suit his fans?
Tap Jamboree 2001 showcases the footloose and fancy-free.
What women -- and men -- want is a better movie than this.
The only thing more boring than the surface of this Ford/Pfeiffer “thriller” is What Lies Beneath.
Part one of a pre-millennial salute to the music that made America sing.
Meet TARD, Denver's most politically incorrect punk band.
Welcome to the wonderful world of Cabaret Diosa.
DENVER'S LOUNGE LIZARDS WERE ALL DRESSED UP WITH NO PLACE TO GO. ENTER THE KIT KAT CLUB.LET'S DO LOUNGE SINATRA SONGS, COCKTAIL PARTY CLOTHES AND CHAT GALORE--THEY'LL DRINK TO THAT.
THE NEXT VOICE-OVER YOU HEAR MAY BE DICK TERRY.
The Velvet Underground, Big Star, Guru, The Drop Nineteens