#88: Mark SinkMark Sink's pedigree as a fine art photographer and arts mover in Denver goes way back, more than thirty years. And its roots sink even deeper: His great-grandfather James L. Breese founded the Camera Club of NY and before that, Breese's uncle, Samuel Finley Breese Morse, not only inve ... More >>
Greencarpetedstairs (due tonight at Rhinoceropolis) is the hip-hop/experimental electronic/IDM project of Neil Ewing. He was part of the loose cadre students that attended Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design in the first half of the last decade that were at the core of the scene around Rhinocer ... More >>
This babe has her eyes set on the FireMANcer.When you're talking about the "biggest, greatest, most poppin' ass art party of the year," you know there's going to be a lot of stuff going on -- almost too much stuff. But not really. That would be ridiculous. Don't be ridiculous.
Because you do ... More >>
Denver Does Denver sounds more salacious than it is -- though we're sure there's a sexualized metaphor in there somewhere that was intended. If you haven't heard about it, Denver Does Denver, slated to take place tomorrow night at the Meadowlark, is a rad little show put together by the fine peeps a ... More >>
Warren BedellA native of Santa Fe, New Mexico, Travis Egedy, who performs under the
name Pictureplane, has been rapidly gaining the attention of popular
underground bands from around the country for the last few years, most
notably HEALTH who took Pictureplane on a national tour in March 2009.
HE ... More >>