John Dwyer is a pioneer. He forged his way through the wilderness of the West so we could drive across it years later with ease. We may not think of him as we careen down I-70, but his footprints are there. We couldn't have done it without him. That may be a bold title to bestow an aging punk with ... More >>
THEE OH SEES @ THE GOTHIC | 9.13.12 Since playing Rhinoceropolis in 2007, Thee Oh Sees have progressively worked their way through the daisy chain of Denver venues from Bender's Tavern to Moe's Original BBQ. Last night, the San Francisco band headlined the Gothic and blasted everyone with an infect ... More >>
Guitars, you say? Oh, we've got guitars, friend. Big ones, loud ones, twangy ones, whatever your flavor, and all being played by people pushing their amps into overdrive with passion. If you feel like indulging your inner rocker this week, let's just say you will have no problem finding places of wo ... More >>
Sarah CassLet's face it: Any band with John Dwyer in it will probably rule. His latest -- and one of his best projects -- Thee Oh Sees, is a grimy four-piece that eats the lo-fi garage rock label and spits it out in the best, trashiest and reverb-heaviest way possible.
Wednesday, May 30, Rhinoceropolis, 303-641-9809.
Monday, May 30, Monkey Mania, 303-292-4370.
From the week of February 17, 2005