TUES | MANOWAR at OGDEN THEATRE | 2/18/14 Manowar is powered by lyrics crowned in fantasy-flamed swords, armor, and everything having to do with metal warfare clashing into Norse mythology. Eric Adams's powerful vocals are steeped in wordy wizardry that really drives home the aggressive themes. "Man ... More >>
Only in Dreams
Welcome to the weekend, amigos! We made it, and we've got another fine weekend of tunes to look forward to. From hip-hop and bluegrass to indie rock and southern rock, there's a variety of options, both local and national, to choose from. We've got all of the shows happening on the Front Range over ... More >>
The Wonderful Evils/Last Eyes (split)
Baroness (due tomorrow night at the Ogden Theatre) is a band from Savannah, Georgia, known for making a true alloy of psychedelic metal, the precision of prog, and punk attitude. In that way, they're musical kin to bands like Kylesa and Mastodon. With the release of its debut full-length, 2007's Red ... More >>
Stephen Malkmus and the Jicks (due tomorrow night at the Fox Theater in Boulder) formed after Malkmus's influential band, Pavement, went on indefinite hiatus at the end of the '90s. Initially, it was something of a solo project, but Malkmus ended up recruiting his friend John Moen, as well as Joanne ... More >>
Are you ready? This is a weekend to remember. Tonight for the first time ever, the famed Red Rocks Amphitheatre will add to its renown by hosting the first ever wintertime concert with Icelantic's Winter on the Rocks with Atmosphere, Common, Grieves and Budo and Get Cryphy. And that's just the tip o ... More >>
Photo courtesy Jan Martin Leo Kottke (due tonight at the Boulder Theater) is a legendary and beloved master of finger picking guitar and a gifted raconteur. He got his start with John Fahey's Takoma Records in the late '60s, and he's been releasing noteworthy albums of some of the most inventive an ... More >>
Hide & Seek
Monday, July 21, hi-dive, 720-570-4500.
A thing of beauty is a joy forever.
Fast reviews of recent releases
The Lone Wolves of 2005
The rest of the planet generated some good CDs this year, too.
Once frozen in doubt and expectation, Cave In digs out and moves forward.
What Would This Be For (Self-released)
The Court and Spark unearths country rock's past to find its future.
From punk to folk, poetry to prose, Patrick Porter is a voice of unease.
Screamin' and Hollerin' the Blues (Revenant)
Unwrapping our annual roundup of musical season's greetings -- and beatings.
Trish Murphy, John Fahey, Pavement, Matthew Shipp Duo
GUITARIST LEO KOTTKE COMES TO BOULDER TO PERFORM HIS NEXT ALBUM.
THE MOST MEMORABLE ALBUMS OF 1994.