Laetitia Sadier was the charismatic singer of the influential and experimental Stereolab, a band she started with guitarist Tim Gane after a short stint in the political post-punk band McCarthy in the late '80s. Combining krautrock drones and hypnotic rhythms with a lounge-jazz sensibility and a wil ... More >>
At risk of alienating and outraging vast swaths of music fans, there's really no polite way of referring to bands with a career spanning fifteen years plus as a whole. So here are ten "oldster" bands -- written by a self-proclaimed oldster -- to keep making great records long after their hips ... More >>
A Place to Bury Strangers The Big Pink • A Place to Bury Strangers • lo Echo • Boyhollow 04.11.10 | Bluebird Theater Boyhollow opened the show and set the stage for the rock bands that followed with a selection of songs that included some of the latter day melodic post-punk bands. He ... More >>
Thursday, March 9, Gothic Theatre, 303-788-0984.
A Few Steps More (Too Pure)
At long last, Edith Frost is done chilling out.
Chicago's Brokeback takes some of the noise out of Illinois.
(V2 Music, Ltd.)
Cobra and Phases Group Play Voltage in the Milky Night
Blasting off with Jan St. Werner of Mouse on Mars.
The biggest musical winners from 1996.
Laetitia Sadier on Stereolab's experiments in sound.