HAVOK @ MARQUIS THEATER | FRI, 6/21/13 Hot on the heels of its European tour with Cephalic Carnage, Suffocation and Fallujah, Havok is preparing for the release its new album, Unnatural Selection, next Tuesday, June 25. The ten-track album, the band's fourth release overall and the followup to 2011' ... More >>
Update: This weekend, members of the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office deployed a Taser against a suicidal man now identified as Guy Guthrie, 55. He was armed, but only with a BB gun -- and died about an hour later. A JCSO spokesman defends the safety of Tasers even as he acknowledges that the outco ... More >>
A perennial favorite in Colorado, Lotus is making its way back to the Centennial state for a trio of shows at the Boulder Theater, while Crystal Castles is set to return for a date at the Gothic Theatre and Anthrax tops the Metal Alliance tour, a stacked bill at the Summit Music Hall this April that ... More >>
Josh Abbott (due at the Grizzly Rose this Friday, June 1) got his start playing country music while attending Texas Tech in Lubbock, spending his nights watching artists like Pat Green, Corey Morrow, Roger Creagor, Eli Young Band and Randy Rogers roll through the local country bar, the Blue Light. A ... More >>
With another Caffeine Music & Arts Festival in the books for 2012, take a look back at last night's parking lot scene outside the 1STBANK Center with the folks who traveled from far (Texas) and near (the Springs) for the all-night, annual party put on the Triad Dragons.
Tarantulas, Fireballs, and Doppelgängers - SWSX Day One: I had heard a story from a friend of mine about driving through west Texas in the pre-dawn hours. He recounted that after about nine hours on the road heading south from Denver, just before sunrise, he and his co-pilot encountered hundreds, m ... More >>
Big pic below.Update: We're getting more information about the arrest of Richard Paul Stewart, a person of interest in the slaying of his ex-wife, Norma Stewart, at the Edward Jones branch in Westminster. Granted, some of that info is a bit garbled. However, it's clear that Stewart is current ... More >>
Take to the Oars at the Blind Pig on Sixth Street Wednesday March 16 We left Denver on Tuesday at 6 p.m. and drove through the night, taking the most obscure didn't-they-film-children-of-the-corn-here route possible to get to Austin. We made the trek in just over sixteen hours and pulled int ... More >>
Congratulations, Denver: You have officially been swallowed up whole by the Matrix. Men's Health recently came out with its list of the country's most socially networked cities, and Denver, of all places, came in third. Do we get a prize for this? Like a new FarmVille animal or something?
You can find Brian Melton behind the bar at TAG.All the talk about "In the Weeds" inspired Brian Melton to send in this missive about the restaurant industry. It's our New Year's Eve gift for everyone in the business --and anyone out on the town tonight who benefits from exemplary workers in ... More >>
Texas isn't big enough to contain Jonathan Tyler and the Northern Lights. After signing with Atlantic records in 2008, the Dallas-based quintet quickly started making a name for itself across the country, touring with high-caliber acts like ZZ Top and the Black Crowes before releasing Pardon Me, i ... More >>
This news will probably come as no surprise to those who were paying attention last summer when HEALTH sang the praises of Pictureplane in Pitchfork: Travis Egedy, who makes music under the Pictureplane moniker, has been picked up by Lovepump United. The New York-based imprint, which has also issue ... More >>
This Friday night in Philadelphia, DeVotchKa is kicking off a fairly exhaustive eight week tour that will take the band across the country from New York to San Francisco to Austin -- not during South By Southwest, surprisingly -- back up through the midwest before culminating in Cleveland on Saturd ... More >>
Oh, how times have changed in the Denver radio market. Back in 2000, KXPK/96.5 FM, then known as the Peak, sold to Emmis Communications for $36 million -- a price tag that didn't seem outrageous at the time. Cut to December 2008, when CBS peddled three high-profile Denver FMs -- KWLI/92.5 FM (known ... More >>
Amadeus Harlan has spent his life playing everyone around him — but not as a Denver Bronco.
From the week of 12/28/2006
This feel-good football tale scores with charm and sincerity.
Taking the Long Way (Columbia)
Friday, September 2, Larimer Lounge, 303-291-1007.
Thursday, May 5, Bender's Tavern, 303-861-7070.
The Colorado Ballet tosses its tutus in a triple bill
Long shot Arapahoe Park seeks a place in the winner's circle.
In the Suds
Still seething, Speedealer stretches out and slows down -- a little.
Getting back together was a snap for the Flatlanders -- because they've seldom been apart.
A pair of striking solos at BMoCA display a broad range of styles.
Say goodbye, children
Harvesting a summer crop of local releases.
Alex Ross, painter of supermen and superwomen, makes it easy to believe in heroes.
Guitarist Shannon Curfman brings something new to the teen craze. It's called talent.
The Queens of the Stone Age find tipped-out serenity in their private desert oasis.
Dr. Tisha Dowe survived the aftermath of the Oklahoma City bombing. But can she survive Colorado Springs politics?
Jimmy LaFave upholds American musical tradition one song at a time.
Who keeps an eye on Colorado's car dealers? The dealers themselves.
For forty years, the La Paz 12 has called this card table home.
A jury blows away a fired Denver deputy gunning for a big settlement from taxpayers.
The city doggedly presses its case against a deputy dismissed after a shooting incident.