Weird Turn Prose may be the name of Gene Davis's main band, but it's also a pretty fitting description for the music he's been making lately with a group called the Que Pastas -- well, not weird so much as unexpected. When Davis interned here a few years ago before moving on to the Denver Dai ... More >>
You may not have heard much about Selko, and there's a good reason for that. With the exception of some occasional tweets and the placement of his ninja stickers around town, he's kept a relatively low profile. Tomorrow night at Herman's Hideaway (with Yo, Flaco!, the Dendrites, Gamerlife a ... More >>
Last time we checked in with Neil McIntyre, he had just realized a dream of trading verses with Kurtis Blow, a bona fied hip-hop legend if there ever was one, on a Littleleague track called "Magic Words." Tomorrow night at Cleo Parker Robinson, McIntyre will be get to perform alongside the re ... More >>
Undoubtedly, the biggest news this week was word that Jim Dalton had been asked to join Roger Clyne and the Peacemakers, replacing his friend, departing guitarist Steve Larson. This was also the week that the Fray's new album hit stores, which made for a great photo opportunity for Locals Only host, ... More >>
It was all a dream. I used to read Word Up magazine... Right about now, Neil McIntyre can relate to the sentiments in the opening lines of "Juicy," as Biggie Smalls reflects on the framers/heroes that came before him. McIntyre, we just found out, traded verses with rap legend Kurtis Blow on a brand- ... More >>
LOCALS ONLY With Westword’s Music Showcase going down this weekend, let’s take a quick look at what the last five hip-hop winners have been up to the last five years: The Pirate Signal (Yonnas and DJ A-What) who won in 2007, has just released its new mixtape The PS Pt. II: Of Gods and Gangster ... More >>
Grown-up hip-hop has lost its luster for Neil McIntyre.
Yo, Flaco! says goodbye to Denver.
Feeling the love at the Westword Music Showcase Awards.
Be there or be square!
South by So What? Not this year, thanks to Vaux and other Denver bands.
In 2004, Mootown's best and brightest gave us something to write home about.
Amazing what can be done with two turntables and a microphone.
The Rock In' Freak Fest was all that -- and more.
Yo, Flaco! was recently named the best unsigned band in America. They couldn't be happier.