Sub Pop's twentieth anniversary spurs this year's unlikeliest local band reunion.
What does your jukebox selection say about you?
The voice of a generation talks like a regular guy in About a Son.
Behold the world-class guitarist behind Acoustic Mayhem.
Reunited and it feels so good.
These jazzbos may cover Rush, but they’re no prog rock band.
Wednesday, October 25, Chielle, 303-722-1877.
From the week of September 28, 2006
Uphollow graduates from rock opera to pop opus.
Sunday, July 10, Boulder Theater, 303-786-7030; Monday, July 11, Fillmore Auditorium, 303-830-8497.
Sunday, May 22, Larimer Lounge, 303-291-1007.
Tuesday, April 12, Rock Island, 303-572-7625.
Under the Drone
With the Lights Out (Geffen)
Dogs get to stretch with doga.
For the Melvins' Buzz Osborne, grunge means never having to say you're sorry.
Of This Blood (Frenchkiss)
Killing Joke's ghoulish rock has the last laugh.
Road to Nirvana coldcocks Hollywood hustlers.
South Colorado is a war zone in the battle for wig dominance.
Maktub aims to prove that there's more to the Seattle sound than grunge.
From punk to folk, poetry to prose, Patrick Porter is a voice of unease.
Keeping hype to a dull roar, Eyes Adrift washes ashore with an all-star veteran lineup -- and plenty of scars.
Harlan Hendrickson wants to prove that '80s rock and roll is not noise pollution.
Seattle's Mudhoney sometimes wonders what all the fuzz was about.
El Toppo (Beggars Banquet)
Dire predictions for music in the Y2K.
Krist Novoselic has more to talk about than his days in Nirvana.
After a three-year hiatus, Sunny Day Real Estate is in business again.
Link Wray virtually invented modern-rock guitar. So why haven't you heard of him?
HOW LOUD IS THIS BAND? LOUD ENOUGH TO BE HEARD NATIONWIDE.
DON'T LOOK FOR MEANING IN THE DEATH OF NIRVANA'S KURT COBAIN.