You really don't have to celebrate Mother's Day like everyone else. Modern moms are an independent bunch, and they may not want to spend their big day knitting by the hearth or enjoying whatever stereotypical pastime they're supposed to prefer. Moms just aren't like that anymore. Following are five ... More >>
Shrat Field Recordings
When we last spoke with Corey Elbin -- the one-man orchestrator of the Mercury Cafe's weekly avant-garde food and music throw-down, Gorinto -- he was unsure of the fate of the unique get-together. After curating, cooking, booking and running Gorinto on his own for the better part of two years, Elbin ... More >>
Tom MurphyThe Don'ts and Be CarefulsTHE DON'TS AND BE CAREULS at the HI-DIVE | 9/9/11 The Don'ts and Be Carefuls did something at this "Triple EP Release" show that you just knew the band had in it but you might not expect to see: they fused the exuberance and innocence of its original sound ... More >>
Here what the area's local-centric specialty radio shows were spinning this week. We're currently tracking the playlists a number of different shows, including Radio 1190's long-running Local Shakedown, KTCL's Locals Only, the Colorado Sound, which originates at KRFC and is re-broadcast all over Col ... More >>
This Foolish Music
First Friday intersects with a brand-new season.
David Seiler's show riffs on carnivals, and a three-ring circus takes over the CVA.
Denver’s art community throws a love-in for Lauri Lynnxe Murphy.
The year's best local music becomes the soundtrack of our lives.
Composer Michael Serviolo rides the loopy bandwidth of his own Elan-gated invention.
Retro-fitted for pleasure, the Breezy Porticos keep pop alive.
During ski season, local promoters know there's gold in them thar hills.
If you're bringing something back, why not burlesque?
The music showcase came and went without the world blowing up.
Noise Tent Records has readied another barnyard-inspired compilation of Denver bands.
DeVotchKa's cultural collisions make for fascinating art.
A new CD captures local music in the raw.
Say goodbye to another Denver band.
Von Hemmling's Jim McIntyre is at home with the Elephant Six family. Literally.
The best twenty recordings to come out of Colorado in 1998.
Learning jazz from the ground up with the Perry Weissman 3.
The members of Albuquerque's Venus Diablo want to see the world--and the sooner the better.