Underground is hotter than ever! Slow Pain... Razakel... Komatose... Claas... Killa C... Lunacy 3:33... KidCrusher... Mars... and many more!— Violent J & 2 Dope (@icp) December 5, 2011 Sitting upstairs in what once was the projector room of the Roxy Theatre, Troll's in front of two desks ... More >>
In the wake of the showerless grunge exfoliation of the early '90s, a slew of post-grunge bands emerged with diluted ditties filled with watered-down lyrics, all seemingly revolving around suffering through romance. Based on the the endless stream of crap these bands churned out, these test tube bab ... More >>
BRIAN JONESTOWN MASSACRE @ BLUEBIRD THEATER | 05.08.12 If you decide to put all of your eggs in Anton Newcombe's basket, they're going to end up scrambled. The lead singer of early-'90s psychedelica group Brian Jonestown Massacre might be the group's longest-running member, but he also seems to be ... More >>
The Place: Colt & Gray, 1553 Platte Street, 303-477-1447 The Hours: Monday through Friday from 4:30 until 6:30 p.m. The Deals: $5 draft beer and specialty cocktails; $6 select wines by the glass; food specials range from $3 to $7. The Digs: The aura of Colt & Gray dances a fine line betwe ... More >>
Erick Schmuckal's crop is gone.On March 31, Erick Schmuckal was transported from a Broomfield courtroom to jail for violating probation -- by acting as a medical marijuana caregiver and patient, which he's licensed by the State of Colorado to do. Schmuckal was originally sentenced to 120 day ... More >>
Girls, Magic Kids, Smith Westerns Wednesday, February 10 Bluebird Theater Girls Christopher Owens has guided Girls through any number of seeming contradictions during their set at the Bluebird. Such as: taking the Beach Boys "Little Honda," borrowing a guitar line here and a bass line there ... More >>
Mark MangerEric Hines in the kitchen of The Kitchen.There are a few things that I like about Boulder and many that I don't. For example, it bothers me that Boulder exists where it does, snugged up tight against the base of the Flatirons, frantically humping the leg of a mountain range that wo ... More >>
The newest Potter film mines the depths of adolescent angst.
Hollywood pounces on 6-6-06 with a needless Omen revival.
From the week of April 27, 2006
The Boss is a legend to some and a laugh to others. To me, he's been both.
Swimclub 32 is buoyant, but sometimes just treading water.
Here's my prescription for starting the year in fine style.
Menopause The Musical provides some fluffy comedy about female changes.
The Kitchen puts the flat in the Flatirons.
Connie and Carla is based on a classic but ends up a drag.
Big Pharma explores the dependency on mood-altering drugs.
Bug’s The SantaLand Diaries has become a holiday treat.
Roy's Cherry Creek is beginning to show its age.
Anyone trying to steal the spotlight from David Lee Roth is asking for an ass-kicking.
We brake for jerky, America's fastest-growing snack food.
The Unkindest Cut
Breaking from the mold of prefabricated punk, Hot Water Music dares to be smart.
Singer-songwriter Cheryl Wheeler enjoys a good joke. But her music demands serious consideration.
Rosanna Gamson's multimedia show examines the source of mental illness.
This young Hamlet is one for the ages.
Magnetic Fields frontman Stephin Merritt is loving every minute of a new three-disc set.
A new breed of country fan is taking a shine to Moonshine Willy.