G-Eazy is an up and coming rapper born in Oakland but based in New Orleans. The MC, who stands out thanks to his Dapper Dan appearance, gravely voice and self-made production, broke out somewhat thanks to his Endless Summer mixtape, which featured a remix of Dion's "Runaround Sue." His independently ... More >>
Exodus was founded in 1980 by a group of high school friends that included a pre-Metallica Kirk Hammett and Tom Hunting, the sole remaining original member of the act. The classic line-up also featured Paul Baloff on vocals and Gary Holt, who moved over to guitar when Kirk joined Metallica, just pri ... More >>
The arrest of Central City resident Mark Cappello for his role in a California bloodbath can serve as an example for those who consider marijuana a violence magnet, as well as folks convinced that legalization and regulation are the best way to get the criminal element out of the pot biz. Either way ... More >>
Welcome to the weekend! And, oh, fingers crossed, what a weekend this will be. The sun was orange and the sky was blue when we woke up this morning. We're taking that as an omen or something. That could just be the tequila shot from last night talking, though. Saw the first night of Trampled By Turt ... More >>
Thursday, January 10, Gothic Theatre, 303-788-0984; Friday, January 11, Fox Theatre, Boulder, 303-443-3399.
Maybe it's just because we're claustrophobic and get all sorts of anxious being pressed in by tight crowds, but the thought of being trampled seems more than a little unnerving, which is precisely why we always avoid Black Friday. But being trampled by turtles, on the other hand, well, now that just ... More >>
The latest edition of the Princeton Review's top colleges tome, released this week, is an irony bonanza for CU-Boulder. The school, which topped Playboy's party school list last year, and finished third in Daily Beast party school rankings two weeks ago, is entirely absent from the Princeton Review ... More >>
See Also: Tonight: Porter Robinson at the Boulder Theater Tomorrow: Porter Robinson at the Ogden Theatre Porter Robinson started making electronic music at the age of thirteen using Sony ACID Pro, but he didn't perform his music live in front of an audience until a handful of years later. Since th ... More >>
Christopher Titus cut his teeth in comedy clubs in the '80s after having an epiphany as a teenager when he fell into a bonfire. But it wasn't until the late '90s when Titus -- whose comedy focuses on his upbringing in a highly dysfunctional family -- that Titus began to get more widespread traction. ... More >>
It took everything we had not to start giggling uncontrollably.
After last summer's street-food shindigs wound down, there was some indication that the food truck parties -- at least the Justice League soirees, which were at the forefront of catapulting Denver's street-food scene to prominence -- might be grinding to a halt. "We haven't made any decision about w ... More >>
On the heels of rounding a list of the 20 Best New Bands of 2011 compiled by Paste Magazine, The Lumineers have announced plans to release their debut full-length on Dualtone Records, the imprint that's currently home to a half-dozen other artists including Brett Dennen and Guy Clark. While the self ... More >>
The sixth annual round of the USA Fellowship grants -- fifty awards of $50,000 each -- were announced last night in Los Angeles, and exactly one went to a Colorado artist: Michelle Ellsworth of Boulder, for her work in the field of dance. Ellsworth has an MFA in dance from the University of ... More >>
Courtesy of Adam RoseSublime's "Santeria" is playing over the speakers at Fallen Owl Tattoo when owner and artist Adam Rose introduces himself, his shop and his mission: "We're a solid old-school shop, and we have old-school values. We're very focused on the children." In the flier for the We ... More >>
Alan SudduthAs recounted in the April story "The Boy Who Wouldn't Tell," Alan Sudduth has spent more than half his 31 years behind bars for the 1995 killing of Denver cab driver Finley Bradshaw Myers, even though somebody else -- a friend named Nicholas Reed -- has confessed to the murder. La ... More >>
Cheryl Shuman.KushConII, December 17-19 at the Colorado Convention Center, has made news over its RTD bus ads, which have drawn protests from law-enforcement. But Cheryl Shuman, the event's international director of PR and media, would rather focus on the event itself, which she says takes me ... More >>
Jon SolomonThe Yard Dogs Road Show With Devil Makes Three 10.8.10 | Ogden Theatre View slideshow of the Yard Dogs at the Ogden Outside of the Ogden last night, there were a few punks sporting foot-high Mohawks and wearing studded leather jackets standing next to hippies and guys wearing in v ... More >>
On A Chorus of Storytellers, Album Leaf's mastermind/frontman Jimmy LaValle once again proves he isn't a spectacular wordsmith - like a derivative musician who needs to widen his exposure to sounds, LaValle's lyrics suggest he could benefit from studying poetry for a bit. Just the same, h ... More >>
This does not belong in your car. Ever. (See more such photos here). Despite the obvious enthusiasm for its legalization -- see today's rallies in Denver, Boulder, Santa Cruz and other hemp-friendly havens -- marijuana is still technically illegal. So it behooves us to consider that it might someti ... More >>
Ken Marino and Adam Scott of "Party Down." Starz, a cable network best known for screening films, is branching into producing series -- and one of the most promising, Party Down, premieres at 8:30 p.m. tonight. The show is about a hapless bunch of starving actors fronting as caterers as they wait f ... More >>
Wednesday, March 25, Walnut Room, 303-292-1700.
Skate punk kingpins, Frontside Five, recently profiled in Thasher magazine, has joined the roster of DC-Jam Records. The Missouri-based imprint, which is also home to legendary skate punks JFA and McRad, will release the band's upcoming full-length, Resurrection Cemetary, in early March, and to co ... More >>
This rappers been doing the walk of shame for so long, it feels like a marathon.
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From the week of July 13, 2006
Getting the skinny on Fatboy Slim.
If Nina has anything to say about it, this story will have a happy ending.
Sound Tribe Sector 9 is cheaper than therapy.
For rockabilly devotees the Haywoods, vintage sounds are crawling out of the woodwork.
P.S.1's changing course leaves some people wondering what direction the charter school is taking.
The members of Camper Van Beethoven are talking -- and touring -- again a decade after an acrimonious breakup.
While other downtown malls died, Boulder’s was a real success story. But then came the chains and other Block-busters.
San Francisco's Brendan McCarthy on his time in the Denver dance world.
Want to try Steve Goodman's postal job? There's nothing to it.
Once Gary Staab found his calling, the rest was pre-history.