Welcome back to the work week. How was the weekend? A bunch of great shows, eh? Icelantic's Winter on the Rocks with Macklemore, Eli Goulding at the Ogden Theatre, Brother Ali and Danny Brown at Cervantes' and Hot Water Music at Summit Music Hall. What did you catch? Bunch more shows this week, incl ... More >>
Tuesday, February 5, 1STBANK Center, 866-461-6556.
Wednesday, April 25, Bluebird Theater, 888-929-7849.
Sometimes we have to wonder if folks that program for Apple's App Store are hell-bent on wasting people's time. We spent an evening with as many artist-specific iPhone apps we could get our hands on and found a few amazing things, a few interesting things and a plethora of pure and total cr ... More >>
Shane MacGowan and his new set of choppers. Last month, The Sun reported that Shane MacGowan got himself a new pair of dentures to stop his face from "falling apart" after 35 years on the thrash. Sure, the dude's been known as a drunkard of the highest order, he's missed a few planes to gigs over th ... More >>
Bands in Denver are lucky. Getting gigs and building a fanbase locally are actually pretty easy. There's no shortage of small and midsized venues where a nascent group can cut its teeth, build the buzz and start to plot its graduation to theaters. But how do you get your music into th ... More >>
This just in, the Fray, who, as previously reported, will be premiering its new single, "You Found Me," tomorrow night on its website, after parts of the track appear in a promo for Lost that will air during Grey's Anatomy, will be pulling back the curtain on its new album live for the very first ... More >>
Just received an advance of KBCO's Studio C 20th Anniversary Edition. The 38-song two-disc set, celebrating two decades of in-studio performances, gathers tracks from a few of the usual suspects (Dave Matthews Band, Sheryl Crow), alongside some rare gems from the likes of Jeff Buckley, Dr. John an ... More >>
Fast reviews of recent releases
Snow Patrol climbs out from an avalanche of comparisons.
White men learned to dance, and the emoting was as thick as the eyeliner on the year's best pop-rock records.
Artist's Choice: Below the Radio (Ultra Records)
Y'all Get Scared Now, Ya Hear! ([PIAS] America)