EOTO @ THE FILLMORE AUDITORIUM | 12/8/12 "Just so you all know,we are EOTO, and we play live," declared Michael Travis, the act's keyboardist and multi-instrumentalist. "There are no backing tracks." Once he got that handy bit of information out of the way, he then made sure to note that Alex and A ... More >>
Big news on the concert front this week: Furthur, always a local favorite, returns for a series of dates in Colorado, one at the Ogden, followed by three back-to-back nights at 1STBANK Center. Equally as big is word of a 420 show at Red Rocks featuring Cypress Hill, Slightly Stoopid and Tribal Seeds ... More >>
Patrick Dethlefs (due Friday, June 8, at Swallow Hill's Daniels Hall) has been building his name as a songwriter of note for the last few years. His debut album Stays the Same is credited to "Patrick Dethlefs & Friends," which is a testament to Dethlefs's unassuming persona and humility, not only wi ... More >>
Ron Asheton, the mega-influential guitarist with the Stooges, died yesterday at age 60 in Ann Arbor, Michigan. It's sad news, but at least Asheton was able to experience some much deserved acclaim in his last few years, when the surviving Stooges reunited for a new album, entitled The Weirdness, and ... More >>
From the week of 9/20/2007
This week's profile of the Stooges describes original guitarist Ron Asheton as "voluble," and that's an enormous understatement. He's clearly enjoying the opportunity to talk about his life and career after all these years, and he's got plenty of stories to tell. In the extensive Q&A below, he talks ... More >>
New Found Glory garners positive press for its newfound positivity.
Fall Out of Line (Fivecore)
This local label boosts Denver's national image.
Thursday, January 12, 15th Street Tavern, 303-572-0822.
From the week of September 1, 2005
From the week of November 18, 2004
When it comes to musical stagnation, Laymen Terms pleads innocent.
A Fire Inside burns through the smog.
Any way you want it: The Czars create some Spanish magic on a whirlwind tour of the Old Country.
The members of Sparta leave At the Drive-In, expectations and a so-called hiatus behind.
Backbeat writers revisit their favorite albums of the year.
Unlike their more commercial pop-punk counterparts, the Gamits are most interested in good old-fashioned rocking.