Adam CantorApples in Stereo: Memba them? What are we saying? Of course you do. Only one of the most righteous bands to ever come out of this square state. Despite the fact that Robert Schneider broke countless hearts around here when he moved (most of) the operation out of state, the Apples ... More >>
Monday, October 19, Larimer Lounge, 303-291-1007.
Pissed Jeans nabbed the top slot at Wax Trax for the third week in a row while Pictureplane's Dark Rift moved up to the second slot from the seventh spot last week. The Fine Print, Drive-By Truckers new collection of oddities and rarites, debuted at number three, Apples in Stereo's #1 Hits Explos ... More >>
Why give anything an earnest listen, when you can make snap judgments? Raheem DeVaughn Love Behind the Melody Zomba Records 01:00-01:45 of “Customer” I had to stare at the cover of this record for a few minutes before I realized that it wasn’t called, “Love From Behind.” I’m not sure w ... More >>
Portugal. The Man Church Mouth (Fearless) There's no denying that John Gourley and his two musical pals take themselves mighty seriously. Fortunately, they manage to merge artsiness with whimsy, cheek and good beats. The likes of "Sugar Cinammon," "Oh Lord" and the title track are herky-jerky alter ... More >>
Sunday, February 11, Twist & Shout, 303-722-1943.
The best end-to-end albums from a single-driven year.
Since 2005 has hit the bricks, here's the final word on last year's finest discs.
Ten of the best from Nashville and elsewhere.
Ten albums that will snap and fizz in your earbuds all winter long.
Searching for gems in the flood of seasonal discs.
HorrorPops|Doomriders|Greg Osby|Messer Chups|The Kingsbury Manx|The Posies|Rihanna
Tuesday, April 5, Lion's Lair, 303-320-9200.
A guide to new holiday discs, from surprise presents to Tannen-bombs.
Jason Ringenberg embraces his title as alt country's architect.
Backbeat writers revisit their favorite albums of the year.