Marilyn Manson, even more than one of his inspirations, Alice Cooper, has become a lightning rod of controversy for his provocative lyrics and visual style. The guy had an album called Antichrist Superstar, after all, and he's been fairly open about his drug use, what more conservative members of so ... More >>
By the summer of 1966, the Beatles sucked. Or at least that's the way they felt for the band. "Performance, for us, it's gone downhill," Paul McCartney said of his band at the time. "Because we can't develop if no one can hear us; so for us to perform...it gets difficult each time." The pressures of ... More >>
Titwrench 2010 Friday, July 9 - Sunday July 11, 2010 | Glob | Denver Over the course of one weekend, Titwrench 2010 brought together artists and people of all stripes from around the country and attracted a wider than usual swath of the local community. On Saturday afternoon, there were worksho ... More >>
The younger Dave Grohl. Prior to seeing (and being knocked out by) the Foo Fighters during their September 8 Red Rocks show, I'd only seen the band once: back in 1995, during its first-ever Denver appearance. It'd only been a year or so since the suicide of Grohl's old boss, Nirvana leader Kurt Co ... More >>
Matt Bellinger left Planes Mistaken for Stars to follow his heart in Ghost Buffalo.
Hamell on Trial trades electric guitar for an abrasive brand of acoustic punk.
Old Time Relijun puts a new spin on ancient sounds.
Art and politics mix it up in the season opener at Denver's MCA.
Rufus Wainwright thinks the world could use a little romance right now.
Julian Lennon returns to music with a new album and new light to shed on his famous father.
Sleater-Kinney is a critic's favorite that makes music you might actually enjoy.
How John Sinclair went from being a White Panther to a blues scholar.
DON'T LOOK FOR MEANING IN THE DEATH OF NIRVANA'S KURT COBAIN.