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6 years ago by Ryan Foley
During the last decade, few artists burst onto the music scene as fully formed as Interpol. Turn on the Bright Lights, from 2002, was deeply devoted to post-punk and new-wave antecedents, yet it was authentic enough in execution to render it wholly singular and visionary. Similarly, the New York foursome's...

Before Interpol, Sam Fogarino Had Stopped "Trying So Hard"

8 months ago by Tom Murphy
Sam Fogarino will be the guest DJ at Lipgloss at Bar Standard this Friday, January 29. Fogarino is perhaps best known for being the drummer of Interpol, arguably the most popular of the bands out of the “post-punk revival” of the late '90s and early 2000s. The band's debut full-length, Turn...

Judas Priest, Interpol, Macy Gray shows on sale this weekend

2 years ago by Jon Solomon
In support of its seventeenth album, Redeemer of Souls, released July 8, the legendary Judas Priest brings its fall North American tour to the 1ST Bank Center on Wednesday, November 19 with Steel Panther opening. General admission and reserved tickets ($45 to $65) go on sale on Friday, July 18...

!!! on Its Stereolab Cover Band and Hiring Crystal the Monkey

10 months ago by Tom Murphy
!!! (aka ChkChkChk, if one is trying to do an Internet search) performs today, Monday, December 14, at Larimer Lounge with DJ Trundle and a Stereolab cover band called Stereolad composed entirely of members of !!!. !!! came together in 1996 in Sacramento, California, after two earlier bands, the noisy,...

He Rocked That Mother to the Max: Tragically, Prince’s Best Film Is Not Commercially Available

5 months ago by Alan Scherstuhl
In '81 he accessorized his trench coat with high heels and bikini briefs. In '84 that coat got dandified, high-collared and famously purple, Edwardian formalwear over a frilled tuxedo shirt over that wicked slick of chest hair. It was the get-up of a perv or a president, a look that...

I Want My Favorite Band to Break Up

1 year ago by Isa Jones
My top five favorite bands are the Strokes, Death Cab For Cutie, Neutral Milk Hotel, Stars and the Clash, in that order. Don’t try to argue with me, it’s a fact — one of the few things in life I know to be true. Purchasing Is This It at the...

Interpol at the Ogden Theatre, 10/25/2010

6 years ago by Bree Davies
INTERPOL With White Rabbits 10.25.10 | Ogden Theatre, Denver, CO Colorado went from summer to winter in one momentary movement yesterday (complete with a rainbow early in the day), and, as usual, that season other states call "fall" was skipped altogether. Interpol's show at the Ogden Theatre couldn't have been...

Ex-Royal Trux Neil Michael Hagerty Is Ready to Bring Denver — and the Howling Hex — to the World

6 months ago by Jason Heller
“I want everything to be a little more laid-back,” says Neil Michael Hagerty, singer/guitarist with the Howling Hex. It’s a sunny April day in Colorado, and, tall and lean, he’s sporting a pastel tank top; his long brown hair is touched with gray at the sideburns. His drummer, Eric Van...

Kevin Haskins of Bauhaus on Meeting David Bowie

6 months ago by Tom Murphy
Kevin Haskins was still his teens in 1978 when he became a founding member of post-punk band Bauhaus. Along with his brother and bassist David, guitarist Daniel Ash and singer Peter Murphy, Bauhaus brought together ideas from punk, glam rock and the avant-garde and created a brooding yet dynamic and...

Male Blonding Puts the Pun in Post-Punk

9 months ago by Tom Murphy
When you think about Boulder, do you think about modern post-punk? Probably not. But in 2013, the four members of Male Blonding got together in drummer Andrew Bair's house bedroom—with no specific agenda in mind—and that's what they made. That day they wrote “Still Parts,” a song that appeared on the...


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