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Garbage, Wiz Khalifa and Every New Denver Concert Announcement

2 months ago by Westword Music
Megadeth brings its Dystopia World Tour to the 1STBANK Center on Saturday, October 1 with guests Amon Amarth, Metal Church and Havok. Tickets ($35-$50) go on sale on Friday, July 22 at 10 a.m.  Garbage, who released Strange Little Birds last month, headline the Fillmore Auditorium on Thursday, September 15 with Cigarettes...

Titus Andronicus: Rebels Against the Orthodoxy of Punk

4 months ago by Tom Murphy
When Titus Andronicus released its conceptually ambitious triple album The Most Lamentable Tragedy on July 28, 2015, it became a landmark of modern punk. It also marked singer Patrick Stickles' thirtieth birthday and came out the day of the end of a five-night run of sold-out shows at New York...

Taking Back Tuesday: Emo Revival Vs. Emo Nostalgia

6 months ago by Katie Moulton
It was Taking Back Tuesday, and I had nothing to wear. The Emo Night L.A. DJs brought another edition of their popular throwback party to the Marquis Theater last night, giving twenty- and thirty-somethings the chance to relive a very specific moment in recent music history — the third-wave emo-inflected...

Winner of the Book & Paper Fair best-author debate: James Joyce

6 years ago by Amber Taufen
Last week, we reported on the Rocky Mountain Book & Paper Fair's challenge panel, an attempt to name the best author of the 20th century, and decided to hold our own contest. Which was, sadly, pathetically attended. My link to the article on Facebook got more comments than the actual...

Tattered Cover owner Joyce Meskis talks about forty years of selling books

5 years ago by Jenny An
Steve Cogil opened the first Tattered Cover on the corner of East Second Avenue and Detroit Street in Cherry Creek in 1971. It was small -- less than a thousand square feet. Three years later, Joyce Meskis took the reins of the space. In the decades since, the Cherry Creek...

Please Like Me Is the Gay Comedy About Millennials and Mental Illness You Didn’t Know You Needed

11 months ago by Inkoo Kang
Twenty-year-old Josh's (Josh Thomas) world explodes twice in the Please Like Me pilot: first when he realizes he's gay, and again when his bipolar mother, Rose (Debra Lawrance), attempts suicide. Josh takes both revelations in stride, though he dreads having to explain to his mom, whom he'll be living with...

Belle & Sebastian's Stuart Murdoch on His Unusual Creative Development

1 year ago by Tom Murphy
For its first Denver show since 2004, veteran indie-pop group Belle & Sebastian will collaborate with the Colorado Symphony Orchestra for an expanded presentation of its signature storytelling style. It’s a songwriting method with creative roots in the years that bandleader Stuart Murdoch spent more or less bedridden due to...

"Major Tom Wilson," scamming schmuck, tries to con people into paying for missing jury duty

3 years ago by Westword
Plenty of douchebags spend their every waking hour coming up with new ways to separate the rest of us from our hard-earned lucre. But few of their schemes are as creative as the one developed by the pseudonymous "Major Tom Wilson," who came up with a way to ostensibly trick...

Tom Tancredo always takes credit for what he says, even the outrageous

Scott McInnis may be "in it to win it," but Tom Tancredo is in it to spin it. If the former congressman can figure out a way to get into the gubernatorial race alongside "Musings" McInnis and Dan Maes, the dark-horse candidate who was at his most popular when he...

Six Reasons to Always Stage-Dive

2 years ago by Drew Ailes
Montecruz Foto/FlickrRecently, extremely dangerous pop-punk band Joyce Manor ignited controversy among true rockers everywhere after its members stopped one of their fans from stage-diving on some small women. The band even later took to Facebook to condemn the practice. Although the move is likely motivated by positive intentions, this band...


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