Monolith Festival, the orgy of indie at Red Rocks on September 13 and 14 2008, was a hipster's paradise: a flood of neon, flannel, and jeans skinny enough to choke out a cat. For a sense of what you'd be wearing if you were 16 and obsessed with Cut Copy, behold some of the Most Hipster-y...
Day 2 of Monolith Festival, Red Rocks' tribute to all things indie on September 13-14 2008, is in the books. Read our Monolith Day 2 live blog here. See photos of the Day 1 and Day 2 bands at westword.com/slideshow. And click through here for photos of the fans from Day 2.
Red Rocks teemed with indie-rock goodness on Sunday, September 14, for Day 2 of Monolith Festival, starring Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings, Band of Horses, TV on the Radio, Justice, and more. Read our Monolith Live Blog on Backbeat, and work through the photos for shots of the bands in action....
One of rock's best lineups descended on one if its best venues, Red Rocks, on Saturday, September 13, for the second annual Monolith Festival, starring DeVotcKa, Silversun Pickups, Vampire Weekend, Cut Copy, and more. Read our Monolith live blog, and see photos of the Day One bands in action here.
Music fans invaded Red Rocks on Saturday, September 13, for the second annual Monolith Festival, starring DeVotcKa, Silversun Pickups, Vampire Weekend, Cut Copy, and more. Read our Monolith live blog, and see photos of the fans from Day One here. Oh, and just a head's up: neon is back.
With Monolith Festival, and one of the year's top lineups, headed to Red Rocks this weekend, we can't help dream of a live recording of the fest's top acts. Red Rocks, after all, has been a popular place to record albums over the years. Here are 14 of the most (and least) memorable.
Denver's roller derby queens, the Rocky Mountain Roller Girls, went skate to skate with the Windy City Rollers on Saturday, September 6, 2008, and Westword was there. Catch a photographic elbow to the pancreas with photos by Jamie Secrest.
Local artists, designers, and musicians gathered Saturday, September 6, 2008, at Bender's Tavern to celebrate the new label of local designer Jonathan Applegate, who designs and makes his own screen-printed T-shirts under the name Broken Perception.