A weird mix of Confessions of a Dangerous Mind and The Tonight Show, the Denver-centric variety show Late Night Denver has a bit of an intentionally awkward, surrealistic vibe. But that just adds a bizarre classiness to a program that, in another era, would merely have been a well-produced cable-access show. Hosted by John Rumley, of Urban Leash and Slim Cessna's Auto Club fame, and Heather Dalton, familiar from her stints on Teletunes and in the punk band the Pin Downs, this long-overdue show includes interviews with local underground music celebrities like Richard Groskopf (Boss 302, The Agency), Lisa Cook (The Emmas) and Magic Cyclops. The connecting sketches are as irreverently and darkly self-effacing as an inside joke. Visually rich, smart and clever without being smug, this series is an affectionate peek into Denver's underground music scene.