The Twittervese has become one of the most entertaining and insightful places to catch a glimpse inside the lives of some of the most outspoken members of our local music community -- 140 characters at a time, of course.
We never ceased to be entertained by the tweets of various members of the scene and suspect that you will be equally as, um, twitterpated. With that in mind, welcome to Twitterpated, our latest weekly feature in which we collect the most captivating tweets from some of our favorite follows.
Dan Rutherford (Morning After Records): twitter.com/denverdan4life
every time I type lady gaga in my phone it changes to "Haha"... even my cell phone laughs at me for liking her.
Kamtin Mohager (The Chain Gang of 1974):
QUESTION OF THE DAY: Why am I sitting alone in my room listening to Paula Cole's "I Don't Want To Wait"
When a star 'collapses from exhaustion and dehydration' what is that code for really? Because nobody I know ever collapses from that.
Dave Welsh (The Fray):
New stuff sounding vaguely like Sunny Day Real Estate. I mean, as much as we can...
Nat Motte (3OH!3):
3OH!3 headed to the mountain today to write and record. Stay tuned for jumbled, sexist, biased and confrontational coverage by @NAT3OH3
The Northern Way:
feasting on a melting turd-cicle would fascinate me twice as much as the "ladies" I met tonight
Who the fuck wears a emo outfit to salsa night?
boo! this festivus after party kinda Sux. where's the party mile high city?
If you have beef with someone the time you spend bad mouthing them can be spent talking to them to resolve the situation MESSAGE!
Earl's Downtown Denver Has Some Fly Waitresses! Well Good Evening! How Are You! My Name Is Chonz :)
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