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At Arlo White's First Concert, His Band Forgot the First Song

1 year ago by Karl Christian Krumpholz
Arlo White, of the Buckingham Squares and Sparkle Jetts, talks about his first concert.
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Musicians Remember John Koontz, Underground-Music "Chronicler Extraordinaire"

2 years ago by Tom Murphy
Mathematician by day and rock-and-roll photographer by night John Koontz, 63, was at the Larimer Lounge catching the Hot Apostles, one of his favorite bands, the evening he died.
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Various Artists

8 years ago by Jon Solomon
Since Deadbubbles has established itself as one of the area's finest garage-rock acts, it's not surprising that frontman Arlo White was able to round up fourteen local bands to play Deadbubbles material on this release. While tribute albums are usually devoted to more established bands — Deadbubbles formed in 2006...
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Deadbubbles

10 years ago by Jon Solomon
Less than a minute into Deadbubbles' latest offering, Frienemies, frontman Arlo White makes it clear that his band is all about "rock and roll music." And indeed, the Broomfield act roars off the line with some supercharged rock infused with the swagger of '70s punk from outfits such as the...
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Could This Be Little Fyodor and Babushka Band's Final Show?

2 years ago by Tom Murphy
After nearly thirty years of performing as Little Fyodor, Dave Lichtenberg is putting his current project, Little Fyodor & Babushka Band, on indefinite hiatus. That means that the band's show on Saturday, October 15, at the Lion's Lair will be its last performance for the foreseeable future. The event is...
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The Pretty Sure

7 years ago by Kelsey Whipple
There is nothing subtle about the Pretty Sure's new EP. From frontman Arlo White's gritty, basement-show vocals to the showstopping guitar to the je-ne-say-what lyrics ("I'll be a werewolf for you, mama") that permeate the entire album, this quartet betrays a distinctly Black Lips attitude and blues-punk aesthetic chased with...
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The Pretty Sure

7 years ago by Kelsey Whipple
There is nothing subtle about the Pretty Sure's new EP. From frontman Arlo White's gritty, basement-show vocals to the showstopping guitar to the je-ne-say-what lyrics ("I'll be a werewolf for you, mama") that permeate the entire album, this quartet betrays a distinctly Black Lips attitude and blues-punk aesthetic chased with...
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deadbubbles

11 years ago by Eryc Eyl
With unhinged twanginess, unabashed spaciness and unapologetic snottiness, deadbubbles plays raunchy, raucous rock and roll that exists out of time. The Broomfield-based outfit's psychedelic rhythm-and-blues-a-billy seethes, surges and snarls as it spans the rock decades, comprising the rhythmic romp of the Crickets, the sassy swagger of the Yardbirds and the...
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deadbubbles

11 years ago by Eryc Eyl
With unhinged twanginess, unabashed spaciness and unapologetic snottiness, deadbubbles plays raunchy, raucous rock and roll that exists out of time. The Broomfield-based outfit's psychedelic rhythm-and-blues-a-billy seethes, surges and snarls as it spans the rock decades, comprising the rhythmic romp of the Crickets, the sassy swagger of the Yardbirds and the...
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Lint!

14 years ago by Jason Heller
Does the phrase so smart, its dumb mean anything anymore? If so, you couldnt find a more perfect example of it than Sexyharrasment, the debut full-length by an enigmatic Broomfield duo known as Lint! Swinging blindly between remedial electro-pop and Negativland-esque noise collages, vocalist/programmers Arlo White and Jason McDaniel (a...

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