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Bob Ferbrache documentary needs your help

11 years ago by Bree Davies
Bob Ferbrache's Absinthe Studios has been buzzing along for the better part of three decades, recording the likes of Ian Cooke, the Fluid, the Swayback, Frantix and many others. Now, friend and fellow sound engineer James McElwee wants to tell Bob's story in a new documentary -- but he needs...

Alex Hebert of A Tom Collins on working with Bob Ferbrache and touring in Europe

8 years ago by Tom Murphy
A. Tom Collins, the five-piece band fronted by Aaron Collins, has a sound that's equal parts ragtime, honky tonk blues and tin pan alley. The outfit, which has smartly left its rough edges intact, is driven by Collins's piano and impassioned vocals, and while the act may teeter on the...

James McElwee on why his Kickstarter funded Bob Ferbrache doc still hasn't been made

8 years ago by Jon Solomon
It's been roughly two and half years since James McElwee raised more than $5000 on Kickstarter to make a documentary on Bob Ferbrache, and the film still isn't finished. After raising the money, McElwee started interviewing members of bands like Slim Cessna's Auto Club, Tarantella, Warlock Pinchers and Ian Cooke,...

Mark Bliesener Releases Jurassic Mark to Celebrate Seventieth Birthday

2 years ago by Jon Solomon
Mark Bliesener just released Jurassic Mark to celebrate his seventieth birthday

What About Bob?

15 years ago by Dave Herrera
I hear ABBA records to this day," declares Bob Ferbrache, "and I can't believe that human beings made those records. They sound just out-of-this world perfect -- and they're 25 years old." Ferbrache and I are sitting in the basement of his mom's house in Westminster, talking about the music...

Bob Rob Medina Describes the '80s Denver Punk Scene

6 years ago by Tom Murphy
Denvoid and the Cowtown Punks, a new book by Bob Rob Medina, will be celebrated with a release event at Mutiny Information Café at 7 p.m. on Saturday, October 10. The book is an account of the days of the punk rock and experimental music scenes in Denver from 1982...

100 Colorado Creatives 4.0: Jonny Barber

3 years ago by Susan Froyd
Meet Velvet Elvis, Colfax Museum operator and the reincarnation of Neal Cassady, Jonny Barber.


10 years ago by Jon Solomon
Anyone who's seen Itchy-O knows that the thirty-piece group is a far cry from your average marching band. About half the band is made up of percussionists, so seeing Itchy-O live can be a totally bombastic experience. But while the drums and cymbals can sometimes overpower the other instruments in...

Best Absinthe-Minded Sound Professor

Producer Bob Ferbrache has been the studio ace behind many of the truly exceptional releases to emanate from the Front Range over the last decade. Working from the unlikely confines of his mother's basement in Westminster (Absinthe Studios is actually located within arm's length of a washer and dryer!), Ferbrache...

Best Recording

Secret South proves that 16 Horsepower has survived the hurdles of record label fallout (the band has signed with Razor & Tie) and shifting membership with its creative faculties not only intact, but heightened: This swirling mass of music, informed by the skewed American traditionalism of David Eugene Edwards, his...

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