The other day, while bumbling through the morning news as I usually do, I came across a Guardian article with the headline: “How a Mississippi Bounce Concert Was Shut Down Over Anticipated Twerking.” Intrigued, I read on. Settle in readers because, oh my word, is
Local band SF1 defines genre.
Being a fan of Kanye West can be difficult
“Roses” – Abra “Roses” doesn’t talk about a pretty end to love. It’s about a lover who accepts that some flings are bound to end, that they don’t have the “green thumb” to make love work. Against all this aching and disappointed acceptance, a 90’s
Local band One Flew West talks about their new music video and working with CAM Records.
National band Godspeed hit the Ogden, giving Denverites a dose of darkness.
It’s true. I absolutely hate the iconic hardcore band that gave a voice to the anti-establishment punk movement in the 1980s. In my opinion, Black Flag is a group of whiney, litigious, white guys who used the ideas of rebellion as an opportunity to feel
“Pollen” – Mirah “You’ve got pollen on your nose. Pretty, pretty bunch, I’ll take a dozen of those,” sings pansexual musician Mirah about a delightful day spent going down on her girlfriend. “I’ve been leaking like a garden hose,” she continues with a sugary, lilting
Reading through Kanye West’s and Wiz Khalifa’s recent Twitter feud (you know the one), I was reminded of something I almost forgot: I really, really need to find some Kanye-esque confidence. The hip-hop star is known for his narcissistic comments. Whether it’s in an interview
Young musicians, The Velveteers, are gaining fans in the Denver music scene.