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The Church Offers Sacred and Profane at Gothic Theater

Photos by Michael McGrath Australian rockers The Church played a deeply satisfying set of their signature brand of jangly psych rock at the Gothic Theater in Denver on Oct. 11th. The band is touring to support their 26th studio album, the well-received “Man Woman Life Death Infinity.”

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Ride Charms Denver with Their Howling, Unique version of ’90s Shoegaze

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Photos by Michael McGrath After a mere 20-year absence from our bustling cowtown with its burgeoning music scene, Ride returned to Denver last Wednesday to play at Summit Music Hall, in front of what must have been close to a sellout crowd. Needless to say, everyone in the audience was more than pleased to see

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Here’s What Went Down at the PrettyInPink Show

Photography by Sandisz Thieme   On September 15th, Filth Clothing, Kurdo and Yung Filth’s up-and-coming clothing line and promotion company, took over The Armory to host an event featuring performances from Dow Wow, Teddy T, Monte Qauiso, and Kyle Slow, as well as ever so rare performances from Squints Mane and PrettyInPink, the rapper/producer duo

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Do You Remember the Family Dog in Denver?

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“We were all teenagers, working on coming together – and you know what brought us all together? Music.”  This was how Tony Guillory, former cabaret manager and co-founder of The Family Dog in Denver – likely one of the city’s most significant, and most hidden, venues. Guillory and I were talking that night in the backyard

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The Ageless Rock of X on Point at Summit Music Hall

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Photos by Michael McGrath, story by Molly McGrath Punk is in its forties now, and everyone is celebrating, including LA’s iconic X. On their 40th anniversary tour, X is showing people that age has changed little, as their live performance remains extremely passionate and exhilarating. This tour included all original members of the band: Exene

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Vintage Trouble Delivers Intensity and Hope at Soiled Dove

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Photos by Michael McGrath Vintage Trouble brought their high-intensity R&B to the Soiled Dove Underground last Friday, Sept. 1st for an emotionally intense fundraiser to support an important cause. Judi’s House, the non-profit foundation started by former Bronco Brian Griese, provides counseling and support services to grieving children and their families. The fierce physicality and

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