• Posts Tagged ‘denver’

    Girl Wreck takes over the Oriental tomorrow night for 12 hours of local rock

    by  • April 5, 2013 • Denver Venues, In Denver Live, Local, Locals Only, NewsThreads • 0 Comments

    Girl Wreck hosts the 2nd Annual Girl Wreck Fest at the Oriental tomorrow, April 6, 2013

    Coachella? ATP? Lollapalooza? All of these mega fests are announcing/leaking their mega line ups – but who in Denver needs them? Wanna usher in the Spring and Summer music season in style? Head up north to the Oriental Theater, where you’ll catch the 2nd Annual Girl Wreck Fest – two stages and 12 solid...

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    New(ish) Threads – Reviews of new(ish) Matt Shupe, new Thurston Moore, and Il Cattivo

    by  • June 23, 2011 • NewsThreads, Record Reviews, Uncategorized • 1 Comment

    Matt Shupe - The Greying Heart

    Starting a new job can suck – especially for your online magazine. That’s the explanation for my long absence on the ‘Thread – and I’m stickin’ with it. Now to get back into the swing, and get you readers some well-deserved regularity… But on with the news: This week we’re presenting three fantastic albums,...

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    New Release: Local Shakedown, Vol. 3 – Radio 1190’s brilliant snapshot of the Denver scene

    by  • October 13, 2009 • Local, NewsThreads, Record Reviews • 0 Comments

    If you're familiar with Radio 1190 (KVCU Boulder, The University of Colorado at Boulder's independent station) in general, or their weekly Friday afternoon show dedicated to the local scene in particular, you already have a pretty good idea of the significance of this release. "Local Shakedown, Vol 3," is the third installment of the...

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    Interview: The Alltunators, courting Denver with a sweet, folksy, bygone sound

    by  • September 5, 2009 • Interviews, Local, Locals Only, NewsThreads • 1 Comment

    Both live and on record, The Alltunators masterfully mix honest and passionate acoustic constructions behind Jessica Slater’s heartfelt lyrics and sweet and earnest, soft-spoken vocals, and add brilliant, bluesy jams behind Andy Miller’s sassy juke joint crooning. . . . The result is a summery Sunday afternoon feeling - fresh, relaxing, almost drowsily comforting. I...

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