• Take A Minute for MCA – RIP Adam Yauch, Namasté

    by  • May 4, 2012 • 0 Comments

    Adam Yauch - RIP - You will be missed. (Photo used under Creative Commons License)

    When MCA and King AdRock announced a few years ago that the Beastie Boys would be delaying the release of their next album due to Adam Yauch beginning a battle with throat cancer, I don’t think anyone of us fans took the news lightly. But I also don’t think many of us ever thought...

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    “Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson,” Synchronicity and the Populist Promise of Kickstarter

    by  • April 26, 2012 • 0 Comments

    Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson at the Aurora Fox Studio Theatre, September 7 - October 28, 2012

    Ben Dicke, local theater professional, looks for Kickstarter Funding to Premiere the Controversial Emo-Punk Musical at the Aurora Fox, Just in Time for Election Day. Could it be any more ... prophetic? In an election year that’s rife with populist rhetoric, where pundits on both sides seem to pontificate endlessly about the problems of the common...

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    DenverThread Interview – Flipper – Steve DePace

    by  • March 28, 2012 • 1 Comment

    Flipper at the Lion's Lair - 3/29-30/2012

    OK - Who remembers Flipper? More appropriately: Who knows why they should remember - or at least be aware of - Flipper? Get this: - It could be argued that without Flipper, there may have been no Nirvana, or much of the sloppier side of "Grunge," or at least the whole scene would likely sound a...

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    Shooting My Rock n’ Roll Wad, With Revenge

    by  • January 15, 2012 • 0 Comments

    Join my band!

    For our inaugural post for Unraveler, we’ve got a treat. Guest author Mike Argeropoulous, a native of Chicago by way of Marquette, Michigan – and plenty of hilarious and creative stops in between – offers a cautionary tale. Whether you believe it or not, enjoy the tale of revenge, of the slacker variety, as...

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    New DenverThreads: Kissing Party, Erik Husman and the Golden Rule and Mombi bring more to Denver’s sound

    by  • October 23, 2011 • 0 Comments

    Copy Copy Copy

    Kissing Party – Waster’s Wall Kissing Party’s latest record, “Waster’s Wall,” still reflects a little more Belle & Sebastian than it’s probably meant to. And I’m putting that out there right away because of Gregg Dolan’s reported frustration with that comparison. But it’s not mired in the Brit-pop band’s lo-fi jangle. For this record,...

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