Time to kiss another trip around the sun goodbye, and start another lap. Good or bad, awesome or crushing, ecstatic or just plain boring, 2013 is now gone, and at DenverThread we’re ready to move on. Not that there weren’t many, many good things to come out of the year – Riot Fest, Suicide...Read more →
While it’s not likely that we’re going to be whitewashed in Denver this year on Christmas morning, we thought we’d add a little musical accumulation to your morning – and all day long – with a little bit of Denver Music (and some other of our favorite Christmas tunes from the last decade or...Read more →
One of Denver’s most popular New Year’s Eve parties is about to change. For the first time in about a decade, Slim Cessna’s Auto Club won’t be helping Denver fans jettison the old year for a new one – at least, not at the same location. After a long string of consecutive, packed shows...Read more →
Judging from the sounds that burst from the Larimer Lounge stage last Saturday night, Colorado is no longer landlocked, and Denver now sports beachfront property.
Those sounds came from local instrumental legends Maraca Five-0, who have reunited after six years to debut as opener for Slim Cessna’s Auto Club — one of a short list...Read more →
Leave it to Slim Cessna’s Auto Club, who have put on one of Denver’s best live shows for more than a decade, to be the only band that could outdo their own reputation. That’s what happened last Wednesday at the Bluebird in the first of two New Year’s Eve celebratory shows. The six-piece not...Read more →
“Just like Slim!” “Just Like Munly!” The two centers of the cyclone that is the live performance of Slim Cessna’s Auto Club hollered these lines again and again at each other during their anthemic “He, Roger Williams” at Bender’s last Saturday night. Read more →
. . . the fervor, the excitement, the downright religious intensity Slim Cessna’s Auto Club brings to the stage never seems to fade, though I, like hundreds of other natives, have seen it regularly since they started out in 1992. . . Read more →