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Pitchfork just announced the top 200 albums to have come out in the past 15 years, according to it’s readers. I’m not the first person to point this out, and I’m sure Pitchfork won’t hear the last of it for … Continue reading
Well, sorry if you missed it. Things were thrown together quite last minute. However, if you were there, you’ll agree that it was a great show. Things kicked off with Jason Begin (of Christie Front Drive). It felt a little … Continue reading
….will be through “unboxing videos.” The band Yacht is promoting their new LP with a directional video on how to enjoy and unpack it. Yes, it’s slightly that confusing. They also make it genuinely exiting. Forget that the demonstrator is … Continue reading
That is, if you pick up a copy of The Metropolitan, available everywhere on Auraria Campus. There are coupons inside for both Yellow Feather and Growler Records. It looks like this: Clip it out! I’ll be closed this week on … Continue reading
Heartbeat and a Guitar: Johnny Cash and the making of Bitter Tears covers the story of Mr. Cash making his album meant to further the voices of Native people in the US. 1964, and someone as famous as Johnny Cash could … Continue reading
From the hinterlands of snow laden Denver…… more specifically, from the Santa Fe Arts District currently blanketed in snow, not so hinterland, but cold, yes, and I am also sick with a cold. So, I’m writing this under the influence … Continue reading
I have been attending TITWRENCH FEST ’11 since Thursday. Tonight I will be tabling for the distro at the Mercury Cafe as part of it. You can check out my records and great music starting as early as 6pm and running … Continue reading