Tappin’ that Axe: The Jezabels

Tonight 10/11 @ The Larimer Lounge (img: Credkane Hibberd) Does the name Jezebel carry a negative connotation in your mind? Allow visiting Aussie indie rockers The Jezabels to rectify that tonight at The La...

Event Horizon: Exitmusic

The first time I heard about Exitmusic, I instantly thought of Radiohead's delectably sad track meant to play over the credits of Romeo + Juliet in 1996. The film, the song, and the context of both evoke a terr...

Brain Pickin’: The Knocks

“We were never planning on being signed artists,” says Ben "B-Roc" Ruttner, one-half of electro powerhouse, The Knocks. “We always thought we would just produce other people’s music and be in the background.” ...

Event Horizon: Cobraconda at the Larimer Lounge

Graham Nation is one third of Denver's deliciously raunchy DJ trio, Cobraconda, and cut my hair in a button-down, tie and vest the first time I met him. With a spiderweb of tattoos wandering the length of his a...

Event Horizon: Japandroids Tonight

Taking three years to record a highly anticipated follow-up album is a risky move. Will the buzz wear off? Will fans still care? For Vancouver post-punk duo, Japandroids, the risk was worth it, as they prepare ...

Event Horizon: Flashlights Tonight

Denver-based indie musicians are no strangers to national recognition, especially with the success of acts like Tennis, The Chain Gang of 1974 and Pictureplane over the last few years. For local dance-pop outfi...

Event Horizon: Patrick Watson Tonight

Indie music fans are in for a rare treat tonight as Canadian singer-songwriter, Patrick Watson, makes his way to Hi-Dive’s intimate space in support of his most recent release, Adventures In Your Own Backyard. ...
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Countdown Get-Downs

If you’re anything like me, you're still trying to figure out what you want to do this New Year’s Eve—and failing stupendously at finding a solution. There are just too many damn things going on. According to T...

Ximena Sariñana: From Spanish to English

For longtime fans of Mexico-native Ximena Sariñana, her recent self-titled album is not only a lot poppier than 2008's Mediocre, it's also in English--a first for the Spanish-speaking songbird. I was prepar...