Adrian Patrick of Otherwise talks to Reverb about personal story behind his band’s new single, “I Don’t Apologize” from the album “True Love Never Dies.”
It’s hard to tell what Luke Wyatt’s Torn Hawk is more interested in: disquieting video or atmospheric audio. “Let’s Cry…” proves neither stands alone.
Now working as a power trio, Thee Oh Sees stopped at the Gothic Theatre on the second date of their fall tour to serve up a quick, high energy set of jagged yet groovy garage rock.
Toro y Moi’s Chaz Bundick returns with “Michael,” his second release as Les Sins with one goal: If not original, make it good.
Foxygen frontman Sam France is a beautiful, eye-linered rock and roll mess, and the band’s raucous show at the Bluebird Theater in Denver on Monday night was much the same: pretty, fun, and messy.
Did all your friends ditch out on going to that show you’re dying to see? Don’t freak out. Here are five reasons it’s fun to see concerts alone.
Two songs into Slow Magic’s show at the Bluebird Theater on Thursday, the producer had grabbed one of his two drums and ran into the middle of the crowd.
With his fifth LP, “You’re Dead!,” Flying Lotus addresses the specter of death with equal parts grim meditation and “no hard feelings” humor.
Glass Animals made its Denver debut at the Larimer Lounge on Thursday, attempting to let its sonic complexity shine in the small room.
A bizarre crowd situation gave an otherwise solid show from Yacht an eerie feeling Sunday night at the Bluebird Theater.