The Growlers concoct playful psych pop at Ogden Theatre
Friday night at the Ogden Theatre, The Growlers brought a little bit of the beach to a steamy summer night in landlocked Denver. Their bouncy Orange County “Beach Goth” sound, a perfect hybrid of surf rock, cowpunk, psych rock and reggae, coalesces around the distinctive vocals and lilting melodies of frontman Brooks Nielsen.
Courtney Barnett announces Ogden Theatre show
Weeks after cancelling her performance at Denver's Project Pabst music festival to play the season finale of Saturday Night Live, Grammy-nominated Australian singer-songwriter Courtney Barnett has announced she'll be performing at the Ogden Theatre on November 8 at 8:00 p.m.
The Kills on the prowl at brief Ogden Theatre set
Onstage, Allison Mossheart, lead singer for The Kills, has every rock and roll affectation in the book; she’s a willowy, writhing, hair-flinging, mic stand-humping vision of rock coolness.
Mudcrutch at the Ogden Theatre (photos)
Tom Petty's Mudcrutch performed at the Ogden Theatre on May 26 in support of their just-released new album, "Mudcrutch 2." Check out our photos of the evening below.
Snarky Puppy cerebrally satisfying at Ogden Theatre
It's hard to pinpoint a modern act as talented and prolific as the fusion collective Snarky Puppy. This year, the band earned their 2nd Grammy (for Best Contemporary Instrumental Album) and released their eleventh studio effort, "Culcha Vulcha." Armed with their usual arsenal of heavyweight players and cerebral compositions, the ensemble was eager to please a polite sold-out crowd on Tuesday night at the Ogden Theatre.
Napalm Death, Melvins primal at Ogden Theatre
It would be easy to describe Napalm Death’s sound simply – a hint of rhythm behind 12 chainsaws in 12 blenders, for instance, each song blurting a primal scream that clocks in at less than 10 seconds (most of the time).
Foals tear through a landmark set at the Ogden Theatre
When they're in the United States, Foals is America’s boldest and most intense hard-rock band. That said, the “eclectic” indie band actually hails from the United Kingdom, having cut their teeth at the sleepy Abingdon Music Centre in Oxfordshire, England, which also bred Radiohead.
St. Germain hooks the Ogden Theatre with African instrumentals
St Germain - commonly and informally known as French musician, DJ and producer Ludovic Navarre - entranced the Ogden Theater last night with instrumentals from the first recording he’s released in about 15 years.