Album reviews: T.J. Miller, Superchunk, Umphrey’s McGee

[caption id="attachment_38327" align="alignnone" width="610" caption="Umphrey's McGee at Red Rocks Amphitheatre. Photo by Lisa Higginbotham,"][/caption] Umphrey's McGee, "Death By Stereo" (ATO Records) With the release of "Death By Stereo," Umphrey's Mcgee's first album on ATO Records, the Chicago sextet solidifies itself as one of the most talented experimental rock acts in the market.

Why So Serious, T.J. Miller?

[caption id="attachment_22030" align="alignnone" width="610" caption="TJ Miller thinks Denver is a lot like a raccoon."][/caption] Welcome to the first installment of "Why So Serious?" -- a new column where we ask stand-up comedians five randomly chosen questions, and don't expect anything resembling straight answers.

Inside the headphones of Broncos safety T.J. Ward

[caption id="attachment_109069" align="aligncenter" width="1100"] CENTENNIAL, CO. - AUGUST 18: T.J. Ward of the Denver Broncos posed for a portrait after practice at the UCHealth Training Center in Centennial, Colorado August 18, 2015.

Broncos LB Von Miller listens to…Nirvana?

[caption id="attachment_109013" align="aligncenter" width="1100"] Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller talks to reporters before distributing new prescription glasses to more than 170 underprivileged children Wednesday, April 8, 2015, in Denver.

Why So Serious, Chris Miller?

[caption id="attachment_60505" align="alignnone" width="552"] Denver comedian Chris Miller thinks single moms have a lot to offer in the dating pool -- and he's excited to tell you why.[/caption] Bringing a great stand-up show together isn't just about intelligent booking and sequencing, although those things help immensely.