The Reverb Interview

The Afghan Whigs’ beastly worldview: seedy, sordid and better than ever

The Afghan Whigs @ The Ogden 10/30/12

Greg Dulli of the Afghan Whigs talks travel and inspiration in advance of his band’s Oct. 29 concert at Denver’s Bluebird Theater.



Greensky Bluegrass’ Dave Bruzza on the band’s growth, new album and more

Greensky Bluegrass - Fox Theater | 10/24-25/13

Reverb sat down with Greensky Bluegrass guitarist Dave Bruzza at City O City to talk about the band’s exponential growth, busy schedule and the new album, “If Sorrows Swim.”



Ex Hex’s debut, “Rips,” brings Mary Timony back to Earth

The Speedy Ortiz and Ex Hex co-headlining bill was an excellent match-up -- noisy and biting respectively -- at the Hi-Dive in Denver on Thursday.

In Ex Hex, which headlines the Hi-Dive on Oct. 9 , Mary Timony is abandoning her droning chords and alternate tunings for a throat-grabbing directness.



Future Islands finally gets its moment after a decade of waiting

Nearly a decade into its career, Future Islands is finally having its breakout year. The band plays Colorado's Gothic Theatre on Aug. 27. Photo courtesy of 4AD.

Nearly a decade into its career, Future Islands is finally having its breakout year. The band’s William Cashion tells about years of struggle, the sudden fame and what they’re thinking for the next album.



Edward Sharpe’s Alex Ebert on Jade Castrinos’ departure, the next album

Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros @ Red Rocks 6/2/13

Ahead of Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros’ headlining set at Chive Fest Denver, Alex Ebert talks to Reverb about the band’s split with Jade Castrinos, recording the next album and more.



OK Go on the mind-bending “Writing’s on the Wall” video, the new albm

Ahead of the band's Aug. 9 show at the Gothic Theatre, Reverb caught up with OK Go frontman Damian Kulash to talk about the new album, "The Writing's on the Wall" video and more. Photo courtesy of BB Gun Press.

Ahead of the band’s Aug. 9 show at the Gothic Theatre, Reverb caught up with OK Go frontman Damian Kulash to talk about the new album, “The Writing’s on the Wall” video and more.



Mark Mothersbaugh’s jukebox: Devo founder makes one-of-a-kind artifact for Denver bars

Mark Mothersbaugh's jukebox: Devo founder makes one-of-a-kind artifact for Denver bars

Devo’s Mark Mothersbaugh is heralding his Oct. 31 MCA Denver exhibit “Myopia” with a custom vinyl jukebox of random, rare, unreleased music and poetry.



Air Dubai has high hopes for new album, “Be Calm,” exposure from 2014 Warped Tour

Air Dubai from left, Jon Shockness, Nick Spreigl, Julian Thomas, Taylor Tait, Lawrence Grivich and Michael Ray. Photo by Emily Driskill, provided by 7S Management.

After a four-year hiatus since its last proper album, Air Dubai is preparing its first release for Los Angeles-based Hopeless Records, “Be Calm,” which is set to drop on July 1.



Sharon Van Etten craves an intimate setting for her haunting music

Sharon Van Etten's set at the Bluebird Theater was a radiant goldmine for those mid-week diehards who took in the spectacle to a mostly packed house. Photo by Dusdin Condren.

Sharon Van Etten wants fans and critics to know that if anyone is holding back her career, it’s herself.



King Khan & the Shrines on psychedelic contact highs, portable toilets, and the Westword Music Showcase

Try not to use the portable toilets during King Khan's Westword Music Showcase set on June 21. Trust us. (Photo provided by Merge Records)

King Khan & the Shrines on outdoor shows, tripping while making out and the Westword Music Showcase.