Gothic Theatre

Sylvan Esso at the Gothic Theatre (review)

It doesn’t take long to fall for Sylvan Esso. In 10-ish months since the Durham, North Carolina duo have released their first album, singer Amelia Meath and producer Nick Sanborn have watched a project -- which was started seemingly “on the side” -- usurp both of their respective “main” bands in terms of popularity.

Eric Johnson, Mike Stern at the Gothic Theatre (photos)

Two kings of the guitar, Eric Johnson and Mike Stern, held their subjects captive across a two-hour set on Thursday at the Gothic Theatre. It featured flying fingers, sliding notes and a vast assortment of tones ranging from the intricately delicate to the utterly destructive.

Murder City Devils at the Gothic Theatre (photos, review)

Spencer Moody, iconic frontman for the Murder City Devils, wasted no time getting into character Monday night at the Gothic Theatre. The slight, small looking man literally ran off of the stage and into the crowd after uttering only a few words in the opening song, “I Don’t Wanna Work for Scum Anymore,” thrashing about to start up a mosh pit.

PHOTOS: Future Islands Gothic Theatre show (review, video)

Someone set a ridiculously high bar for Wednesday’s Future Islands show at the Gothic Theatre. And that someone was the band itself. This electro-art-rock act native to North Carolina, but now comfortably rooted in Baltimore’s high-brow synth scene, surfaced in Colorado after what has been a milestone trek behind their latest release, “Singles.” Read More»

Guided by Voices at the Gothic Theatre, 6-4-14 (photos, review)

How much is too much? For the typical Guided By Voices fan, the answer to that question is “Never! G-B-V! G-B-V! G-B-V!” Robert Pollard’s enigmatic band had no trouble satisfying a modest group of this ilk at the Gothic Theatre last night with a near-three-hour set -- including three massive encores -- that was filled with almost too many songs to count.