FIDLAR grows, shows it at the Marquis Theater (photos, review)
FIDLAR is stuck in a classic rock-and-a-hard place -- how to stay true to the live fast, die young, gonzo skate-punk identity that propelled them to critical and fan acclaim while simultaneously growing as artists and learning how to become functional, creative adults?
The Features at the Marquis Theater in Denver (photos)
The Features stopped at Denver's Marquis Theater on Sunday in support of their new EP "Good Old Days." While the band has plenty of fresh material to pick from, it spent Sunday night playing some of the early favorites.
Nashville Pussy, the Yawpers at the Marquis Theatre, 6-15-14 (photos, review)
Colorado rock act the Yawpers matched well with Nashville Pussy at the Marquis Theatre on Sunday. Both bands growl about living fast into whiskey soaked microphones year-in and year-out.
Anvil at the Marquis Theater, 4-30-14 (photos)
Anvil's lengthy 36-year-run brought the metal act to Denver's Marquis Theater on Wednesday. Known for, the 2008 documentary "Anvil! The Story of Anvil," the band is defined by "seemingly endless years of energy-sapping tours." In Denver, the lovable Canadian tiro played a blistering set.
The Dillinger Escape Plan at the Marquis Theater, 4-29-14 (photos)
The Dillinger Escape Plan brought their chaotic live show to the comfy confines of the Marquis Theater on Tuesday night. The band didn't let the small stage slow them down as they stage dove, head walked and swung their guitars through an extended set that concluded with the band inviting the crowd on the stage for a sing along.
The Colourist at the Marquis Theater, 4-8-14 (photos)
The Colourist played its first headlining show in Denver on Tuesday night, along with up-and comers, the Night Terrors Of 1927 and the Wind And The Wave.
Touche Amore at the Marquis Theater, 2-6-14 (photos)
California post-hardcore band Touche Amore kicked off its winter tour with MeWithoutYou at the Marquis Theater in Denver on Thursday, Feb. 6. The band is currently hitting the road in support of its latest album, "Is Survived By." Drug Church and Seahaven opened the show.
of Montreal at the Marquis Theater, 11-3-13 (photos, review, video)
The only thing typical about an of Montreal performance is that things are expected to get weird. Part psychedelic vaudeville sideshow, part sparkly disco party, it's much like what one could imagine Guillermo del Toro's dreams would be like...on acid.
Guitar Wolf at the Marquis Theater, 10-6-13 (photos, review)
Guitar Wolf's Seiji bashed his guitar around his body and the stage of the Marquis Theater on Sunday. He used it as a bat to hit balls into the small moshing crowd and continuously coaxed some gorgeous distortion from the seemingly indestructible instrument.
Of Montreal tour comes to Denver’s Marquis Theater
The ever-obscure psych funk group Of Montreal has been releasing material at a breakneck pace over the last couple of years and touring just as often.
Amaranthe at the Marquis Theater, 7-25-13 (photos)
By Vy Pham Swedish-Danish band Amaranthe performed at Denver's Marquis Theater on Thursday night. The band rocked songs from its new self-titled album "The Nexus." Local Denver band Cellador and Canadian band Kobra and the Lotus opened the show.
Steal This Track: Download Elway’s “One Flew West”
Wake up, Monday! Download this pop punk track from Fort Collins' Elway! There was once a time when Fort Collins had a punk rock scene that could rival any in the region.
Denver’s MC Sole returns from European tour, playing politically charged music for armed guards
MC Sole has long been known as one of Denver's most politically outspoken musicians. His involvement in the Occupy Movement and lyrics like "God hates flags/God hates cops" have made him an anarchist staple in the local scene.
Steal This Track: Snake Rattle Rattle Snake and Brave Song Circle
Thieves! It's snake week here at Steal This Track. We've got a dance remix of a Snake Rattle Rattle Snake's "Warning" and funky folk-rock track "Snakeskin" from Brave Song Circle.
Escape The Fate talks its return, announces Denver show
Escape the Fate is back. The Las Vegas metal band has been off the grid since 2011, but after the release of “Ungrateful” and the alarming video to match it, one must ask what happened during the break?
Steal This Track from …And The Black Feathers
Happy Monday, thieves. This week we've got some garage rock from ...And The Black Feathers. Fans of ...And You Will Know Us By the Trail of Dead take note!
The Growlers at the Marquis Theater 02/08/13 (photos and review)
Brooks Neilsen may be lacking in stature, but he makes up for it in personality and stage presence. The frontman for Costa Mesa five-piece the Growlers showed off his charismatic prowess on Friday night with the band for a near 90-minute set of their self-proclaimed “beach goth.” The packed Marquis Theater frantically danced, moshed and bounced the entire time.
Photos of Nonpoint at the Marquis Theater, 01/25/13
Florida metal band, Nonpoint, played at the Marquis Theater on Friday night. The band rocked a number of songs from its new self-titled album, along with older hits.
Andrew Jackson Jihad, Future of the Left at the Marquis Theater, Nov. 8 (photos)
Phoenix folk-punk band Andrew Jackson Jihad not only has an awesome name and killer pedigree -- including members of Rodan and the Sub-Standards -- it's got the live show to match.
The Features at the Marquis Theater, 10/2/12 (photos)
The Features brought Southern indie rock to the Marquis Theater on Tuesday night, playing a set comprised mostly of songs from its latest album, "Wilderness." Read more »
Win tickets to see Obits at the Marquis Theater on Saturday
Obits is the second act for singer-guitarist Rick Froberg, formerly of Hot Snakes. The Brooklyn-based rock band plays a mix of alternative, punk and garage rock that's overtly straightforward -- and that's not a bad thing.
Terror (band) at the Marquis Theater, 7/24/12 (photos)
Terror vocalist Scott Vogel engaged the crowd that packed the Marquis Theater on Tuesday night, saying, "300 kids on a Tuesday night in Denver. Hardcore is alive and well." Bane co-headlined the show with Rotting Out, Naysayer and Before We're Done as openers.
Steal This Track: Bonnie and the Beard, Carbon Choir, Glowing House
This week, we have the carny folk blues of Bonnie and the Beard, the emotive pop of Carbon Choir and the acoustic indie rock of Glowing House.
Hurt at the Marquis Theater, 5/11/12 (photos)
L.A.-based hard rockers Hurt performed to a sold out crowd at the Marquis Theater on Friday night. Local bands Glass Delirium and Random Hero opened the show.