Posts Tagged ‘ Akron/Family ’

Akron/Family at the Larimer Lounge, 4-10-13 (review)

Akron/Family

With personnel changes over the past few years, Akron/Family’s sound has evolved from a sort of modernized freak folk into a solid post-rock bulldozer.



Best Denver shows this week: Sigur Rós, Band of Horses and more

Band of Horses @ Ogden Theatre

You can really open up some new horizons this week — the best shows in Denver are going to be straight up weird.



Akron/Family announces new album and tour with a Denver show

Akron/Family

Akron/Family has announced a new album, and along with it a tour that includes a stop in Denver.



Akron/Family at the Fox Theatre, 4/20/12 (photos)

Akron/Family

Akron/Family at the Fox Theatre in Boulder on 4/20/12. Photos of the concert.



Live review: Akron/Family @ the Marquis Theater

Akron/Family @ Marquis Theater

Akron/Family brings psych-folk to the Marquis Theater



Steal This Track: Bad Weather California

The four members of Bad Weather California pose in front of a poster of hearts, puppies and rainbows.

Free Colorado music download from Bad Weather California



Live review: Akron/Family, Bad Weather California @ Quixote’s True Blue, Day 2

Akron/Family, pictured here as a quartet, makes an awful lot of (awesomely unclassifiable) racket for its relatively small size.

Live review: Akron/Family @ Quixote’s True Blue, Day 2



Live review: Akron/Family, Bad Weather California @ Quixote’s True Blue, Day 1

Colorado's jam band fans would do well to embrace Akron/Family's agreeably noodling tunes. Photo from MySpace.com.

Live review: Akron/Family @ Cervantes’ Other Side, Day 1



10 Most Gut-Wrenching Songs of the Aughts: Weigh in

Do you realize what your words do to people, Wayne Coyne? Do you?? Reverb file photo from Red Rocks.

10 Most Gut-Wrenching Songs of the Aughts: Weigh in



Live review: Sonic Youth @ the Ogden Theatre (and Akron/Family @ the Bluebird Theater)

Live review: Sonic Youth @ the Ogden Theatre (and Akron/Family @ the Bluebird Theater)

Sonic Youth singer-guitarist Thurston Moore was integral to his band’s vibrant performance at the Ogden Theatre on Friday. Photos by Tina Hagerling. After almost 30 years, Sonic Youth still wield an intoxicating power to wrangle noise, sludge and cacophony — and to transform it into the now-pervasive style of music they themselves created and popularized. Friday night’s performance at the Ogden Theatre was a perfect example of the band’s artistic prowess. They led an incredibly packed Ogden Theatre through about two hours worth of their [...]