Dust on the Breakers

Photo essay: The Swayback, Dust on the Breakers @ the Bluebird Theater

[insertReverbPhoto id="97862" photo="12"]Swayback guitarist Bill Murphy soaks up some of the colorful projections at the Bluebird on Friday. Photo by Brian Carney. One of Denver's sexiest groups, the Swayback celebrated the release of its new 7-inch single (on clear vinyl!) entitled "Die Finks," recorded by famed producers Andy Johns (Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin, etc.), as well as the release of the accompanying music video.

Dust on the Breakers @ Patrick Marold Studio

Slim Cessna, Yonder Mountain String Band, etc.: Annual New Year's Eve concerts have become the norm around town. But one of the best this go-round was one that went mostly under the radar: A gathering of area indie-rockers taking turns at the mic before the all-star collective known as Dust on the Breakers rang in the new year at Patrick Marold's Sculpture Studio in the northwest warehouse district at 4335 Cherokee St.