Posts Tagged ‘ indie rock ’

The Dodos bring mathematics (and no dancing) to Denver

The Dodos' Meric Long and Logan Kroeber bring a decade of quietly technical indie rock to Denver's Bluebird Theater.

The Dodos’ Meric Long and Logan Kroeber bring a decade of quietly technical indie rock to Denver’s Bluebird Theater.



Will Butler, “Policy” review: Arcade Fire brother takes a sincere solo path

In an age where irony rules, Will Butler decided to be earnest and, simply put, “Policy” is fun.

In an age where irony rules, Will Butler decided to be earnest and, simply put, “Policy” is fun.



The Dodos, “Individ” review: A twisting, but melancholy album

The Dodos, "Individ"

It’s almost hard to believe that the Dodos have been around for 10 years, given how fresh “Individ” sounds.



Hi-Dive celebrates 11 years of holding down South Broadway indie scene

Hi-Dive celebrates 11 years of holding down South Broadway indie scene

A dozen-plus local and national bands are helping South Broadway mainstay the Hi-Dive celebrate 11 years on the indie scene.



Denver musicians acquire ownership stake in national indie label Misra Records, plan to sign Denver bands

Denver musicians acquire ownership stake in national indie label Misra Records, plan to sign Denver bands

Members of the Denver indie supergroup Somerset Catalog have announced an ownership stake in Dayton, Ohio’s Misra Records



Album review: Superchunk, “I Hate Music”

Superchunk's tenth studio album finds the band in a more wistful state of mind than usual. (Merge Records)

Superchunk’s 10th studio album “I Hate Music” finds the longtime indie rock quartet in a more wistful state of mind than usual.



Parquet Courts bring jerky, propulsive fun back to indie rock

Parquet Courts play the Larimer Lounge on Wednesday.

Parquet Courts’ Austin Brown on where the band’s talky, sonically compelling sound comes from.



Robert Pollard, Smug Brothers and Motel Beds: Dayton rises (record reviews)

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Robert Pollard, Smug Brothers and Motel Beds: Dayton rises (record reviews)



Lambchop brings “Mr. M” to Boulder’s Fox Theater (interview)

Lambchop's shifting sound is a product of the band's delicate structure, which emphasizes inspiration over releasing an album for its own sake. Photo by Bill Steber, courtesy of Merge Records.

Eclectic Nashville indie band Lambchop brings its latest album, “Mr. M,” to Boulder’s Fox Theater. We talk to leader Kurt Wagner in advance.



Live review: Crocodiles @ the Larimer Lounge

Crocodiles @ Larimer Lounge

Live review of Crocodiles at the Larimer Lounge in Denver, Colorado