Meadowlark

Steal This Track: 200 Million Years

[photopress:200MY.jpg,full,pp_image]The show flyer for Friday's upcoming CD release show for 200 Million Years Your timing is terrific! It's Tuesday again, and that means it's time for another installment of Steal This Track, the weekly Reverb feature in which we give you a track from one of Colorado's best and buzziest musical artists, absolutely free!

News: Haiti benefit planned for this weekend

Support the victims of the Haiti earthquake -- and listen to great local music. Every little bit counts. With the news today that the Red Cross' text messaging-based donation program has collected more than $8 million -- via individual $10 texts that read HAITI to 90999, which are then attached to contributors' cell phone bills -- comes good news from the Denver music community.

News: Titwrench announces "Surfacing" shows

The lady-centric DIY organization Titwrench, which threw its first big music festival this summer, is continuing its new monthly "happenings" at the warehouse district's illustrious Meadowlark bar under the moniker "Surfacing." It's certainly not the first (or the last) show Titwrench has put together, but it's got a lot of promise as a regular event.

The Mile High Makeout: The love-in begins

[photopress:Tim.jpg,full,pp_image]Denver musician Tim Pourbaix tunes up his act at the Meadowlark. Reverb file photo by Brian Carney. "The love-in is over." So said a Denver musician to me, not long ago.

Live review: Titwrench Presents @ the Meadowlark

[photopress:sarina.jpg,full,pp_image] Sarina Simoom (above) and a full complement of lady-centric, Colorado-based acts kept the Meadowlark warm last Thursday. Photo from MySpace. With their extremities numb and encumbered by layers of wool, down, and Gore-Tex, patrons shuffled towards the Meadowlark stairwell last Thursday, clutched the railing lest they fall to their deaths and ducked inside.

Live review: The Intelligence @ the Meadowlark

The Intelligence was ready to take on any Denverites foolish enough to stand in its path. Photo from MySpace. After three months of tour, after the endless rows of corn out the window, after the persona non grata stink of beer and bodily fetor in your duffel bag, after the daily intimacy of your bandmates' emissions -- the snot, the weak jokes, the wake of a bad buffet -- you'd want to really stick it to a small crowd, too.

Live review: Spot @ the Meadowlark

Glen Lockett (a.k.a. Spot) captured the famously maniacal intensity of bands like Black Flag (pictured above) in the studio. When Glen Lockett took over the low stage in the Meadowlark’s beautiful backyard last Friday night, I wasn’t entirely sure what to expect.