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Jef Otte is looking for “Catastrophe.” Welcome back to Steal This Track. We’re glad you’ve discovered this little column, in which the Denver Post’s Reverb features a different Colorado band or musical artist each Tuesday. As you — dedicated follower and loyal fan — already know, we turn you on to some of the best music being created in the area, and then give you the chance to actually hear it! What’s that? You say you’ve never heard of Steal This Track? Well, then you’re [...]
A hirsute, shadowy Isaac Brock led Modest Mouse through a breathless set at the Fillmore on Wednesday. Photos by Joe McCabe. Judging by the ferocity of the crowd’s response to Modest Mouse’s show at the Fillmore last Wednesday, it’s not surprising that singer Isaac Brock had to stop a few times to take a breather. There’s already little enough oxygen at altitude, and the audience seemed to be using up too much of his and the band’s share.
[photopress:modest.jpg,full,pp_image] Isaac Brock of Modest Mouse did his best to inhabit the massive environs of Red Rocks on Tuesday night. Photos by Laurie Scavo. You can check out Ricardo Baca’s extended review of the R.E.M. show at Red Rocks on Tuesday, but we thought we’d break out the photos of openers The National and Modest Mouse into a separate post. Many people missed smoldering Brooklyn indie rock act the National due to long lines at the entrance, but most got into see Modest Mouse — [...]