Posts Tagged ‘ OK Go ’

REVIEW: OK Go Gothic Theatre show in Englewood

Ahead of the band's Aug. 9 show at the Gothic Theatre, Reverb caught up with OK Go frontman Damian Kulash to talk about the new album, "The Writing's on the Wall" video and more. Photo courtesy of BB Gun Press.

Fans of all ages crowded into Englewood’s Gothic Theatre to see OK Go on tour for the first time in three years.



OK Go on the mind-bending “Writing’s on the Wall” video, the new albm

Ahead of the band's Aug. 9 show at the Gothic Theatre, Reverb caught up with OK Go frontman Damian Kulash to talk about the new album, "The Writing's on the Wall" video and more. Photo courtesy of BB Gun Press.

Ahead of the band’s Aug. 9 show at the Gothic Theatre, Reverb caught up with OK Go frontman Damian Kulash to talk about the new album, “The Writing’s on the Wall” video and more.



OK Go’s optical illusion-filled “The Writing’s on the Wall” video will blow your mind

OK Go's optical illusion-filled "The Writing's on the Wall" video will blow your mind

Known for its visually stunning music videos, OK Go has outdone itself with optical illusion-filled “The Writing’s On the Wall.”



Hot Shots: Kegs and Eggs @ Lodo’s Bar & Grill

Hot Shots: 6th Annual St. Patty's Day Kegs & Eggs @ Lodo's

Hot Shots: Kegs and Eggs @ Lodo’s Bar & Grill



Live review: OK Go @ the Fox Theatre

OK Go, while clever with their brilliant music videos, failed to impress on Wednesday night at the Fox Theatre in Boulder. Photo: myspace.com/okgo

OK Go’s encore was a triumph on Wednesday night at the Fox Theatre in Boulder. But the rest of the should could have used some imagination.



Photo essays: Monolith Music Festival @ Red Rocks Amphitheatre

Photo essays: Monolith Music Festival @ Red Rocks Amphitheatre

Phoenix singer Thomas Mars and his band ably filled in for MSTRKRFT on the Monolith main stage on Sunday. Photo by Lewis Cooper. Denver Post pop music critic Ricardo Baca and A&E reporter John Wenzel brought you our daily Monolith Music Festival coverage this weekend, including write-ups and photo essays from Day 1 and Day 2, but there’s still more. Check out photo essays after the jump from Reverb contributing photographers Joe McCabe and Lewis Cooper.