Denver’s own super group Snake Rattle Rattle Snake is really coming into their own. Featuring members of Monofog, Mr. Pacman, Bad Luck City and Hawks of Paradise, the band is attracting a lot of attention especially since the release of their new EP last month. Vocalist Hayley Helmerick discussed what’s next.
Since 1992, when Cracker released their self-titled debut, many trends in rock have come and gone. But the mass extinctions of the last 18 years that have culled their flat-footed peers have missed Cracker due to their passionate blend of hard rock, alternative country and soulful but often sarcastic lyrics.
Scott H. Biram // 9:30 p.m., Feb. 22 // Bender’s Tavern, $10 Scott H. Biram will bring his whiskey-soaked one-man-band antics to Bender’s Tavern Feb. 22. Biram’s dirty, foot-stompin’ blues oozes energy and classic country down home style. Biram’s tunes should definitely ignite a sweaty, beer-swillin’ good time, Supporting his most recent and more acoustic […]
Pictureplane // 9 p.m., Feb. 20 // Rhinoceropolis, $5 Discover something fresh and new this weekend for only $5. Pictureplane is a local act that has been attracting national attention lately. After a European tour with underground heavyweight HEALTH, this act has been turning heads, and with good reason. Pictureplane’s Travis Egedy has a way […]
Upcoming Valentine’s Weekend Shows
Do you hate Valentine’s Day? Well, there’s a movie for you. Writer/director Bob Byington brings you “Harmony and Me” to show that love can hurt — and hurt some more.
Poet, rapper and actor Saul Williams has been a strong and powerful voice in the world of spoken-word poetry as well as underground hip-hop since he came on the scene in 1998. He constantly tours and creates new material that consistently challenges his fans. He took time out of his busy schedule to talk with “The Met” before his poetry reading at Tivoli Turnhalle.
The Colossus is an appropriate title for RJD2’s fourth solo album. The self-produced album further shows his ability to surprise everyone with his dynamism. This album is so diverse, sometimes you have to be reminded it’s all from the same artist.
Hot Chip delivered its well-known, unique sound to electronic music with the release of their fourth album One Life Stand. The Grammy-nominated band was able to combine their usual impressive lyrics with a host of new electronic beats.
It’s been seven years since Massive Attack released their critically panned 100th Window and I must say, this is what fans have been waiting for.