Reviews and Blog Posts: rock

Bitter drink, bitter moon

by Murder By Death (Musical group)

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A spectacular album all around, and though it was not the first album I heard from my now favorite band it certainly stands out as one of my favorite. Adam Turla has an amazingly unique deep voice that differs from any other voice I can think of. Utilizing the cello and...

Pain is beauty

by Chelsea Wolfe

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I can't say enough about Chelsea Wolfe. I love all most of her albums and she's amazing live. Her sound is deep, melodic, dramatic, and mysterious. This is her fourth album and is as captivating as any of her previous work. The album to me is special because I could...

Waging heavy peace : a hippie dream

by Neil Young

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If you're looking for an encyclopedic account of Neil Young, this is not your book.  If you want rambling stories of past glory days combined with repetitive rants against the sound quality of MP3s, his ongoing work to create an electric powered vintage Lincoln Continental, and digressions about sound engineering...

Braid weaves back together for a new EP and two shows

First it was Sunny Day Real Estate who shocked the music scene and reunited for a tour after a break up many years ago. Now Braid, a huge influence in the punk-rock scene of the 90s is putting together a comeback. Or, at the very least, is putting out a new EP.

For context, I am 21 years old. I was not a teenager in the 90s, although there are many days that I wish I had been, or should have been. I like my music loud, energetic, and almost always accompanied by complex and jarring guitar sections. Oh and this guy: Bob Nanna.

Harry and the Potters Concert at the Central Library

Harry and the Potters

Are you ready to rock? Join us on Thursday, June 30 at 4 p.m. in the Central Library, Level B2 Conference Center for a free concert with Harry and the Potters!

Imagine if Harry Potter quit the quidditch team and instead started using the power of rock and roll to fight evil. This is Harry and the Potters: the original wizard rock band! Join us as they return to the Denver Public Library on their first tour of libraries since they last visited us back in 2007. Paul and Joe DeGeorge started this band in 2002 when Joe was 15 and Paul was 23. They played their first show in a shed in their parent’s backyard.

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