Tag Archive for british

alt-J / TV on the Radio. Red Rocks. 07.27.15

alt-J / TV on the Radio. Red Rocks. 07.27.15 Every Red Rocks show comes with a ‘Rain or Shine’ disclaimer. The 2015 season has seen its share of rain (and wind, and thunder and lightning, and flooding, and downright frigid temperatures), but it has been lacking in the shine department. All of that changed last night. Rain slickers and beanies… Read more →

Morrissey. Red Rocks. 07.16.15

Morrissey. Red Rocks. 07.16.15 The first indication that it was not an average evening at Red Rocks came as we approached the Upper North ramp. A man and a woman were being turned away because they had sandwiches in their bag. They didn’t have booze or drugs or weapons, they had something much worse…they had cold cuts. Meat is defined as… Read more →

Morrissey. Ellie Caulkins Opera House. 05.17.14

Discovering and obtaining music in the 80’s was a process that most kids would not understand today. They live in an age where songs are nothing more than disposable streams of 1’s and 0’s and there are no obstacles between the artist and the listener. That was not the case when Morrissey and Marr were recording music in England three… Read more →

Frank Turner | Andrew Jackson Jihad | Into It. Over It. Marquis Theater 10.7.11

It was suggested that we show up early for the Frank Turner show at the Marquis Theater on Friday night, given the strength of the line-up.  If the gathering of people snaking down Larimer St. as early as 7:30pm wasn’t evidence enough that this tour was receiving some much deserved attention, the handwritten sign warning SOLD OUT, DON’T EVEN ASK… Read more →

ILSUDH2 is on holiday in Cambodia, but left you with 16 albums for 16 days for 16 moods

ILSUHD2 will be on a posting hiatus for two weeks while on holiday in Cambodia and Thailand from March 26th – April 10th, but this does not mean you have to start listening to 106.7 KBPI or your city’s equivalent…we’ve got you covered! With all the interviews, features and live shows lately, we’ve gotten pretty behind on album recommendations.  We’re… Read more →

Philip Selway – Familial

Philip Selway – Familial It’s not often a drummer can branch out and produce a successful album, but it can be done…look at Dave Grohl‘s success!  And now Philip Selway of Radiohead has become another exception to the rule.  Familial is an album that doesn’t push any boundries or explore new territory, but is a enjoyable listen just the same. … Read more →