Tag Archive for punk

Danzig. Ogden Theatre. 04.19.13

After standing around for over an hour, listening to some drunk dude yell “MOTHER” over and over and over again, only to be disappointed by an aborted set at Fun Fun Fun Fest in 2011, I swore I would never buy a ticket to see Danzig again. Glenn could take his “Legacy”, soak it in his French Onion soup, and… Read more →

‘never fade away’ Recommended Releases 10.12

October turned out to be a HUGE month for new music.  The return of Godspeed You! Black Emperor, a double album of original material from Neil Young & Crazy Horse, the debut from Kendrick Lamar…Death Grips bypassing their label with the graphic NO LOVE DEEP WEB, hardcore shit from Pig Destroyer, Enslaved and Converge…the return of Bat For Lashes, Chelsea Wolfe… Read more →

R.I.P. Tony Sly

1970 – 2012 Tony Sly, the lead singer for Bay Area punk band No Use For A Name, has passed away at the age of 41.  Details have yet to be released, but Fat Wreck Chords announced his death earlier today.  No Use For A Name were among an assortment of bands who ruled the all ages scene in California… Read more →

EMA. Hi-Dive. 03.06.12

There were many things I didn’t know when I walked into Hi-Dive last night.  I was ignorant and full of misconceptions.  First off, I was unaware of Erika M. Anderson’s history with Denver.  It seems she has been frequenting our Mile High City for quite some time, both as EMA, and with her previous band Gowns.  Giving props to our… Read more →

Descendents. Fillmore. 01.28.12

Like most punk bands from the 80’s, the Descendents did not gain mass appeal until after the fact.  Milo went to college, punk broke, and it wasn’t until the pop punk bands of the mid-90’s took over the charts that bands like the Descendents were catapulted to iconic levels.  So it’s not surprising that a band who once claimed to… Read more →