“Freedom of any kind is the worst for creativity.” Who said it?
The S&R Interview: 22 questions with Danielle Kimak Stauss of Rabbit Velvet
Lilac, lovelace / remind me of / your true grace About four years ago I tripped across a band called The Lost Patrol. Since then I’ve noted their work a number of […]
Tournament of Rock – Legends: the Bob Marley pod
Results: As we continue our search for the greatest band of all time, a moral is emerging: don’t erode your own legacy. The Fillmore region’s #11 seed follows underperforming Aerosmith and Van […]
Tournament of Rock – Legends: the Elton John pod
Results: In the Hollywood Bowl region, Blues Traveler jumped out to an early lead. However, The Ramones maintained a steady pace and pulled away to win easily. The numbers: #5 The Ramones […]
TunesDay: what's in your collection?
There are all kinds of fun arguments to be had over which band is best or whether one’s taste is critically defensible (*cough*Brian used to listen to Madonna and Gloria Estefan*cough*) and, […]
TunesDay: Name those bands – and the winner is….
The results of last week’s Name Those Bands contest are in. In first place we have … a disqualification, sorta. Our friend Ubertramp logged in with an impressive 47 of 53. Seriously, […]
TuneSunday Video Roundup: The Killers and M83 live in Denver
We went to see The Killers at DU last night. A few stray thoughts, in no particular order of importance. 1: There are air raid shelters with better acoustics than Magness Arena. […]
TunesDay: The best CDs of 2008, pt. 1 – the Gold LPs
Most years are pretty good for music if you know where to look, and 2008 was no exception. It’s a shame that you have to search so hard, of course – once […]
TunesDay: The Lost Patrol's epic retro-futurism
Here’s how the blurb at CD Baby puts it: Cinematic ethereal, spaghetti western flavored retro-futuristic music with powerful female vocals. // A sweeping, cinematic, wide-screen journey that combines ethereal sound scapes with […]