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Posted by Andre Perry | Mar 1, 2011

w. Land of Blood and Sunshine, Mumfords, Birth Rites - $6 Friday, April 1 - Blue Moose Tap House One part Pavement indie-rock enthusiasts and one part Elephant Six psych-pop...

Posted by Chris Wiersema | Mar 1, 2011

Thursday, March 31 - Englert Theatre (Lecture), The Mill (Performances by Mirror/Dash, Thurston Moore Trio, Stare Case) These are not simply musicians, they are the godparents of underground music. In...

Posted by Chris Wiersema | Mar 1, 2011

w. Cocoon Wednesday, March 30 - Wherehouse - $8 New York duo Mountains often receive comparisons to the founders and boundary pushers of ambient composition: Eno, Jeck, Niblock, Fennezs. These...

Posted by Craig Eley | Mar 1, 2011

Saturday, April 1 - First United Methodist Church - $20 Beyond some of the common descriptors--Balearic-folk, gypsy-punk--Denver’s DeVotchKa is best understood as a theatrical band, a band who makes music...

Posted by Kent Williams | Mar 1, 2011

This Filthy World Friday, April 1 - Englert Theatre John Waters first became famous--or infamous--for a series of movies that plumbed the depths of depravity and bad taste. Pink Flamingos,...

Posted by John Schlotfelt | Mar 1, 2011

Saturday, April 2 - Blue Moose Tap House - $30 advance, $35 door Guided By Voices frontman and its only constant member, Robert Pollard, ended the group’s 18-year tenure in...

Posted by Andre Perry | Mar 1, 2011

w. Birds & Batteries, The Wandering Bears Monday, March 28 - Gabe’s - $10 advance, $12 door Splitting the difference between an afrobeat-inspired Portishead and a blissed-out Radiohead, Rubblebucket have...

Posted by Andre Perry | Mar 1, 2011

w. Snowblink Wednesday, March 30 - Englert Theatre - SOLD OUT As a songwriter, Jeff Tweedy has achieved success on several levels via the alt. country underground, the indie underground...

Posted by Kent Williams | Mar 1, 2011

w. Brooks Strause, The Lonelyhearts, Paleo Sunday, April 3 - The Mill Kurt Vile’s music seems like the perfect distillation of his parent’s record collection. While he might seem to...

Posted by Brian Johannesen | Mar 1, 2011

w. Peter Wolf Crier, Christopher the Conquered - $8 advance, $10 door When listening to Nathaniel Rateliff, you can feel the Colorado mountains that surround his current home of Denver....

Posted by Brian Johannesen | Mar 1, 2011

w. Shame Train Friday, April 1 - Yacht Club Dave Zollo has certainly paid his dues and has earned himself both a large local fan base and the respect of...

Posted by Tim Gavin | Mar 1, 2011

w. Callers Monday April 4 - The Mill - $8 advance, $10 door Andy Stack and Jenn Wasner named the band Wye Oak in remembrance of the largest white oak...

Posted by Tim Gavin | Mar 1, 2011

w. Chamberlin, Kerosene Circuit Wednesday, Mar. 30 - Yacht Club This San Francisco septet takes its name from the alternate title of Melville’s Moby Dick. Like that fish story, Or,...

Posted by Tim Gavin | Mar 1, 2011

w. Here We Go Magic, Pillars & Tongues, Skye Carrasco Friday, April 1 - The Mill - $10 advance, $12 door A mélange of musicians with disparate influences, Dark Dark...