Prinzhorn Dance School— Home Economics

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In the early 2000’s, Suzi Horn had numerous jobs that brought her close to music: “I had worked in music venues all my life – behind the bar, in the coat room, on the door – but never played in a band. Then I met Tobin.” By Tobin, she means Tobin Prinz, the other half of the uncategorizable experimental rock outfit, Prinzhorn Dance School. The two began tooling around with the spare instruments Prinz had scattered about his flat, specifically the drum and bass. As Horn puts it; “We didn’t set out to start a band – and now it’s ten years on.” Continue Reading

The A-Ok’s with Be Like Max and guests at The Bluebird Theater

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The A-Ok’s with Be Like Max, White Cat Pink, Rotten Blue Menace and Short Bus Rejects at the Bluebird Theatre Saturday, June 20th. The historic Bluebird in Denver is a blast, and these talented local bands delivered an epic performance. Continue Reading

Like A Weed? Best Coast’s Bethany Cosentino Grows Up

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Best Coast’s Bethany Cosentino has gone through some noticeable changes since the duo’s 2010 debut, Crazy For You. Aside from her smaller appearance (the result of lots of exercise), her confidence has blossomed and she’s much more self-assured on stage. Whether that’s the result of the dissolution of her long-term relationship with Wavves’ Nathan Williams or simply getting older, on Best Coast’s third studio album, California Nights, it’s clear she’s a new woman. Album opener “Feeling Ok” and “Wasted Time” seem to touch on finding strength after a break-up and reflecting on what went wrong. While her lyrics are nowhere near complicated, it’s the simplicity of them that make them so relatable. Everyone’s experienced these feelings at one point yet she’s not afraid to talk about them. While the ‘50s/‘60s surf-pop influence is still heavily intact, the album shows more maturity than past efforts. It’s not all about bong hits and the love for her cat. As Best Coast prepares to kick off another national tour, Cosentino opens up about body image issues, her not-so-secret love for Hillary Duff and California Nights. Continue Reading

Post Widespread Panic Power Jam returns with JoJo Hermann and Duane Trucks at Cervantes Masterpiece Ballroom


This years Annual Post Widespread Panic Power Jam at Cervantes Masterpiece Ballroom is set to feature two members of the band this weekend during the three day Widespread Panic show at Red Rocks. Even an entire day of Panic at Red… Continue Reading

BandWagon Choice Awards at The Moxi Theater


This weekend marked the first annual Bandwagon People’s Choice Awards hosted at the Moxi Theater. Modeled after, you guessed it, the People’s Choice Awards, Greeley’s own music and culture magazine founded the event in order to recognize your favorite bands and the people who are transforming the Northern Colorado music scene. Continue Reading