Some may be familiar with the old version of Anchorage, the hardcore/metal outfit that has graced Greeley and all of northern Colorado with their sounds for over four years. They’ve come a long way since their first release, “I Have Seen Further,” an album that had a chaotic and almost alternative metal sound behind it’s eerie synthesized interludes.
The 2012 film adaptation of Jack Kerouac’s bohemian classic On The Road does not fail to inspire feelings of boyish excitement and wonder. But for those easily lost in nostalgia for a time most of us never experienced, America’s glory days of the 40s and 50s, this movie will spin you into a fit of whiskey swilling and amphetamine insanity.
Starfucker (STRFKR) released their latest album, Miracle Mile, yesterday (Feb. 19), which is now available in the usual formats as well as an über-hip cassette tape. (Remember those? They’re like 8-tracks but newer and less hip.) To celebrate and promote the launch, the members of the band created avatars to DJ their tracks live on Turntable.fm.
At its core, Rhythmic Fuzz’s self-titled album is a reggae hip-hop album. But within this umbrella are elements that nudge it in a direction away from standard fare dub albums. These factors are the product of the creatively diverse members of the band who come from very different musical places.
Jon Gooch, famous in the electronic dance music scene as Feed Me, performed at the Ogden Theater on Tuesday, February 12th. The 29-year-old DJ, originally from England, conducted his show “Feed Me with Teeth” for all his dedicated Colorado fans. Even though the concert was on a Tuesday night the line to get in the Ogden wrapped around the block.
Oscar season is upon us, and this year there is slightly more controversy than usual surrounding the film industry’s celebration of the Best of the Year. One such film being Quentin Tarantino’s homage to the western genre, Django Unchained.