March 26, 2017

whirr: a reflection on shoegaze

September 17, 2014 Oskar Thompson 2

the short: to be clear sway is whirr‘s best album to date. at least my favorite. it’s introspective it’s reflective. it’s self-loathing and obsessed (with noise distortion and reverb as sound… but-no-one-will-listen-to-us-play-one-chord-for-a-half-hour-so-we-better-write-songs obsessed). this is […]

Review: mobdividual

June 27, 2014 Alibi Pierce 0

As this cough will choke me, I implore you to have my body opened, so that I may not be buried alive. These are said to be among composer Frédéric Chopin’s final written words in […]

Dispensary Review: B*Good

April 14, 2014 Alibi Pierce 1

I’d been pretty happy at my current dispensary. The flowers are great quality, and–as a member–I get $25 eighths every weekend. Actually, stopping in is always one of the highlights of my week; the staff […]

Review: Digitalism at Club Vinyl

February 11, 2014 Alibi Pierce 1

When we reviewed Option4’s remix of Elizabeth Rose’s The Good Life, we mentioned that Option4–aka–Brennen Bryarly’s Denver collective, The Hundred, was about to launch a new Saturday night house party at Denver’s renowned and neglected […]

#sleeper

February 5, 2014 Oskar Thompson 1

i listened to that carmen villain today, threeish times. I really like it.. it’s different overall than the few songs in the post but it’s very consistent and stays within the bounds of all those […]

This Week in Shoegaze

February 1, 2014 Alibi Pierce 2

This is the feature in which we attempt to follow the Drone Subterranean Wall of Sound and Whispered Vocals. When last we wrote this segment, we mentioned the rumors of a Slowdive reunion, long whispered […]

Review: SOUND|STUDIES

January 9, 2014 Alibi Pierce 1

They say emo is making a comeback, and I tend to believe it. In today’s world of hyper-information and free-for-all adaptation and modification, trends seemingly swing around and repeat more and more quickly. What once […]

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