Tag Archive for indie music

Glowing House “Days Run Out”

I first mentioned husband-and-wife duo Glowing House about a year and a half ago, when I reviewed a record that was two years old back then. After a long wait, this Denver folk act has released their new album Days…

Dan Craig: In Dust Bowls

It’s rather surprising that Dan Craig even has time these days to put out a new record. Besides being one of Denver’s premiere singer/songwriters, he’s also a med student, a husband, and recently a new father. Actually, though, this gem…

Best of Denver Locals 2011 (part 2)

Continuing our recap of some of the best music to come out of Denver this year…here are a couple more of my personal picks for this year’s standouts. Take to the Oars: “Bar Talk” After rocking Denver for several years…

Help Stephanie Mabey “Wake Up”

So before I tell you about singer/songwriter Stephanie Mabey, a bit of a disclaimer… Just so you know, I’m a huge believer in crowdfunding projects and sites like Kickstarter, and I’m even down for throwing some money at them myself.…

Achille Lauro Does the Low Cha Cha

Indie-rock band Achille Lauro has been a staple in the Denver music scene for several  years, probably better known for their tongue-and-cheekness and their willingness to explore musically than for a particular sound. I (sort of) got to hear them…

Quiet Americana

Many people might be more familiar with the name Boulder Acoustic Society than they are with the name Aaron Keim. That’s because Boulder Acoustic Society has been making a name for itself as a progressive band in the bluegrass/roots/neo-folk world…

Tyler James: A New Spin on Old Soul

Singer/songwriter Tyler James is a bit of an anomaly.  His bio says he grew up in the Pacific Northwest and in Iowa, and currently hails from Nashville.  But spin his debut record It Took the Fire, and you’d swear he…