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Tiffiny
Denver, CO
Interests: panda bears, clowns
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I heard tell of this happening last night on Facebook. And thank goodness (definitely not god), there's a video. Frank fucking Turner covering The National. It's even better then I thought it would be. Continue reading
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Having just released a 3 disc set of the live performance of An Evening With Neil & Amanda Palmer, Amanda and Neil are gearing up for another handful of shows (November 22nd and 23rd at New York Town Hall, December 12th at Irpc Portland, and December 15th at Echoplex Los... Continue reading
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A friend referenced this song in a Facebook post and I suddenly had to hear it. I went to YouTube and one of the first results that popped up was this cover. Billy Pettinger's take on "This House Is Not For Sale" is heartbreakingly lovely. Her sweet, delicate vocals capture... Continue reading
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On Friday (November 15th) beloved Colorado country punks Arliss Nancy are celebrating the release of Wild American Runners at Road 34 in Fort Collins. Because it's a damn special show, Drag the River (acoustic), and Red City Radio will be supporting. How awesome of a bill is that? As a... Continue reading
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I would prefer not to use flash. I really would. I don't love walking around with a giant apparatus on my camera. I love working with the natural stage light- it makes for moody and exciting photographs...when it is available. Unfortunately, I also shoot at venues that are more DIY... Continue reading
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Here is another track from the upcoming My Body Sings Electric release (Part 1: The Night Ends out January 28th, pre order here). "Too Long Didn't Read" is of a different pace; a slower, melancholy track marked with piano and vocal harmonies. Part 1: The Night Ends by My Body... Continue reading
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There's not much to narrate here- one of my favorite artists covers one of my favorite songs. Check out Frank Turner's cover of Joni Mitchell's "River". It's quite lovely. Thanks to Folk-O-Rama for putting this together. Continue reading
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I just got an email notifying me that one of my favorite albums of all time is being issued on deluxe vinyl. Of course I'm talking about Josh Ritter's The Historical Conquests of Josh Ritter. I want to wax philosophical for paragraphs about how much I love this album and... Continue reading
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I had the pleasure of attending a live taping of the Mostly Harmless Podcast featuring Two Cow Garage being interviewed and playing a few acoustic tracks. You can listen to the recording here, but here are a few pictures from the event. Continue reading
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For the "Evil Eye" video, Josh Ritter and crew created an imaginary 1972 horror film. It's campy and cheesy and absolutely delightful. Watch below and make sure to catch the Josh Ritter Acoustic tour as it rambles through Europe, Ireland, and the US and Canada (dates here). Related articles Josh... Continue reading
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If you're somehow new to this blog, it's about the only way you'll be surprised that I'm posting about Frank Turner. I have seen Frank and the Sleeping Souls in a lot of locations, but it's always special when a Denver show occurs. This was a brilliant night- openers Koo... Continue reading
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Rockstars and Ruckus favorites Two Cow Garage will be stopping in to Mutiny Information Cafe (if you've never been, it's a rad bookstore in Baker with quite the used vinyl collection as a bonus) for an acoustic performance and a live taping of the Mostly Harmless Podcast. Stop by around... Continue reading
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I was lucky enough to see a dance performance set to the music of Land Lines earlier this summer and it was unbelievably beautiful. Land Lines are now teaming up with Tigress Dance for a series of performances, the first of which can be seen here. Continue reading
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I'm still reeling from the announcement of this yesterday, I mean, how cool is this to begin with? Then, throw in that these shows are to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Who Will Survive and What Will Be Left of Them, which will be performed in full both nights. For... Continue reading
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I've been hearing about how great The Smith Street Band is for awhile. When they were announced as support for the Frank Turner fall tour, I couldn't wait to see them. They only exceeded my expectations. The set was high energy and emotional as hell. If you're in the US... Continue reading
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I'm having a hard time getting over how great this track is. It's a bit harder than what I expect from Fort Frances and I love it. "Plastic Hearts" is a crashing, forceful song that pretty much requires dancing. Lyrically, it's all too relevant. David McMillin, better with words than... Continue reading
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"Dude, it's Mat - can you bring a drill?" It had been five months since I had last seen The Front Bottoms, Brian, Matt, Tom & Ciaran. In that time, they've dropped Talon Of The Hawk - their second full length LP on Bar/None, and toured pretty much non-stop. And... Continue reading
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Indie legends Superchunk kicked some ass at Denver Riot Fest last week. Here's a quick photo journey through their set. Related articles Happening: Riot Fest Denver Giveaway In Pictures: Riot Fest Denver Live: Riot Fest - Denver Continue reading
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I'm having a bit of a lackluster afternoon and this just popped up in my inbox. Kate Cooper (An Horse, Iron On) has a new project, COOPER, and a fantastic new tune. "Flood" is some serious harmonies and a fierce drum track, coming together for a lovely, melodic, catchy song.... Continue reading
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The National have been a huge, gigantic, enormous part of my 2013. I'm still listening to Trouble Will Find Me almost daily, finding new pockets of emotion in the twists and turns of my heart. I have some airline credit that needs using and flying to Kansas City to see... Continue reading
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I freely admit bias as Against Me! is one of my favorite bands, but this was the set I was looking forward to at Riot Fest Denver. Laura Jane Grace looked and sounded absolutely amazing and the crowd went crazy. Both old and new songs were performed and loved. That's... Continue reading
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Basia Bulat visited the AV Club to perform a totally unexpected cover of Bruce Springsteen's "Glory Days". Covers of The Boss are a dime a dozen in the musical circles I run in, but this one is truly unique. Basia's take is played on the pianoette, also known as a... Continue reading
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I was literally just discussing last night how fantastic every band on Xtra Mile is and this morning, my inbox provided me with another one. "When You Cry" carries a strong Springsteen influence and I can only imagine what a great bill it will be when Northcote supports Dave Hause... Continue reading
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You probably recognize the name Andy Thomas if you're familiar with the Denver music scene at all (and hopefully I've done my job and you know Tin Horn Prayer well), so it was a given that I was going to purchase this book as soon as possible. I honestly had... Continue reading
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Here's a new tune from My Body Sings Electric with a killer beat and an irresistible pop punk style. "Keep It Simple, Stupid" is the first single off of Part 1: The Night Ends (out January 28th, pre-order here). Catch MBSE as part of 93.3's Not So Silent Night (featuring... Continue reading