Kishi Bashi performed at the Ogden Theatre Saturday, January 17, on the first date of Guster’s North American tour. The multi-instrumentalist/singer-songwriter performed his unique style of intricate and intense stringed-solos, layered and looped harmonies and beats, and nearly operatic indie pop with a slice of comedy and bright smiles at every turn.
There are certain moments in our day-to-day lives that cause us stop the fury of to-do lists and time chasing, where we embrace a moment for all its glory: watching the sunset from the window of a plane window, breathing in the view of the snow-topped mountains as we climb higher on the chairlift, or […]
London natives The Noisettes ripped into the Ogden Theater like a Gallagher chainsaw through watermelon. This three-piece act with drums, guitar, bass, and vocals played a frenetic set of swank rock songs in support of their debut album, What’s The Time, Mr. Wolf? Fronted by the glorious Shingai Shoniwa on bass and vocals, Dan Smith […]
The Faint:Todd Baechle – vocals, guitarClark Baechle – drumsJacob Thiele – keyboards, synthJoel Petersen – bass, guitarDapose – guitar Let me just start by saying it was colder than a witch’s tit on the night of Election Day, and I ended up stuck in the will-call line for about 40 minutes because the Ogden Theater […]
God love John Mellencamp for trying to bring politics to the center stage by forming a legion of über-rock artists and embarking on a nationwide tour to promote voter registration. Unfortunately, straight talk and stern yet cautious diplomacy just aren’t strong enough. In fact, despite his admirable intentions, if you combined Mellencamp’s heartland hits, his […]
What’s more fun than flocks of scantily clad women dancing, singing, spinning on hoops and ropes, and covering each other in whipped cream? That’s right. Nothing. And that’s just what happened at December 12th’s Burlesque XXX-Mas at the Ogden Theater. The deliciously raunchy Kitten on the Keys was Mistress of Ceremonies for the evening, wearing […]
I was thoroughly disgusted when I picked up the Westword to check the time for the Agnostic Front show and saw the comment, “geriatric form of hardcore.” Webster’s defines geriatric as, “Of or relating to the aged or the aging process.” Continuing to tour constantly and put out hardcore records is for the aged now, […]