Dedicated to “the people inside VSPW and all over…” including those incarcerated at Valley State Penitentiary for Women, Thao and the Get Down Stay Down advocate for the ability of all individuals, to recover, to progress, to “wake up,” and to get “a brand new way.”
After a lengthy 22 years, the mythical record had finally come to fruition. Thankfully, m b v captures the band doing what they do best, and while it may be a bit unfair to compare it to their last release Loveless, My Bloody Valentine confirms the adage that it is truly “better late than never.”
Local musician Scott McCormick stopped by OpenAir to chat about his new photography exhibit, which opened January 18. "The Art of Music" features original artwork featured on albums by local artists like Danielle Ate the Sandwich, FaceMan, John Common and more.
Listen to an exclusive CPR Performance Studio session with Colorado's own Rob Drabkin here! The Colorado musician will celebrate turning a year older with a concert. OpenAir is proud to host Rob Drabkin's 6th Annual Birthday Bash at the Bluebird in Denver on Friday, January 18, 2013.