Sorry for the long absence, here's an update on our new project(s):
Denvoid 2-The Colorado Krew: Tales From the Colorado Punk Scene 1988-96. Longtime friend/former bandmate/roommate, Sonny Kay will co-author and bring in his insights and role in the scene. We've been feverishly slaving away collecting materials, interviewing people, and making the artwork for it. We will be releasing bits and pieces every week. Also, we've been working with History Colorado Center about having our book release event there (with live music?) in late 2018 as they gear up for their awesome Colorado Music History exhibit in 2019. Exciting times are on the horizon.
In the meantime, I will be traveling to Denver to talk to a class at DU on Colorado Punk and hosting a panel discussion at Mutiny Information Cafe, 2 South Broadway, Denver on October 26 at 7:30 pm with:
Jill “Razer” Mustoffa (promoter)
Arnie Beckman (Choosey Mothers)
Andrew Novick (Warlock Pinchers)
Jason Heller (Crestfallen/music writer)
Tom Murphy (former Westword music columnist)
Speaking of books. Robot Enemy shows no signs of slowing down. You can still order Denvoid and the Cowtown Punks and Sonny's book, Headspaces by clicking here.
In October, Robot Enemy will be releasing Patterns of Reconciliation by Matt Mauldin.