The UMS at North Moe's!
Denver, CO, 80203
Once upon a time, there were these guys that played in a band. Then they met some other guys who played in a different band. Then some of the guys moved away to far off lands. Now everybody is back, sorta, and they all started a new band. So come check us out before one of us leaves the country again.
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Lionized is Matt James (vocals, guitar, violin) and Melanie Karnopp (drums, percussion,vibraphone and backing vocals). Using an eclectic mix of rhythms and instruments Lionized quickly en captivates audiences with a mix of folk, Americana, indie and even punk rock style.
Aspen Hourglass is a Fort Collins, CO based progressive/alternative
rock band consisting of Grayson Erhard, John Napier, and Sean Hanson.
The band blends a variety of genres meshing intricate rhythms with
unheard-of chord progressions into one flowing composition that keeps
the listener's ears engaged. Not only is the music of Aspen Hourglass
unique and catchy, but live shows are intense with energy.
Green River Vibe
Green River Vibe assembled through the collaboration between Ted Kleist
and Alex Mackenzie-Low. Ted Kleist took his so-cal roots from San Diego,
California, and fused them with the spontaneous and passionate
lyrical/musical compositions of vocalist/guitarist, Alex Mackenzie-Low.
The duo immediately found power in their collaborative songwriting skills,
constantly feeding off of their education in music business, production,
and performance at the University of Colorado Denver. They proceeded in a
series of drum and bass searching, aiming to find the perfect
accompaniment for the band, ultimately finding Mic Wolfer and Chris Cook.
Mic synergized his reggae-rock drum feels, while the minnesotan raised
bassist, Chris, lended his Minnesotan smooth yet defined baselines. The
group instantly found themselves making great music, and continued
expanding this sound with their constant desire to "cut the edge" by
throwing in elements of hip hop, electronica, ballad, and dub. It was at
this point that G.R.V. (Green River Vibe) began playing around at local
venues, consistently engaging in new opportunities, and spreading the vibe
to a whole new breed of listeners.