Twin Peaks, Shining Wires, The Blind Pets, In the Whale, Wire Faces, Residual Kid, the Outfit, The Octaves, brim liski, Not the Arrow, Indigenous Robot, the Big Get Even
7 S. Broadway
Denver, CO, 80209
Doors 11:00 AM / Show 12:00 PM
This event is 21 and over
Watch & Listen
Tickets are available here: http://www.ticketfly.com/purchase/event/239727?skinId=485&mode=v2&wrKey=4639DB8F7F922679798143C5B8FF6E8B
Twin Peaks are a three piece band from Denver, Colorado. Their debut "Oolaroo" was released 6/24/2011.
Featuring current members of Tin Horn Prayer and ex members of Only Thunder, Sleeper Horse and Ron's.
The Blind Pets
We like to party, we love to rock!
In the Whale
In The Whale originally formed in the small town of Greeley, Colorado as a fun escape from their main bands. When those bands dissolved, it quickly became their focus, and in February of 2011 they moved to Denver to be a part of the music scene and try to build a legitimate fan base.
Since their move, they have been the name on everyone’s lips, turning heads with their aggressive and energetic live show, in spite of their small numbers. The band finished off the year with an EP release show, selling out the Hi-Dive, a 300 capacity venue and the go to spot for up and coming Denver bands. The EP, “Cake,” is dirty and aggressive, yet surprisingly light-hearted (think Eagles of Death Metal meets The White Stripes).
With an absolutely undeniable live show and a tenacious work ethic, this local Denver band won’t be local for long.
Wire Faces has just released a brand new EP entitled "Diamonds & Gold", now available on iTunes!
The Austin band Residual Kid consisting of members Max Redman (12), Ben Redman (14), and Deven Ivy (14) have quickly made a name for themselves in the few years that they have been penetrating the local Austin music scene with their unbridled style of rock that pushes the envelope of inspiring and awe. A band of a combined age that equals the single age of most seasoned professionals in the scene, Residual Kid are setting the new standard for rock. It's heavy, it's grungy, it's punk, it's honest, and a whole lot of fun.
Hailing from Denver Colorado, The Outfit consists of four Colorado natives with a new raw and energetic sound. The Outfit's primary concern is to make music that people can really connect to. In April of 2009 they recorded their first EP at Uneven Studios in Denver. As they continue writing and preforming, The Outfit hopes to surpass the status of Denver's best kept secret.
a few guys who just like to rock n roll and high-five
This is Brim Liski. Happy depression. Electronic doom painted over with shimmering vocal layers and symphonic guitar tones. Dark, limitless night music perfect for driving down an endless moon drenched highway. Comprised of various underground producers in the US and The Netherlands, the project started in late 2008 and slowly but surely became an organic musical hydra. The debut release finds itself spanning eras of dark musical passages, polyrhythmic dance beats and deep, moving basslines all in which are inspired by the recent death of love, while also influenced by the blinding light of new beginnings.
Not the Arrow
Incorporating everything from straight ahead indie rock to delay drenched ambient to tantrum driven psychadellic freak-outs, Not the Arrow is a band of many faces. Making their home in sunny Boulder, Colorado Not the Arrow's members, David Goodheim (Guitar), Jamie Kraphol (Guitar,vox), Stephen Koelemay (Bass) and Graham Carlson (Drums) draw on a deep catalog of early 2000's to present indie vinyl collections as well as some mid-1990's sonic favorites.
Koelemay and Carlson met in an undergraduate poetry for non-majors class, "Who Killed Poetry" around 2003. They would reaquaint in 2006, carousing on a rooftop bar. At the same time, Carlson kept seeing a coke-bottle-glassed Kraphol at the Sundown Saloon and then again at a Spoon show. Not being a shy one, Carlson asked him if he played guitar which lead to a story about Kraphol giving it up after suffering index finger nerve damage from an avocado induced knife wound. Carlson told him to suck it up and he joined the band. For 4-5 years, they would play on and off, with a cast of rotating members under various names (limited success). It wasn't until David Goodheim, a musical theorist, composer and educator was produced from the casual encounters section of Craigslist that the band was able to hit its stride. Goodheim's versatility, mastery of tone and ear for song craft were essential in Not the Arrow carving out their distinct, lush guitar driven aesthetic.
Indigenous Robot is a three piece, Psychedelic Garage Rock band from Denver, CO. With a rhythmically driven, dark and smokey sound, their new album "Sleeping Giant" smashes conflicting moods and blends distorted guitar with organs and synthesizers.
the Big Get Even
Former members of Sin Desires Marie and Rabbit Is a Sphere come together to bring angular, contorted, dark and dancey tunes.
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