Space in Time Record Release/Tour Kickoff
Native Daughters, Git Some
7 S. Broadway
Denver, CO, 80209
Doors 9:00 PM / Show 10:00 PM
This event is 21 and over
Watch & Listen
Space In Time
Space In Time set their time machine for 40 years into the future and stepped out into Denver, CO to bring forth their own brand of killer, ‘70s influenced, heavy rock and roll. Featuring Suzanne (vocals), Javram (guitar), Charlie (bass), Yancy (drums), and Vaughn (keys).
Space In Time’s first full length, self-titled debut was self-released in 2011. It contains 9 solid tracks of pure, blistering rock and roll. Their second full length album, Rock and Roll, was also self-released in September, 2013. The swirling Hammond organ and guitar's catchy leads play off one another bringing to mind the harder side of Uriah Heep and Rainbow.
The third album promises to be an even further trip into the depths of early heavy metal as the song writing matures and this well oiled machine that is Space In Time works harder and harder to bring you on the most authentic, head-banging, mind-bending, sonic trip to the early ‘70s... now.
From the minds that brought you Mustangs & Madras, and Get Three Coffins Ready. A five man journey into the depths of sound.
Git Some is a Rock band from Denver, Colorado.
Their live show is a testament to the catharsis that is Git Some. Emerging from underneath loud-as-FUCK blasts of noise, driving, angular punk rock thrusts the listener unexpectedly from all directions. A schizoid, heavily-bearded vocalist takes the reigns of the ever-accelerating, ever-destined to perish in flame rock n roll vehicle: guitar, bass and drums. Peals of feedback disseminate to relinquish a big beat: an intense rock, punk and/or hardcore sound that while completely their own, give the listener subtle clues as to their derivative roots.
Formed in Chicago in 2002, transplanted to Denver in 2004 Git Some wasted no time and self-released two e.p.’s, distributing over 5,000 of them across the US, Europe, and Japan while on tour in one of their other bands (Planes Mistaken For Stars). Since PMFS disbanded in 2007, Git Some have released a split 7” and 2 full length records on the labels 1-2-3-4-GO! (Cosmic Rock, 2008) and Alternative Tentacles Records (Loose Control, 2010).
Git Some have a new 3 song 7”, also to be released on Alternative Tentacles Records, (tentative street date of April 3), a tour the north east U.S. and Canada this spring with Converge and have plans to record a full length album this summer.
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