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  • Larimer Lounge, one of Denver’s favorite hipster-havens, played host to indie-rock quartet, Glass Animals, last Thursday night. To no one’s surprise, the up-and-coming band sold-out the small venue. Many were openly agitated by the lack of space, but once the music began, the humidity was embraced and the sweat began to drip. Dance moves ensued.  Look out for these guys at The Ogden or Fillmore sometime in the near future.

    Glass Animals – September 25th – Larimer Lounge

    Larimer Lounge, one of Denver’s favorite hipster-havens, played host to indie-rock quartet, Glass Animals, last Thursday night. To no one’s surprise, the up-and-coming band sold-out the small venue. Many were openly agitated by the lack of space, but once the music began, the humidity was embraced and the sweat began to drip. Dance moves ensued. Look out for these guys at The Ogden or Fillmore sometime in the near future.

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  • Following a momentous summer that included festival stops at Bonnaroo and Gathering of the Vibes, modern day Funk icon Karl Denson gears up for an equally busy Fall with the announcement of September and October tour dates, including a stop here in Denver at The Ogden. For this run of shows Denson and his band will be joined by celebrated sacred steel guitarist Roosevelt Collier, best known for his work in the Lee Boys.

    PICK OF THE WEEK: Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe – Ogden Theatre – Friday & Saturday October 3rd & 4th

    Following a momentous summer that included festival stops at Bonnaroo and Gathering of the Vibes, modern day Funk icon Karl Denson gears up for an equally busy Fall with the announcement of September and October tour dates, including a stop here in Denver at The Ogden. For this run of shows Denson and his band will be joined by celebrated sacred steel guitarist Roosevelt Collier, best known for his work in the Lee Boys.

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  • This summer, Kauffman, Aijala and Johnston have joined forces with nearly everyone, and this year's Kinfolk Celebration only solidified this notion, bringing in the fall season with a BANG.  Marking the 1-year anniversary of the devastating flooding that took place in the Front Range last September, this year's Kinfolk brought us hours of original tunes, impressive renditions and one-of-a-kind collaborations, and proved that our local community is stronger than ever.

    Kinfolk Celebration – September 19 & 20, 2014 – Planet Bluegrass

    This summer, Kauffman, Aijala and Johnston have joined forces with nearly everyone, and this year's Kinfolk Celebration only solidified this notion, bringing in the fall season with a BANG. Marking the 1-year anniversary of the devastating flooding that took place in the Front Range last September, this year's Kinfolk brought us hours of original tunes, impressive renditions and one-of-a-kind collaborations, and proved that our local community is stronger than ever.

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  • Although Riot Fest celebrated it’s tenth anniversary this year, it was only the second year that the festival has come to Colorado. The festival was originally located in Byers, but after the town refused to let festival attendees return for the second year, the event was moved to the blacktop at Sports Authority Field in Denver. Riot Fest is one-of-a-kind festival, with carnival rides and sideshows and a wide variety of music ranging from Rock to Punk to Rap.

    Riot Fest – September 19th, 20th, 21st – Sports Authority Field

    Although Riot Fest celebrated it’s tenth anniversary this year, it was only the second year that the festival has come to Colorado. The festival was originally located in Byers, but after the town refused to let festival attendees return for the second year, the event was moved to the blacktop at Sports Authority Field in Denver. Riot Fest is one-of-a-kind festival, with carnival rides and sideshows and a wide variety of music ranging from Rock to Punk to Rap.

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  • Last Saturday night at Red Rocks could have been the most perfect night on The Rocks all season.  The beautiful late summer day gave way to evening that was just on the right side of chilly and the steps were filled with music fans of all ages.  There were veteran rockers on hand to witness Grace Potter's 70's leaning Rock stylings; there were hipsters with an open ear for opener Lake Street Dive and their Jazzy brand of Folk-Pop; one thing was for sure, everyone knew this was a monster triple bill.

    Grace Potter & The Nocturnals – September 20th – Red Rocks

    Last Saturday night at Red Rocks could have been the most perfect night on The Rocks all season. The beautiful late summer day gave way to evening that was just on the right side of chilly and the steps were filled with music fans of all ages. There were veteran rockers on hand to witness Grace Potter's 70's leaning Rock stylings; there were hipsters with an open ear for opener Lake Street Dive and their Jazzy brand of Folk-Pop; one thing was for sure, everyone knew this was a monster triple bill.

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