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  • ATOMGA is building an empire for fevered, Afrobeat-influenced dance parties. However, staging sweaty dance parties is not ATOMGA's only intention. Consciousness is something this 10-piece afrofunk collective takes very seriously.  Since their inception, they have meticulously studied the hypnotic grooves and lyrical prowess of Afrobeat’s forefathers in order to maintain musical integrity and positively contribute to Afrobeat.

    PICK OF THE WEEK: Atomga – Gothic Theatre – Wednesday, November 26th

    ATOMGA is building an empire for fevered, Afrobeat-influenced dance parties. However, staging sweaty dance parties is not ATOMGA's only intention. Consciousness is something this 10-piece afrofunk collective takes very seriously. Since their inception, they have meticulously studied the hypnotic grooves and lyrical prowess of Afrobeat’s forefathers in order to maintain musical integrity and positively contribute to Afrobeat.

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  • The Ogden marquee was lit up in glory Wednesday night when Jane’s Addiction brought various generations of rock fans out to the relatively intimate room.  The venue filled up quickly with Gen X and Y’ers fiercely holding their ground in their chosen spot.   The 90's had a plethora of alternative rock bands, many failing to stay relevant and continue touring but with the arrival of one of the most popular, Perry Farrell devotees were out in force.  The crowd had lived through the days of flannel and Nirvana and were ready for a flashback.

    Jane’s Addiction – November 19th – Ogden Theatre

    The Ogden marquee was lit up in glory Wednesday night when Jane’s Addiction brought various generations of rock fans out to the relatively intimate room. The venue filled up quickly with Gen X and Y’ers fiercely holding their ground in their chosen spot. The 90's had a plethora of alternative rock bands, many failing to stay relevant and continue touring but with the arrival of one of the most popular, Perry Farrell devotees were out in force. The crowd had lived through the days of flannel and Nirvana and were ready for a flashback.

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  • From the Delorean parked out front to Marc Brownstein performing the narration on "Thriller" as the show wound to a close, last Friday night's long-anticipated Dance Party Time Machine was a major, bad-to-the-bone success.  A vast majority of Denver's local Jam, Rock, and Funk music scenes were represented, with musicians taking turns on-stage throughout the duration of the Dance Party's 4-hour throw-down. Denverites should feel lucky to have such incredible performers, artists, and musicians living in our midst.

    Dance Party Time Machine – November 14th – Ogden Theatre

    From the Delorean parked out front to Marc Brownstein performing the narration on "Thriller" as the show wound to a close, last Friday night's long-anticipated Dance Party Time Machine was a major, bad-to-the-bone success. A vast majority of Denver's local Jam, Rock, and Funk music scenes were represented, with musicians taking turns on-stage throughout the duration of the Dance Party's 4-hour throw-down. Denverites should feel lucky to have such incredible performers, artists, and musicians living in our midst.

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  • This artist-in-the-round performance features JJ Grey, Marc Broussard, Anders Osborne, and Luther Dickinson. For The Southern Soul Assembly Tour, these four talented singer/songwriters take the stage for an amazing night of songs and stories. With each artist uniquely inspired by their deep Southern roots, this tour promises a passionate, authentic, and deeply soulful homage to the rich Southern musical spirit.

    PICK OF THE WEEK: Southern Soul Assembly – Ogden Theatre & Boulder Theater – Friday & Saturday, November 21st & 22nd

    This artist-in-the-round performance features JJ Grey, Marc Broussard, Anders Osborne, and Luther Dickinson. For The Southern Soul Assembly Tour, these four talented singer/songwriters take the stage for an amazing night of songs and stories. With each artist uniquely inspired by their deep Southern roots, this tour promises a passionate, authentic, and deeply soulful homage to the rich Southern musical spirit.

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  • Denver band Tennis has seen the success of big stages, TV appearances, and critical acclaim, however their homecoming show Friday night at the Bluebird seemed to lack the same fanfare. The evening was a showcase of some great moments and great material but it didn’t quite reach the fever pitch you’d expect for a new album and a home audience.  In fact, the experience was undermined at times by lackluster stage presence and muted fan enthusiasm.

    Tennis – November 7th – Bluebird Theater

    Denver band Tennis has seen the success of big stages, TV appearances, and critical acclaim, however their homecoming show Friday night at the Bluebird seemed to lack the same fanfare. The evening was a showcase of some great moments and great material but it didn’t quite reach the fever pitch you’d expect for a new album and a home audience. In fact, the experience was undermined at times by lackluster stage presence and muted fan enthusiasm.

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