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  • Franz Ferdinand, one of the most influential bands to ever come out of Scotland, took the stage here in the US on Monday night at Denver's historic Gothic Theatre. The Indie-Rock band played a super tight show to a sold-out crowd of devoted fans who rocked and sang to every song.  The stage lighting, moody and sometimes dark, only added to the overall energy and artistry of the evening as they once again showed that they truly are one of Indie-Rock's best live acts.

    Franz Ferdinand – April 21st – Gothic Theatre

    Franz Ferdinand, one of the most influential bands to ever come out of Scotland, took the stage here in the US on Monday night at Denver's historic Gothic Theatre. The Indie-Rock band played a super tight show to a sold-out crowd of devoted fans who rocked and sang to every song. The stage lighting, moody and sometimes dark, only added to the overall energy and artistry of the evening as they once again showed that they truly are one of Indie-Rock's best live acts.

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  • Don't miss out on one of L.A.'s biggest beat scene artists The Glitch Mob. Custom-built technology that lets the band trigger samples in real-time, and play them like live riffs, infusing their electronic music performance with improvisation, and the energy and drama of a live rock show. Fresh off two raved about performances at Coachella, this three-piece group will dazzle you with their digital music prowess, get your tickets now!

    PICK OF THE WEEK: The Glitch Mob – Fillmore Auditorium – Friday & Saturday, April 25th & 26th

    Don't miss out on one of L.A.'s biggest beat scene artists The Glitch Mob. Custom-built technology that lets the band trigger samples in real-time, and play them like live riffs, infusing their electronic music performance with improvisation, and the energy and drama of a live rock show. Fresh off two raved about performances at Coachella, this three-piece group will dazzle you with their digital music prowess, get your tickets now!

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  • Bearded and tattooed men filled into the Gothic Theatre last Saturday night for a dual-headlining show with rowdy rockers The White Buffalo and Chuck Ragan & the Camaraderie. The beer went down like water but the crowd energy didn’t quite reflect it. Based on White Buffalo shows past, many in the crowd had their papers in order in case they didn't make it out of this one alive, but it turned out that wasn’t necessary.

    The White Buffalo & Chuck Ragan – April 12th – Gothic Theatre

    Bearded and tattooed men filled into the Gothic Theatre last Saturday night for a dual-headlining show with rowdy rockers The White Buffalo and Chuck Ragan & the Camaraderie. The beer went down like water but the crowd energy didn’t quite reflect it. Based on White Buffalo shows past, many in the crowd had their papers in order in case they didn't make it out of this one alive, but it turned out that wasn’t necessary.

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  • “Sold Out” signs and a long line greeted fans arriving at the Bluebird last Thursday night. Portland based indie chamber pop group Typhoon had graduated from the clown-car routine of fitting eleven members onto the tiny stage at the Hi-Dive and had sold out the Bluebird. Thick crowds of early twentysomethings stuffed into the front few levels leaving stomachs as the only place to safely carry a beer.

    Typhoon – April 10th – Bluebird Theater

    “Sold Out” signs and a long line greeted fans arriving at the Bluebird last Thursday night. Portland based indie chamber pop group Typhoon had graduated from the clown-car routine of fitting eleven members onto the tiny stage at the Hi-Dive and had sold out the Bluebird. Thick crowds of early twentysomethings stuffed into the front few levels leaving stomachs as the only place to safely carry a beer.

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  • Saturday at the Ogden Theatre was expected to be a night of good ole' Bluegrass.  The Infamous Stringdusters have earned quite a following in Colorado, going head-to-head with Colorado locals such as Leftover Salmon.  The 'Dusters, hailing from Virginia, came to Denver last weekend with gusto, ready to impress the Rocky Mountain Bluegrass fans.  The crowd was just large enough that there was plenty of room to dance comfortably.

    The Infamous Stringdusters – April 12th – Ogden Theatre

    Saturday at the Ogden Theatre was expected to be a night of good ole' Bluegrass. The Infamous Stringdusters have earned quite a following in Colorado, going head-to-head with Colorado locals such as Leftover Salmon. The 'Dusters, hailing from Virginia, came to Denver last weekend with gusto, ready to impress the Rocky Mountain Bluegrass fans. The crowd was just large enough that there was plenty of room to dance comfortably.

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