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  • The Bluebird Theater hosted budding singer-songwriter Vance Joy this past Saturday night. The show had been sold-out for several months and it was apparent once Vance Joy started to strum his first note that the sell-out was justified. Even though the venue was packed, it was easy to catch a glimpse of the rising star who belted out his hand-written love songs to a swooning crowd before he hits the road with Taylor Swift in the coming year.

    Vance Joy – November 22nd – Bluebird Theater

    The Bluebird Theater hosted budding singer-songwriter Vance Joy this past Saturday night. The show had been sold-out for several months and it was apparent once Vance Joy started to strum his first note that the sell-out was justified. Even though the venue was packed, it was easy to catch a glimpse of the rising star who belted out his hand-written love songs to a swooning crowd before he hits the road with Taylor Swift in the coming year.

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  • Sister-led Swedish folk-country band First Aid Kit sold-out the Ogden Theatre last Tuesday in their first ever headlining appearance in Denver. The well-mannered audience was a reflection of the stage - young women in the front and older folks in back. The short, but noteworthy hour and fifteen minute set that followed was a melding of aging influences and gorgeous young voices.

    First Aid Kit – November 18th – Ogden Theatre

    Sister-led Swedish folk-country band First Aid Kit sold-out the Ogden Theatre last Tuesday in their first ever headlining appearance in Denver. The well-mannered audience was a reflection of the stage - young women in the front and older folks in back. The short, but noteworthy hour and fifteen minute set that followed was a melding of aging influences and gorgeous young voices.

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  • Hipsters and Hip-Hop kids alike quickly filled The Gothic last Tuesday night, and the room was mostly full for openers Despot (please release your album!) and Ratking. This crowd skewed closer to early twenties than the late thirties ages of headliner Run The Jewels' El-P and Mike. This crowd was firedup, and well aware that they were about to witness one of the best shows of the year, Hip-Hop or otherwise.

    Run the Jewels – November 18th – Gothic Theatre

    Hipsters and Hip-Hop kids alike quickly filled The Gothic last Tuesday night, and the room was mostly full for openers Despot (please release your album!) and Ratking. This crowd skewed closer to early twenties than the late thirties ages of headliner Run The Jewels' El-P and Mike. This crowd was firedup, and well aware that they were about to witness one of the best shows of the year, Hip-Hop or otherwise.

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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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