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  • Last Saturday night at the Hi-Dive, Denver's own Latin Ska ensemble, Roka Hueka, delivered a brief, but powerful set opening for legendary New York Ska outfit The Toasters.  Playing to an enthusiastic and packed house, frontman Andres Gonzalez belted out original tunes in his native Spanish as the band raged behind him and dancers skanked at the lip of the stage.

    Roka Hueka – February 4th – Hi-Dive

    Last Saturday night at the Hi-Dive, Denver's own Latin Ska ensemble, Roka Hueka, delivered a brief, but powerful set opening for legendary New York Ska outfit The Toasters. Playing to an enthusiastic and packed house, frontman Andres Gonzalez belted out original tunes in his native Spanish as the band raged behind him and dancers skanked at the lip of the stage.

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  • Since his days as the frontman of the beloved Jazz-Punk band Soul Coughing, Mike Doughty has been writing incredibly interesting, hooky songs that are sure to worm their way into your head.  For this tour, Doughty is touring with the largest band he's ever toured with - six people - making this a show you will not want to miss!

    PICK OF THE WEEK: Mike Doughty – Larimer Lounge – Sunday, February 12th

    Since his days as the frontman of the beloved Jazz-Punk band Soul Coughing, Mike Doughty has been writing incredibly interesting, hooky songs that are sure to worm their way into your head. For this tour, Doughty is touring with the largest band he's ever toured with - six people - making this a show you will not want to miss!

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  • This bill pairs the Latin Ska of Denver's own Roka Hueka with legendary New York City band The Toasters.  While Roka Hueka combines traditional and contemporary Latin ska with members from Mexico, Colombia, El Salvador, and the US, The Toasters have been called "Ska Pioneers" by Billboard Magazine and compared to the Ramones due to their longevity and adherence to core principles.

    PICK OF THE WEEK: The Toasters & Roka Hueka – Hi-Dive – Saturday, February 4th

    This bill pairs the Latin Ska of Denver's own Roka Hueka with legendary New York City band The Toasters. While Roka Hueka combines traditional and contemporary Latin ska with members from Mexico, Colombia, El Salvador, and the US, The Toasters have been called "Ska Pioneers" by Billboard Magazine and compared to the Ramones due to their longevity and adherence to core principles.

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  • Twenty and thirtysomethings, most dressed in what could be described as mix of  “punk casual,” mingled around the Fillmore as Frank Turner sang “Can’t I just spend the next four years at a punk show. Can’t I just spend the next four years getting wasted?” as he opened a cathartic evening of Folk-Punk.  This new track, entitled “The Sand In The Gears,” is a call-to-arms in response to the election and subsequent shit-show of Donald Trump.

    Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls – January 25th – Fillmore Auditorium

    Twenty and thirtysomethings, most dressed in what could be described as mix of “punk casual,” mingled around the Fillmore as Frank Turner sang “Can’t I just spend the next four years at a punk show. Can’t I just spend the next four years getting wasted?” as he opened a cathartic evening of Folk-Punk. This new track, entitled “The Sand In The Gears,” is a call-to-arms in response to the election and subsequent shit-show of Donald Trump.

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  • Friends and collaborators of 18 years, Jordan Linit (guitar) and Josh Fairman (bass) have studied the recordings that they respect and admire.  Intensely focused on the composition and approaches of classic funk recordings, with Analog Son they have cultivated a new brand of funk that fuses together vintage tones with modern production.

    PICK OF THE WEEK: Analog Son – Bluebird Theater – Friday, January 27th

    Friends and collaborators of 18 years, Jordan Linit (guitar) and Josh Fairman (bass) have studied the recordings that they respect and admire. Intensely focused on the composition and approaches of classic funk recordings, with Analog Son they have cultivated a new brand of funk that fuses together vintage tones with modern production.

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