Jordan Linit Archive

  • To call it “Hot in Herre” was an understatement last Thursday night when Nelly hit the stage at Cervantes' for a sold-out show. Labeled “An Intimate Performance by Nelly,” the pre-show conversation had people wondering what type of performance this would be. Would Nelly be pumping out slow jams, or did “intimate” simply mean we’d be up close and personal with one of our favorite rappers from the early ‘00s? Luckily it was the latter, and nearly every song that shot Nelly to the top of the charts over ten years ago was performed.

    Nelly – Cervantes’ Ballroom – October 27th

    To call it “Hot in Herre” was an understatement last Thursday night when Nelly hit the stage at Cervantes' for a sold-out show. Labeled “An Intimate Performance by Nelly,” the pre-show conversation had people wondering what type of performance this would be. Would Nelly be pumping out slow jams, or did “intimate” simply mean we’d be up close and personal with one of our favorite rappers from the early ‘00s? Luckily it was the latter, and nearly every song that shot Nelly to the top of the charts over ten years ago was performed.

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  • Denver’s own Ableminds have been crafting improvised, Funky Electronica since their inception in 2011.  After scoring opening spots for Bonobo and Signal Path as well as a set beside David Murphy of STS9 at Sonic Blossom this trio is beginning to craft a unique and sweeping sound which is no easy task in the world of improvised electronic music.

    Ableminds – Faces

    Denver’s own Ableminds have been crafting improvised, Funky Electronica since their inception in 2011. After scoring opening spots for Bonobo and Signal Path as well as a set beside David Murphy of STS9 at Sonic Blossom this trio is beginning to craft a unique and sweeping sound which is no easy task in the world of improvised electronic music.

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