Southeast Country met up with Southwest Country on Friday night at the Grizzly Rose. Continue reading “4/13/18 Reckless Kelly at The Grizzly Rose, with Slamabama”
Didn’t catch The Glorious Sons at Globe Hall last month? Don’t worry, we have your coverage right here!
Mile High Feedback favorites, Slamabama, opened up for Kyle Park on Friday night.
Since the release of Verite’s 2017 debut album, “Somewhere In Between“, she has been on radar here at Mile High Feedback. Currently on the road supporting Eden’s worldwide tour, Verite made a stop here in Denver on Mar 20, and left us under her spell.
See the slideshow HERE!
Based out of Brooklyn and L.A., Lucius is slinging their Indie Pop sounds and selling out venues across the U.S., including Boulder’s show on Saturday night. Continue reading “3/10/18 Lucius at Boulder Theater,with Ethan Gruska”
Girl Ray hit Denver’s own Larimer Lounge on Feb 26, promoting the release of their debut album, Earl Gray. The 70’s throwback trio is on tour opening for indie synth rockers, Porches. After wrapping up a very successful 2017, and their debut album met with critical praise and acclaim, their live show was just as quirky, melodious, and psych rock as we hoped! Check out the Slideshow, and find out more information on this Brit band HERE!
Photos by Veronica Lee
By Veronica Lee
Indie-alt band Ivory Circle celebrated the release of the new EP Scalene with a packed show at Walnut Room on Feb 23, 2018. The trio of bandmates was joined by a stage lavish of instrumentalists as they performed the new songs in addition to remixed and revised favorites. Lead vocalist Connie Hong soared, as her harmonic voice floated amongst the intricately woven orchestral arrangements. The electric energy that radiated from fans and friends alike drove a passion and purpose into the music that was contagious. The new music found home in Walnut Room and all cheered to a night to be well remembered. Continue reading “Slideshow: Ivory Circle – Scalene EP Release Show”
Review by Kurt Vatland
Diet Cig brought their Slop Pop from New York and had Alex Luciano on vocals and guitar, Noah Bowman on drums, Anna from The Spook School on bass, and Karli from Plush on keyboards and vocals, and SOLD OUT the venue Wednesday night. Continue reading “2/7/18 Diet Cig at Lost Lake, with The Spook School and Great Grandpa”
Playing his second show on the Seth Walker U.S. Winter Tour 2018, Walker and his band mates captivated the crowd at the Walnut Room in Denver on Friday night.
A freezing cold night could keep fans of UK giants, The Wombats, away as the band sold out the Gothic Theatre in Denver on Monday night.