Things are bumpin' pretty frequently at The Larimer Lounge.
This week, we’ve tried to bring you different local venues where you can catch a show any night of the week. Today, we’re featuring Denver’s Larimer Lounge. The Larimer has an intimate rock-club vibe where you can mosh one night and dance away the next. They book a variety of shows and it’s the type of place that no matter where you stand, you have a great view. It’s a smaller venue, so performances are always electrically energetic. They book both local talent and touring acts, which is one reason we really love them. And they're in a cool Denver neighborhood where other music is happening. So without further ado, here are their headlining acts for the next week:
Friday July 10th - Eternal Summers (9PM)
It’s Friday and it’s summer! So it’s a great night to go catch Virginia-based “noise pop, power rock trio” Eternal Summers. They’ll help you pretend it’s summer (and the weekend) forever with some dancey fun. Not too long ago, they shared the stage with Surfer Blood, who we just featured here. Check out the ES sound here.
Saturday July 11th - K.Flay (9PM)
K.Flay has already played some big name festivals, including Bonnaroo, Outside Lands, and The Governor’s Ball. So catching her in a small setting if you’re into her indie-hip-hip ways would be a super treat. She released her debut album Life as a Dog two years ago and is still riding that wave. Listen to her here.
Sunday July 12th - The Griswalds (9PM)
We’ve been digging on a bunch of Australian artists this summer and The Griswalds have been on our radar. They call their sound “pop-punk, crazy fun psychobilly” and we imagine their live show is as entertaining as this description makes it sound. They’ll bring the party before you’re stuck in another work week. Check them out here.
Monday July 13th - The Garden (8PM)
To keep the punk going, Orange County’s The Garden will be at the Larimer Monday. Composed of twin brothers Wyatt and Fletcher Shears, “together the twins are an acidic concoction; unstable, sexy, and probably toxic”. These are the boys your mamma said to stay away from. Listen to them here.
Tuesday July 14th - Jay Brannan (730PM) and late-night Dorsia (10PM)
Here’s what we mean when we say The Larimer books an awesome variety of things. After two nights of punkin’ it, Jay Brannan will be bringing his “sweet and sad folk songs” to the stage. He’s a singer-songwriter you can listen to here. And then following his set, the Larimer is hosting death metal band Dorsia for a late-night deal, who are sure to scare all of Jay Brannan’s crowd away.
Wednesday July 15th - Sarah Bethe Nelson (9PM)
Nelson is a bartender turned rocker chick from “San Francisco’s close-knit rock and roll community.” She was recently signed to Burger Records (awesome!) and is touring on her recent release Fast-Moving Clouds. Let her kiss you with guitar ballads and listen to her here.
Thursday July 16th - Signs and Signals EP Release Party (8PM)
Local, local, local! That’s what we love! And EP release shows are the best! So roll to the Larimer next Thursday and support Denver band Signs and Signals, an alt-rock band who say their music is “genuine, heartfelt, and all original.” If you can’t make this show, catch them at UMS on July 25th. Or listen to them here.