The Weekend Six: Six Shows to See 03/11, 03/12, & 03/13

By: Hannah Oreskovich

This weekend is jam-packed with awesome events! Check it out peeps:

Today (Friday 03/011):

Trout Steak Revival with Caribou Mountain Collective & Augustus at The Fox Theatre in Boulder 9PM-Close

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We’ve officially been talking about this show for weeks and it’s finally here! Come get down with us at The Fox tonight with one of Colorado’s favorite bluegrass bands, Trout Steak Revival! Nederland’s bluegrass quartet CMC will be sharing the stage, and Boulder’s rock trio Augustus will get the party started! We gave away free tickets to the show this week courtesy of The Fox, and some sweet Augustus merch from the boys themselves! So come boogie with us tonight. Tickets are only $14 and they’re right here.

Listen to Augustus’ EP Into Frames for a sweet show preview:

Asalott at The No Name Bar in Boulder 10PM-Close

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Awesome four-piece Asalott is breaking beats behind the big brown door tonight! We just launched a whole feature on the Boulder-based band by our contributor Will, which you can check out right here. Come dance with us at the show!

Check out Asalott’s live synth set at a previous No Name performance:

Tomorrow (Saturday 03/12)

Apes of the State, My Friends Worship Satan, The Opiate Poet, Dead Work, & Patrick the Pirate at The Forge in Boulder 630PM-Close


Pennsylvania’s punk folk seven-piece Apes of the State are making a stop in Boulder tomorrow night at one of our favorite DIY spots, The Forge. My Friends Worship Satan, a punk duo, will share the stage, along with The Opiate Poet, and “the most metal folk band that plays ska punk”, Dead Work. Plus, local favorite Patrick the Pirate will open the show. Come one, come all. It’s gonna be a great night.

Listen to Apes of State’s “Things I never meant to tell you”:

WadiRum at The Laughing Goat Coffeehouse in Boulder 8PM-Close

WadiRum’s name and sound are inspired by frontman Stewart Erlich’s travels in the Middle East. The music is “raw, powerful, silent and loud in turns, and ultimately healing… with lush harmonies, warm bass and cello, and drums that move from subtle to explosive.” Sounds sweet! Come give the group a listen over a coffee or some wine tomorrow night! We get the feeling it’s going to be something you just can’t hear anywhere else.

Learn more about WadiRum here

Realtalk at The Lazy Dog 10PM-Close

Realtalk.

Realtalk.

Fresh off their first Fox gig, Boulder’s Realtalk are headlining tonight’s show at The Lazy Dog. We love this Boulder-based funky rock group, and are super stoked for this set. Realtalk always brings the party, whether they’re playing Nelly covers or jamming out thoughtful originals like “Freddie”. So make sure to hit the LD tomorrow evening and par-tayyyy!

Watch Realtalk’s official music video for “Freddie”:

All Weekend (03/11-03/13)

Frozen Dead Guy Days in Nederland -Various Times & Locations-

It’s that time of year again: time to get weird up in Ned this weekend at Frozen Dead Guy Days! There are tons of events happening and, of course, music! Some of the bands on the schedule include Gangsterish, In The Whale, Strange Americans, Intuit, Na’an Stop, Cold River City, The Samples, Dragondeer, Powerlung Rangers, Gipsy Moon, Lady & The Gentleman, Gasoline Lollipops, and a whole lot more. Peep the full schedule here and make your way up to one of our favorite mountain towns! It’s gonna get wild.

Watch Dragondeer’s “Don’t That Feel Good” video by Jam In The Van:

And for our radio feature: 

PS: This week, our Sunday partnership with Green Light Radio and Streetside Productions will feature a track by Boulder’s Cold River City! The rockin’ funk and blues outfit are play Frozen Dead Guy Days this weekend (see above) and their new album Thank You. Sorry. Love You. is rumored to drop soon. Tune in Sunday night to any of the Colorado Community Network Radio Stations here (95.3 or 95.5 Boulder) or stream Green Light between 9-10PM to listen to their recently released single “Could It Be”!

See you out there Boulder bros and babes.

-Hannah

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All photos, videos, and embedded tracks per the artists featured and those credited. This feature was edited for brevity and clarity by BolderBeat.

The Weekend Six: Six Shows to See 10/23 & 10/24

By: Hannah Oreskovich

Rain had yah inside watching Netflix all week kids? Well it’s time to get out and hear some tunes! Here’s your Weekend Six:

Today (Friday, 10/23)

Mitchel Evan & The Mangrove at Still Cellars 630PM-Close

Mitchel evan and the Mangrove and their matching suitcases.

Mitchel evan and the Mangrove and their matching suitcases.

Mitchel Evan & The Mangrove are a Boulder-based folk-rock trio who “bring together an eclectic sound of roots, rock, and blue music accompanied by tasteful harmonies and powerful lyrics.” We checked them out once at The Laughing Goat and it was a good time. Go grab your post-workday brew at Still and dance with these boys.

Many Mountains at The Laughing Goat 9PM-Close

Katie and Dustin of Many Mountains.

Katie and Dustin of Many Mountains.

Many Mountains consists of Katie Rose and Dustin Moran, who started playing together in Salt Lake City, UT before they moved to Colorado five years ago. They’re a couple and a musical duo who are going to bring some soft, sweet sounds to the LG tonight. Perfect way to jumpstart your evening on Pearl. Go check them out and listen to their track “Distant and Mythical” here.

The Indulgers at Conor O’Neill’s Irish Pub 10PM-Close

THEY WILL SHAMROCK YOUR SOCKS.

THEY WILL SHAMROCK YOUR SOCKS.

Celtic Rock. You heard me. It’s happening tonight at Conor’s. I’m not gonna lie- I’m a sucker for violins, so this seems totally worth checking out! The Indulgers are Colorado-based and they actually play quite a bit around the state. Their web URL is shamrocker.com. Need I see more? Watch their bio here:

Tomorrow (Saturday, 10/24)

The Powerlung Rangers at The Dark Horse 9PM-Close

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If you’ve never checked out music at The Dark Horse, you should probably head over because the names of the bands they book are always cray + I often have a hard time finding much info on them. Which makes the night a surprise that could take you in any direction. Who are the Powerlung Rangers? I don’t totally know, but I imagine if they were red ranger, they would use bong smoke to battle enemies. Show up, eat a burger, and live without expectations tomorrow night. Go Go Power(lung) Rangers:

Timber at Conor O’Neill’s Irish Pub 10PM-Close

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If you’re itching for Bluegrass, Timber is all yours tomorrow night! One warning, from the band: “While we do have a large Dutch fan base, we are not in fact a Dutch band.”  So there’s that Boulder! They’re local. Go howl with them at Conor’s and stomp around! It will definitely be a good time. Listen to their song “Little Maggie” here:

Both Nights (Friday, 10/23 & Saturday, 10/24)

The Floozies at The Boulder Theater 8PM-Close

The Floozies.

The Floozies.

The Floozies consist of producer/guitarist Matt Hill and drummer Mark Hill. This duo of brothers make catchy, electronic beats with party rock/funk vibes. They've developed a huge following and you can catch them either night this weekend at The Boulder Theater for only $20. Check out their song "Cheese" here:

See you at zee shows Boulder!

-Hannah

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All photos, videos, and embedded tracks per the artists featured and those credited. This feature was edited for brevity and clarity by BolderBeat.