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 & 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
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
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
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
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 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: