The electronic kin to the psychedelic jam bands of generations past, EOTO provides an entirely improvised act each night. Always evolving, the duo has adopted dubstep, punk, metal, and more, punctuating performances with whatever it takes to make you get up and dance. Sat 7:30 p.m.
These melodic hard rockers with a misleading name bring plenty of emotion to their music. In the decade since their initial Billboard success—their self-titled debut was certified gold in 2003—they've matured as musicians and overcome personal roadblocks to create songs begging for mainstream attention. Fri 7:30 p.m.
Eight Canadian brothers and sisters mine their Celtic roots and Christmas traditions for a holiday concert with a decidedly Irish flair. The group combines fiddles, keyboards, and other instruments in a hectic, energetic, and seamless fashion that could only be borne of the love-hate relationships all siblings share. Sat 7:30 p.m.
The Colorado Symphony percussionists thump their way through a range of instruments from around the world in this annual event. Their repertoire includes some atypical "drums" (think: trash cans and plastic pipe) in addition to the "standard" boobams, darabukkas, and gankoguis. Sun 2:30 p.m.
Electronic dance music innovators, college campus mainstays, and longtime Internet favorites, this Youtube-taught DJ duo embarks on its IRL tour. Before the "Harlem Shake" brought the Southern hip-hop "trap" style and electronic dance fusion to the music mainstream, Flosstradamus was busy creating the genre. Sat 9 p.m.
A lot can change in a decade. For Vanessa Carlton that’s meant transforming from a bubbly pop princess into a soulful songstress. Although Carlton's newest album doesn't come out until early 2014, her latest single, "I'll Wait For You," gives listeners a taste of what's to come. Carlton’s voice is ethereal, yet haunting—a welcome departure from the singer’s pop roots. Thu 8 p.m.
This three-day summit brings Denver's budding musicians, local fans, and industry professionals together to share ideas and inspire ingenuity about making the business sustainable in a digital era. In addition to panels and workshops, musicians such as Gregory Alan Isokav and Esme Patterson (Paper Bird) will perform. Friday's events will take place at the Mercury Café.
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