DIME Presents is a FREE new night dedicated to showcasing the best underground indie/folk/rock on the scene. We pride ourselves on only booking music we love, so always expect a killer line up.
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The Raven And The Writing Desk
It’s evolution, baby. After a year of turmoil, TRAWTD shed it’s baroque-pop skin for a lush, dreamy dark-pop sound inlaid with the heavy grooves and introspection of a year of change. Denver Westword says “The new music is nothing like the old. LiBassi’s lyric-writing has matured, and the hooks and melodies are more clear. It’s also stripped down, calm and full of tension.” The four members have an obvious chemistry on-stage that they’ve made a point of sharing with as many cities as possible on the road. On the heels of their 2015 release ‘some get started,’ TRATWD played over 70 shows in the Southwest/Northwest States including shared stages with Blonde Redhead, Owen Pallett and Built To Spill.
““One of the most original bands I have heard and played with in the 2 years we’ve been touring, throughout the world. Every time I expected them to do something, The Guestlist did something totally unique”
–Xavier Dphrepaulezz of Fantastic Negrito
(The Guestlist) has the meditative feel of a Rocky Mountain sunset. Chalk it up to the slow tempos, the haunting rounds of slide guitar or the bluesy lyrical plaints — whatever the source, the record offers a strong sense of high altitudes, late-night campfires and small-town calm.” – Westword Magazine
Sounds like #FleetwoodMac #TheLumineers
New to Denver, fresh from supporting Robert Plant and Tom Odell on tour, Wildflowers have uprooted from the UK and bought their poetic, folk-rock vibes to Colorado. Comprised of sisters Siddy (vocals) and Kit Bennett (keyboards) and mandolinist James Ashbury, Wildflowers are a full blown anthemic harmony infused band with their roots in the UK folk-rock and US singer -songwriter movements of the ‘60s and early-’70s.
As a band, Silver Face combine a number of elements such as late ’60s/early ’70s psych fuzz rock, late ’80s dreampop chime, and strands of folk, into a complex architecture of sound and song with a lot of rooms to wonder around in while kicking back and admiring the view.