This week, Denver’s music scene is no different than the other 52 weeks that comprise the year. With a wide range of music, there is always a show to see at the various incredible Denver venues. The music scene compliments the unique life that beats within this city, and the 303 is too blessed to be stressed when it comes to live music. Let’s check out who’s gracing the area in concerts this week.

 

Monday, October 17

Recommended: of Montreal @ Bluebird Theater

Georgia’s of Montreal returns to Denver’s Bluebird Theater Monday, touring on their latest album, Innocence Reaches. This 12-track album is the 14th studio album for the band, adding to the many songs the band has already produced. Of Montreal has been making music since the ’90s, and is no stranger to live shows. Catch this set at the Bluebird Monday to start the week off with great music.

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Also see:

The Interrupters @ Hi – Dive

Tom Odell @ Marquis Theater

Black Rebel Motorcycle Club @ Ogden Theatre 

 

Tuesday, October 18

Recommended: Tobacco @ Larimer Lounge

A side project from Black Moth Super Rainbow, Tobacco, A.K.A. Thomas Fec, is a very experimental solo artist. Fec uses Tobacco as a platform to mess around with some of this electronic production, sampling many different sounds and melodies to create indie-pop music that has a very unique signature. Though it can get a bit dark, Tobacco provides a truly distinctive live performance that creates an atmosphere of euphoria. 2016 brought some new music for Tobacco with the release of his newest album, Sweatbox Dynasty. 

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Also see:

Ingrid Michaelson @ Paramount Theatre 

Chicano Batman @ Lost Lake Lounge

Lituation @ Hi – Dive

Zen Tuesdays w/ DJ Digg & Guests @ Ophelia’s Electric Soapbox

Deerhunter @ Gothic Theatre 

Skeletonwitch @ Marquis Theater 

Grouplove @ Ogden Theater 

Dan Andriano in the Emergency Room @ Moon Room

Wednesday, October 19

Recommended: Tory Lanez @ Gothic Theatre

Creating a beautiful marriage between R&B and hip-hop, Tory Lanez is a producer and musician who began to make a splash in the music scene with his 2015 single “Say It.” His vocal range allows his music to bounce from smooth to heavy, creating a very unique sound. Lanez has made music with artists like Sean Kingston, and this has helped him gain more attraction within the music scene. His 2016 track, “LUV,” became a club hit, and even featured a remix from Sean Kingston. This mid-week show at the Gothic will be sure to please R&B and hip-hop fans alike.

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Also see:

Cody Jasper @ Lost Lake Lounge 

Dave Hause @ Moon Room

Toi et Moi @ Ophelia’s Electric Soapbox

Mlima & Technicolor Tone Factory w/ The Wild @ Cervante’s Other Side

Tory Lanez @ Gothic Theatre

Immolation @ Larimer Lounge

Thursday, October 20

Recommended: Blockhead @ Cervantes’

NYC producer and muscian Blockhead, Anthony Simon, will be returning to Denver on Thursday. Blockhead will be accompanied by Lusine with Blacksmith (feat. Clark Smith from Dynohunter) and Mux MoolBlockhead. Blockhead is a renown producer, getting his name first out there with the rise of Aesop Rock, as he produced the beats for this indie-rapper and helped him to ascend to popularity. Blockhead in return received a lot of recognition as a producer within the music scene because of this, but his own music is a testament to how extremely talented he is. His iconic song and music video “The Music Scene” is one of his top tracks, as well as the euphoric “Insomniac Olympics” and “Carnivores Unite.” This humble artist is truly special, and Thursday’s show is sure to be filled with top-of-the line music and production at Cervantes’.

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Also see:

Hard Proof @ Hi-Dive

Chicago Farmer @ Walnut Room

Places Back Home @ Lost Lake Lounge

Kaleo @ Ogden Theatre

Gareth Emery @ Beta Nightclub

Luther Dickinson / Rich Robinson @ Bluebird Theater 

Friday, October 21

Recommended: Nancy Whang DJ Set @ Ophelia’s Electric Soapbox

Singer and musician Nancy Whang, of the legendary NYC LCD Soundsystem, will grace Denver with her presence on Friday night for her DJ set at Ophelia’s. Providing a very powerful solo show, Nancy Whang takes elements from LCD’s sound and creates a signature set of her own, filled with funky keyboards, catchy beats and sexy lyrics. Whang creates a dance-punk sound that borders indie but contains enough electronic elements to get you off your feet. Ophelia’s will be the perfect place to see this extremely talented artist, as it provides an intimate DJ set with the legendary musician. If you’re looking to dance yourself clean from this week’s trials and tribulations, Whang’s DJ set is a must-see.

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Also see:

Shpongle @ Fillmore Auditorium

Fruition @ Ogden Theatre

Beak Nasty & Telemety @ Cervantes’

Top Flite Empire @ Gothic Theater 

Forty Fathoms @ Marquis Theater 

Khemmis @ Hi-Dive

The Felice Brothers @ Larimer Lounge

Foxfeather @ Walnut Room

Hellgramites @ Summit Music Hall

Saturday, October 22

Recommended: Wookiefoot @ Cervantes’

Bordering the sounds of jam-band, reggae and psychedelic rock, Wookiefoot encompass a sound that highlights elements from all three genres, but stays true to themselves. Founded in 1998, the band has been touring together for years now, bringing a high-energy and unique show wherever they play. Cervantes’ will be no different, and is sure to be filled with immense energy and power as Wookiefoot does what they do best: put on an incredible live show. Wookiefoot also uses their music to create change in the world, as they are a non-profit charity organization who has helped raise hundreds of thousands of dollars to help those in need in third-world countries. They are the epitome of a band that uses their music and shows to help make change in the world.

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Also see:

Manufactured Superstars @ Beta Nightclub

Elle King @ Ogden Theater

Chris Lane @ Fillmore Auditorium 

Johnnyswim @ Bluebird Theater 

Benyaro, Dayton Stone and The Undertones @ Walnut Room

Screeching Weasel @ Gothic Theatre

True Widow @ Larimer Lounge

The Dillinger Escape Plan @ Marquis Theater 

Sunday, October 23

Recommended: Five Finger Death Punch @ Pepsi Center 

Five Finger Death Punch are recreating the sound of groove metal music since their inception in 2006. With dark but powerful lyrics, matched with heavy guitar riffs, deep bass lines and punching drums, Five Finger Death Punch create a sound that flows in and out of the rock genre. The Way of the Fist, an appropriate album title for the band’s name, was their debut album and really put this band on the rise. Since then, they haven’t looked back and continued to create new music. Their show at the Pepsi Center is sure to be loud and rockin’, feeding the hunger from Denver fans awaiting their return.

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Also see:

Schoolboy Q @ Fillmore Auditorium 

Trash Talk @ Larimer Lounge

Born of Osiris @ Summit Music Hall

Two Cow Garage @ Hi-Dive

Black Pussy @ Marquis Theater

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