Denver electro-funk staple just dropped a full-length live album. Recorded at this year’s Sonic Bloom, it’s the perfect release to get you through your Friday and into the weekend. Not only will this release hold you over until you clock out today, it will hold you over until the Tnertle’s next album, due out this December.

Live at Sonic Bloom 2018 features both released and unreleased tracks, including “Dance All Night,” “Dope,” a seven-minute mix of their usual live cover “Snake Charmer” and even an untitled track from their upcoming album. But the untitled song isn’t the only unreleased track you can check out — “Rando” is another taste of Tnertle’s upcoming album.

Raymond Salazar — a feature on a handful of Tnertle tracks — made an appearance for Tnertle’s Sonic Bloom set and thus is featured on the live album. Knowledge Thyself is also featured on Live at Sonic Bloom. Trent Campbell, frontman of Tnertle, said that he’s been wanting to work with Knowledge Thyself for quite some time, and the musician just happened to be at Sonic Bloom this year leading to a live collaboration between the two. Not only are there guest vocalists on the live album, cellist Keith Snow sat in on the Sonic Bloom set — his first-ever full performance with Tnertle.

“There’s a lot of really cool stuff [on the album] with the classic Tnertle — big beats and melodies — but then some more extended jams. We still go through all of our genres — dance, hip-hop and funk. I’m excited to give people more material to jam on.” – Trent Campbell, Tnertle

There you have it, everyone — dance your way into the weekend with this funky display of Tnertle’s live talent. Tnertle is performing at this weekend’s free music festival, Bohemian Nights in Fort Collins at 3:40 p.m. on Sunday. They’re also playing a set on August 16 at Cervantes’ with Breaking Biscuits headlining.

Go here for more information on Bohemian Nights, here for more information on the Cervantes’ show and here to keep up with Tnertle’s full show schedule. 

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