By Bree Davies
By Emerald O'Brien
By Gina Tron
By Jon Solomon
By Drew Ailes
By Courtney Harrell
By Kyra Scrimgeour
Wonderlic is a four-piece funky rock band hailing from Denver. Our high-energy shows focus on creating a positive and upbeat environment that appeals to dancers and groovers of all ages. If you really want to get a feel for what we do, you should probably see us live and buy our album, available at iTunes, Amazon, CDBaby, Spotify, Facebook, MySpace or direct.
Led by dynamic young singer-songwriter/guitarist Nate Cook, young Boulder trio the Yawpers (named after Walt Whitman's promise to "sound my barbaric yawp over the roofs of the world") recall a grittier version of Wilco, with as much raw country sensibility as twisted indie imagination. Equally akin to Deer Tick, Tom Waits, Bob Dylan and Elvis, the Yawpers give a fresh blend of indie-country and rock 'n' roll.
YO SOY SAUCE W/ CACHEFLOWE
Yo Soy Sauce — enjoyers of enjoyment, Toms of foolery, star-crossed lovers of beat and rhyme. It is a campaign year, and booty-shaking is our platform. Juke the ballot box and come get all Hanna-Barbera with us. YSS is Brer Rabbit (Flobots) and CacheFlowe.
YOUNG AUSTIN AND NO DIFFERENCE
Young Austin and No Difference is an exciting electric blues trio out of Colorado Springs. The band, with Austin Young on lead guitar and vocals, along with a rhythm section of Noah Mast on bass and Tim Young on drums, is evolving the face of the blues. The young band has already been the highlight of many festivals, like the Stevie Ray Vaughan remembrance concert the past three years in Dallas and the International Blues Competition in Memphis, where it was a semi-finalist in 2010 and plans to return in 2013 to represent Colorado and take the title. Young Austin and No Difference has a new CD coming out at the end of the summer titled Blue As Can Be, with a sound certain to cross cultural and generational lines, keeping the blues alive and vital.
So...here is our blurb. Since our deal is that we are a party/performance-art punk band, we thought if we only had one word to describe ourselves, it would the word "Zebroids" one hundred times. Is that okay? Can we do that? Or we would be fine with the word "Zebroids" 98 times and at the end put "Fuck you." We don't take anything seriously. We just make art and party.