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Pinback

Gothic Theatre : 8:00 p.m. September 23

Pinback has spent the last fifteen years writing hypnotic songs powered by the inventive playing of multi-instrumentalists Zach Smith and Rob Crow. "Loro," from the band's 1999 debut, remains its infinitely replayable peak. More recent efforts, however, prove that the group is capable of... More >>

Southwest Denver Suburbs Rock

Living Colour

Summit Music Hall : 7:00 p.m. September 26

Able to blend metal, punk, funk, jazz, and even some P.E.-style hip-hop into a potent hard rock groove, Living Colour enters its fourth decade as a band in 2014. After all these years, Vernon Reid, Corey Glover and company can still pack a mighty wallop, as their most recent studio album, The... More >>

Downtown Denver Rock

Shabazz Palaces

Fox Theatre : 9:00 p.m. September 22

In the first half of the '90s, Ishmael Butler went by the moniker "Butterfly" as part of the rap trio Digable Planets. After the outfit's 1995 split, the group performed one-off shows here and there, but since 2009, Butler has released music with Tendai Maraire under the name Shabazz Palaces.... More >>

Boulder Hip-Hop

Chvrches

Aggie Theatre : September 23

There's something in Chvrches frontwoman Lauren Mayberry's voice — the way it floats just above the bass and synthesizers, its so-slight-you'll-almost-miss-it Scottish lilt — that makes it always a little disarming when she drops an F-bomb. "So easy I bleed out / What the fuck were... More >>

Northern Colorado Rock

Macy Gray

Marquis Theater : 7:00 p.m. September 23

Who knew that Macy Gray was one of our best contemporary jazz singers? It took no less a force than David Murray to coax her out of the R&B closet and back onstage last year, where between costume changes she appeared to be having a blast vamping about vampires and other creatures of the night.... More >>

Downtown Denver Soul

Gardens & Villa

Bluebird Theater : 8:00 p.m. September 23

Gardens & Villa formed in 2008 and released its self-titled debut three years later. The Santa Barbara-based group crafted an expansively melodic sound that was also atmospherically thick and affecting. The act's upbeat, neon-hued, synth-focused pop songs recall an English new-wave project from... More >>

Central Denver Rock

K. Flay

Hi-dive : September 24

A Stanford graduate, K. Flay is smart and self-aware, which explains the name of her debut album, Suburban Rap Queen. To be certain, she has insecurities, but she is secure enough to rap about humdrum everyday real life, taking Flintstones vitamins and talking politics while boys kiss her neck,... More >>

South Denver Rock

Trust

Bluebird Theater : 8:00 p.m. September 24

When Robert Alfons started Trust with Austra's Maya Postepski, in 2010, the duo's compositions were right in line with a resurgence of '80s synth-pop. What set the project apart was the way it seemed equally informed by late-'80s EBM and '90s acid house. That seamless combination of influences... More >>

Central Denver Rock

Conor Oberst

Belly Up Aspen : 9:00 p.m. September 24

In addition to certainly, definitely being the next Bob Dylan, Bright Eyes frontman Conor Oberst was known in his early days for the intense stage fright that caused him to keep a bucket handy in case of mid-set bouts of vomiting. Nowadays, he's primarily known for having a name that looks as... More >>

Mountains Rock

Il Sogno del Mariano

Larimer Lounge : 9:00 p.m. September 24

Bassist Mike Watt co-founded Minutemen and fIREHOSE, and he's been playing with the re-formed Stooges. But over the last dozen years or so, he's also been busy with other projects, like the Secondmen and the Missingmen, both of whom he's performed with on his last couple of visits to the... More >>

Downtown Denver Rock

Coco Montoya

Toad Tavern : September 25

Guitarist/singer Coco Montoya started off as a rock drummer. Albert Collins walked into the club where Montoya was working, and the club owner let him use Montoya's drum set -- without asking him. Montoya blew a gasket, and Collins ended up calling to apologize. Collins phoned a few months... More >>

Southwest Denver Suburbs Blues

Demi Lovato

Pepsi Center : 7:00 p.m. September 25

Whether by accident or design, Demi Lovato has grown with her young audience -- from being the Disney darling of Camp Rock and Sonny With a Chance to self-medicating her way through a nervous breakdown and then becoming something of a remote mentor to teenage girls. This very public arc has... More >>

Central Denver Rock, Pop

Lykke Li

Ogden Theatre : 7:30 p.m. September 25

There is no one box to check for Lykke Li: Part pop star, part soul singer and partially just her own weird and appealing self, the Swedish performer can place her voice into any fold and command the instruments around it. The singer weaves lush and wire-like vocals among synthesized beats,... More >>

Central Denver Rock

Conor Oberst

Mishawaka Amphitheatre : 10:00 p.m. September 25

In addition to certainly, definitely being the next Bob Dylan, Bright Eyes frontman Conor Oberst was known in his early days for the intense stage fright that caused him to keep a bucket handy in case of mid-set bouts of vomiting. Nowadays, he's primarily known for having a name that looks as... More >>

Mountains Rock

DJ Shadow & Cut Chemist

Ogden Theatre : 8:00 p.m. September 26

Born Joshua Davis, DJ Shadow made great waves with his first proper album, 1996's Endtroducing, which has been lauded as the first album made up entirely by samples. By then, he'd already made a name for himself as a producer with some singles and production work out on Mo' Wax Records, and... More >>

Central Denver EDM, DJ

Ty Segall

Bluebird Theater : 8:00 p.m. September 26

He is the man that your head-banging, no-good punk ass needs to thank immediately for keeping rock 'n' roll brash, beautifully loud, unpredictable, and incredibly exciting. Over the course of six years and dozens of albums, EPs, and singles, Ty Segall, the 27-year-old Orange County-bred and Bay... More >>

Central Denver Rock

Juan Gabriel

Pepsi Center : 9:00 p.m. September 26

Juan Gabriel is arguably among the more important figures in modern Mexican music, having written some of its most famous songs, including "Querida," "Hasta Que Te Conocí," and "Amor Eterno." Gabriel has also worked extensively as a producer (for Rocio Dúrcal, Lucha Villa, Lola... More >>

Central Denver Latin

Blake Shelton

Pepsi Center : 7:00 p.m. September 27

After toiling away for years in the country music scene, Blake Shelton has enjoyed massive mainstream success in recent years, making several appearances on the Billboard pop charts. A stint on NBC's wildly popular singing competition, The Voice, has helped cement Shelton as a bona-­fide... More >>

Central Denver Country

DJ Shadow & Cut Chemist

Belly Up Aspen : 9:30 p.m. September 27

Born Joshua Davis, DJ Shadow made great waves with his first proper album, 1996's Endtroducing, which has been lauded as the first album made up entirely by samples. By then, he'd already made a name for himself as a producer with some singles and production work out on Mo' Wax Records, and... More >>

Mountains DJ

Lorde

1STBANK Center : 8:00 p.m. September 28

When Lorde became widely known following the release of her hit single "Royals," the term "goth" was quickly attached to her music, and even more to her visual style. Vanity Fair referred her as the Queen of Darkness. Well, the goths didn't get that memo, and Lorde's sold-out show at the... More >>

Northwest Denver Suburbs Rock

Phantogram

Boulder Theater : 8:00 p.m. September 28

In recent years, several bands have combined the hazy sounds of '80s synth-pop with strains of hip-hop and experimental electronic music. Phantogram doesn't just reconcile those influences; its songs are as memorable as anything that inspired them. It doesn't hurt that Sarah Barthel is a... More >>

Boulder Rock

Agent Orange

Larimer Lounge : 9:00 p.m. September 28

Though birthed in the dysfunctional cradle of the Southern California hardcore scene, Agent Orange never stuck to convention. Although the group's debut, Living in Darkness, contained the instant punk-rock classic "Bloodstains," the outfit's influential sound is equal parts hardcore, power pop... More >>

Downtown Denver Punk, Rock

Phantogram

Ogden Theatre : 8:00 p.m. September 29

In recent years, several bands have combined the hazy sounds of '80s synth-pop with strains of hip-hop and experimental electronic music. Phantogram doesn't just reconcile those influences; its songs are as memorable as anything that inspired them. It doesn't hurt that Sarah Barthel is a... More >>

Central Denver Rock

Agent Orange

Aggie Theatre : 8:30 p.m. September 29

Though birthed in the dysfunctional cradle of the Southern California hardcore scene, Agent Orange never stuck to convention. Although the group's debut, Living in Darkness, contained the instant punk-rock classic "Bloodstains," the outfit's influential sound is equal parts hardcore, power pop... More >>

Northern Colorado Rock, Punk

Murs and Mayday

The Black Sheep : September 30

A prolific artist and collaborator, rapper spent a dozen years grinding before scoring a major label deal for 2008's Murs for President. Since then, he's released nearly half a dozen albums, and the flurry of activity is typical of Murs (born Nick Carter), who's always been a hard worker,... More >>

Southern Colorado Hip-Hop
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