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Slim Cessna's Auto Club

Aggie Theatre : October 30

One of the most gripping live acts around these parts for the past two decades, Slim Cessna's Auto Club generally kicks up dust with equal fervor on its studio recordings. With Unentitled, the followup to 2008's Cipher, the band doesn't steer too far from its tried-and-true formula of dark... More >>

Northern Colorado Rock

Coloween

City Hall : October 31

Even though he covers the same subject matter as played-out rappers around the world, Riff Raff has earned a reputation for being bizarrely different and utterly ridiculous, possibly even borderline creative. Riff first appeared on the MTV reality show From G's to Gents, which focused on... More >>

Central Denver Hip-Hop, Halloween

As the Blood Runs Black

Marquis Theater : 6:00 p.m. October 31

As the Blood Runs Black is death core band from LA with a name to fit its music. Just like vampires who rely on humans to survive, or zombies who stick together to convert non-zombies, dark doesn't mean alone. Rings of Saturn, Upon This Dawning, Elitist, Those Who Fear are all hardcore bands... More >>

Downtown Denver Rock, Halloween

Lucinda Williams

Twist & Shout : 6:00 p.m. October 31

For the better part of four decades, Lucinda Williams has been one of Texas' best and most dependable songwriters and performers. Over the course of a dozen albums, Williams has moved from earthy blues and folk to jangly country/pop and has even dabbled in more contemporary sounds. What has... More >>

Central Denver Rock, Alt-Country

Hallowfreakenween

Fillmore Auditorium : 7:00 p.m. October 31

Never straying from its roots in pure house music, Above & Beyond has grown into one of the most sought-after acts currently touring, thanks to high quality music that evokes emotion and movement and, most important, forges a connection with the audience. The U.K.-based trio (Paavo... More >>

Central Denver Rock, Halloween, EDM

MiMOSA

Fox Theatre : 8:30 p.m. October 31

Nearly a decade into his career, Armenian-born Tigran Mkhitaryan, aka Mimosa, is settling into his own style, one that pulls elements from multiple genres, from grimy bass lines to smoothed-out hip-hop beats. With his most recent effort, Future Trill, Mimosa is building a brand that defies... More >>

Boulder Halloween, EDM

Brazilian Halloween

Mercury Cafe : 9:00 p.m. October 31

The Mercury Cafe does Halloween right every year — and for 2014, it’s throwing a little bit of samba flavor in with the usual favorites. “On Halloween, we invite our beloved dead to come feast with us and dance,” explains owner Marilyn Megenity. “Throughout the... More >>

Downtown Denver World, Halloween

Method Man & Redman

Gothic Theatre : 9:00 p.m. October 31

Method Man and Redman might as well call Denver a second home (as a matter of fact, we've overheard that every time they play here) since they come here all the time. Who cares? They always bring the house down and they love to pull some massive hits off of blunts. Oh yeah, Cypress Hill's... More >>

Southwest Denver Suburbs Hip-Hop, Halloween

Omaha Diner

Oriental Theater : 9:00 p.m. October 31

While guitarist Charlie Hunter, drummer Bobby Previte, saxophonist Sherik and trumpeter Steven Bernstein have roots in jazz and can improvise like madmen, they're well versed in a number of other styles of music. As Omaha Diner, this all-star group only plays songs that went to number on the... More >>

Northwest Denver Jazz, Halloween, Funk

Secret Chiefs 3

Larimer Lounge : 9:00 p.m. October 31

Trey Spruance first came to prominence as the guitarist in Mr. Bungle, with Mike Patton and Trevor Dunn. Spruance also did a brief stint in Patton's then-more-famous band Faith No More. After Bungle effectively quit being an active unit in 2000, Spruance took his interest in myriad musical... More >>

Downtown Denver Rock, Halloween

Forever Dangerous

City Hall : November 1

Having toured with Michael Jackson on his Bad, Dangerous and HIStory world tours in the late '80s through mid'90s, master guitarist Jennifer Batten clearly knows the the King of Pop's material. So it's not surprising that she's playing a "Thriller" themed show with a zombie costume contest and... More >>

Central Denver Rock

Lee Burridge

Beta : November 1

One of the world's most loved and respected DJs, Lee Burridge has stayed credible and relevant, despite the notoriously fickle nature of dance-music trends, over the course of a career that is now entering its fourth decade. From his early days playing in the nightclubs of Hong Kong and at... More >>

Downtown Denver EDM

Bob Dylan & His Band

Bellco Theatre : 8:00 p.m. November 1

Seeing Bob Dylan in 2014, you get the sense that you're witnessing a man who has reconciled with his mortality. In the '60s, when Dylan was more relevant to his own time than anybody, all he cared about was the past. Now, more relevant to the past than anything, he seems concerned only with his... More >>

Downtown Denver Rock, Folk

DeVotchKa

Boulder Theater : 8:00 p.m. November 1

In searching for ways to describe DeVotchKa's unique, rapturous sound, ambitious music scribes across the country have crafted effusive similes invoking terms such as "exotic" and "worldly" as they link the music to everything from Eastern European folk odes and polka send-ups to gypsy street... More >>

Boulder Rock

Wayne Hancock

Hi-dive : 9:30 p.m. November 1

Ever lie in bed and wonder where Hank Williams would be if God had given him a second chance? He'd be doing just what Wayne Hancock does -- playing unadulterated country in some modest venue, toiling away on the far edge of the mainstream. On his nights off, he'd sit in those same smoky joints... More >>

South Denver Rock, Country

In This Moment

Fillmore Auditorium : 6:00 p.m. November 2

In This Moment come off as intimidating to some people, and it's easy to see why. Founders Chris Howorth (guitars) and Maria Brink (vocals) are a real sight, with Howorth's crazy-long dreads, Brink's Alice In Wonderland-inspired outfits, and the intricate tattoos and cobalt eyes of both. But... More >>

Central Denver Rock

Lucinda Williams

Ogden Theatre : 8:00 p.m. November 2

For the better part of four decades, Lucinda Williams has been one of Texas' best and most dependable songwriters and performers. Over the course of a dozen albums, including her latest effort, Down Where the Spirit Meets the Bone, Williams has moved from earthy blues and folk to jangly... More >>

Central Denver Rock, Alt-Country

The Rural Alberta Advantage

Hi-dive : 9:00 p.m. November 2

Many people think of folk music as precious and pretentious in equal measure — the equivalent of arming whiny occupants of reality-show confessional booths with an acoustic guitar. But Canada's Rural Alberta Advantage proves that the genre doesn't have to be a drag. On Homegrown, the... More >>

South Denver Rock

Whitechapel

Summit Music Hall : November 3

Tennessee's Whitechapel crafts its malevolent deathcore with three guitarists. The down-tuned doom of this act is marked by finger-widdling flurries and false harmonic squeals, Phil Bozeman's disturbingly possessed post-Pantera vocals and a rhythm section that attacks with a cornered,... More >>

Downtown Denver Rock, Metal

Bear Hands

Larimer Lounge : November 4

Bear Hands first made waves in 2007 with the release of its first record Golden EP, bolstered by a nervy energy and politically pointed lyrics on songs like "Vietnam." On the Brooklyn band's 2010 release, Burning Bush Supper Club, Dylan Rau's incisive lyrics are very much intact, but the band... More >>

Downtown Denver Rock

Adrian Belew Power Trio

Boulder Theater : 6:30 p.m. November 4

Adrian Belew has lead something of a charmed existence as a musician for the last thirty years, from his first high-profile gig as a guitarist for Frank Zappa in 1979 to his later work with Talking Heads, Trent Reznor, David Bowie and King Crimson. Though possessed of preternaturally able... More >>

Boulder Rock

Misfits

Summit Music Hall : November 5

There's a reason why people go to a Misfits show. It's the same reason at least half of those people spend the show in the moshpit. At this point, the number of former Misfits members could triple the roster of Arcade Fire, and the band has spent more than half of its nearly four-decade tenure... More >>

Downtown Denver Rock, Punk

Jonathan Richman

Chautauqua Community House : 8:00 p.m. November 7

Jonathan Richman began his career over four decades ago as the leader of edgy proto-punk messiahs the Modern Lovers -- ex-post-facto legends that wound up being the farm team for future members of the Real Kids, the Cars and Talking Heads. His erratic power-pop pulse has stabilized since then,... More >>

Boulder Rock

Jonathan Powell, piano

Montview Boulevard Presbyterian Church : 1:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. November 8

With his epic Sequentia Cyclica, a set of 27 variations on the time-honored "Dies irae" theme, English composer Kaikhosru Shapurji Sorabji not only explores but expands the range of what a piano is capable of, from heart-melting tenderness to mind-blowing virtuosity, from Bachian counterpoint... More >>

East Denver Classical

Melanie Martinez

Larimer Lounge : 7:00 p.m. November 11

Two years ago Melanie Martinez sang Britney Spears’"Toxic" on The Voice and got three out four judges to turn their chairs: Adam Levine, Cee Lo Green and Blake Shelton. It was New York-based singer-songwriter's first public performance. Since then, the 19-year-old Martinez released her... More >>

Downtown Denver Rock
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