New Denver shows: Excision and Deltron 3030, Michael Buble, PANTyRAID, Living Colour

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Excision is making his way back to the Centennial State to rattle the windows at 1STBANK Center for the inaugural Boom Festival featuring Deltron 3030, Funtcase vs Cookie Monsta, Brillz, Ill.Gates and Robotic Pirate Monkey on Friday, November 15. Tickets ($30-$39.75) are on sale now. Continue on to see what other shows are on sale, what songs are being played on local radio, and what's selling at local record stores.

See also: Our constantly updated, super comprehensive Denver concert calendar

Living Colour, who's celebrating the 25th anniversary of its epic 1988 debut, Vivid, will be at the Gothic Theatre on Wednesday, October 30, and tickets ($30) go on sale on Saturday, August 17 at 10 a.m. D.R.I., another act from the Reagan era, is also slated to make a stop at the Gothic on Saturday, October 19. Tickets ($17.50-$20) for that show go on sale tomorrow at 10 a.m.

Michael Buble's show at the Pepsi Center on Wednesday, November 20, was announced back in May. Tickets, which start at $54.50, are finally set to go on sale this Friday, August 16, at 10 a.m.

PANTyRAiD, which features EDM producers Martin Folb (aka MartyParty) and Josh Mayer (aka Ooah of Glitch Mob), headlines the Fillmore Auditorium on Saturday, November 9. Tickets ($25/$30) go on sale on Saturday, August 17 at 10 a.m.



Shooter Jennings: With the Reverend Peyton's Big Damn Band, Fri., Oct. 4, 9 p.m., $20.75/$25.


Blind Boys of Alabama: Thu., Dec. 5, 7 p.m., $25-$40. Elephant Revival: Wed., Oct. 9, 7:30 p.m., $22/$25.


The Skatalites: Tue., Oct. 1, $17/$20.


Orgone: Fri., Oct. 25; Sat., Oct. 26, $15/$17. The Phix: Celebrating the music of Phish with Private Gripweed Playing the music of the Beatles, Sat., Oct. 5, $10/$12. Rakim: With Sophistaphunk, Wed., Sept. 18, $22/$25. A Tribe Called Red: Tue., Nov. 5, $15/$20. Young Blood Brass Band: Wed., Oct. 16, 9 p.m., $8/$10.


PANTyRAID: Sat., Nov. 9, 8 p.m., $25/$30.


Boom Festival: Featuring Excision, Deltron 3030, Funtcase vs. Cookie Monsta, Brillz, Ill.Gates, Robotic Pirate Monkey, Fri., Nov. 15, 7:30 p.m., $30-$39.75/VIP $110.

So You Think You Can Dance Tour: Featuring Aaron Turner, Amy Yakima, "Fik-Shun," Hayley Erbert, Jasmine Harper, Jenna Johnson, Makenzie Dustman, Nico Greetham, Paul Karmiryan and Tucker Knox, Tue., Nov. 12, 8 p.m., $38.50-$58.50.


D.R.I.: Sat., Oct. 19, 9 p.m., $17.50/$20. Living Colour: Wed., Oct. 30, 8 p.m., $30/$35. Reverend Horton Heat: With Old Man Markley and Reno Divorce (12/31), Mon., Dec. 30, 9 p.m.; Tue., Dec. 31, $20/$25.


Destroyer (solo): Wed., Nov. 20, 9 p.m., $15/$20. Spirit Family Reunion: With Hurray for the Riff Raff, Deslondes, Fri., Oct. 18, 9 p.m., $13/$15. Teen Daze: With Camp Couselors, Thu., Oct. 31, 9 p.m., $15/$18. Tera Melos: Thu., Oct. 17, 9 p.m., $12/$14


Wednesday 13: Sun., Oct. 20, $13/$15. Shining: Mon., Sept. 23, $20.


The A-OKs: With Survey Says, Good Sign, Sat., Oct. 12, $5.


Action Bronson & Danny Brown: Tue., Sept. 17, 9 p.m., $22. Timeflies: With Chiddy Bang, Tue., Oct. 15, 7:30 p.m., $25.


Big Head Todd & the Monsters: Tue., Dec. 31, 9:30 p.m., $51-$76.


Michael Bublé: Wed., Nov. 20, 8 p.m., $54.50.


August Burns Red: Tue., Nov. 19. Chief Keef: Sun., Sept. 1, $20/$22. Less Than Jake: With Anti Flag, Masked Intruder, Get Dead, Fri., Nov. 22, $22/$25.


Crystal Stilts: Sat., Oct. 12, 9 p.m., $12/$15.

Continue reading for this week's Local Radio Playlists.

We're currently tracking the playlists from a number of different shows, including KTCL's Locals Only, The Colorado Sound, an independently produced show that is broadcast all over Colorado, and The Colorado Wave, which is syndicated on a number of stations across the country. Here's what the area's local-centric specialty radio shows were spinning this week.



Pull the Alarm - "Going Down" In the Whale - "Girlfriend" Five Iron Frenzy - "It Was a Dark and Stormy Night" MTHDS - "Party" New Romantics - "Killing Hour" Your Own Medicine - "One Man Show" Wire Faces - "Replicator" Codec - "Gra" Thee Dang Dangs - "She Moves" Attic Attack - "Silver Lining" Beats Noir - "Talkin' and Talkin'" Filthy T - "Gotta Believe"



Dan Treanor's Afrosippi Band featuring Erica Brown "You're Going to Miss Me" Bad Brad & the Fat Cats "Eyes on the Prize" Ten Pound Elephant "Talk to Me" Juno What?! "Take Control of Your Body" The Epilouges "The Fallout" Head for The Hills "Breakfast Noir" Grant Farm "I Come From the Country" Post Paradise "Digging Secrets" The Patti Fiasco "Small Town Lights" You Me and Apollo "Oh My Molly" The Jekylls "You're Probably Right" Jon Wirtz "Country" The Samples "Heaven" Darryl Purpose "Dreams of Life" Chris Daniels "Better Days" Finders And Youngberg "Driftwood" El Toro de la Muerte "Things In My Head" Air Dubai "Warning" [single] My Body Sings Electric "Oceancrest" [single] SHEL "The Battle of Evermore" Fierce Bad Rabbit "Shine A Light" Otis Taylor "Blue Rain In Africa" Cassie Taylor "Out of My Mind" Adam Bodine Trio "Up 'N Hear"



Dane Drewis - Sweet Music Ernie Lewis - She Moves Me RJ Ballard - No Worries Bedouin - Stepping Out Brendan McKinney - You Got It Wrong Andy Ard - Baby Don't Care Radius - There She Goes Rightfully Accused - Point Of The Matter Elmo Chesterhazy - Eat Around The Poison Royal Peeps - Sweet Life Alex Call - I Can Start A Fire Bruce Swanson - Limo Fulla Fun Tim Yunker & The Sound Junkies - Swing Set

Click through for this week's Top Sellers

Top Local Sellers - Albums & Downloads

Gregory Alan Isakov's The Weatherman was on top at Albums on the Hill, Tech N9ne's Something Else was number one at Independent Records while the Civil Wars' new self-titled album took the top spot at Twist & Shout, and the Cult's Electric Peace came in first at Wax Trax.


01. Gregory Alan Isakov - The Weatherman
02. Jerry Garcia Band - Garcia Live:Volume Two
03. Frank Turner - Last Minutes & Lost Evenings
04. Mavis Staples - One True Vine
05. Son Volt - Honky Tonk
06. Robin Thicke - Blurred Lines
07. Moderat - II
08 Elephant Revival - It's Alive
09. Pretty Lights - A Color Map of the Sun
10. Sigur Ros - Kveikur


01. Tech N9ne - Something Else
02. Five Finger Death Punch - The Wrong Side of Heaven & the Righteous Side of Hell Vol. 1
03. Jay-Z - Magna Carta...Holy Grail
04. J. Cole - Born Sinner
05. Robin Thicke - Blurred Lines
06. Wale - The Gifted
07. Daft Punk - Random Access Memories
08. Buddy Guy - Rhythm & Blues
09. Rich Gang - Rich Gang
10. Asking Alexandra - From Death to Destiny


01. Civil Wars - Civil Wars
02. Gregory Alan Isakov - The Weatherman
03. Gogol Bordello - Pura Vida Conspiracy
04. Buddy Guy - Rhythm & Blues
05. Michael Franti & Spearhead - All People
06. KT Tunstall - Invisible Empire/Crescent
07. Pet Shop Boys - Electric
08. Robin Thicke - Blurred Lines
09. George Duke - Dreamweaver
10. Daft Punk - Random Access Memories


01. The Cult - Electric Peace
02. Pet Shop Boys - Electric
03. Civil Wars - Civil Wars
04. Baths - Obsidian
05. Boards of Canada - Tomorrow's Harvest
06. Pretty Lights - A Color Map of the Sun
07. Dumb Numbers - Dumb Numbers
08. Explosions in the Sky with David Wingo - Prince Avalanche
09. Fuck Buttons - Slow Focus
10. Queens of the Stone Age - ...Like Clockwork


01. Hardwell, W&W - "Jumper"
02. TJR - "What's Up Suckaz"
03. Madeon - "Technicolor"
04. T.I., Pharrell, Robin Thicke - "Blurred Lines"
05. Nicky Romero - "Legacy"
06. Vicetone - "Tremble"
07. Josh Butler - "Got a Feeling"
08. Quintino - "Puzzle"
09. Martin Garrix - "Animals"
10. Sander van Dorn -"Neon"


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