New Denver shows: Slayer, the Knife, Old Crow Medicine Show, tickets on sale this weekend

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Slayer headlines the Fillmore on Saturday, May 10, with Suicidal Tendencies and Exodus opening. Tickets go on sale on Friday, January 24 at 10 a.m. The Knife brings its Shaking the Habitual North American Tour to the Fillmore Auditorium on Monday, April 21, and tickets ($32.50-$35) are on sale now. Old Crow Medicine and Carolina Chocolate Drops will be at Red Rocks on Wednesday, July 16. Tickets ($28.75-$50) go on sale on Saturday, January 25 at 10 a.m. Keep reading to see what other shows are on sale, what songs were played on local radio this past week, and what's selling at local record stores.

See also: All upcoming concerts in our constantly updated Denver Concert Calendar



Foster: With Bad Maps, Instant Empire, Sat., Feb. 15, $5/$7. Justin Hoss (of December Downfall): With Still the Sky's Limit, Pass Out on Porches, Heir Valley Road, Thu., Feb. 6, $5/$7. Wrekonize (of ¡Mayday!): With Kung Fu Vampire, Dirtbag Dan, G-Mo Skee, Fri., April 4, $14/$16.


High Five: Thu., March 6, 8 p.m., $10/$13. Tokyo Police Club: Mon., April 21, 8 p.m., $20/$25.


The Glitch Mob: Fri., April 25, 8 p.m.; Sat., April 26, 8 p.m., $27.50-$30/VIP $50. The Knife: Mon., April 21, 8:30 p.m., $32.50/$35. Slayer: With Suicidal Tendencies and Exodus, Sat., May 10.


Sevendust (acoustic): Tue., April 22, $21.50/$25. This Must Be the Band: Fri., March 28, 9 p.m., $15.


The Epilogues: With Flashbulb Fires and Abandin Pictures, Sat., Feb. 8, 9 p.m., $10/$12. The Hood Internet: Thu., April 17, 9 p.m., $10/$13. The Kin: With Finish Ticket and Oh Honey, Sat., March 15, 9 p.m., $12/$15. Odesza: Sun., March 23, $10/$12.


St. Lucia (DJ set): With Boyhollow, Tue., Jan. 28, 11 p.m.


Hellfyre Club: Featuring Busdriver, Open Mike Eagle, Milo, Nocando, Fri., Feb. 21, $13/$15. The Hounds Below: Thu., Feb. 20, $8/$10. Larry & His Flask: Wed., April 2, $10/$12. Saving Abel: With Blacklite District and Scarlet Canary, Sat., March 1, $12/$14. Stick to Your Guns: With Terror, Hundreth, Counterparts, Expire, Tue., March 25, $15/$17.


All Time Low: With Man Overboard and Handguns, Thu., April 17, $22.50/$25. Break Science: Sat., March 8, 9 p.m., $17. Conspirator/YAMN (CD release): With Acorn Project, Fri., March 14, $20/$25.


Katy Perry: With Tegan and Sara, Tue., Sept. 30.


Amos Lee & Colorado Symphony Orchestra: With ZZ Ward, Fri., Aug. 1. Flux Pavilion: Fri., Sept. 12, 7 p.m., $39.50-$200. Old Crow Medicine Show: With Carolina Chocolate Drops, Wed., July 16, 7:30 p.m., $38.75-$50.


SnowBall: Fri., April 4; Sat., April 5; Sun., April 6, TBA, www.snowballmusicfestival.com.


Bless the Fall: With Silverstein, The Amity Affliction, Secrets, Heartist, Tue., May 6, $18/$20. Ladytron (DJ set): Fri., March 14, 8 p.m., $16/$18.


Allison Downey: With The Downey Sisters, Sat., March 1, 8 p.m., $10. Anthony Ruptak: With Mike Munson and Jake Ilika, Fri., April 11, 8 p.m., $10. Owen Kortz: Fri., Feb. 14, 8 p.m., $10. SONiA & Disappear Fear: Fri., June 13, 8 p.m., $10.

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.



Northern Way - "Crazy" From Thin Air - "Miss Forever Alone" Vetta Star - "Autopilot" Host Club - "Flat Line" Sawmill Joe - "Bartender" Shatterproof - "To the Grave" SF1 - "I Know" Quitters Anonymous - "First Time" 14ers - "Start Over Again" PrettyMouth - "Blood Don't Lie" A Shoreline Dream - "February Truths" A Tom Collins - "Hospital"



Sugarloaf "Colorado Jones" Flash Cadillac & the Continental Kids "Did The Boogie (With Your Baby)" The Belle Jar "Union Station" Patrick Dethlefs "The Farther You Go" Patti Fiasco "Small Town Lights" Soul School "I Would Do Anything" The Fray "All At Once" Justin Roth "Rise" Drag the River "Wichita Skyline" Joe Johnson "Warriors Mine" Mama Lenny and the Remedy "In Danger" Kenny Perkins "Last Goodbye" Jim Stranahan "Hip Street" Dan Fogelberg "Rhythm of the Rain" John Oates Band "Sittin' On Top of the World" Five Iron Frenzy "It Was A Cold and Stormy Night" My Body Sings Electric "Living Proof" The Motet "Rich in People" Bop Skizzum "Say Something" Megan Burtt & Covenhoven "Fools Gold" Bad Weather California "When You Smile" Matt Skinner Band "I'll Keep Loving" C.W. McCall "Black Bear Road" The Wild After "The Ship and the Sea" Andy Hackbarth "Windmills" Raincheck "Boogalues"



Bishop W - Follow Me Bill Mulroney - Lovers Never Rest on Sunday Radius - There She Goes Beehive - Love That You Used To Do John McKay - You've Got Me In A Bind Landing Gear - Surprise Surprise Mack Bailey - Choose Your Attitude Jill Stevenson - Show You Deadbubbles - Without Warning Steve Glotzer - Los Cabos Serenade Blind Thistle - Coming Home Laurie Larson - Road To Elysium The Nadas - Walking Home Alone

Click through for this week's Top Sellers

Top Local Sellers - Albums & Downloads

Stephen Malkmus & the Jicks' latest effort, Wigout at Jagbags, came in first at both Albums on the Hill and Wax Trax while Bruce Springsteen's High Hopes debuted at number one at Independent Records and thanks to in-store performance by Railroad Earth, the band's new album Last of the Outlaws came in first at Twist & Shout.


01. Stephen Malkmus & the Jicks - Wigout at Jagbags
02. Deltron 3030 - Event II
03. Pretty Lights - Color Map of the Sun
04. Rhye - Woman
05. Washed Out - Paracosm
06. Father John Misty - Fear Fun
07. Neptune's Only Daughter - Lateral Drift
08. James Blake - Overgrown
09. Ty Segall - Melted
10. Laura Veirs - Warp & Weft


01. Bruce Springsteen - High Hopes
02. R Kelly - Black Panties
03. In This Moment - Blood
04. Kid Ink - In My Lane
05. Lorde - Pure Heroine
06. Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings - Give the People What They Want
07. Beyonce - Beyonce
08. Drake - Nothing Was the Same
09. Kendrick Lamar - Good Kid M.A.A.D. City
10. Eminem - Marshall Mathers LP 2


01. Railroad Earth - Last of the Outlaws
02. Bruce Springsteen - High Hopes
03. Rosanne Cash - River & the Thread
04. Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings - Give the People What They Want
05. Billie Joe & Norah - Foreverly
06. Arctic Monkeys - AM
07. Stephen Malkmus & the Jicks - Wigout at Jagbags
08. Valerie June - Pushin Against Stone
09. Lucinda Williams - Sweet Old World
10. Lone Justice - This is Lone Justice


01. Stephen Malkmus & the Jicks - Wigout at Jagbags
02. The Oh Sees - Singles Collection Vol. 3
03. Space Lady - The Space Lady's Greatest Hits
04. Bruce Springsteen - High Hopes
05. Arcade Fire - Reflektor
06. Crime - Murder By Guitar 1976-1980
07. Dead Meadow - Warble Womb
08. Neil Young - Live at the Cellar Door
09. Lorde - Pure Heroine
10. Volcano Choir - Repave


01. Martin Garrix - "Wizard"
02. Juliet Sikora - "Set it Off"
03. Mako - "Beam"
04. Nicky Romero - "Rip it Up"
05. Thomas Schumacher - "Hush"
06. Henry Fong - "Requiem"
07. Arty - "Riot"
08. JoeySuki - "Life is Calling"
09. Ten Walls - "Requiem"
10. Steve Aoki - "Flight"


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