The Underground Music Showcase and the Museum of Contemporary Art are throwing a party featuring a few special guests: Denver’s Tennis and Devo’s Mark Mothersbaugh.
It was homecoming weekend for Denver’s Tennis who played a festive mid-tour gig at the Bluebird Theater on Friday night in support of their glossy and bold new release, “Ritual In Repeat.”
Denver’s Tennis has debuted a new music video for their song “Never Work For Free”, a cut off of the band’s third album “Ritual in Repeat” (2014).
In Tennis’ new video for “I’m Callin’,” vocalist Alaina Moore goes on a Nancy Drew-type search that starts with a found severed finger and an address.
“Ritual In Repeat” is an appealing next step for Tennis, mixing funk and soul into their repertoire without abandoning their charming song-craft.
After months of writer’s block and an “existential tailspin,” Tennis had to do something drastic to write its third album, “Ritual In Repeat.”
On a November morning in 2009, Real Estate’s Martin Courtney woke up in a new city, in an unknown house and felt perfectly at ease.
“They let all their coolness go and they just have fun,” Tyler the Creator says in Noisey’s mini documentary about the Denver music scene.
This week we sum up the new Jenny Lewis album, Edward Sharpe drama, Tennis’ new track and more in playlist form.
Following a move back to Denver and the release of the EP “Small Sound,” Tennis has announced the new album, “Ritual in Repeat.”