UMS announces Sage Francis, Hellogoodbye, Gauntlet Hair - Reverb

News: The UMS announces Sage Francis, Hellogoodbye, Gauntlet Hair in third round of artist additions

Sage Francis wil perform at the 2011 Underground Music Showcase. Photo courtesy of Strange Famous Records.

Sage Francis wil perform at the 2011 Underground Music Showcase. Photo courtesy of Strange Famous Records.

The 11th annual Underground Music Showcase is now just over one month away, and Reverb has the exclusive first look at the third round of artist additions for this year’s festival.

Leading the pack is underground rap star Sage Francis, electro-pop group Hellogoodbye and newly-signed Dead Oceans act Gauntlet Hair. These come in addition to the previously announced headliners the Black Heart Procession, Ha Ha Tonka, El Ten Eleven, Bear Hands, Generationals, Royal Bangs and Colourmusic. Notable local additions include Boyhollow, the Heyday and Nathan & Stephen).

Tickets for the 4-day event along South Broadway in Denver, featuring over 300 bands across 25 venues, are $30 until July 20 and can be purchased here.

Click here to visit our past coverage of the festival and click here to see the line-up in full.

-NATIONALS-

Alone at 3AM
B Dolan
D-Rail
Deerpeople
E-S Guthrie
Gauntlet Hair
Goldenboy
Hand Sand Hands
Hellogoodbye
Lee Penn Sky
Liz Clark
Metermaids
Old Canes
Sage Francis
Scattered Trees
The Fling
The Orbans
Timber Timbre
Twin Guns
When I Was 12

-LOCALS-

4H Royalty
All Capitals
All Liver No Onions
Andy Monley
B Sous
Birdy
Block Scholars
Bobby Collins
Boyhollow
Broken Spirits
Broken Tongues
Caleb Slade
Careless Miners
Coles Whalen
Constellations
DJ D.M.X.
DJ Shannon Kelly
Double Shadow
Dynamic
End Hits
Eric Sanders
Fairchildren
Fresh Breath Committee
Genetic Engines
Holophrase
Instant Empire
Jen Korte and the Loss
Jesse Daniel and the Reckoning
Jesse Manley
Joe Sampson
Jon Boland
King Mob
Littles Paia
Mancub
Mane Rok
Microdots
Mike Marchant’s Outer Space Party Unit
Miss America
Moon Tides
MoRockin
Musketeer Gripweed
Nathan & Stephen
Night of Joy
Oak Creek Band
Pacific Pride
Patrick Brown
PatrickDethlefs
PowerPoint
Rachel James
Reverend Deadeye
Safe Boating is No Accident
Sam Well, Hell
Saturn Cowboys
School Knights
Science Partner
Seismic Event
Shady Babes
Sid Pink
Sin Desires Marie
Story and Clark
Sweet Tooth Meat Tooth
Tender Glances
The Apparition of Michael Glader
The Bonnie Situation
The Centennial
The Heyday
The Kentucky Street Parlor Pickers
The Mighty 18 Wheeler
The Mile Markers
The Omens
The Postman
The Royal
The Yes We Cans
Tim Hussman
Tin Horn Prayer
Triangle
Wanderdusk
Water Babys
Weather Maps
Zebroids

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John Hendrickson is the Managing Editor of Reverb and a multimedia journalist for The Denver Post. Follow his rants on music and more on Twitter.

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  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=744250308 Michael Trundle

    I’m hardly notable, but thanks you so much for the mention!n

  • http://www.facebook.com/DJDMX303 David Djdmx Mangum

    Thanks Reverb! hope you caught some of the action at Delite 12-130am Day 3

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