Talk Talk: Your weekly dose of Colorado music newsBy Julio Enriquez | March 7th, 2012 | 1 Comment »
Premiere: The Don’ts And Be Carefuls, “So Money”
The Don’ts and Be Carefuls didn’t need an exotic locale for the destination of their video for “So Money.” The angular rockers just shot one of their shows at some kid’s Bar Mitzvah and l’chaim! The single is from quartet’s EP, “Sun Hits,” that you can check out here.
Listen to new Dan Craig + Lost Lake residency
“In Dust Bowls” is the name of the new EP from Dan Craig. The solo effort is a hushed affair that should probably be accompanied by a shot of Stranahans to swallow the tears to be shed while listening to the poignant material. The latest offering from Craig was recorded out in Broomfield’s Global Sound Studios with Jamie Mefford. A celebration will be held all month long at East Colfax’s Lost Lake with a residency boasting guests from Nathan Meese to Jen Korte every Thursday in the month of March. Photo via the artist.
Night of Joy to release full length + tour news
If anything, Night of Joy proves the opposite of what its album title suggests: “Hardcore Girls Are a Hoax.” The trio will finally release its first full length album this month with a show at the Old Curtis St. Bar on March 21. The album release kicks off a mini jaunt that will see the three in the Land of Enchantment, amongst elsewhere.
March 22, Albuquerque @ The Kozmos
March 23, Tempe @ Foxfest 2012
March 24, Phoenix @ TBA
March 25, Flagstaff @ The Cottage
The Lumineers live at Swallow Hill
2012 is slowly becoming the year that the Lumineers will be everywhere you look, whether it be playing multiple shows at SXSW, on TV, on the road or on NPR. A recent session was captured at Daniels Hall at Swallow Hill on Dec. 9, 2011. You can listen to the gorgeous set of songs over here.
“Time Goes” with Mombi
Mombi has teamed up again with director Manuel Aragon on the new video for the single “Time Goes” from the album “The Wounded Beat.” The dreamy, atmospheric number (featuring Reverb writer Michael Behrenhausen on drums) plays gently against the backdrop of a city that appears to have been built of construction paper and fluffy clouds. Photo via Julio Enriquez.
Julio Enriquez is a Denver writer and photographer, editor of the Cause=Time blog and a regular contributor to Reverb.