Listen to new Air Dubai, Big Gigantic goes big at Red Rocks, Goldrush festival compilation, more music newsBy Julio Enriquez | September 18th, 2012 | No Comments »
Air Dubai’s new track “All Day” is the first single off the band’s sophomore album, “Be Calm,” and it has that new school feel. You know, the kind that wears a letterman’s jacket and strolls down the hall late to first period.
Mile High Horror Music Showcase 2012
The Mile High Horror Film Festival celebrates all things fright. The three-day event will feature cinema, panels and special guests at Denver Film Center/Colfax Oct. 5-7. This year, fans can celebrate music as well because the Mile High Horror Music Showcase will take the Walnut Room by storm Sept. 27-29. Look for performances from Talk Talk favorites In the Whale, Panal S.A.de C.V. and many more. Prepare to have a frighteningly good time. Too obvious?
Blacktop Festival 2012
The inaugural Blacktop Festival will see an impressive combination of video, art, music (Cody Chesnutt, Nurses), comedy, local food vendors and a slew of stimuli for the whole community to enjoy. The hoedown will take place Sept. 29 at the Denver Performing Arts Complex. Great news for those of you low on endz, because entry to the festival is free.
Stream the Goldrush II compilation
The Goldrush Music Festival will be hitting the Deer Pile above City O’ City this weekend, Sept. 21-22, and the Goldrush crew wants to make sure fans are well versed with the lineup. Stream the compilation below and get your schedules ready for the two-day festival. Pick up your tickets here.
Big Gigantic takes the “Road to Rowdytown”
Big Gigantic has decided to finally go along with its namesake and do things on the larger side of things. The Boulder crew will be the first act at Red Rocks to have projection mapping integrated into a performance. The ambitious feat will take place on the rocks compliments of Ghost Pixel Visuals. Talk about the normal concert going experience taken up several notches. Here, the characters in “The Road to Rowdytown” video resemble extras from “Wet Hot American Summer.” Well done, guys.
Julio Enriquez is a Denver writer and photographer, editor of the Cause=Time blog and a regular contributor to Reverb.