Born in the Flood reunion, Decadence on NYE, 3OH!3 on "The Gorburger Show," more music news - Reverb

Born in the Flood reunion, Decadence on NYE, 3OH!3 on “The Gorburger Show,” more music news

Nathaniel Rateliff and Joseph Pope III of Born in the Flood. Photo courtesy of the band.

Nathaniel Rateliff and Joseph Pope III of Born in the Flood. Photo courtesy of the band.

Say what? Born in the Flood is reuniting. Word has it that the reunion show will take place Dec. 21 and a long lost second album will be released soon. In other news, BITF’s Nathaniel Rateliff will support Wilco at Vail Snow Daze in December. Photo via Karl Gehring.

Global Dance Fest + NYE = Decadence

You see that? That’s your Facebook invitation stack getting pumped full of New Year’s Eve parties. The braintrust from the Triad Dragons is bringing “DECADENCE NEW YEAR’S EVE 2012″ to the Colorado Convention Center with an imprerssive first phase of acts announced this week. Look for Zed’s Dead, Mimosa, Paul Basic and Fury to hit the decks in what looks like a lights out evening full of smashing beats and glittery lights. Head over here for tickets and more information.

Achille Lauro and “Goddess an Island”

Achille Lauro has mastered the delicate art of the time lapse. And if your year has been good as the psych-rock jammers, you’d want to rewatch that year celebrating the release of their latest album via Hot Congress, “Flight or Flight.”

3OH!3 + “The Gorburger Show”

3OH!3 ::: Mile High Music Festival

Ambassadors of Boulder, 3OH!3, are in full promo mode. The electro dudes recently appeared on Funny or Die & The Warner Sound’s crackpot spectacle, “The Gorburger Show.” Gorburger is an outer space alien that has taken the Japanese equivalent of CNN hostage to interview celebrities and musicians while keeping the personality of an overworked cabby in Manhattan. Look for the guys to release their fourth album, “Omens,” Dec. 4. Photo via Julio Enriquez.

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em>Julio Enriquez is a Denver writer and photographer, editor of the Cause=Time blog and a regular contributor to Reverb.

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