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Steal This Track from Indigenous Robots

On Saturday, Denver psychedelic rock band Indigenous Robots will release its third EP, "Castles." But you can steal a track now!   On first listen, you might be tempted to describe Denver three-piece Indigenous Robot as a "jam band." There's a playful musicality any twirling dancer would dig and a clever nerdiness to the lyrics, as exemplified by the band's name.

Steal This Track from Inner Oceans

Escape the snow by swimming in the Inner Oceans new psychedelic arena rock track "Ready Your Ghost," available here to steal.   In 2010, when Mumford & Sons and The Avett Brothers were getting huge, The Dovekins were a Colorado ragtag group of multi-instrumentalists who also played highly creative acoustic music.

Steal This Track from Rossonian

Looking for a love song with both bee and gun metaphors? Download "Ticklish" from electro-sensual Denver rock band Rossonian. In recent years, soul music has experienced a strong enough revival as to warrant a genre distinction, "neo-soul." Largely lead by Daptone Records in Brooklyn, the bands leading this revival quite often create music that showcases soul music's influence on funk and rap.

Steal This Track from Kramies

Thieves! Get your grubby little fingers all over this dream-pop track from Kramies. Kramies Windt, the Denver-based artist who releases ethereal pop music using only his first name, finds inspiration writing music while confined to his coat closet.