Larimer Lounge

Esme Patterson formidable at Larimer Lounge tour kick-off

[caption id="attachment_115268" align="aligncenter" width="580"] Denver singer-songwriter Esme Patterson's new album "We Were Wild" is her most direct offering yet. (Provided by Press Here Publicity)[/caption] There’s something formidable about Esme Patterson; she takes over a room, and Saturday night at the Larimer Lounge was no exception.

Autolux proves essential at Larimer Lounge

It’s been six years since LA’s Autolux released new material - and just about as long since they last played a gig in Denver. [insertSmugmug] During that time, the members of the three-piece have been busy - guitarist Greg Edwards rejuvenated Failure with the band’s first album in 19 years and extensive touring, while drummer Carla Azar played with Jack White’s all-girl project Peacock, among other things - but the space between records wasn’t especially long, comparatively (Autolux took six years to release their second album, 2010’s "Transit Transit", as well).

Low inspires reverence at Larimer Lounge Nov. 13

[caption id="attachment_110215" align="aligncenter" width="1024"] Low performs at the Larimer Lounge on Nov. 13, 2015. Photos by Andrew Bisset.[/caption] Low have mastered the art of loud, done peacefully, reverently -- and after over 20 years and 11 albums, showed a packed Larimer Lounge what that means.

PHOTOS: King Tuff at the Larimer Lounge in Denver

There are likely few people who know what actually happened at the Larimer Lounge on Tuesday. One minute King Tuff is ripping through the title track from the band's latest album, "Black Moon Spell," and what felt like a second later, pink blow up couches were surfing on top of the audience.

Residual Kid signs to Sire/Warner, thanks Denver for support

[caption id="attachment_96746" align="alignnone" width="610"] Residual Kid performs at 3 Kings Tavern during the Underground Music Showcase on July 25, 2014 in Denver, Colorado. Photo by Seth McConnell,[/caption] After getting its start playing shows between its hometown of Austin and its adopted hometown of Denver, teenage rock group Residual Kid has signed to Warner-owned record label Sire.