Nathaniel Rateliff and Land Lines perform for NPR’s Tiny Desk Concerts
Land Lines just finished touring with Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats on a trip that took the bands across the Midwest and through New York, Philadelphia and Washington D.C.
Watch: Nathaniel Rateliff plays Stephen Colbert’s “Late Show”
The late-night television trifecta is complete. Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats have appeared on Fallon, Conan and now, Colbert. No apologies for those fans expecting for an encore performance of "S.O.B." Instead, on Monday night, the Stax-signed act flexed their muscles on their debut album's opening track, "I Need Never Get Old." The cohesive display from some Denver's proudest musical sons captured a time when an 8-track was a distant idea.
Nathaniel Rateliff to play Stephen Colbert’s “Late Show”
First came Fallon. Then Conan. Now, Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats will take on the biggest late night stage of them all. Related: Our review of Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats' debut album On November 9, Rateliff and co. will perform on CBS's The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.
Watch: Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats perform “S.O.B.” on Conan
The whirlwind continues for Denver's Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats. A second national television performance has been notched on the belt for the hand-clapping bunch as they performed massive hit, "S.O.B.," for "Conan" in Los Angeles.
Nathaniel Rateliff announces 10th annual holiday show with Land Lines, Caroline Rose
Following a rapturously received appearance on "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon," a Top 20 Billboard debut and a wave of positive international press, Denver singer-songwriter Nathaniel Rateliff will brings his latest project The Night Sweats to the Ogden Theatre on Dec.
Listen: Just in time for Labor Day, Reverb’s best of summer playlist
Early September means the beginning of the end for summer. We know: it’s not fair. Like you, our seasonal bucket lists are still full of boats not sailed, gardens never sowed and, for the third time, Infinite Jests unread.
The moment Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats became Denver’s biggest band
NEW YORK -- Nathaniel Rateliff stands at the center of a small crowd at a bar in the East Village. He’s staring at the only TV, tucked into the corner, and he’s hoping he didn’t screw up; he’s hoping none of his bandmates screwed up.
Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats, debut album review
Nathaniel Rateliff has never been afraid to bare his soul. Solo or with The Wheel, his music sounds as if it’s been yanked out from between the ribs, each song a painful, non-elective excision.
Watch: Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats play “S.O.B.” on the “Tonight Show”
Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats made their television debut on "The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon" Wednesday night, performing their hit single, "S.O.B." The hype was loud, especially when Questlove from the Fallon house band, the Roots, tweeted some support just following the taping on Wednesday afternoon.
Watch: Conan premieres Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats “S.O.B” video
Nathaniel Rateliff needs a drink. And in the new video for "S.O.B.," which premiered on teamcoco.com today, he's preaching "gimmie a drink" to a cafeteria of inmates.
Delta Spirit to perform with Denver acts at intimate Lost Lake
Delta Spirit frontman Matt Vasquez isn’t delirious, but he’s close. Fresh off the first four shows of its new tour, the band just landed in their native Austin, Texas on a Southwest party plane, packed with actors, a writer from the TV show Friends and crucially, an open bar.
Deer Tick plays a surprise Hi-Dive set for Denver author’s book release
"We're almost Deer Tick," said the band's frontman and singer John McCauley after he and his bandmates had played a few songs into its mostly-surprise set at the Hi-Dive on Friday.
Deer Tick: On the page (and in town) for Denver writer’s new book
There’s the one about the lead singer dressing up in a chicken suit but never acknowledging it from the stage. The one about the drummer downing 16 shots of Kahlua in two gulps.
Listen: Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats share “I Need Never Get Old,” full-length due out summer
Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats, the R&B/soul project from the Denver singer-songwriter, has shared "I Need Never Get Old," the first taste of its upcoming self-titled album.
Land Lines connects Colorado’s indie music past with present on “The Natural World”
Martina Grbac’s low-key approach to her music sounds downright sheepish at first. “As a band we don’t really look around for opportunities,” admitted Grbac, the singer-cellist for Denver indie trio Land Lines, over lunch at Capitol Hill’s Shish Kabob Grill last week.
Nathaniel Rateliff holiday show at the Ogden Theatre in Denver (photos)
Nothing brings family together better than music, and on the Friday before Christmas, Denver's Nathaniel Rateliff gave hometown fans the gift of two sets at the Ogden Theatre.
Best Denver-area shows this week: Nathaniel Rateliff, Wild High and more
Hey, it's the holidays, so Reverb is going all-local for its picks of best Denver-area shows this week. We'll be kicking it with our friends Nathaniel Rateliff, Wild High and more this week.
The 10 biggest Colorado music news stories of 2014: Riot Fest, Schoolboy Q, Caribou Ranch and more
As Reverb looks back at the the albums, songs and shows that defined 2014, we wanted to take a moment to step away from our headphones to recall the happenings of the music world that shaped our Colorado music scene this year.
Denver holiday concerts: Five best rock shows to celebrate the season
Go ahead -- put on your nice suit or dress, shine your shoes, run a comb through your hair and head to the next showing of “A Christmas Carol” or a performance of the “Nutcracker.” Gather the family and drop nearly $100 for a Trans-Siberian Orchestra holiday show ticket.
Nathaniel Rateliff to release EP + full length with the Night Sweats, tour with Gregory Alan Isakov
Denver troubadour Nathaniel Rateliff has been wearing many different hats lately, gallivanting around with his soul/R&B band the Night Sweats and occasionally doing the proper solo show.
Selling out is dead: Denver bands turn to brands for support in a struggling industry
When Denver’s Rose Quartz announced the first single off its upcoming EP on Facebook this week, its thousands of fans might have noticed the mention of a major energy drink in the post.
Tennis escapes an “existential tailspin” to write third album, “Ritual In Repeat”
An hour of piano. An hour of guitar. An hour of reading. An hour of writing. Go on a walk. Repeat. This strict schedule doesn’t seem like a birthplace for creativity, but for Denver band Tennis, it helped overcome months of writer’s block and an “existential tailspin” to write their third album, “Ritual In Repeat.” On a recent Friday afternoon, Tennis’ practice once again comes to a halt and Alaina Moore and Patrick Riley are both leaning over a red keyboard in their South Broadway practice space searching through different effects.
10 best albums of 2014 (so far): Future Islands, Beck and more
So far, 2014 has been somewhat underwhelming as far as new music goes. Maybe last year spoiled us: by this time then, we had stand-out albums from long-loved acts like Daft Punk and Vampire Weekend to fawn over.