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Velvets dominate Gothic theatre

What better way to eat Thanksgiving than to dance and listen to live music? This Friday, November 26, local rock موسيقى velvet will address gothic theater, to deliver a music-packed show from her debut album.

The band members describe their work on Daydream nightmare such as “stripping rock ‘n’ roll to its most primitive elements – country, rhythm, snarls – and reconstructing it in [our] their own image. They’ll perform the entire album, playing everything from “Dark Horse,” a rocking ballad with rocking, percussive power chords, to “What a Smile Can Hide,” a heavy, unsettling lyrical thunderstorm.

Daydream nightmareProduced by Grammy Award Winner Dan Auerbach subordinate black keysReleased October 8. That was just one accomplishment in a busy year for Velvet: the group was Guns N’ Roses editorial in August and took over the main stage of the Westword Music Showcase in September, the concert that A Westward story cover In it, Kyle Harris admitted: “I’ve interviewed hundreds of musicians, many of whom have been successful, but I’ve never met rock stars like these natural-born ones.”

The trio, with singer and guitarist Demi Demetro and drummers Johnny Fig and Baby Buttersmith, play some of the heaviest music in Denver, full of powerful vocals and powerful rhythms delivered with grunge frequency.

Demetro and Buttersmith met at a rock show in Boulder when they were fifteen and fourteen years old, respectively. They debuted as Velveteers in 2014, becoming a trio with the addition of Dimitro’s brother – before deciding to focus on his own band, pink fluff. Figs joined the Velveteers this year, keeping the pace with Pottersmith in a connected group. The two drummers provide controlled, accurate sound with hypnotic synchronization. Meanwhile, Demetro has an exciting voice with guitar and songwriting skills. The band’s music speaks to its roots in rock history but is unique in its approach, creating an entirely new sound that is special and recognizable.

“Gothic had a long history of playing there before they got big, whether it was Nirvana or Fugazi in the ’90s, or Nathaniel Rateliff or Lady Gaga in the 2000s,” said AEG’s Danny Sacks. Westward in September. “I think it sends an important message that the Velveteers are raising their bar on the stage itself, where all these legends and locals played when they were first. I personally can’t wait to see their crazy live show on the big stage and through the killer sound system. It’s going to be an epic night. It’s new tunes and old favourites, and I think it’s going to be a taste of what’s next for Denver’s rock scene. It’s an exciting time to live in Colorado, especially with bands like Velvetters.”

This will be your chance to catch the band before you join the Grammy Award-winning rock band Greta Van Fleet at… North American leg of the band’s Dreams in Gold tourWhich will start next March.

The Velveteers, 8 p.m. Friday, November 26 gothic theater, 3263 South Broadway, Englewood, $18And axs.com.