Lost Lake Presents
Oh Malô, Wildermiss, The Color Canvas
Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm
This event is 21 and over
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It's funny how fast you get going in the morning once you realize you've overslept. This feeling of urgency, this frantic call to create and actively participate in the world is what inspired Elias Armao to create this project in the winter of 2013. The initial incarnation of Overslept was a studio project where Elias wrote and recorded all of the instruments himself. Health (February of 2014) and Hush (September of 2014) were released in this time. Through those releases and playing acoustic shows in Denver, he met what would become the current incarnation: a four piece band made up of members from other local bands. Their first full length record was released independently on December 11th 2015, and is entitled "I've Been Keeping To Myself".
Oh Malô (oh-muh-LOW) presents colorful soundscapes through their eclecticism and dynamic arrangements. Delicate vocal melodies are met with intertwining ambient guitars and driven by powerful, aggressive drums. Oh, Malô pulls influence from such bands as Bombay Bicycle Club, Radiohead, Local Natives, Daughter, and Jeff Buckley to create a consistently unpredictable blend of timbres and arrangements.
For the better part of the past year, Wildermiss has been quietly taking Denver by storm. Unassumingly serving as a supporting act playing frequent weeknight gigs, the auspicious quartet has been steadily making a name for itself with a smart brand of guitar-driven pop rock, which has plenty in common with acts like Echosmith, Metric and Florence and the Machine. Made up of three former members of Red Fox Run (guitarists Joshua Hester and Seth Beamer and drummer Caleb Thoemke), the foursome is led by the soaring vocals of Emma Cole, whose expressive voice evokes the silken strains of Ellie Goulding and Leigh Nash. The music is instantly memorable and it’s a safe bet that by the time the act finishes work on its debut recordings, which it’s working on now, the outfit will be packing shows of its own as the main attraction.
The Color Canvas
The Color Canvas formed in 2015 bound by vision and determination to keep rock plugged in. After leaving successful music endeavors in England, Drummer DJ Amott crossed paths with Denver guitarist Scott Walker of the now defunct H*Wood. Joining shortly after was seasoned vocalist Todd Pasternak and session bassist, Tyler William Morse.
The group is using a vocal forward and guitar riff based approach along with some poignant post production flares to round out a truly novel sound. The rhythm section is not to be left unmentioned as Amott and Morse bring it home take after take.