Lost Lake Presents
Whiskey Autumn, Nasty Nachos
Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pmLost Lake
$10.00 - $15.00
This event is 21 and over
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Denver-based Retrofette is the byproduct of keyboardists Sean Culliton and Xavier Provencher's love for vintage synthesizers and sweaty dance floors. Joined by synth bassist Ben Weirich and drummer Dylan Johnson on stage, the quartet’s brand of 80s tinged synthpop was born in March 2016 and has since garnered a steadfast following.
Since its inception, Retrofette released its debut three song I Don’t Mind EP and shared the stage with acts such as Magic Sword, Fever the Ghost, Mark Mallman, and The Other Black. They have played in front of sold out audiences at Denver’s Hi Dive, listed as one of 303 Magazine's top acts at the Underground Music Showcase, and selected as the Best Colorado Pop band of 2017 by Westword Magazine.
Founded by songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Greg Laut, Whiskey Autumn began as a bedroom folk project before recruiting bassist Jason Paton and drummer Matty Schelling into the fold. The revamped lineup delved into influences ranging from 1960s pop and soul to 1990s R&B and rock. The band’s recent material is currently featured on college radio stations throughout the country and has received critical acclaim from publications such as Colorado Public Radio, Denver Post's The Know, Marquee Magazine, Bolderbeat, The Prelude Press, and Yellowscene Magazine.
Whiskey Autumn is diving headfirst into 2017 with extensive tour dates planned throughout the US.
Anderson spends his days at modular synthesizer company called WMD, developing and demoing new pieces of modular gear. His nights are consumed with composing, testing, and putting this gear through it's paces. Nasty Nachos is the result of these tests.
Joined live by fellow modular synthesist and drummer Matt Tanner, Nasty Nachos' live set is always changing and evolving. The energy and vibes are high. The sound is reminiscent of Todd Terje, Daft punk, with a little bit of 70's funk in there.
Nasty Nachos is focused on the moment. Playing new songs and grooves at each show. An album may come from all of this but for now, the live show is where it's at.
See for yourself.
3602 E. Colfax Ave
Denver, CO, 80206