Consider the Source: Metatour 2019
Cheba Hut Presents

Consider the Source

Kaleid, Markafiki

Ages 21+
Lost Lake Presents Consider The Source on Saturday, November 23rd

Consider The Source

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Sci-fi fusion trio Consider the Source defy easy categorization. If intergalactic energy beings, upon their initiation into an order of whirling dervishes, built a pan-dimensional booty-shaking engine powered by psychedelic math…it would sound like a cut-rate CTS cover band. With their blend of progressive rock and improvisatory jazz, soaked in Indian and Middle Eastern styles, CTS blends disparate elements into an utterly original whole. A relentless touring schedule has earned them a fervent following around the world, with fans ranging from jam-band hippies to corpse-painted headbangers.

Kaleid

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kaleidoscope: (noun) a constantly changing pattern or sequence of objects or elements Kaleid is comprised of five musicians from varying locations across the U.S. and each provide their own color into the group. With this, the nomenclature of this collective outfit, “Kaleid,” fits like a glove. Each member brings a unique flair and set of influences to the kaleidoscopic table. From the serendipitous nature of improvised jam music to the pointed peaks of electronic-infused power-rock compositions, the group’s five contributors can cater to any audience and evoke a unique experience to the time and place.

Marafiki

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Marafiki is a progressive fusion of rock, jazz, and funk to lift your spirit and catch your curiosity. An amalgamation of influences throughout the decades directed the sonic path for this experimental voyage. Trust the twists and turns to bring you into a head-nodding, hypnotic state of euphoria. Their debut EP, Third Breeze, came out in September of 2019 and you can hear Pesto on Spotify’s 'Jazz Today' station. Marafiki are comprised of long time friends from Golden, Colorado, they were brothers before they formed the band. Marafiki translates to ‘my friends’ in Swahili, and you can hear friendship in the music. Guitarists Nathan Perkins and Maverick Corley deliver tasty 70’s reminiscent riffs, while bassist Wes Hughes offers intriguing counter melodies that lock in with Shane Oltmanns pocket drumming. Largely an instrumental group, Marafiki lets the music speak for itself, offering the listener to create their own perspective of the music, you’ll have to come to a show to see for yourself!

Venue Information:
Lost Lake
3602 E. Colfax Ave.
Denver, CO, 80206