The Novel Ideas

Lost Lake Presents

The Novel Ideas

Foxfeather, Many Mountains

Wednesday, 10/18

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

$10.00 - $12.00

This event is 16 and over

All sales are final. Review your order carefully, there are no refunds for any reason. Tickets are non-transferable. No tickets are mailed to you, your name will be on the will call list night of show. Night of show (1) bring a valid government issued ID and (2) print your confirmation e-mail and bring with you night of show.

The Novel Ideas
The Novel Ideas are a country-folk quartet of friends hailing from the great state of Massachusetts.
Featuring the voices of three songwriters, they create a blend of pastoral, harmony driven, and plaintive Americana. Their upcoming self-titled album, produced by Rick Parker (Lord Huron) and mixed by Ryan Freeland (Ray LaMontagne, Bonnie Raitt), showcases the band at its best. Capturing the spirit of their live performance in recorded form wasn’t easy, but the result is a heartfelt representation of who The Novel Ideas are as a band. Track by track, The Novel Ideas represents a contribution to the country-folk scene that balances love-and-loss melancholy with thoughtful instrumentation and intricate vocal arrangements.
Foxfeather is a sultry alt-americana band founded in Boulder, CO in 2013. Beginning with a lyrical base, and bolstered by strong blues-rock instrumentals, Foxfeather’s unique sound captivates their audience. The band consists of Carly Ricks Smith (lead vocals), Laura Paige Stratton (acoustic/electric guitars, keys, vocals), Patrick Coleman (upright/electric bass, violin), Ben Batchelor (drums and percussion), and Ian Hendrick (electric guitar). Foxfeather is a local staple in the Colorado Front Range, and also tours nationally. The band released their EP, Foul Moon, in 2014. In response to this release The Marquee stated that “the group is overflowing with talent” and “Carly Ricks Smith has a spectacular voice which lies somewhere between the folky soprano of a young Joni Mitchell and the jazz-heavy range of Lake Street Dive’s Rachel Price. It’s powerful as well as delicate.” Andy Eppler of The Prairie Scholars said “it’s sexy. It’s original. These women have crafted something very special and instantly likeable on this album.” The BoulderBeat reviewed Patrick Coleman’s presence on bass as “one of the biggest treats of their performance,” with a “jazzy undertone that rightfully demanded its own attention.” The band is set to release their first full-length, self-titled album, paired with a Colorado release tour in October of 2016.
Many Mountains
Many Mountains is a group fronted by Katie Rose & Dustin Moran.

Katie Rose & Dustin Moran have been playing music together for over half a decade. They began their collaboration in Salt Lake City, where they met while both were working at a book store. Soon after moving to Colorado in the winter of 2010, they began playing with different bands in the Denver music scene. In early 2013, with the addition of percussionist Josh Gordon, their motivations led them to focus on creating as Many Mountains.

Using words to describe a sound is challenging, but some that might come to a listener’s mind may be: elegant, smooth, or visceral. It’s acoustic based while also holding rock & blues attributes. Moran is obviously inspired by soundscapes created using electric guitars. He compliments Katie Rose’s acoustic rhythms with melodic, textured riffs on electric guitar or piano just before locking into beautiful vocal harmony to tell stories of dreams, hard truths, self contemplation, and longing for imaginary realities.
Venue Information:
Lost Lake
3602 E. Colfax Ave
Denver, CO, 80206