Whiskey Autumn (Album Release)

Lost Lake and Synesthesia Present:

Whiskey Autumn (Album Release)

The Milk Blossoms, OptycNerd, Motion Trap

Friday, 4/12

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm

$10 - $12

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.

Whiskey Autumn
Whiskey Autumn
Combining jangly surf guitars with psychedelic synths and hip hop beats, Whiskey Autumn blends genre lines to create what can best be described as a surf dream pop sonic utopia. The band's new album, Modern Doubt, is scheduled for release on April 12, 2019. The lead single, "Birds That Flew," was described by 303 Magazine as “... jamming out where your parents don’t know about. This music means to elicit a response, to make the listener feel funky and strange in the best way.”

Hailing from Denver, CO, Whiskey Autumn consists of songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Greg Laut, and guitarist/synth player Jason Paton. The group has spent the past 3 years touring throughout the US, bringing their prom jams from the future to audiences at over 350 live shows ranging from big festival stages to vibey rock clubs. Whiskey Autumn's will support Modern Doubt throughout 2019 with upcoming music videos, a vinyl release and national club tour.
The Milk Blossoms
The Milk Blossoms
Combining ukulele, expressive beatboxing and piano, the trio blends to create dark pop music.
OptycNerd
OptycNerd
After meeting at a party and realizing they both had the same first name, Chris Kimmel and Chris Scott immediately knew that they had to form a group and change human existence as we know it. They joined forces and created what is now known as OptycNerd. Since then, the Denver-based duo has crafted their own signature sound- one that fuses electronic production with the lyrical and melodic elements of hip hop and pop. They channel some of their favorite artists including Snakehips, Disclosure, Kendrick Lamar, Anderson .Paak, and Classixx to create what critics have called "some of the hottest new music since Gregorian chant." When people first hear their music, they often say things like, "It's not bad" or "this is okay." With consistently dope releases such as their new single, “Instigator,” OptycNerd has proven themselves to be key players in the Denver music scene. With these guys on your radar, you can expect a constant supply of bangers, an outrageous social media presence, and high energy live performances. In the future, OptycNerd plans to keep working at their craft and eventually become elite members of the Illuminati.
Motion Trap
Motion Trap
Though the band developed a highly distinct sound that’s all its own in the short amount of time it took them to rise from basement and warehouse parties to being billed with indie rock go-getters like Small Black and Moving Units and super producers like Rusko, Motion Trap is anything but easy to pin down. Alternately compared to “Mogwai on crack” and “Tycho with dance moves,” the group is beginning to make an impression up and down the Front Range of the Rockies.

Marrying classic guitar tones with the sonic capabilities of a digital workstation, what began as a few rough demos traded back and forth between a few friends spread out across I-80 quickly picked up steam as Nathan Rogers (guitar, keys, vocals) and Anthony Chelewski (guitar, keys) joined Kyle Williams (bass, keys, sound design) in Denver, Colorado. With the chance to work in the same room, spring 2013 saw the band quickly drop a self-titled EP on unsuspecting listeners. Shortly thereafter, the band added Sean Conlin, a drummer with a surplus of technical chops to bring the sound to the stage—not to mention spice up the songwriting process. In a scene more familiar with the throbbing beats of dubstep, Motion Trap has spent the year since its first release teaching fans that it’s ok to get down and dirty when there are guitars on the stage.

Recently, Motion Trap has been building a dedicated, burgeoning fan base on the power of a consistent concert schedule with likeminded locals. Summer will see the band perform at festivals such as Denver’s Underground Music Showcase and the Arise Music Festival in Loveland, CO. With an album in the works for the fall, 2014 looks to be a big year for the genre-agnostic rockers.
Venue Information:
Lost Lake
3602 E. Colfax Ave
Denver, CO, 80206
http://lost-lake.com/