Lost Lake Presents
Hunter Burnette, Paul DeHaven
Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pmLost Lake
$11 - $13
This event is 18 and over
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Now, after two years in a communal writing process, their debut album Weather Patterns will be released in May 2016. The bulk of the album was recorded during a weeklong blizzard, high in the Rockies, at beautiful Evergroove Studio in Evergreen. The 9-track effort was then finished and mixed by bassist/engineer Logan Muckler in his Denver studio, Emerson Recordings, and mastered by Grammy-winning engineer, David Glasser, at Airshow Mastering. The result is a modern-minded yet vintage sounding rock record that makes a statement in the burgeoning Denver music scene and beyond.
On Paul DeHaven’s debut LP, “King of Gold”, he adheres to the DIY aesthetic, recording and playing nearly every instrument himself. On it he explores loss, disappointment, vanity, and a longing to find purpose and connection in a modern world seemingly devoid of these. “It may be more of a generational thing — at least for a lot of the artistic types I know. You know, we’re in our 30s and still living hand-to-mouth and trying to get by — feeling just a little discouraged by the system.”
The song “No Gold” sums it up: “The secret to being a man/Is pretending that you have/something other than a fistful of sand...There is no gold out there”. All of value lies within, and that story is told through rickety drum machines, commanding electric guitar riffs, and Paul’s ever more confident vocals.
The songs from Paul DeHaven's 2016 album, the EP "What Are You Looking For That is Here Only", are built on tasteful and forward guitar playing, his unique songwriting, and his belief that just because it's a solo record, that doesn't mean it has to be boring. "It's not a singer-songwriter record, even though I do both of those things. I think of myself as much as a guitarist and producer as I do a songwriter." The songs range from straight ahead straight ahead folk-rock ("Side of the Road"), fuzzed out dub ("Live Your Life"), to instrumental and found sound soothers ("Postcoital Lullaby").
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