Wildermiss + Slow Caves w/ Poets & Wolves

The Crew Presents

Wildermiss + Slow Caves w/ Poets & Wolves

Poets & Wolves, this broken beat

Sat Nov 3

8:00 pm

$12.00 - $100.00

This event is all ages

Tickets Go On Sale: Friday, September 28 at 10:00 AM MST

Wildermiss
Wildermiss
Beloved by fans and critics in its hometown, Denver-based Wildermiss closed out 2017 as one of the most exciting acts to emerge from the Mile High City. The promising quartet built up a strong, impassioned grassroots following that helped propel it to a pair of back-to-back wins in KTCL’s benchmark promotions, the annual Big Gig this past summer and Hometown for the Holidays- not to mention multiple sold-out headlining shows of their own.

Hard to believe that a little more than a year ago this foursome (Emma Cole, Joshua Hester, Seth Beamer, and Caleb Thoemke) was an auspicious yet aspiring act playing unassuming opening slots on weeknights. The outfit quickly won fans over with a smart brand of guitar-driven pop, which has plenty in common with acts like Local Natives, Echosmith, and Florence and the Machine. Cleary, the act found its way.

The songs are instantly memorable as much for their melodies as for their meaning -- both of which are equally as integral to the impact of the song, if you ask Hester. "I've always thought lyrics find their validation through melody,” he says. “You can sing the simplest line but if a melody has conviction, then it works better than the most poetic paragraph you can write."
Talk about seeing the forest for the trees.

- Dave Herrera, Former Westword Music Editor
Slow Caves
Slow Caves
Listening to Slow Caves, one is reminded that being sonically interesting doesn’t mean that a band must sacrifice having old fashioned hooks or pop sensibilities. Danish born brothers, Jakob and Oliver Mueller, provide the vocal and guitar backdrop for Slow Caves, a band (rounded out by childhood friends David Dugan - guitar/bass, and Jackson Lamperes – drums) who offer a relaxed and surf-y update on 80’s synth, 90’s jangle, and early aught’s indie rock. Formed in Ft. Collins, CO in 2014, Slow Caves quickly gained a reputation as a must-see local attraction. Soon the band was making an impression in Denver’s vibrant music scene, earning slots at tastemaker clubs such as The Hi Dive and Lost Lake Lounge. In 2015, the band showcased their music at SXSW in Austin and CMJ in New York. Then in late 2016, the band signed with Cincinnati-based Old Flame Records (Cloud Nothings, Dead Confederate), performed at Boise’s lauded, Treefort Festival and Austins' SXSW (March 2017), and released their Old Flame debut (Desert Minded-EP) on March 10, 2017. Since the release, the band has been touring all over North America and opened for bands such as DIIV, Cold War Kids, White Reaper, St. Lucia, Rooney, Cake and more.
Poets & Wolves
Poets & Wolves
Poets & Wolves A group of friends playing Dance Music and Creepy Tunes just to make more friends. As an acclaimed Indie Alternative Group based in Greeley Colorado, we have performed with many artists such as The Unlikely Candidates, The Fame Riot and more, we work to become their friends and as they influence our own genre. Being able to play with many other styles of music, Poets & Wolves seek to offer something different and unique to fans by creating and performing original music of two sub genres of Dance and Indie as a Spooky Surf style of music that we are proud to call our own.
this broken beat
this broken beat
Denver’s very own alternative-pop artist, this broken beat, is a highly versatile & eclectic group. Influenced by a wide-range of genres & music styles, you are sure to take part in an exclusive experience when in the room with them. this broken beats’s engaging live presence has led them to perform with various national acts including The Unlikely Candidates, Badflower, David Crowder & a few others. They've toured all around Colorado and its midwest encompassing states. They continue to rack up air time on Denver’s most prominent alternative station Clear Channel KTLC 93.3, and their debut 13-song LP record, “What’s On Your Mind?” was featured in Denver’s Westword and 5280 Magazine. In a fatefully orchestrated turn of events they also sold out their hometown album release show at the Marquis Theater (500 capacity) late 2017.

Fresh out the gate this broken beat is gaining momentum quickly! They thrive in whatever performance setting they find themselves from acoustic intimate settings to full-production high-energy venues. Take a moment to listen in if you haven’t because this is an artist you don’t want to miss!
Venue Information:
Moxi Theater
802 9th st
Greeley, CO, 80631