Denver Women Musicians’ Concerts in September and October 2017 – Colorado News

Denver Women Musicians’ Concerts in September and October 2017 – Colorado News

Women kicking ass — in rock, pop, blues and everything in between — is nothing new. But recently, both NPR (“A New Canon”) and the New York Times (“Rock’s Not Dead, It’s Ruled by Women”) released extensive packages citing women at the center of the most exciting rock music today — and popular music of the last century. Women and non-binary musicians are all over the Denver music scene, from R&B to pop and metal, and you can give them their due — and do your music-loving ears a favor — by checking out these ten shows in September and October 2017.

Tyto Alba
Thursday, September 21
Syntax Physic Opera

In 2014, Melanie Steinway, a Boulder native who returned to Colorado after studying at the Rhode Island School of Design, started Tyto Alba. The band draws on folk and post-rock influences to create atmospheric electric-guitar-based soundscapes below Steinway’s tender, moody vocals.

Get Along
Friday, September 22
Syntax Physic Opera

Get Along is the indie dance-punk duo composed of married musicians Cara and Nicholas Yañez. The upbeat and raw “Death of a Spirit Animal” was released as a single earlier this year, and Get Along celebrates its new EP with Turvy Organ and Ghostpulse.

Kerry Pastine and the Crime Scene
Friday, September 22
Nissi’s, Lafayette

Veteran rocker Kerry Pastine mixes up rockabilly, roots, retro soul and a lot of attitude. Also on the bill are Eef and the Blues Express, whose powerful frontwoman is a Dutch transplant and local deli owner.

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Oxeye Daisy
Friday, September 29
Lion’s Lair

Oxeye Daisy describes itself as “the Cranberries on acid,” and “sunshowery shoegazey tunes,” but that doesn’t get at the intricacy and…

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