Duey and the Decibels do Disco! ft. Adam "Shmeeans" Smirnoff (Lettuce), Neal "Fro" Evans (Dopapod), David "Duey" Duart (Yamn), Austin Zalatel, Matt Bricker, Jordan Linit, Blake Mobley & More w/ Elder Grown, Earth Like Twins
Sat, May 20, 2017
Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm (event ends at 2:00 am)Cervantes' Other Side
$20 Day Of Show
This event is 16 and over
** DUEY AND THE DECIBELS FEATURES **
Adam "Shmeeans" Smirnoff (Lettuce)
Neal "Fro" Evans (Dopapod)
David "Duey" Duart (Yamn)
James Dunstan (Yamn)
Austin Zalatel (Euforquestra)
Matt Bricker (Euforquestra)
Jordan Linit (Analog Son)
Blake Mobley (Tiger Party)
Ashley Nevin (Tiger Party)
Jeff Prah (Rally 'Round the Family)
Jessica Jones (MLIMA)
Alana Dym (Coal Town Reunion)http://www.cervantesmasterpiece.com/event/1477477/
Duey has been touring nationally with his main project Yamn, a progressive electro rock outfit, from Denver, CO for 9+ years. He is the brain child behind, Rally ‘Round the Family, a Rage Against the Machine cover band based out of Denver. He is often hired by many musicians throughout Colorado to perform at various gigs across the state.
His main musicial influences include Phish, Pearl Jam, The Band, The Meters, Strangefolk, Assembly of Dust, Black Sabboth, Avett Brothers, Tower of Power, The Grateful Dead, Talking Heads, Bob Marley, My Morning Jacket, Umphrey’s McGee, Blind Melon and many many many more…
Funk meets Rock, Pop meets Hip Hop. Elder Grown combines the freedom of improve Jams with their Capturing, Original songs. From the First Song to Fourth Hour in, Elder Grown encourages you to break down your idea of genre and tempo with your hips and heartbeat. A personal Pandora station, Elder Grown rollercoasters listeners through seamless, rule-breaking sound.
Switching instruments mid-song, you never know who is going to sing or play what next. Join Elder Grown, and journey into the unrecognizable familiar.
This is essentially live music – Ierisi and drummer Craig Babineau (Euforquestra) play something in the moment, record it, then loop the sounds with others they play – and yet it’s recorded. It’s a conundrum and a conflagration of technology meeting one of the oldest forms of communication, performing in front of an audience.
“I play synthesizer, keyboards, and guitar while Craig plays a Roland Octapad and drums,” Ierisi said in an interview with AXS. “Both of us run our instruments through Ableton Live and make a series of clips and arrange them live to create our songs. We also have a variety of vocal samples we drop in. Only the vocal samples are pre-recorded clips, everything else is played, recorded, and looped live.”
Cervantes' Other Side
2637 Welton St.,
Denver, CO, 80205