The Late Ones w/ Policulture, Gydnce Feat. Members of Tatanka (PATIO), Selekta Matt G (PATIO and Inside)

Reggae Tuesdays

The Late Ones w/ Policulture, Gydnce Feat. Members of Tatanka (PATIO), Selekta Matt G (PATIO and Inside)

Tue, August 28, 2018

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 7:15 pm

$15 Day of Show

Tickets at the Door

This event is 16 and over

The Late Ones
The Late Ones
Based out of Laie, Hawaii, brothers Tui Avei (Lead vocals), and Tau Avei (Vocals), along with cousin Josh Brunson (Vocals) are the voices. Built on a roots reggae foundation with influences from various genres like Hip-hop, R&B, and jazz, The Late Ones’ unique blend of style, and harmony shapes a youthful, yet old school reggae vibe.

Born in Gardena, California, The Late Ones harness something undeniably special. Rooted in Samoan culture, and complimented by the group’s African American heritage, the familial bond between the three members transcends throughout the group’s conscious lyrics and catchy melodies.

The name “The Late Ones” pays tribute to all of the late and great revolutionaries who have come and gone like Bob Marley, Tupac, Jimi Hendrix, Steve Biko, John Lennon and also present day legendsincluding Jurassic 5, Steel Pulse, Kendrick Lamar and Ab-Soul just to name a few. It is the fusion of each revolutionary story, struggle, and message that inspires and resonates with The Late Ones' own story, struggle, and love for all genres of music. That is the “L81Z” sound.
In late 2014, The Late Ones recorded their debut EP at Sea Major Seven Studio in Honolulu, HI with Producer/Engineer Noah Cronin (Sammy J) and producers Lapana Ieriko and Klandon Fetaui. The Late Ones debut EP Revelate was released on May 5, 2015 via online digital outlets and peaked at number three on the iTunes reggae charts in the first week of the release.
The Late Ones bring a youthful presence to the reggae community. With Revelate, the band hopes to push their music and message beyond their tight knit homeland of Hawaii. The EP holds six original compositions created by a group with great potential and high expectations.
Policulture is the six-piece Original Mountain Reggae band from Boulder, Colorado. Policulture emanates heavy drum and bass with roots rhythm, accompanied by a melodic horn section and conscious lyrics. Established in 2010 this group of musicians developed their foundation and continually evolves as a band. Policulture creates music to bridge the gap between generations and unite all under one sound.

In September of 2014 the band released their debut album “The Bridge” which depicts their journey as reggae musicians. Each song illustrates Policulture’s understanding that composition, improvisation, and simplicity must work in unison. Their message is created to enlighten, and their music made to move you.

Matt Niederhauser // Lead Vocals, Rhythm Guitar, Melodica

Kyle Jerome // Saxaphone, Backup Vocals, Percussion

Will Braden // Lead Guitar

Christopher Ball // Bass Guitar

Nick Sumner // Keyboards

Casey Theriot // Drums
Selekta Matt G
Selekta Matt G
Reggae, old school Hip Hop, and Funk
Feat members of Tatanka
Venue Information:
Cervantes' Other Side
2637 Welton St.,
Denver, CO, 80205