BANDITS, Headphone

Fri, April 14, 2017

Doors: 8:30 pm / Show: 9:30 pm

$10.00 - $15.00

Off Sale

This event is 21 and over

A psychedelic dream rock super pop soundgasm that will grip your eyes and ears and leave you trembling with a sense of wonder and want.

Honing their craft in Denver, Colorado’s burgeoning music community, and captivating audiences nationwide, Eldren are prepared to charge into your life and forge fire in your heart.

Eldren’s self-titled debut album, produced and recorded by Eldren, engineered and mixed by Andrew Berlin (Blasting Room Studios), and Drew Sowell (So and So Studios) instantly makes its vibrant mark on the 21st century’s drab musical landscape with a broad pallete of sonic brushstrokes, ranging from pop nuggets to psychadelic epics.

"With six — sometimes seven — people and a panoply of conventional and not-so-conventional instruments on stage, Eldren draws plenty of attention before the band ever plays a note. Once the group starts playing, it becomes clear that it’s more than just a feast for the eyes. The ensemble’s mashup of jazz, prog rock, jam, power pop, indie rock and more makes for a joyful noise that would be utterly chaotic if it weren’t so damned catchy".
Eryc Eyl - Denver Post || Reverb
BANDITS are a red-hot bowling ball, shot out of a homemade cannon into the side panel of mid 80’s Ford Bronco.

Led by the unmatched chemistry of brother/sister John and LuLu Demitro, and driven by the eruptive drumming of Andrew Oakley, BANDITS have, “managed to enter a higher society of artistry by discharging a brand unlike any others in the provincial industry.”

Straddling the line between psychedelic and downright explosive, BANDITS find themselves drawing in dazed listeners to a focal point of sound, just before pushing back with enough power and energy to knock the asbestos out of the ceiling of your towns grimy rock club.
Started by Morgan McRae and Philip Cullin, Headphone developed over the last 3 years in the San Diego music scene as players from various recording studios met and began playing together. Several members came and went in the first couple years as the group honed its sound, writing, and recording style. In the last year, the group solidified as a three piece when Darren Goldberg joined the group. The music itself blends their interests in everything from classical and jazz to electronic and independent rock. The lyrics look at the enigmatic space between connection and detachment, hopefulness and despair. Their intense live performance is fueled by sonic contrast, subtle moods and explosive dynamics.
Venue Information:
7 S. Broadway
Denver, CO, 80209