Tino Drima

Golden Blue Presents

Tino Drima

The Amphibious Man, Palo Santo

Sun, March 18, 2018

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm

$10.00

Off Sale

This event is 21 and over

Tino Drima
Tino Drima
Tino Drima is a cauldron of then, now, and what will be. Crooning hell harmonies over charmed, ripping beats Tino channels music that feels like it has always existed. Think the inter-dimensional 50s radio in Old Man Cooper's house that portals Classics from a more excellent world into his living room and everybody wants to hang out and listen and maybe stay the night even though it's p weird there
The Amphibious Man
The Amphibious Man
Boulder-based macabre rock band The Amphibious Man was born in 2011 as a solo project of Jason Principi during his freshman year at the University of Hartford in Connecticut. The project soon turned into an occult-minded musical collective of the creepiest yet most palatable variety when, shortly after releasing their first EP, Haunted, Principi joined forces with friends to expand the vision. After releasing seven albums on Bandcamp since their inception, playing more than 150 shows around their home-state of Connecticut and embarking on two tours along the east coast, The Amphibious Man packed up and shipped out to land-locked Colorado in October of 2016. Since relocating, the band has released “Silver Alert”, their longest and most mature incarnation of a sound they’ve developed over the past half-decade. While the band’s sound has strong roots in punk, garage and surf rock, the Amphibious Man also draws inspiration from strange, cultish, off-putting horror movies to infuse their sound with an unsettling eerie vibe. The band’s unique pop-ish expression of these heavier sounds makes the listening all the more fun and bewitching. Like the experience of a deepening intoxication, the music starts off uplifting and fun, but takes sharp turns down paths of darkness one can find comfort in. “Our music makes people feel weird in a way that they’re kind of ok with”, Principi says. “It’s not so out there that people are like ‘jesus I cant handle this’”. GoldFlakePaint, a UK-based music magazine, aptly described the Amphibious Man as a band who successfully mixes “spookery” with a “rigorous and forceful bout of hardened rock and roll”.
~Anna Brown
Palo Santo
Palo Santo
Clint Eastwood's Wiccan Daughter.
Venue Information:
Hi-Dive
7 S. Broadway
Denver, CO, 80209
http://www.hi-dive.com/