Bud Bronson + the Good Timers 7" Release

Bud Bronson + the Good Timers 7" Release

Ned Garthe Explosion, Warhawk, The Kinky Fingers

Sat, June 27, 2015

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

$8.00

Off Sale

This event is 21 and over

Bud Bronson + the Good Timers
Bud Bronson + the Good Timers
A lot of the classic-rock-inspired music that’s come about over the past decade has sounded like a cut-rate version of the real thing. If we heard enough fake Led Zeppelins in the ’80s to last a lifetime, in more recent years, there have been enough ersatz Neil Youngs and Laurel Canyon clones to colonize space. Bud Bronson & the Good Timers, though, are different. Their music is not all dramatic delivery with no substance; instead, it’s the kind of triumphant power pop that feels like it’s coming from an honest place rather than being an affectation of style. For these guys, getting ahold of an older relative’s record collection was a beginning point, not a destination. That they have moved beyond obvious influences makes Bud Bronson & the Good Timers one of the most exciting rock-and-roll bands in Denver at this moment.
— Tom Murphy, Westword
Ned Garthe Explosion
Ned Garthe Explosion
10 trillion years ago, when dinosaurs and dragons fought with spells and shit, a band was formed.

From the fiery depths of Mt. Doom the great volcano brought the four men to life. Out of the lava, four dudes naked as hell crawled out into the world. Fire n' shit was all over the place. This super rad wizard with a kick ass beard named all the dudes; Ned, Stuart, Tyler, and Spencer all ancient forgotten names from a forgotten language from a forgotten galaxy. The wizard gave the dudes some killer instruments that sounded crazy good. The four rad bros rocked through the ages.
Warhawk
Warhawk
"This one's almost all guitar - big, distorted, consuming guitar, the kind you have to brace yourself against." -Kiernan Maletsky, Westword
The Kinky Fingers
The Kinky Fingers
The Kinky Fingers are a ‘santa fe surf’ quartet. Influenced by the age of the internet, late 50’s melodic surf and 60’s era soul. They're Tarantinoesque sound infuses numerous American genres which often intermingle with various latin and eastern musical characteristics. They've spent most of their early years as a band on the road, in a blur of Mexican boarder towns, unmentionable surf havens, barbecued "Bible Belt" ribs, and a wet hot summer vacation in New York, where they recorded latest release ('Garbage Plate'). A lot like the famous “garbage plate” of Rochester (a plate of fried potatoes, baked beans, hot dogs, onions, mustard, and a chili-like meat sauce): A mash of ingredients, the music rings through so many genres, textures and tastes it feels a perfect fit for the deteriorating American dream, which once tasted so sweet and now feels more like a bellyache.
Venue Information:
Hi-Dive
7 S. Broadway
Denver, CO, 80209
http://www.hi-dive.com/