NEW LANGUAGE

NEW LANGUAGE

Roommates/ RMMTS, Remember The Radio

Sun Apr 30 2017

7:00 pm

$10.00 - $12.00

This event is all ages

NEW LANGUAGE
NEW LANGUAGE is a new project out of Los Angeles created by Tyler Demorest and Matt Cohen.

The two joined forces with Tony Hajjar of At The Drive-In to produce and play drums on their new project. Intentions of creating an EP, quickly turned into a collection of over 10 songs and the band was born.

"Wake Up" is the first song written and released by NEW LANGUAGE, debuting on Triple J radio by Richard Kingsmill.

It's "a call to action… a plea to snap out of the current haze of cultural monotony we've all come to expect and many have come to embrace."

NEW LANGUAGE made their debut performance to a sold out crowd as direct support to Gone Is Gone (Queens of the Stone Age, Mastodon, At The Drive-In) last April in Los Angeles, CA.

More music to be released over the summer.

Listen & watch "Wake Up" at http://newlanguageband.com
Remember The Radio
Recently completing its third vinyl LP in 18 months, Remember The Radio continues to write and produce contemporary, DIY, alternative-rock records at a pace seldom achieved. Formed in Denver in 2009, this 3-piece outfit has gigged extensively within Colorado and toured independently throughout the western United States. With a dedicated fan base stretching from San Francisco to Scotland, the band has shipped hundreds of LPs across the globe and received radio airplay on FM stations from West Virginia, USA to British Columbia, Canada. Committed to a lifetime of unending artistic output, Remember The Radio is gaining momentum with a laser-focus on the future.

"Crafting a very strong organic sound through the use of all real instruments, Remember The Radio's 'Sharper Moon Rabbit' permeates through the mediocre muddiness of most modern music with its gracefully and delicately mixed/balanced tracks, ghostly, atmospheric vocals, and dense, driving guitars." - hifidelics.com

"Definitely one of the best post/art-punk albums in a very long time, 'Sharper Moon Rabbit' will cling so steadfastly to your turntable, the only time you'll take it off is when you're flipping it over. Highly recommended." - Brian Polk - Suspect Press
Venue Information:
Marquis Theater
2009 Larimer Street
Denver, CO, 80205
http://www.themarquistheatre.com/