Lost Point, is a band with unique style, power and strength. Finding success with the title of Clear Channel's Best Band in Denver was just the beginning. After the release of their freshman album," All Dressed Up", success was a sure fire prelude. To headlining multiple sell-out shows, receiving national radio market testing, and full local radio play on Clear Channel stations, being hand-picked by Kevin Lyman for the Vans Warped Tour. After finding so much success, there was no other option than to follow-up their freshman release with a sophomore album that is stellar in every aspect. Taking a year off to focus exclusively on the creation of "Scars From Her", Lost Point is ready to bring forth the hardest hitting, gut-punching and lyrically geared product possible. Currently, the band has been focusing their time behind closed doors on incorporating multiple influences from electrifying beats, alternative fusion, teeth-grinding metal, impulsive rock and unequivocal lyrical persuasion into a streamline balance of a sound that is all their own. Preparing for an Uprising in the National Music Scene is the path that is ahead of this steadfast band. With major tours, national sponsorships and leading label interest within the future of this band in 2011, Lost Point will surely find a permanent home in the National Music Scene. Keep your eyes open and ears ready for what's to come…Lost Point will be back for the Regeneration starting 2011…and even though the name of the band is Lost Point, these boys know exactly where they are going.
Tattooed Strings masterfully combines music and lyrics that are unique, but identifiable for all music fans across the globe. They have have mastered, crafted and combined hard rock with a hip-hop edge, and the songs are filled with seasoned lyrics of infinite passions of life experiences, dreams and aspirations.
Tattooed Strings first performed November 2012 was at KBPI's Best Band in Denver contest. Tattooed Strings was Top 3 finalist in the competition and were offered to have their song about Colorado aired on the radio. 'Flowing River' and 'Delayed' are currently getting airplay on a popular rock and mainstream radio stations, including Denver's 106.7 KBPI.
The band believes in connecting with the audience on/off stage with their original songs and distinctive personalities. They enjoy the spark of emotions that people get when hearing their music. Tattooed Strings are humble musicians that are grateful for every single opportunity given.
Their influences range from Incubus, Linkin Park, 311, Rage Against the Machine, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Sublime, The Roots, Everlast, Bob Marley and many more
Despite your preference of music genre, Tattooed Strings can be simply defined as music to appreciate. They're known for their live performances, which are energetic, uplifting and inspiring for all age groups.
Tattooed Strings is:
Charlie Schubert - Vocals
Jonathan Lee - Vocals
Scott Uhl - Guitar
Danny Hills - Bass
Nate Brown - Drums
Something For Tomorrow
Something For Tomorrow is Hard Rock/Metal with acoustic and progressive elements
bodies we've buried
In the short year and a half existence, bodies we've buried has achieved what most local bands strive for. Forming in late 2009, they have quickly become one of the top metal acts in the Colorado scene. They were named one of the top 18 bands in Denver by KBPI in 2010 and most recently made it to the top 6 metal bands in Colorado in Colorado music buzz's metal wars. However, Obtaining this status is no easy feat for the band who sticks to the DIY method of promoting. Whether its booking and promoting shows or designing logos for merch, these guys are hard at work to make their name known. Musically, the band thrives off of many influences, and you can tell in their music. Anything from brutal breakdowns to melodic interludes can be found as a part of a BWB song, however it flows seamlessly into a style that can only be described as original. Bringing something new, having fun, and staying true to their loyal fans is all part of the BWB method and these guys have no plans to stop anytime soon.