Boldtype

Boldtype vs. Red Stinger an onstage duel w/ No Bueno

Boldtype

Red Stinger, No Bueno, Nemesys, Too Late For Tomorrow

Fri, March 22, 2013

8:00 pm

$5.00 - $120.00

This event is 21 and over

Boldtype
Boldtype
Punk Rock? Most would say that today, punk rock is hard to define. Modern day hybrid genres and crossover styles have diluted what many have relied on to be safe and comfortable representations of 'punk'. But punk rock was never meant to be safe. Whether facing the harsh reality of world affairs, or the blunt truth of one's inescapable demons, no one is truly safe from what they don't want to see and hear. It is in this raw, vulnerable state that Boldtype was born. Singing from the gut and sweating from the heart, Boldtype refuses to be a victim. Choosing to challenge oppression inside and out, Boldtype is working to remove the rose-colored veil that keeps us all comfortable and safe. March with us, judge us, dance with us or label us, Boldtype will remain self reliant in the fight to deliver untainted truth. That's punk enough for us.

Where We Are
Immersed. We are working with Ross Mcafee (of Warped Tour's E.I.Y. stage and Denver's Dr. Neptune), who is taking a producer and managers roll never before occupied so greatly by anyone outside the band. Ross brings a fine-tuned ear for old school thrash and fresh contemporary perspective to the table. With production nearly complete we soon head to the recording studio to track and mix what will be our most nurtured album scheduled for a early spring release.

Hustle. One of the biggest mistakes bands make is to assume that some one or some recording label will step through the door and change their life. Success will not discover you. Success must be earned. This has never been more true than in today's digital music age. And given the ever-increasing accessibility of all facets of the on and offline music industry we can't be more exited to explore and utilize new avenues of promotion.

Rocking out loud and proud. Boldtype is investigating new regions for touring opportunities, establishing connections and building relationships with new bands and friends and increasing our brand awareness (that's right, punk snobs, BRAND. Get over it).
Red Stinger
Red Stinger
Red Stinger: A Rock and Roll Anomaly
Rock and roll is a living, breathing, staggering beast, and Red Stinger is the mutant appendage reaching out of its chest, straight from the heart. At the end of this arm of innovation and verve maneuvers a six-fingered hand -- deftly articulating the precision of metal, the irreverence of punk, the righteousness of rap, the ricochet of ska, the cruelty of comedy and the versatility of jazz.


Summary of the Red Stinger Sound


Red Stinger’s music marches at you in a steady lock step, raises its fists to strike, jolts to the left in a full sprint, cuts to the right in a skipping traverse and then bounds straight away -- kicking you in the face as it blasts through your head.


This vigorous blend of punk ethos, hard rock arrangements and lightning fast 16th notes is layered with an agile onslaught of rapid fire verses and fist-pumping anthems atop efficiently intricate rhythms.
No Bueno
No Bueno
No Bueno!

We are No Bueno! We rock 99.9% of the time! We play catchy, sing along punk rock songs! We like to drink a few drinks and play the most entertaining shows this side of the border!

No Bueno! is a punk/rock band out of Littleton, CO consisting of four guys that listen to a lot punk music. They were formed in the summer ’08 after several Denver bands called it quits. The band writes songs that blend rich harmonies over powerful and infectiously catchy songs. Members of the band have shared the stage with Blink 182, Unwritten Law, Face to Face, Zebrahead, the Misfits, Authority Zero, Death by Stereo, A Wilhelm Scream to name a few.
Nemesys
Nemesys
Influences: Deftones, Nirvana, Sevendust, Korn, Fear Factory, Meshuggah, Michael Jackson, Primus, Mr. Bungle, NIN, Tek-9, Bjork, Killswitch Engage, Justin Timberlake, Jamiroquai, Tool, Tomahawk, Prince.
Too Late For Tomorrow
Too Late For Tomorrow
Formed in January of 2011, Too Late For Tomorrow combines pop punk and alternative rock with traces of metal for a style that is new and unique to the Denver scene.
Venue Information:
Herman's Hideaway
1578 South Broadway
Denver, CO, 80210
http://www.hermanshideaway.com/