The Yawpers live (Photo by Michael Passman)
Led by Nate Cook, Denver garage-punk band The Yawpers played it loud in their recent appearance at the Pearl Street Warehouse.
The band is on tour supporting their most recent album, last year’s critically acclaimed Human Question, and they got to the title track early in their set at Pearl Street Warehouse recently.
The Motet (Photo by Shervin Lainez)
Denver-based funk and soul ensemble The Motet continue to hit the road after a busy year in 2019, supporting their critically-acclaimed studio album, Death or Devotion. The Motet play 9:30 Club in a double bill with TAUK on Friday, March 13.
Wovenhand performs at Black Cat on March 2, 2020. (Photos by Marc Shea)
David Eugene Edwards is the creative force behind Wovenhand. After making his mark with the gothic sounding, alt-country band Sixteen Horsepower, David originally recorded his own solo work under the Wovenhand moniker. This has given him the opportunity to explore a variety of musical styles, but they are all connected by his inherent intensity.
His trademark fire and brimstone delivery was apparent in a recent show at Black Cat.
The Yawpers (Photo by Megan Holmes)
Denver punk-garage trio The Yawpers roll through DC on Sunday, March 8, for a show at Pearl Street Warehouse. They’re touring in support of their new album Human Question, released last year via Bloodshot Records.
Wovenhand (Photo by Simon Skreddernes)
The music of Wovenhand and songwriter/multi-instrumentalist David Eugene Edwards has always had an unparalleled intensity. David’s rich, billowing and emotive voice is always the driving force of his music, but it’s catapulted by his spellbinding ability to transform instruments that many people might consider mundane relics — be it banjo, accordion, lesser-known folk instruments from around the world, or even an electric guitar — into devices of dark fury and poignant beauty.
Wovenhand returns to DC to open OM at Black Cat on Monday, March 2.
Wovenhand performs at U Street Music Hall on Sept. 15, 2019. (Photo by photos by Nalinee Darmrong, courtesy of the 9:30 Club and U Street Music Hall)
Gothic folk/alt-country band Wovenhand, led by David Eugene Edwards, put on a somber, heavy performance at U Street Music Hall recently. They let their hard-rocking songs speak for themselves, moving directly from one dark piece into another without addressing the audience.
David Eugene Edwards of Wovenhand (Photo by Simon Skreddernes)
Alt-country rockers Wovenhand perform at U Street Music Hall on Sunday, Sept. 15!
Khemmis (Photo courtesy the band)
Denver metal quartet Khemmis released Desolation, the band’s third studio album, in 2018 via 20 Buck Spin and Nuclear Blast. The doom metal band performs at Songbyrd Music House on Thursday, July 18!
The Motet performs at 9:30 Club on March 9, 2019. (Photo by Ari Strauss)
The Motet rolled into DC recently and put in a two-hour funk show that turned into a dance party at the 9:30 Club.
The Motet (Photo courtesy Ticketfly)
Denver-based funk collective The Motet released Death or Devotion, the band’s ninth studio album, via their own label in January. The Motet are on tour with a stop at 9:30 Club on Saturday, March 9.