Neighborhood Landmine Project, The Lacuna Brotherhood, Room 204

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Join us for a night of independent hard rock on 3/31 at the The Walnut Room (Walnut Street location)! The evening will feature Neighborhood Landmine Project, The Lacuna Brotherhood, and Room 204. Get tickets now at

Neighborhood Landmine Project

Welcome to the Dystopian Now. NLP - Neighborhood Landmine Project - is Intense Modern Classic Rock. Their debut LP is due for an early 2016 release. NLP is: Jeff Morace - Vocals. Jeff lives in Nederland CO. Chris Pederson - Bass Guitar. Chris is a Denver musician involved in many concurrent projects... including Protosonic and Leaded. Mike Gworek - Guitar. Mike is a live/studio sound engineer living in Nederland CO. He plays Gibson, Mesa and Hughes and Kettner gear. Jay Elliott- Drums. Jay is also the drummer for many Boulder/Denver bands, including Wicked Messenger, The Jarrad Menard Band, and Mortimer. He is owner and operator of IntroVertigo Recording Studio in Boulder, and works as a recording and mix engineer and music producer. NLP makes dark, brooding and intense music. It is heavy, melodic, and psychedelic. Find out more at

The Lacuna Brotherhood

The Lacuna Brotherhood is a local Denver based prog rock band which features riff driven guitar work and heavy drums. The band released their first full length album, "Vection" in late 2015. They have been compared to Incubus, Tool, System of a Down, and Alice in Chains. The band was founded by Benjamin Fellows and has roots in grunge, hard, and progressive rock. Benjamin is joined by Dave Miller on drums who has worked with Katalyst, The Orchid Set, and The Matt Skellenger Group. Noah Peterson rounds out the trio on bass, and is a long time musician in Denver. Find out more at

Room 204

Moderately angry 3 piece original alternative rock band from Aurora Colorado. Influences include hypothetical scenarios, failed relationships, and shitty days.
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