Eldren At Funhouse With Wood Knot, Nails Hide Metal, And Red Sun Revue

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Wood Knot (EP Release!)
Nails Hide Metal
Red Sun Revue

DOORS: 8:00 PM / SHOW: 8:30 PM

TICKETS $8.00 - $10.00


Eldren has been slaying the Denver music scene for the last five years and they are finally coming to the west coast! Eldren won Best Psych Rock Band in Denver for the 2015 Westword Music Awards, and they have been nominated four times for Best Band in Denver by iHeartRADIO for the Hometown for the Holidays and Big Gig contests. Their new album, Welcome to Deathville (2015), made the Colorado Public Radio OpenAir Best Albums of 2015 Listener Poll, and it was given a perfect album review score ("5 out of 5 Cocks") in Rooster Magazine.

Eldren headlines sold-out shows in Denver, and their genre-bending style allows them to play with a diverse range of musicians. They have played shows with Gene Ween, The Black Angels, Imagine Dragons, Dr. Dog, Cold War Kids, Mother Mother, Cursive, MarchFourth Marching Band, Dan Deacon, and many more.

Eldren Links:

Website - http://www.eldrenband.com/
iTunes - http://itunes.apple.com/album/id1029573104?ls=1&app=itunes
Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/album/3NsqVoseaOaJd03WgiXieN
Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/EldrenMusic/
Twitter - https://twitter.com/eldrenmusic
YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/user/EldrenMusic
And check out their newest music video here: https://youtu.be/JX4w5gWkawA

Praise for Eldren:

"A psychedelic dream rock super pop soundgasm that will grip your eyes and ears and leave you trembling with a sense of wonder and want."
—Westword Magazine

"Eldren, a self-proclaimed 'psychedelic space pop' outfit, represents everything great still left in the world."
—Brian Frederick (Rooster Magazine)

"With six people and a panoply of conventional and not-so-conventional instruments on stage, Eldren draws plenty of attention before the band ever plays a note. Once the group starts playing, it becomes clear that it’s more than just a feast for the eyes. The ensemble’s mashup of jazz, prog rock, jam, power pop, indie rock and more makes for a joyful noise that would be utterly chaotic if it weren’t so damned catchy."
—Eryc Eyl (Denver Post)
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