Genre: Concerts

The Senators w/ Paul DeHaven + Lillian

Lost Lake Presents The Senators with Paul DeHaven and Lillian on Wednesday, September 8 –The Senators recently left their hometown of Phoenix to make a record in the Catskill Mountains – upstate New York country that has been home to folk legends like The Band, Bob Dylan, and Joni Mitchell.   After emailing a homemade demo to one of their folk idols, Simone Felice (Felice Brothers, Lumineers, Jade Bird), they were invited to record at Simone’s studio, an old converted barn.  The band’s recent record, Wild Wide Open, has been streamed over three million times since release.  “Not only are The Senators declaring a kind of liberation from previous folk rules, but charting ahead … their music follows suit.” – Tucson Weekly Facebook | Instagram | SpotifyPaul DeHavenLillian

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Claire Heywood w/ Zoe Berman, Bear & The Beasts + Ellsworth

Lost Lake Presents Claire Heywood w/ Zoe Berman, Bear & The Beasts and Ellsworth on Thursday, September 9 –Claire Heywood is a smoky-voiced songwriter whose music has been featured on CPR News, 105.5 The Colorado Sound, KTCL 93.3, and Colorado Public Radio’s Indie 102.3. After playing solo sets for small listening audiences alongside poets, comedians, and writers in Denver for several years, Heywood self-released an EP titled “The Wind, It Howls” in March 2019. Heywood’s full band joins for a raucous set of songwriter-leaning indie rock and pop at Lost Lake Lounge on September 9, 2021. Heywood’s next release, a single titled “Crushed Lemons” will be out everywhere August 27, 2021. ​”Heywood’s casually charismatic delivery is reminiscent of a less angsty Courtney Barnett, but her brassy and mature vibrato sets her apart.’ – Two Story Melody  Zoe Berman is a Denver-based singer-songwriter. Frequently performing as a one-woman band, she accompanies her sultry vocals on the piano and guitar, often complemented by a hand-built suitcase drum played with her feet. Zoe also performs alongside a full band known as The Loveseats, a versatile group of musicians who bring her songs to life with an eclectic, neo-soul flare.Zoe “combines musicality and lyrical poeticism into a hypnotizing mélange of soul, jazz, and americana music”. Her lyrics are often auto-biographical, brimming with relatable narrative and sensorial imagery. “Zoe creates songs that are tender and utterly human”; she strives to use music as a catalyst for generating interpersonal connection and reinforcing our shared humanity. Bear and the Beasts are a rowdy 6-piece soul-tinged Americana band from Denver that blends elements of folk, jazz, and roots into a cosmic sound that can explode like a quasar or float like a Tesla Roadster through space. With a white-knuckled, bone-rattling intensity and a compositional command that is downright orchestral, they tackle themes such as social justice, death, and millennial malaise with a paradoxical sense of gravitas and irreverence. Backed with devastatingly powerful songwriting, delicately crafted vocal harmonies, and lush, innovative horn arrangements, Bear and the Beasts have created a powerful tour de force that can turn the diviest bar into a tent revival.Denver-based folk singer-songwriter, ELLSWORTH, has released her debut album, available now on all streaming platforms. The folk singer-songwriter’s impressive album consists of dreamlike vocals, bright melodies and ruminative lyrics masterfully captured through skilled mixing and musical composition. ELLSWORTH has been compared to top tier artists such as Regina Spektor and Angus & Julia Stone with her melancholic flair on the folk genre. Her award winning song, “Close the Door” serves as an anthem for listeners who search for meaning in music. “ELLSWORTH is a story of self-love and encapsulates what happens when true talent finds their voice.” (Evangeline, Freelance Music Reviewer) 

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Isadora Eden w/ Warper + Fire Motel

Lost Lake Presents Isadora Eden with Warper and Fire Motel on Sunday, September 26 —  Isadora Eden(she/her) is a musician originally from MA, currently living in Denver. Named one of 19 Denver musicians to watch in 2021 by 303 Magazine, her music is a mix of indie rock, shoegaze and folk. “It’s as if Phoebe Bridgers was fronting Slowdive or Cocteau Twins, giving [the music] an escapist, beguiling sound” – Analogue Trash. The newest EP, All Night, is out now and marks a shift to a more full sound – music co-written with band-member Sumner Erhard, and production/mixing/mastering by Corey Coffman.

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PHIE w/ Grace DeVine + The Static Channel

Lost Lake Presents PHIE with Grace DeVine and The Static Channel on Sunday, September 12PHIE Website | Facebook | Instagram PHIE is an indie artist from Colorado. It’s Lana Del Rey meets Taylor Swift with PHIE’s dreamy vocals, vulnerable story-telling lyrics, and cinematic production. “I spend most of my days alone in the woods writing, singing, dancing- thinking” says the twenty-four year old songwriter. “I feel things very intensely. You know how if you’re sad, there’s that one perfect song you need to hear? It might be a sad song, one that pushes you to move through your sadness and express it fully. Or it might be the opposite, something to uplift you. I discovered I could write the song I need to hear better than anyone else. That’s why I make music. When my song is what someone else needs to hear, there is no better feeling.” Grace DeVineTwitter | InstagramThe Static ChannelFacebook | Instagram

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The Orphan The Poet w/ Friday Pilots Club + Rightfield

Lost Lake Presents The Orphan the Poet with Friday Pilots Club and Rightfield on Monday, September 6THE ORPHAN THE POET want you to know they’re here and not going anywhere. Based out ofColumbus, OH, the duo come bearing their own brand of take-it-or-leave-it alt rock and have been rabidlygaining fans thanks to their captivating live show. Pre-Quarantine had the band all over the country onfestival bills like Firefly Music Festival, Bunbury Music Festival, and Summerfest.In only a matter of years, Friday Pilots Club has emerged from Chicago as one of the hottest new alt-rock acts — a duo creating the sort of no-nonsense multi-dimensional, exploratory alternative music that’s both immediately recognizable and undoubtedly fresh-sounding.Rightfield – Their goal is to be timeless– to make music that will be remembered for the next 50 years, not the next 50 days.

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ZEMBU w/ Nina De Freitas and Mlady

Lost Lake Presents ZEMBU with Nina De Freitas and Mlady on Thursday, September 2ZEMBUWebsiteFacebookZEMBU is an indie-pop electronic producer and artist based out of Colorado. She combines ethereal, warm production with layers of soulful vocals and reflective lyricism centered around the intersection of her identities, mental health, and social issues. With over 1 million streams across Spotify Editorial playlists, ZEMBU has been featured in Nylon Magazine and named one of the “19 Denver Musicians to Watch in 2021” by 303 Magazine. Atwood Magazine calls ZEMBU’s 2020 debut EP Recall a “dazzling, iconic work of art” and an “utter masterpiece.” ZEMBU is for the likes of Sylvan Esso, Kelsey Lu, and Maggie Rogers.Nina De Freitas Mlady

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