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Illusionaut / Scifidelic / Married a Dead Man

Hailing from Little Rock, Arkansas, the space rock band, Illusionaut will be hitting the stage in Denver with Scifidelic, the alternative post-industrial dance kick-ass band.

$8 admission, 21+, Tickets at the door, Doors 9:00pm

Illusionaut has been hitting the ground running in the music realm relentlessly since 2014. and has been described as post-punk space rock with progressive tendencies. They have developed into a prominent group of songwriters and performers with their own multifaceted signature sound, featuring a vast array of influences ranging from Pink Floyd, The Cure, Failure, Jane's Addiction, Björk, Sade, and Mogwai. With many years under their belts performing, writing, and recording, Illusionaut's newest album "Snow Queen", produced/engineered by Darian Stribling and mastered by Ken Andrews of influential group, Failure, was released on 4/20 of 2018.

Scifidelic If you were to combine intricate, otherworldly sounds with music and lyrics that reverberate through your soul and wrap that up in massive dance-driven beats in a hybrid of instrumentation and electronica, you would experience the music of Scifidelic. Although it's difficult to pin Scifidelic down in one particular genre, this futuristic, post-industrial, alternative rock band was originally started by music producer, writer and vocalist Caustic in Baltimore, with his first album released in 2005. Colorado is now home to this strange and wonderfully entertaining band that produces unforgettable and stirring music. For the full experience - and it's definitely an experience - you must see them live! Caustic is joined by the rest of the band of extremely talented musicians: Christopher Malone on electric bass and keys; Elizabeth Nelles on drums; Nero Romulus on guitar.

Married a Dead Man formed in July 2016 when Jaime (drums) decided to form her own female based goth-influenced project. Veteran bassist Travis was added a few weeks later. Black clad kindred spirits, Megan (vocals and keyboards) and Jaime met volunteering for Girls Rock Denver, a non-profit organization that empowers young girls through music. Guitarist Dillon joined our project in December 2018, replacing our former guitarist.
Brought together by disparate influences, the band creates an eclectic mix of goth, shoe-gaze and dark-wave, culminating a unique Denver-based sound. They collectively have 30+ years experience performing, recording and touring.