Tuesday, February 10, 2009

LA Riots and Kid Cudi to invade The Church

Continuing with the tradition of bringing in some of Indie/Electro heavyweights The Church Nightclub brings us LA Riots and Kid Cudi on Thursday February 19th. Expect to see both acts at this years SXSW festival.

The Church Nightclub
Thursday, 2/19/2009
Presale: $10.00
Ticket Sales Stop at 6:00:00 PM (PST) 2/19/2009
Info: 18+. 21 to Drink. For VIP reservations call 303.832.8628 www.coclubs.com
Doors Open at: 9:00 PM
Doors Close at: 2:00 AM
Ages: 18 and up
The Church
1160 Lincoln Street
Denver, CO 80203 United States

Electro duo L.A. Riots emerged in 2007 with a succession of remixes and within a year's time became an MP3 blogosphere sensation, reworking tracks by such fashionable artists as Justice, Chromeo, and Hot Chip. Comprised of DJ/producers Daniel LeDisko and Jo'B, the duo first made a name for itself in 2007 with remixes including the Mystery Jets' "Diamonds in the Dark," the Scanners' "Lowlife," Justice's "The Party" (featuring Uffie), and Chromeo's "Bonafide Lovin'.
LA Riots MySpace Site

K.i.D CuDi’s music can only be described as the next level of music in our generation and for generations to come. Cudi (originally from Cleveland, Ohio, but spent the last 3 years living in Brooklyn) fuses alternative rock, hip hop and occasionally R & B, to form feel good and emotionally conscious records. His content is filled with witty explanations about himself and his lifes journeys, with a twist of story telling scenerios.His first single “Day N Nite” is nothing more than a conscious awareness record about his faults and how he deals with them. “I’m sure everyone has been in at least one or two of the scenerios I mentioned in “Day N Night”. It was a record designed to let the people out there know—hey, we all have issues. But there’s ways to get through and there’s always a brighter day ahead filled with answers to the toughest situations; we all get lonely sometimes, its life.” With every record, especially “Day N Nite”, CuDi vows to put his heart into each record, so after hearing each song you can feel like you actually know him. “People like records they can relate to, even if you can’t relate to something I speak about, you’ll at least understand my mind, I won’t lose anyone. Even if they haven’t walked in my shoes, they’ll feel me for me.”
Kid Cudi MySpace Site