Substructure Live! Paradise Ducks Album Release
w/ Vance Romance and the Bluebirds / Hatch the Bird / No[mad] Scientist
Ian Agneberg was born and raised in the mountains of Colorado. He has been singing since before he can remember, and has been preforming on stage since his early childood. Ian's love of preformance shines through everytime he steps out on stage. He feeds off the energy of the crowd and has the ability to project the emotion of his songs out on everyone in the room. Goosebumps are common when watching him preform, as he draws you in deep with emotional grit. Whether the topic is heartache or bliss, Ian leaves every ounce of his soul on stage and allows everyone to be a part of the transforming experience.
Vance Romance is LDM, Live Dance Music. Harkening to the likes of Passion Pit and Reptar, their powerful grooves are sunk to ableton live and create a powerful heavy hitting sound that can't help but groove! The un-paralleled beauty of Vance Romance and the Bluebirds has created an unstoppable musical force. United by a common love for sexy basslines and floor shaking dance beats, this trio provides listeners with a panty dropping groove.
Paradise Ducks are an Indie Gypsy Rock band from Denver, CO. Bits of folk, indie, rock and gypsy jazz layer these feel good tunes; A lighter side of the music of Dr. Dog or Delta Spirit. Paradise Ducks first released their self-titled EP summer of 2012 and this full length album, Neandertall, July 26, 2012. Enjoy and share as needed!
No[mad] Scientist is the solo project of Damon "Nomad" DuPont, his glitch spans and defies genres, from classical to dubstep to hip hop, nothing is safe from Nomad's touch. His first album was released June 2nd, 2012 and was shortly after signed by 1527records: 1527records.com a denver based up and coming label. Nomad has been playing the violin for 11 years, and has been recording for 9. The 19 year old Denver native is in many projects surrounding the Denver music scene including the Paradise Ducks and Vance Romance and the Bluebirds.