It has been 24 years since Slim Cessna formed Slim Cessna’s Auto Club with a group of talented peers after parting ways with The Denver Gentlemen, that grand progenitor of the peculiar strain of Gothic Americana unique to the Mile High City whose other members would found 16 Horsepower. The band’s newest release, The Commandments According to SCAC, will be the first full length album of original material released on the Auto Club’s own imprint, SCACUNINCORPORATED. The title evokes the themes of cosmic punishment and redemption that have served the band’s songwriting engine so well in the past. But this set of songs sounds more hopeful and expansive, a quality that was always there but this time out the brighter sides of the songwriting are emphasized. Whatever the true source of this transformation, The Commandments According to SCAC sounds like a band marshalling its creative inspiration to mark out a new chapter of its existence. When you get to see the Auto Club tour following the album’s release, you’ll get to see an already mighty band reinvigorated by this new spirit as well as by the fire that has long burned in its collective belly. February 4, Downtown Artery, all ages. 8 pm. $12-15. Tickets: DowntownArtery.com. Info: scacunincorporated.com.
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By: Kaia Femenías Concerts are great. That is something most can concur to. But concerts in planetariums—EVEN BETTER. On Saturday, May 13th, Fiske Planetarium in Boulder will be presenting their debut event, “Dome of Dreams” under a psychedelic, 360-degree screen. “Dome of Dreams” will be taking its participants on “a dream-like experience through nature, outdoor space, and consciousness.” The entrancing visual art will be presented by local artist, Sam Stevens […]