The Leshen

Streets of London Presents

The Leshen

Serial Killer Sunday School, All Waffle Trick

Fri 11/10/17

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm (event ends at 11:59 pm)

$5.00

This event is 21 and over

The Leshen
The Leshen
The Leshen started as an experimental side project for members Myke Fedyk and Kirk Alberts. They were looking to step away from the traditional rock band architecture and experiment with new sonic textures and arrangements. Unhindered by the confines of standard pop music arrangements, ego and expectations the two have forged a crunchy, melodic, post-rock/metal sound. The intentional lack of vocals and band’s use of visuals in live performances creates an immersive experience and encourages the listener to create their own story.
All Waffle Trick
"We're just a few smartass nerds that are here to play music, have some drinks and have some fun. Anything above and beyond that is a bonus."

All Waffle Trick has no political agenda other than to party. Their punk manifesto can be easily summed up in three little words: Booze. Brunch. Tunes. With this in mind, they've been delivering their own brand of ska punk/pop punk since 2008, and have since shared stages with a long list of national and international touring acts such as The Copyrights, Survay Says, The Waffle Stompers, Veara, and many more.

Hailing from Denver, this power trio, anchored by Jeff Giles on guitar and vocals and Alex "Curly" Mark on drums and vocals, have been rocking stages all over Denver and beyond. 2015 saw the release of their full-length sophomore album, Part of a Complete Breakfast, for which they are busy planning a west coast tour. Currently writing new material and making plans to release a new EP in 2016, they plan on continuing to serve up a full course of what they promise: a well-balanced, in-your-face yet wholesomely satisfying bellyful of punk with a side of hardcore kick-ass for your brunching pleasure.
Venue Information:
Streets of London Pub
1501 E Colfax Ave
Denver, CO, 80218
http://streetsoflondondenver.com/