Recap: Goldrush Music Festival 2014

September 15, 2014
Goldrush Music Festival took place in Denver this last weekend across two Larimer Street venues, Larimer Lounge and Meadowlark.
In its fourth year, the festival once again offered a bill of local, national, and international music acts who defy genre, convention, and monotony.
Safely put, no two Goldrush acts are alike; with nearly 30 experimental acts assembled over a two-day weekend, any attendee undoubtedly experienced something entirely novel.  
Highlights included a raucous and occasionally nonsensical set from Czech band DVA, a brief but militant rave-up from Guerilla Toss, a mellow debut of stripped-down new material from Mount Eerie, and energetic locals like Thug Entrancer and Fingers of the Sun.
Check out photos from the event below:
 

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