Original Post: December 16, 2015

You probably know that we are huge supporters of the music scene in Denver and we have played host to an incredible lineup of bands over the years. Some of these bands are total beer geeks like us and we have gone to the next level and made beer with or inspired by them. We always try to make these collaborations very unique and very authentic. It's important. The beer scene, the music scene, the arts in general make up a big portion of our culture here in Denver.

One other way we support the local music scene is through our collaborative side project titled Now Playing with Denver Film Company & Evergroove Studio. By shining a light on, and telling the story of, the music scene, we are gaining national recognition like never before. We film these live shows either at Black Shirt or at other venues around town, sit down with the bands and chat, and then Evergroove Studio mixes and masters the audio, and Denver Film Company edits these amazing videos. The results are played on our Youtube page as well as weekly on Colorado Public Television.

In the latest releases, we filmed sudden success-filled Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats as well as long-time music legends Devotchka. We are so excited and proud to release these videos from musicians we've been listening to for well over 10 years. It truly is an honor. Enjoy!

Nathaniel Rateliff and The Night Sweats - I've Been Failing You (Live)

Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats rock the Fillmore Auditorium in Denver, CO performing "I've Been Failing You." This is an excerpt from the TV show "Now Playing" which will combine live music and interviews with Nathaniel in two 30 minute episodes dedicated to Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats.

Has Success Changed You? With Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats

An excerpt from the interview with Nathaniel Rateliff at To The Wind Bistro.

Devotchka - Such a Lovely Thing (Live)

Devotchka played an incredible show at the Fillmore on Valentine's Day. If you want to have an amazing time, never pass up a performance. This is an excerpt from the TV show "Now Playing" which will combine live music and interviews with Nick Urata in two 30 minute episodes dedicated to Devotchka.