After hearing about how much fun J2G’s previous super jam shows (The Dance Party Time Machine) turned out without being there, I was not going to miss this one. Even with Zappa Plays Zappa playing across town, I chose to take my ladies to sushi and then to the Love Shack.
Denver’s own Yamn is thrilled to announce the release of their second album Unity of Opposites on March 11, 2014. With this album, Yamn continues to push the limits of progressive live-tronica, seamlessly unifying the polar opposite sounds of pure rock n' roll music and driving electronic dance music. To celebrate its release, Yamn will be joined by Conspirator for a very special album release party at The Ogden Theatre on March 14, 2014.Yamn is one of the most progressive Rock-tronic acts in the Denver music scene.
With a distinctly pure and danceable sound along with a powerfully intricate light show, Rocky Mountain electro-rockers Yamn made a name for themselves across Colorado and the nation with a vigorous touring schedule. Now, after more than a year out of the limelight to focus on impassioned writing and rehearsing as well as a come back performance opening for, Moe., at the Ogden Theater in November, Yamn returns for 2 full sets.
The term “trance-fusion” comes along with certain assumptions and associations depending on whose saying it. Perhaps the term was coined by Frank Zappa’s collection of guitar solos compiled just before his death in 1993. Generally the sub-genre refers to a collective of live improvisational bands that incorporate an electronic music element as key to their sound.
In quick fashion, YAMN continues to take their vision of live performance to new heights and they plan to unveil new material and a larger light show at all of their numerous shows throughout Colorado and the United States in 2011. Fresh off their Mid-West tour in February and a recent headlining performance at the famed Cervantes Masterpiece Ballroom in Denver, the band is ready for what the rest of 2011 has in store for them.