18300 W. Alameda Parkway
Morrison, CO 80465
The decade-old phenomenon that was the Postal Service is back. In the ten years since the team of Ben Gibbard (Death Cab for Cutie) and Jimmy Tamborello (Dntel) made music together as the Postal Service, we got Garden State, we got Owl City, we got an onslaught of music blogs, and the "indietastic" conversations that used to happen in record stores are now bouncing around Twitter. Not to say that the Postal Service is directly responsible for any of it -- Adam Young did say he was writing "the next chapter," though -- but they've proven emblematic for a synthesized turn in the tide. Now Denver can find out if an act assembled through the mail, that many heard for the first time long after they had disbanded a not very real band, can reconstruct themselves in a new era when the Postal Service returns to Colorado.
With Casey Donahew Band, Stoney LaRue, Wade Bowen
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