My Boy Elroy

Larimer Lounge Presents

My Boy Elroy

Kuur, Thunderthief

Friday, 12/22

Doors: 11:00 pm / Show: 11:30 pm


This event is 21 and over

All sales are final. Review your order carefully, there are no refunds for any reason. Tickets are non-transferable. No tickets are mailed to you, your name will be on the will call list night of show. Night of show (1) bring a valid government issued ID and (2) print your confirmation e-mail and bring with you night of show.

My Boy Elroy
My Boy Elroy is the Chicago-based DJ/Beat-Boxer of the world famous Acid Jazz pioneering group & Grammy nominated live act, Liquid Soul. He is also the DJ and producer of his band, Digital Tape Machine's first album entitled "Be Here Now" released in May of 2013 as well as their four track EP "Omens" released April 23rd of 2014. His passion & dedication to his craft along with his unique presentation quickly led him to open for a sold out show @ the Riviera for the one & only Massive Attack. He's shared the bill w/legendary greats of our times such as B.B. King & Stevie Wonder and pioneers of electronic music such as Mark Farina, Bonobo, and Beardyman and played such festivals as North Coast, Electric Forest, and Taste of Randolph.
His DJ styles are a combination of buttery and emotional mixes and productions of Deep House, Nu Disco, Techno, and Instrumental Hip-Hop.
Since early 2000's MY BOY ELROY has been an intricate part of the nation-wide collective, Every Starving Artists Productions (aka ESA), he's currently the only mid-west representative and is also the Music Director, Creative Director, and DJ for Chicago's amazing Midnight Circus and making serious waves with the dynamic tag-team duo known as "Dextrous Roy" featuring Kris Myers of Umphrey's McGee as well as "Raw Card" which consists of Marcus Rezak of Digital Tape Machine in an electric energy of original productions and the blending of DJ and guitar.
Combining musical performance with DJing, catch him live or simply enjoy his expansive catalog at
It’s difficult to describe the palpable electricity that floods into the venue when Casey Ottmann and Nate Brown join forces on stage to form their electronic project, Thunderthief. The soul-soaring, bootyshaking, lightning bolts of euphoria the duo rain down concoct a savory feast for the senses, but the unique sonic space the duo brings its listeners into is a zone of spirit and sound that must be experienced for oneself to understand the raw power of its je ne sais quoi. The genre of Thunderthief’s music is equally tough to pin down, as the fellas paint a journey using all the colors of their collective influences, galloping across grassy plains of house, sailing on rolling seas of indie folk and emo, basking on tropical beaches of downtempo jungle jams, and even climbing peaks into storm clouds of progressive metal and jazz - presumably to steal more thunder to charitably dish out to music lovers everywhere.

2016 saw a relentless tempest of progression for Thunderthief that still shows no signs of letting up. Casey Ottmann brought drummer and long time friend Nate Brown into the studio and onto the stage as a permanent partner in the project. The duo’s dynamic music design, driven by the ferocious live drumming of Brown and the groovy bass shredding of Ottmann, rained down a torrent of incendiary performances last year, honoring Thunderthief with awards for the Red Gorilla Music Featured Artist and the Vertex Music Championship Best in Class DJ/Producer. In October Thunderthief released Closer featuring DAVs, and the ethereally cadenced track reached #13 on iTunes Dance Charts on Ninety9Live.

Thunderthief’s bright and contagious perspective of the world is adeptly captured in all of Brown and Ottmann's music, and they’re doing their best to share it with anyone with two ears and two dancing feet. This year brings the release of their new single and music video “Tear You Apart feat. JAE”, a second run of shows at Austin’s SXSW as well as sets at Electric Forest in Michigan, and a maelstrom of ruthlessly funky, bust-your-heart-open beats that make you want to seize the day and boogie down 'til sunrise. To find out just where all the thunder’s gone, keep your eyes and ears on Thunderthief as this formidable rhythm section rides their cloud and continues their course for taller heights.
Venue Information:
Larimer Lounge
2721 Larimer St.
Denver, CO, 80205