Rumble Young Man Rumble

Larimer Lounge Presents

Rumble Young Man Rumble

Me Me Monster, Open To The Hound

Saturday, 12/30

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm

$8.00 - $10.00

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.

Rumble Young Man Rumble
Post-rock instrumental band based out of Denver Colorado. We are here to make music and put on live shows to entertain. Come enjoy.
Me Me Monster
Hailing from Monstrovian royalty, the brothers Von Moenster journey to their current rock caravan has had many twists and turns. During the communist takeover of Monstrovia, the brothers were escorted via the underground clown brigade to France, Sweden and Houston. Their father and mother, the governor and governess of Mostrovia were captured and remained in prison for years. Vladimir and Boris Von Moenster enrolled in prestigious clown colleges earning doctorates and forming their own new world house of clown rebellion, based on the doctrines of Ishkibbible.
Testicleese “T-Bone” Von Moenster was ushered via a series of union bosses to Houston, Texas, without contact for years.

The House of Clown Rebellion, through years of diligence, returned to Monstrovia and overturned the Communist occupation, freeing their parents from jail and establishing the basis for the current Monstrovian province and democracy.

Boris and Vladimir went on a world tour playing baccarat and music and using their clown pedigrees for birthday parties and rodeos. While on the road at a Waco gas station, the brothers Von Moenster spotted their long lost brother Testicleese, buying copious quantities of Slim Jims and browsing the new wave and classic country cassette tapes. It was discovered that he had joined the Branch Davidian compound, was sent out for strawberry Kool-Aid and got lost. He was now known only as T-Bone. He was no longer speaking and has not spoken a word other than indiscernible giggles since.

The brothers established a residency in Denver, Colorado and have become a power rock trio, blending Monstrovian dance hall, with new wave, punk and progressive rock. Their influences range from Englebert Humperdink, the sheep dancers of Kyrghyz, Donna Summer, Wire, Devo, and Abe Vigoda. They are currently putting the finishing touches on their debut full length album and are available for funerals, Bat Mitzvah's and multi-cultural festivals.
Open To The Hound
Open to the Hound, based out of Denver, Colorado, is a three-piece band marked by juxtaposition and dynamics. The music combines loud feedback-saturated rock music with soft intimate moments and delicate guitar playing. Original and personal lyrics that describe real-life struggles that are laced with an awestruck look at our place in the expansiveness of nature, the universe, and existence. Open to the Hound is about exploring both the tangible and the intangible, the intimate and the impersonal, the sentimental and the dispassionate, the macro and the micro. It is about the relationship between the motion of galaxies and the trail of a lone rabbit running through a snowy forest at dawn. It is Wilderness Rock.

In 2014, York rekindled a musical relationship with Jarrod Allen Lacy. The two began arranging an unreleased batch of songs, and quickly found that while they had chemistry as collaborators, the duo lacked the dynamic range they both desired. Russell Anderson was brought in to complete a rhythm section with Lacy on drums and Anderson on bass.
It is in this vein that the three have been writing, performing, and perfecting the songs that comprise the EP "Way of the Critter."
Venue Information:
Larimer Lounge
2721 Larimer St.
Denver, CO, 80205