Local musicians pile on at new Denver venue

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Although the Colorado Springs area’s Blank Tape Records crew may not have part ownership in the Deer Pile, its artists have been laying claim to a good portion of the Denver venue’s concert schedule lately.

Local musicians infiltrating the venue — which was recently named Westword’s Best New Community Space — include Mike Clark & the Sugar Sounds, who held an album release concert at the Deer Pile last Friday.

This week, you can catch Changing Colors up there on a last-minute bill with East Coast experimental singer-songwriter Caethua and West Coast guitarist The Lord Bird Dog. (Yes, indie solo artists still enjoy using pseudonyms that sound like they should be bands.)

Then, on Feb. 23, the venue will feature solo sets by Haunted Windchimes cofounders Desirae Garcia and Chela Lujan.

For those who haven’t made it there yet, the Deer Pile is situated in an artist studio right above City, O’ City, a vegan and vegetarian restaurant located at 206 E. 13th Ave.

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