I may have just gotten back from the amazing marathon music weekend known as the Underground Music Showcase, but I'm ready to keep it going with another show at the Larimer Lounge tonight, especially with the lineup they have in store. Two innovative east coast imports share the headline, with a hot new local act getting the night of music started.

Young Magic is trio composed of world travels, two from Australia and one from Indonesia, that came together and formed their band in New York. Their collaboration meant melding together influences culled from the globe and from across time, creating a sound with an electronic hip-hop/bass footprint that mixes in tribal rhythms and '60s psychedelia. Check out "Sparkly".

Quilt is a band from Boston that can instantly transport listeners back in time about a half century with their sunshine-pop drenched indie rock sound. Ethereal vocal harmonies intertwine with bright guitars and deliberate beats to create something soothingly energetic. Check out "Rabid Love".

Cerulean opens the night as local support, but the duo and their innovative electronic dream-pop sound should definitely not be missed. The brother-sister duo took the internet by storm with the couple tracks they have released so far, and tonight is a rare opportunity to see them both live, as while brother Elliot Baker lives in Colorado, his sister Marilyn resides across the pond in London. Check out "Future Wind".

The Larimer Lounge doors open at 8:00PM and the show begins at 9:00PM. The show is 21+ and tickets are $10. Tickets and more information are available online here.

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