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Dying Scene’s first Resurrection show was a huge success. It had the perfect venue (Ratio Beerworks) at Overland, amazing drinks, and a great lineup. The show was actually inside the Brew Room. Upon arrival, I was like where is this show going to be? I didn’t see a stage, sound gear, nothing. It was when the venue opened the doors to the Brew Room. I realized the show would be there. That place is so cool! I always remember the venue where my favorite shows have occurred. I was also greeted by doggos all over the venue!

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Denver’s All Waffle Trick had some members unable to make the show. So lead singer and guitarist Jeff Giles played a banger acoustic set. He played some All Waffle Trick songs and a few covers. Could Giles be the next Frank Turner? YES. All Waffle Trick has become a punk rock staple here in Denver. You can catch them at their next show at the Whiskey Gym on 06/25/2022! After that I checked out some new Dying Scene merch to help raise them some funds!

We all know, building a website is extremely expensive. Dying Scene lost their website awhile back and was forced to rebuild from scratch. So you should go drop them a few bucks to help them get back on their feet! I also had some time to check out Ratio’s Beer Menu and was surprised to see such a varied selection. I personally suggest you try the Domestica IPA. It’s delicious and great for those of us whom prefer ales. Soon the next band, Gunpoint Alibi, was ready to take the stage.

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Gunpoint Alibi, was formed over the last few years and totally new to this writer. Their sound mixes emo, pop punk, and riot grrrl. I wasn’t sure what to expect as I had never seen them live before. They formed around Covid, and sadly I lost them like many other bands during quarantine. They are a blast to watch,, and now I’m playing their songs on repeat.

The next Denver based band was pop punks, The Loser’s Club. Again, I should mention I slept on both Gunpoint Alibi and The Loser’s Club. Covid sucked! I was totally blown away by them. They knew how to play to the crowd. This band may only be in their early 20s, but look like they’ve been doing it for years. Now, everyone knows Skabones is not the biggest fan of pop punk, but I absolutely love The Loser’s Club.

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Denver’s Younger Than Neil played a stellar performance! They are by far one of my favorite local skapunk bands. The trumpet was blaring, the drums pounding, and the circle pit was flowing! I actually haven’t seen them in a few years, and it was very refreshing. So to sum it all up, if you didn’t attend the Dying Scene Resurrection Show you missed a rad show. Be sure not to sleep on these bands Gunpoint Alibi and the Loser’s Club.  Oh, and don’t forget to follow Dying Scene. The CPRA Podcast will be appearing on their website! You can donate to Dying Scene Via the QR code below.

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