Andy Rok & The Real Deal is a Five piece Rok infused R&B Soul band, and Guerrero first fully authentic original solo project. After years of Cutting his teeth both locally and Internationally in bands he founded like the socio-political hip hop troupe Flobots and horn driven Funk outfit Bop skizzum, Rok is going back to basics with bass drums, keys, and guitars layered with soulful melodies and harmonies. The band is comprised of real players, all of which could front bands of their own. It’s Rok’s very own soulful super group, tackling some ARok’s Most personal songs to date. You can guarantee a sweat filled stage that's full of energy and a variety of musical styles. The Real Deal is the next chapter in a series of successful projects by the guitarist and vocalist, and now that all eyes are on the Mexican funk rocker, he aims to please. After recording and performing original music for almost 15 years, Andy Rok is ready to be as “REAL” as possible in his new project.
creature Canopy and Compass & Cavern: DO Disney
Creature Canopy and Compass & Cavern Do Disney is a marriage between the two burgeoning Denver, CO Indie Pop/Alternative Rock acts Creature Canopy, and Compass & Cavern; affectionately known as CCC&C.
The five-piece supergroup was born when the bands were on tour together in the spring of 2017 and began reminiscing about the immaculate melodies and harmonies from Disney’s musical history. Out loud. In a crowded burger restaurant.
The two bands spent several months rearranging Disney classics from across time into their Rock-based Pop style, ranging from “Cruella DeVille” (101 Dalmatians) to “How Far I’ll Go” (Moana). CCC&C played their inaugural, all-Disney show to a sell-out crowd in 2017, and followed it up with a five-song EP of studio recorded favorites later that summer. (Available on Spotify). The members of CCC&C are ecstatic to bring the magic back on stage once again for Nerd Prom 2018.
Compass & Cavern
ALL CHIEFS: DO WEEZER'S BLUE ALBUM
Denver band All Chiefs is an independent group on the heels of their second EP, Fashion Forward. The dynamic, modern rock five piece of Mic Carroll (lead vocals) Justen Howard (guitar, keys, vocals) Connor Brown (bass) Ben Batchelor (drums) and Zack Dare (guitar, keys, vocals) has already been hailed by The Grateful Web as "An indie rock-star super group."
Bolderbeat.com writes, "All Chiefs are so worth seeing live. They’re a fun, dancey rock band whose songs easily stick with you. Their music is heartfelt, and that’s evidenced best when you get to watch them bop and groove onstage, instruments in hand."
Wherever it comes from, All Chiefs provide a fresh take on contemporary rock ‘n’ roll that has proven appeal. Marquee Magazine says of the EP Fashion Forward, "[All Chiefs] have gelled into a powerful modern rock project. The quintet gets dancey, droney, and gentle at times, and thrives the most when Carroll is allowed to showcase his incredibly strong vocals."
DJ LEVI DOUBLE U
Levi Double U is a doughnut connoisseur, a true lover of pastries. When he’s not spoiling himself at the local doughnut shop, you can either find Levi crushing DJ sets or sitting alone in his basement making hits.
His eclectic music variety makes him the best DJ for any crowd. Levi Double U sets have often been referred to as cool, fun, or rad while others have described their experience as turnt, lit, or poppin’. He sets the tone early, and does not stop pushing the bar until the whole crowd has been thoroughly danced out.
Levi Double U is a lover of all types of electronic music, but his
friends and loved ones know him for his affinity for house music, which he will tell you is his favorite genre to DJ.
In addition to all the music he creates on his own, Levi performs and produces with the Denver rock outfit HR People, R&B phenom Adiel Mitchell, Dallas-based Alex The Great, and Denver Hip Hop duo OptycNerd.
DJ ALF (Host)
Alf collected all of the red, yellow, and green Star Wars collector's cards in the 1970s, as well has having good number of the blues and oranges. They currently reside in a box in his office. In 1984, he placed fourth in Colorado in the inaugural MathCounts competition, earning himself a trip to Washington to compete in the nationals. He then helped Colorado place third in the nation in the nationals, mainly by not screwing anything up too badly. The trophies MAY still be in his parents' basement - he'll have to check. In the late 80s, he owned his own set of D&D dice. The d4 was yellow, the d6 orange, the d8 clear green, the d12 was light blue, and the d20 was brown. He still thinks these are the "correct" colors for those dice.In 1992, he graduated from Pomona College with a degree in statistical inference. He has yet to take a job where this has come in handy, but he's still used by friends and family to figure out who owes what on restaurant bills, and how much the tip should be.In the mid-90s, unable to find a T-shirt with the coolest ninja turtle on it (Donatello), he painted one himself.Alf has now had several decades to come to grips with, embrace, and learn to love his inner and outer geek. He now plays music by local artists on Locals Only on Channel 93.3.