UMS 2017 Playlist: The Milk Blossoms at the Denver Public Library

Off the beaten path in style and location, the trio brought its brand of dark pop to the Denver Public Library Ross Branch.

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The Milk Blossoms perform at the Denver Public Library Ross Branch during the 2017 UMS. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)

The Milk Blossoms perform at the Denver Public Library Ross Branch during the 2017 UMS. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)

There’s a lot to see and hear during the four days of Denver’s Underground Music Showcase. With around 350 bands to choose from and a finite amount of time and energy, there’s just no way you can do it all.

We all try, though, and in our efforts to see every good thing, we captured some of it to share with you.

Off the beaten path in style and location this year were The Milk Blossoms.  The Denver trio brought its brand of dark pop — made with ukulele, keys and beat boxing — to the Denver Public Library Ross Branch.

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