Bruce Wayne Carl
Bruce is an indie music artist who was raised in New York City.
After traveling through the country, and living in Portland Oregon for a time, he decided to move to Denver and he started
Having an inclination for writing poetry, his songs have received good reviews. And his work has been characterized as a kind of indie rock or even dream pop with
a gothic flair.
Because of the large array
of songs that he has written, he is as comfortable performing in a coffee shops as in hard edged night clubs or bars.
Bruce lives in an older part of the RiNo Art District (*recently featured in Westword article) and he is continuing his work to release his first album in 2023, and manifest a larger presence in the Denver Indie Music Scene.
Genre: Indie Rock,
Dream Pop , Goth Rock
“BRUCE WAYNE CARL EXPLODES
OUT OF TOTAL OBSCURITY
TO DELIVER DEVILISHLY
DECADENT DREAM POP
THAT HAS NONE OF
THE USUAL TRAPPINGS...
ONLY A GOLDEN VOICE,
AND THE FREQUENTLY
DARK LYRICS IT UNFURLS.”
“HIS EXPERIENCE HEIGHTENS THE
EMOTION BEHIND EACH SONG,
ADDING WEIGHT...AND GIVING
THESE TRACKS A TIMELESS FEEL.”
“ALTERNATIVE MUSIC COULD
REALLY USE A NEW SET OF
HEROES...AND THIS COULD BE THE
ACT TO BRING THE CITY SOME
MUCH NEEDED PUBLICITY.”
-INDEPENDENT MUSIC AND ARTS
BRUCE CURRENTLY RESIDES IN DENVER. THIS IS THE BEGINNING OF HIS RELEASES.
"In the vein of other tortured artists like Kurt Cobain and Jim Morrison,
Carl makes music that very much expresses the turmoil and torment
in his soul. He is able to perfect this balance of somber and angst with
a dream pop, alternative, and indie rock vibe that meshes these
genres together to create a unique sound all his own."
- With Guitars.
"I wouldnt say he's pushing the rebelliousness more than
he needs to here. If he has an agenda, it's in
possession of some poetic value, and that's hardly the case
with 99% of the talent I come across as a professional critic.
- Indie Pulse Music.
"The way this man sings isn't the exclusive reason I'd give when
trying to convince you that he is among the few that audiences
should be listening to . . . but nothing reeks of inauthenticity here
even for a second."
- Independent Music & Arts Inc.
"Carls tone is so intensely personal that it can sometimes
feel as though we're listening to something never intended
to be made public . . . he is exposed for everything he is and
isn't, which is more than can be said for literally any of the
mainstream rock, pop, and folk, I've had the chance to
look at in the last 6 months."
- Too Much Love.
Bruce Wayne Carl
Work with Me
AND LETS MAKE SOME GREAT MUSIC!