Malai Llama
Malai Llama The Malai Llama is an artist collective from Rollinsville, Colorado. The group has grown from a musical quartet and quintet to a burgeoning community that embraces fire dancers and artists of the visual and performance variety. Malai Llama's music blends all you know about electronica with the freeform beauty of traditional jam bands and improvisational jazz groups. Categorization? Definition? Good luck. You'll find Malai Llama somewhere between Karl Denson's Tiny Universe and Jamiroquai. Envision The Grateful Dead with a DJ or Herbie Hancock backed by Phish. You don't so much "attend a Malai Llama show" as you "soak in a Malai Llama experience." The combination of high paced dance grooves, and carefully placed melodies creates a music pallet that is sure to keep any crowd dancing and each show is heightened by the energy and passion they pour into their music. The Malai Llama pushes musical boundaries by combining the real energy of instrumentation with the electronic exploration of synthesizers, turntables and samples in dynamic song structures. People all around Colorado have been moving their feet to their grooves.

Malai Llama consists of:
Chris Cornwall (drums)
John DeSousa (bass, trombone)
Steven Govanlu (keys, guitar)
Matt Flaherty (guitar)