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Gregory Alan Isakov at the Boulder Theater

Thanks to The Denver Westword making the poster for the Gregory Alan Isakov show their ‘Flier of the Week’.

We’re letting these go for $12 each, including shipping, so drop us a lineif you’d like to pick one up.


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scot lefavor

Our pal Scot Lefavor just launched an online store, which will make it a lot easier for non-Colorado folks to get their grubby hands on some of his work. The pieces currently up are a steal, so get there before they’re gone.

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gregory isakov boulder theater detail

Our good friend Gregory Alan Isakov is going to be headlining a show at the Boulder Theater with some other great local Denver / Boulder bands on Thursday April 17. These posters are up around town to promote the show and a few should be available for sale at the Boulder Theater the night of the show. Full image of the poster here–> (more…)

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Many thanks to the nice folks over at the Denver Egotist for the write-up and for adding us to their “local talent” section. If you’re looking to stay on top of the happenings in the local design / ad scene, the Egotist is a must visit. Make sure to stop by every day or two or you’ll have a lot of catching up to do, since these guys get around to updating their site way more often than we do.

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Monolith Festival 2007

Rob and I made the trek to Red Rocks on Saturday, opting for the day that the Flaming Lips would headline and hoping for a repeat of their epic show from last summer. $50 seemed like a fair price for a ticket, considering the lineup, and in retrospect it was worth the money. Monolith was not without its share of first year kinks, though, mainly with sound problems that plagued the main stage all day. The best stuff we saw was from acts that we stumbled upon at the smaller stages: Bob Log III, White Rabbits and Art Brut all put on great sets.

Unfortunately, Anton Newcombe of Brian Jonestown Massacre spent half an hour bitching out his band and the guy running the soundboard before making it through a complete song, and Spoon, who put on one of the best shows I’ve seen in a long time last year at the Boulder Theater was way off, eerily similar to when one of your friends from sea level visits and has way too much to drink before going on to be loud and obnoxious for the rest of the evening. Maybe the bands should have had more time to acclimatize to the mile high city? The Lips were on their A-game as expected, but it would have been hard to top last year’s show–Wayne Coyne even took the time to thank everyone who had been there a year earlier for one of the best show’s in the band’s history.


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