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The members of Human Agency aren't just pushing boundaries with their sound and approach, however. They're also striving to broaden their fan base by playing in more unorthodox settings — like performing for a street full of gearheads, for instance. "Jonas was extremely successful in organizing our involvement with Denver Cruiser rides," says Moore, reflecting on this past summer's mid-week gigs. "We sometimes played in front of 1,500 to 2,000 people."
Being in front of those crowds, who otherwise would just be riding bikes, drinking cheap beer and wearing themed costumes, exposed them to a whole new audience; it also opened their eyes to the growing Denver arts community. "That was a huge step forward," Moore admits. "All of a sudden, it wasn't just playing music for selfish reasons anymore." Indeed. Taking your music to the people: Has there ever been a better way to make a name for yourself?
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"I think the last thing we need to think about as Human Agency is if we made it or not," Moore concludes. The irony, of course, is that with that kind of outlook, Human Agency's popularity is bound to just keep increasing.
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