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Photos: MiM0Sa at the Fillmore, 10/29/11

MiM0SA at THE FILLMORE AUDITORIUM | 10/29/11


Tigran Mimosa celebrated Halloween at the Fill-Morgue with a full venue of ghouls, girl scouts, slutty devils and rabid fans. With openers Sleepyhead, GinZ and Kastle readying the filling the floor, the Fill-Morgue was plenty lively on Saturday night. Page down for a visual recap of the show.

Sleepyhead plays in a project with Mimosa called SexyTime -- if you don't know, now you do.
Sleepyhead plays in a project with Mimosa called SexyTime -- if you don't know, now you do.
Photo by Britt Chester
The Fillmore turns into the Fill-Morgue for the weekend, last night's show and then Karl Denson's Tiny Universe tonight.
The Fillmore turns into the Fill-Morgue for the weekend, last night's show and then Karl Denson's Tiny Universe tonight.
Photo by Britt Chester
Kastle.
Kastle.
Photo by Britt Chester
Kastle stepped things up after Sleepyhead and GinZ; both sets were solid, but lacking the same level of intensity as Kastle and MiM0Sa.
Kastle stepped things up after Sleepyhead and GinZ; both sets were solid, but lacking the same level of intensity as Kastle and MiM0Sa.
Photo by Britt Chester

 

A lucky fan finds herself as the new owner of a MiM0Sa shirt, available at the rear of the venue.
A lucky fan finds herself as the new owner of a MiM0Sa shirt, available at the rear of the venue.
Photo by Britt Chester
Tigran Mimosa, as seen from stage left, knows how to start the party and keep it going. His ninety-minute set ran until 12:30 a.m. before unleashing a venue full of costumed people onto Colfax.
Tigran Mimosa, as seen from stage left, knows how to start the party and keep it going. His ninety-minute set ran until 12:30 a.m. before unleashing a venue full of costumed people onto Colfax.
Photo by Britt Chester
The front line filled in early during Sleepyhead's set, steadily packing in more and more, until it was swelling with each drop.
The front line filled in early during Sleepyhead's set, steadily packing in more and more, until it was swelling with each drop.
Photo by Britt Chester

 

MiM0Sa says put your hands up, you put your hands up. The dub-heavy set was unlike anything he's played before in Colorado -- whether it's because it was Halloween, or because he's growing immensely as a producer -- and it was certainly appreciated.
MiM0Sa says put your hands up, you put your hands up. The dub-heavy set was unlike anything he's played before in Colorado -- whether it's because it was Halloween, or because he's growing immensely as a producer -- and it was certainly appreciated.
Photo by Britt Chester
MiM0Sa.
Photo by Britt Chester
MiM0Sa from the rear balcony, where earlier in the evening a young lady fell. Paramedics arrived in time, but she had to be taken to the hospital.
MiM0Sa from the rear balcony, where earlier in the evening a young lady fell. Paramedics arrived in time, but she had to be taken to the hospital.
Photo by Britt Chester
The towering inferno of light boards blasted imagery ranging from interplanetary starscapes to simple, and, in fact, rather creepy, staring eye balls.
The towering inferno of light boards blasted imagery ranging from interplanetary starscapes to simple, and, in fact, rather creepy, staring eye balls.
Photo by Britt Chester


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