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Photos: PANTyRAiD at the Fillmore with NiTGRiT, Project Aspect and Miraja, 11/19/11

Photos: PANTyRAiD at the Fillmore with NiTGRiT, Project Aspect and Miraja, 11/19/11
Photo by Britt Chester

PANTyRAiD at the Fillmore | 11/20/11


Well, it's safe to say that Marty Folb and Josh Mayer successfully raided the Fillmore's panties last night. Debuting their new stage set-up, created by a Denver based design group, the mysterious duo brought their heavy, glitched-out hip hop and bass music to Denver, showing us all how to get sexy on a cold night. Were your panties raided? Check out some highlights from the scene last night, and then check out the full PANTyRAiD at the Fillmore slideshow.

PANTyRAiD's new rig consisted of a center-stage booth wrapped by an arching lighting rig. A backdrop of LED screens flashed a spectrum of color along with the music.
PANTyRAiD's new rig consisted of a center-stage booth wrapped by an arching lighting rig. A backdrop of LED screens flashed a spectrum of color along with the music.
Photo by Britt Chester
Josh "Ooah" Mayer of both Glitch Mob and PANTyRAiD left his impression on the set by intertwining the eerie Glitch Mob influence into the night.
Josh "Ooah" Mayer of both Glitch Mob and PANTyRAiD left his impression on the set by intertwining the eerie Glitch Mob influence into the night.
Photo by Britt Chester
Marty Folb (aka MartyParty), left his impression on the set with remixes of tracks like Adele's "Rolling in the Deep," which sounded like a newly purchased Adele album in your CD player being sliced by a chainsaw.
Marty Folb (aka MartyParty), left his impression on the set with remixes of tracks like Adele's "Rolling in the Deep," which sounded like a newly purchased Adele album in your CD player being sliced by a chainsaw.
Photo by Britt Chester
The new rig, which varies greatly from their picnic table set up last year at the Boulder Theater, definitely sets PANTyRAiD apart now as one of the definitive acts to see.
The new rig, which varies greatly from their picnic table set up last year at the Boulder Theater, definitely sets PANTyRAiD apart now as one of the definitive acts to see.
Photo by Britt Chester

 

From the rear balcony being blasted by the new lights.
From the rear balcony being blasted by the new lights.
Photo by Britt Chester
This fan's panties are obviously in his head, which is being raided.
This fan's panties are obviously in his head, which is being raided.
Photo by Britt Chester
Panties were thrown from the crowd to the stage, which, as you can see, is chock full of women.
Panties were thrown from the crowd to the stage, which, as you can see, is chock full of women.
Photo by Britt Chester
Nit Grit followed Project Aspect and kept things steady as the venue continued to fill in anticipation for the headliners.
Nit Grit followed Project Aspect and kept things steady as the venue continued to fill in anticipation for the headliners.
Photo by Britt Chester

 

Project Aspect (aka Jay Jaramillo) during his Fillmore debut opening up for PANTyRAiD, whom he opened for last year at the Boulder Theater.
Project Aspect (aka Jay Jaramillo) during his Fillmore debut opening up for PANTyRAiD, whom he opened for last year at the Boulder Theater.
Photo by Britt Chester
A swelling front row remained constant all night.
A swelling front row remained constant all night.
Photo by Britt Chester
Grassroots was on hand with the flat bill surplus.
Grassroots was on hand with the flat bill surplus.
Photo by Britt Chester
Checkin' pockets at the gate.
Checkin' pockets at the gate.
Photo by Britt Chester


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