Denver Does Denver sounds more salacious than it is -- though we're sure there's a sexualized metaphor in there somewhere that was intended. If you haven't heard about it, Denver Does Denver, slated to take place tomorrow night at the Meadowlark, is a rad little show put together by the fine peeps at Illiterate Magazine in which a cast of Denver artists and musicians reinterpret each others work. Last year at Old Curtis Street and Bar Bar, Slight Harp and Safe Boating is No Accident did Pictureplane, who did 3OH!3. Find out who's doing who this year after the jump.
Flobots - Hot IQs, Tickle Me Pink, The Pirate Signal Bil Lil (Lilly Scott & Cole Rudy of Varlet) - Mike Marchant Esme Patterson (Paper Bird) - Kingdom of Magic Houses - Achille Lauro Legendary River Drifters - Speed Wolf 200 Million Years - Natural Selection Aenka - Laura Goldhammer Hideous Men - Milton Melvin Croissant III, Night of Joy Hunter Dragon - Arthur and Dominic Sing the Hits, Friends Future Reunion Tour Littles Paia - Freedomhater mashup of Denver favorites Married In Berdichev - Tommy Metz Night of Joy - Lust-Cats of the Gutters Obio's Arrow - Los Dos Pink Hawks - Bad Weather California Pythian Whispers - Czar, Night of Joy Safe Boating Is No Accident - Pee-Pee A Setting Science - Rett Rogers Film ABG - Josephine & the Mousepeople Chaperone - Crawl Lumineers - Sawmil Joe Key of D - Born in the Flood, Achille Lauro, Rachel Pollard Mano & Saffo - Matson Jones Nuevo Leon - Oblio's Arrow (in the style of Dinosaur Jr.)
Manu Budant - Matthew Novak Matthew Doubek - Ravi Zupa Hillary Frey - Brittany Gould Ruben Gaucin - Josh Keys Andrew Hoffman - John Fellows Chris Huth - Max Kauffman Jouvelt - Evan Heckox SDK - Justin Beard Max Kauffman - John Fellows Sander Lindeke - Scot Lefavor, Thinkmule Jaime Molina - Moeh Steven Prochyra - Luis Jimenez, Lawrence Argent Katherine Rutter - Brittany Gould Eryn Tomlinson - Clark Richert Harry C. Walters - Justin Beard Mike Broberg - Mario Zoots
FYI: Aron Dubois, Scott Ferguson, Josh Holland, Jill Hadley Hooper, Matthew Novak, Andrew Novick, Sam Turner and Jeremy "Silas" Ulibarri are also slated to take part, but there's no word yet on whose work they'll be taking on.
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